Who Is Jonathan Cohen, Mayim Bialik's Boyfriend?

Here are three random things we know about Jonathan Cohen, Mayim Bialik's partner. First, he's unbelievably good at pronouncing complicated words with an ungodly quantity of marshmallows stuffed into his mouth — a skill he proved when he and Bialik won an episode of "Celebrity Game Face" in September 2020 (via E!). Second, on the podcast he co-creates with Bialik, Cohen describes himself as a "futurist." He's also a writer, poet, and producer, because who needs to be just one thing? Third, Cohen and Bialik met a decade ago, so this isn't exactly a brand new relationship. Bialik was still married to Michael Stone when she and Cohen first laid eyes on each other ... at a birthday party for a toddler.

Like "The Big Bang Theory" alum Bialik, who has two kids, Cohen is also a parent. It was to be closer to his son that he moved from Toronto, Canada to California in 2018. Cohen marked the occasion on Instagram. "I've done the coast-to-coast drive before but never in this time and never alone," Cohen wrote. "This is the start of a big adventure. For the second time in 5 years, I've shed the majority of my personal belongings and headed west ... head toward the light my friends."

Mayim Bialik and Jonathan Cohen have a 'shared passion for mental illness education'

Mayim Bialik and Jonathan Cohen created their podcast, "Mayim Bialik's Breakdown," together during the COVID-19 epidemic. "To be honest, 2020 was a beast of a year and my partner Jonathan [Cohen] and I have a shared passion for mental illness and mental illness education," Bialik told Forbes. "The idea [of the podcast is] to explore all the aspects of mental health that many of us are not told about."

Cohen's life outside of his collab with his Bialik also revolves around mental wellness. He's been honing his skills in mindfulness and healing for two decades — a skill-set which no doubt helps him with his responsibilities as co-founder of Lotic. Lotic describes itself as a "behavior change company delivering Enhanced Human Insights," to help users "take control of their chronic condition and mental well-being" through a digital app and health provider portal. Cohen is also the founder of The Stories Company, an organization using "storytelling, media, technology, and design to model probable futures." 

Finally, he's got a great pair of almost-hipster glasses, and a very solid sense of humor. Just watch Cohen and Bialik together on this Twitter clip, in which Jonathan insists that his name is actually "Mayim." No really, watch it. To hand the mic to one Twitter user, "Oh my gosh! You 2 are the cutest together!"