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Bialik: Being a girl is more complicated now

By Lina Das | China Daily | Updated: 2017-08-12 09:09

Big Bang Theory star's second book offers advice to teenage girls in need of guidance

Mayim Bialik is one of the highest-paid actresses on television, but she is resolutely un-Hollywood. For the past seven years, she has played Amy Farrah Fowler, the socially awkward, cardigan-wearing neuroscientist in long-running sitcom The Big Bang Theory. Yet she claims to be "a very low-maintenance female" and, for someone who reportedly earns $500,000 per episode, insists on doing all her own housework, even down to cleaning her own toilets - which is unheard of in Tinseltown.

"I don't have a housekeeper or nanny or chef, either," says Bialik, "and I use a babysitter less than once a month."

Bialik: Being a girl is more complicated now

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