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Is Derek Muller married? Who is his Girlfriend?

Updated On 29 Nov, 2016 Published On 29 Nov, 2016
Is Derek Muller married? Who is his Girlfriend?

Derek Alexander Muller (born 9 November 1982) is an Australian-Canadian science communicator, filmmaker and television presenter. He is popular for his creation of You Tube channel Veritasium.

Derek Muller is famous physics educator and science communicator, filmmaker, and television personality and he has become quite a sensation in the field of science and technology.

He rose to fame when he created the YouTube channel Veritasium, which has received over 200 million views on YouTube. Well, this hot scientist has driven all his female fans to go crazy with his sexy looks and dazzling smile and they want to know all about him, mostly his love life and relationship status.

So, let's find out what theories he has for love and marriage and has he discovered his better half yet?

Is Derek Muller Married or Single?

The Australian-born Canadian science communicator who began hosting the show Catalyst in 2011, has not revealed anything about his personal life and marital status.

Although he shares every knowledge about physics and science, he seems to be a very private person as queries regarding his marriage or having a girlfriend has still not been solved. Only the physicist can solve this

Only the physicist can solve this mystery if he wishes to share this to the media, which he has not done yet.

Sources supposedly claimed that he must be a married and well-settled man as rumors of him having any affairs has not been flashed in the news yet. 

However, it can also be assumed that he is currently single and entirely focused on his career and might have bigger plans for future.

Career and Personal Life

Mueller, 32, is Australian origin as his birth place was Traralgon which lies in Australia. Later, he moved to Canada with his family and was raised there.

Similarly, he graduated with a B.Sc in Engineering Physics from Queen's University in Ontario. Then he attended the University of Sydney where he completed his Ph.D. in Physics Education Research in 2008 with a thesis, "Designing Effective Multimedia for Physics Education."

His career took a major turning point when he started posting his research findings on  his Veritasium YouTube channel in 2011. Fortunately, he got the chance to join the team of Catalyst, Australia's premiere science TV program.

Furthermore, he has also been featured on the BBC, Discovery Channel, History Channel, and he recently presented a two-part documentary on PBS entitled Uranium: Twisting the Dragon's Tail.

He even won the Cyberscreen Science Film Festival of 2012 and was also recognized by the American Association of Physics Teachers as 2016 Recipient of the Richtmyer Memorial Lecture Award.


On an interview with scientificamerican.com, when asked what was his future goals for his career he quoted:

"To make science more beautiful. That was actually one of my main goals – to show its relevance, comprehensibility, and lack of dry, boring, textbook-style exposition. For example I have always wanted to demonstrate properties of waves on a still lake in the bush – hopefully I’ll get to do it one day soon."

Therefore, Muller is a gifted individual for his outstanding yet creative science-themed films that are interesting as well as educational. Here is video of Derek, explaining about his popular You Tube Channel, Veritasium.

Although the popular and successful 'scientist guy' doesnot share much about his love life, we are sure that he is a great human being with a huge purpose for his life and his future wife would surely be the luckiest woman in the world. We hope that Derek settles down soon and continue doing what he does the best.

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