Facts of Derek Muller
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||36 years old|
|Family Name :||Muller|
|Birth Place :||Australia|
|Birth Sign :||libra|
|Height :||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Birth Name||Derek Alexander Muller|
|Profession||Science communicator, filmmaker and television presenter|
|Weight in KG||70 KG|
|Famous for||Vlogging, television presenter|
|Education||Queen's University (B.Sc) University of Sydney (PhD)|
|Awards||First prize, Science Online Cyberscreen Science Film Festival (2012)|
An Australian born Canadian science communicator, filmmaker Derek Muller who began hosting the show Catalyst in 2011 and also formed the popular YouTube channel "Veritasium". He studied engineering and physics graduating from Queen's University. He has earned doctorate from University of Sydney. He has also appeared in the Australian TV show named "Breakfast" and starred as "Why Guy". He has been listed in the team member of Australian television program Catalyst.
Derek Muller's Personal Life
Muller is a Facebook critic. He criticized the way one can buy like's on Facebook and pay to promote the page.
Talking about his personal life, he is possibly single at the moment. He is quite confidential when it comes about his private life which might be the reason, he prefers low-key personal life.
Muller is hardworking and career-oriented TV personality which primary focus is always his ambitions and goal.
Derek Muller's Net Worth
Derek Muller is one of the popular Australian-Candian YouTuber. He has more than 5 million+ followers on his YouTube channel named Veritasium along with 476 million views. He earned $1.6K - $26.4K per month and $19.8K - $316.5K yearly from his channel.
Furthermore, Muller also accumulated good bulk of sum from his stage appearances. Considering all of his aforementioned earnings, his net worth is $500k ballpark.
Derek Muller's Wiki-Bio
Derek Alexander Muller was born in 1982.
He is best known for his YouTube channel Veritasium. As of 2019, he garnered 5.1 million subscribers on his channel.
He appeared as a corerspondent on the Netflix web series Bill Hye Saves the World since 2017.