Brady Haran is an Australian-British independent filmmaker and YouTube content creator, best known for his educational and documentary-style videos on various channels, including Numberphile, Periodic Videos, and Sixty Symbols.
|Full Name||Brady John Haran|
|Birth Date||June 18, 1976|
|Birth Place||Adelaide, South Australia|
|Occupation||Independent Filmmaker, YouTube Content Creator|
|Education||University of South Australia (Journalism)|
|Net Worth||$3-4 million (estimated)|
Brady Haran Early Life and Education
Brady Haran was born on June 18, 1976, in Adelaide, South Australia. He attended the University of South Australia, where he earned a degree in journalism.
Brady Haran Career
After working as a reporter for the Adelaide Advertiser, Haran moved to the United Kingdom and joined the BBC as a video journalist. While at the BBC, he began to experiment with online video content and eventually started his YouTube channel “Periodic Videos” in 2008. The channel features educational content about chemistry and the elements of the periodic table, with the involvement of University of Nottingham professors.
Haran’s success with “Periodic Videos” led him to create several other educational YouTube channels, including Numberphile (mathematics), Sixty Symbols (physics and astronomy), Computerphile (computer science), and DeepSkyVideos (astronomy), among others. His channels feature interviews and explanations from experts in their respective fields, making complex subjects accessible to a broader audience.
In addition to his educational content, Haran has produced several documentary-style series, such as “The Grey Tapes” and “The Unmade Podcast,” the latter of which he co-hosts with Tim Hein.
Brady Haran Personal Life
Brady Haran is known to keep his personal life private, and details about his spouse or children have not been made public.
Brady Haran Net Worth
As of 2023, Brady Haran’s estimated net worth is between $3 million and $4 million. This wealth is primarily attributed to his successful YouTube channels, sponsorship deals, and collaborations with educational institutions.