Brady Haran is an Australian-British independent filmmaker and YouTube content creator best known for his educational and documentary videos on various channels including Numberphile, Periodic Videos and Sixty Symbols.

Full nameBrady John Haran
Date of birthJune 18, 1976
Place of birthAdelaide, South Australia
OccupationIndependent filmmaker, YouTube content creator
EducationUniversity of South Australia (Journalism)
Spouse(s)not public
Childrennot public
Net value$3-4 million (estimated)

Brady Haran Youth 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 UK and joined the BBC as a video journalist. While at the BBC, he began experimenting with online video content and eventually launched his “Periodic Videos” YouTube channel in 2008. The channel features educational content on chemistry and the elements of the periodic table, with participation of professors from the University of Nottingham.

Haran’s success with “Periodic Videos” led him to create several other educational YouTube channels, including Numberphile (mathematics), Sixty Symbols (physics and astronomy), Computerphile (computing), and DeepSkyVideos (astronomy), among others. Its channels offer interviews and explanations from experts in their respective fields, making complex topics accessible to a wider audience.

In addition to his educational content, Haran has produced several documentary-style series, such as “The Gray Tapes” and “The Unmade Podcast”, which he co-hosts with Tim Hein.

Brady Haran Private life

Brady Haran is known to keep his personal life private, and details about his wife or children have not been made public.

Brady Haran Net value

As of 2023, Brady Haran’s estimated net worth is between $3-4 million. This wealth is mostly attributed to its successful YouTube channels, sponsorship deals, and collaborations with educational institutions.