Neil deGrasse Tyson is an Astrophysicist and author. He is currently the director of Hayden Planetarium, author of multiple successful science books, and famous talk show host and lecturer. Similar to her husband, Alice Young also shares a passion for science. She is a Doctorate degree holder in Mathematical Physics. She is a student at the University of Texas and an American national.
In this article, we talk about the love life of Neil deGrasse Tyson and Alice Young. Furthermore, we’ll also provide details on their only son, Travis Tyson.
Neil deGrasse and Alice Young Love Life
Neil and Alice share a common love for Physics and Science. Both the love birds have attended the University of Texas at some point. Fortunately, they also met for the first time during a lecture on physics at the same University.
As Alice mentions in an interview, the duo was almost a polar opposite. This is because Alice was the first bencher, and Neil was a backbencher. However, fate brought them together on that day, and they have been inseparable since.
It was love at first sight for Neil. As soon as he saw Alice, he knew he was in love and thus made the first move. Captivated by the young man, Alice couldn’t say no, and the couple started dating. After about two years of their first meeting, Alice and Neil exchanged wedding vows in 1988. Today, they are parents to two children and live happily in Manhattan.
In 2018, Neil was accused of sexual misconduct. This brought the duo to a temporary spotlight and considerably defamed the Astrophysicist. However, Alice stood up for Neil and supported him all the way. The couple has been together for more than three decades now.
Travis Tyson- Neil deGrasse son
Travis Tyson is the youngest child and only son of Neil and Alice. He was born in 2001 after his older sister Miranda who was born in 1997. Travis is currently pursuing his graduation at the NY University. Before that, he completed his HS studies at Stuyvesant High School.
In 2017, Travis featured on the popular Steve Harvey show Family Feud on ABC television. He starred in the show with his parents and flaunted his knowledge of physics by proving the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in a gaming round of the show. The family won the opposition by a huge margin, as expected of the science nerds.