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						Howard Stern

Howard Stern

Date of Birth January 12, 1954
Age 69 years, 5 months, 9 days
Place of Birth New York City
Country United States
Profession Radio Host
Horoscope Capricorn

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Howard Stern is a famous Radio Host, born on January 12, 1954 in United States. As of June 1, 2023, Howard Stern’s net worth is $650 Million. He is the self-proclaimed King of All Media. Although a long-time friend of Donald Trump, he supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

Parents Ben Stern, Ray Stern
Siblings Not Available
Spouse Beth Ostrosky Stern , Alison Berns
Children(s) Ashley Jade Stern, Emily Beth Stern, Deborah Jennifer Stern


Famous New York shock jock, television personality, and author who became known for discussing traditionally obscene subjects in a frank and unabashed way. He created The Howard Stern Show in 1979 and was shortly thereafter joined on the program by Robin Quivers. Howard Allan Stern was born on January 12, 1954, the second child of Ben and Ray (née Schiffman) Stern, in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens in New York City. Stern’s parents are Jewish, and their families are from Poland and Austria-Hungary. Ray was an office clerk in New York City before she became a homemaker and later took up work as an inhalation therapist. Ben served in the U.S. Army on Long Island and in California during the war. He later worked as a radio engineer at WHOM in Manhattan and as a co-owner and operator at Aura Recording Inc., a Manhattan recording studio where cartoons and commercials were cut. Stern described his older sister Ellen as the “complete opposite” of himself and “very quiet”..

He got married to Alison Berns on June 4, 1978. After their divorce in 2001, he married Beth Ostrosky on October 3, 2008. He has three daughters named Emily, Deborah and Ashley.

Howard Allan Stern (born January 12, 1954) is an American radio and television personality and author. He is best known for his radio show The Howard Stern Show, which gained popularity when it was nationally syndicated on terrestrial radio from 1986 to 2005. Stern has broadcast on Sirius XM Satellite Radio since 2006.

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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In 1955, the family moved to Roosevelt, New York, on Long Island where Stern attended Washington-Rose Elementary School followed by Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School. Stern also attended Hebrew school where he was given the name Tzvi. As a youngster Stern took five years of piano lessons and took an interest in marionettes, using them to entertain his friends with explicit shows. He formed a band with two school friends, the Electric Comicbook, on vocals and keyboards. From the age of nine to his second year at university, Stern spent his summers at Camp Wel-Met, a youth camp in Narrowsburg, New York where he worked camper, kitchen, and counselor duties. He recalled his time there as “the greatest experience”.

Howard Stern Net Worth

Howard Stern is one of the richest Radio Host & listed on most popular Radio Host. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Howard Stern's net worth $650 Million.

Net Worth $650 Million
Salary Under Review
Source of Income Radio Host
Cars Not Available
House Living in own house.

He managed radio commercials in the advertising industry before getting his own gig.

In 1955, the family moved to Roosevelt, New York, on Long Island where Stern attended Washington-Rose Elementary School followed by Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School. Stern also attended Hebrew school where he was given the name Tzvi. As a youngster Stern took five years of piano lessons and took an interest in marionettes, using them to entertain his friends with explicit shows. He formed a band with two school friends, the Electric Comicbook, on vocals and keyboards. From the age of nine to his second year at university, Stern spent his summers at Camp Wel-Met, a youth camp in Narrowsburg, New York where he worked camper, kitchen, and counselor duties. He recalled his time there as “the greatest experience”.

Stern wished to be in radio at the age of five. He was an infrequent listener in his youth, but names talk personalities Bob Grant and Brad Crandall as early influences. His father set up a microphone, tape machine and turntable in the basement of his home which Stern used to record his make-believe radio shows, incorporating different characters and pre-recorded prank calls, sketches, and commercials. He made several visits to his father’s recording studio and witnessed “some of the great voice guys” work with him, including Don Adams and Larry Storch voice Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales, which began his desire to be on the air and “do a show”, rather than play records. In the late 1960s, Roosevelt became a predominantly black area; Stern remembered just “a handful of white kids” had remained in his school and repeated instances of bullying from black pupils. In June 1969, the family moved to nearby Rockville Centre, and Stern, at age fifteen, transferred to South Side High School where he became “a total introvert”. He graduated from the school in 1972; his yearbook lists Stern’s sole student activity, a member of Key Club.

In the early 1970s, Stern’s parents began to practice Transcendental Meditation and encouraged him to learn. Stern credits the technique with helping him quit smoking, achieve his goals in radio, beat obsessive–compulsive disorder, and cure his mother of depression. As of 1997, he continued to practice it. Stern has interviewed Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of the technique, and thanked him for relieving his mother’s depression.

Howard Stern Wife

According to our records, Howard Stern married to Beth Ostrosky Stern , Alison Berns. As of January 12, 2023, Howard Stern’s is not dating anyone.

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Stern landed his first radio jobs while at Boston University. From 1976 to 1982, Stern developed his on-air personality through morning positions at WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York, WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut, WWWW in Detroit, Michigan, and WWDC in Washington, D.C. Stern worked afternoons at WNBC in New York City from 1982 until his firing in 1985. In 1985, he began a 20-year run at WXRK in New York City; his morning show entered syndication in 1986 and aired in 60 markets and attracted 20 million listeners at its peak. Stern won numerous industry awards, including Billboard’s Nationally Syndicated Air Personality of the Year eight consecutive times, and is the first to have the number one morning show in New York City and Los Angeles simultaneously. He became the most fined radio host when the Federal Communications Commission issued fines totaling $2.5 million to station owners for content it deemed indecent. Stern became one of the highest paid radio figures after signing a five-year deal with Sirius in 2004 worth $500 million. In recent years, Stern’s photography has been featured in Hamptons and WHIRL magazines. From 2012 to 2015, he served as a judge on America’s Got Talent.

Height, Weight & Body Measurements

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Radio Host. Also ranked in the elit list of famous Radio Host born in United States. Howard Stern celebrates birthday on January 12 of every year.

In his search for radio work following his graduation, Stern declined an offer to work evenings at WRNW, a progressive rock station in Briarcliff Manor, New York. He stopped and was unsure of his talent and questioned his future as a professional in the industry, writing “I freaked out. I got real nervous that I wasn’t good enough”. Stern accepted a marketing role at Benton & Bowles, a New York advertising agency, which he soon “quit without giving notice” in favor of a position in the creative department. He lasted three hours before he was fired “because their personnel department realized that I was the guy who just quit.” Stern then worked in Queens as a radio salesman selling advertising time without considerable success. He wrote, “All of a sudden … I realized I had turned down a job in radio”. With encouragement from his mother and girlfriend, Stern contacted WRNW for work and agreed to take cover shifts surrounding the Christmas holidays in 1976. Impressed with his reliability and professional approach, the station’s director hired Stern full-time for a four-hour midday shift for six days a week, for $96 a week. After several months, Stern became the station’s production director which lasted until November 1977 when he became its program director for an increased salary of $250 a week. To save money, Stern rented a room in a monastery in Armonk, New York.

When did Howard Stern leave?

Howard Sterns leaves commercial radio – Oct. 6, 2004.

How old is Howard Stern and what is his net worth?

Net Worth:$650 Million
Date of Birth:Jan 12, 1954 (68 years old)
Height:6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Profession:Radio personality, Talk show host, Politician, Shock jock, TV Personality, Author, Actor, Presenter, Disc jockey, Photographer

How did Howard Stern get rich?

Between his earnings from his radio show, books, time on “America’s Got Talent” and other ventures, he has a net worth of $650 million. With his salary being so high, it is not surprising to learn that SiriusXM has earned Stern more than $1 billion since they enacted their lucrative partnership.

What is Robin Quivers salary on the Howard Stern show?

Net Worth:$75 Million
Salary:$10 Million Per Year
Date of Birth:Aug 8, 1952 (70 years old)
Height:5 ft 5 in (1.67 m)

How much is Robin from Howard Stern worth?

As of September 2022, Robin Quivers’ net worth is approximately $75 Million. What is this? Robin Ophelia Quivers is an American author, actress, and radio personality from Pikesville. Quivers is mostly known for her broadcasting work with radio host Howard Stern.

Stern met his first wife, Alison Berns, while at Boston University through a mutual friend. He featured Berns in a student film he made about Transcendental Meditation. Stern wrote, “Within a week after our relationship began, I knew I was going to marry her”. They married at Temple Ohabei Shalom in Brookline, Massachusetts, on June 4, 1978; both were 24 years old. They have three daughters: Emily Beth (b. 1983), Debra Jennifer (b. 1986), and Ashley Jade (b. 1993). In October 1999, they decided to separate. Stern said, “I was totally neurotic and sort of consumed with work. I took work as the most important thing and the only thing”. He moved from the home he shared with Berns in Old Westbury, New York into a 4,000-square-foot apartment in Millennium Tower in the Upper West Side of Manhattan which he bought in 1998 for $4.9 million. The marriage ended in 2001 with an amicable divorce and settlement. Stern has since bought a home in Southampton, New York on Long Island.

In 1979, Stern spotted an advertisement in Radio & Records for a “wild, fun morning guy” at rock station WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut. He used some morning air time to assemble an aircheck with more outrageous bits, including Robert Klein and Cheech and Chong records with added flatulence routines and one-liners. Stern was hired for the same salary but worked a more intense schedule. After four hours on the air, he voiced and produced commercials for another four. On Saturdays, following a six-hour show, he did production work for the next three. He also completed duties as the station’s public affairs director and hosted a Sunday morning talk show which he favored above playing records as it “represented what I wanted to do on the radio more than anything. Take the average guy and dissect what he does”. In the summer of the 1979 energy crisis, Stern urged listeners to a two-day boycott of Shell Oil Company, a stunt which attracted media attention. It was at WCCC where Stern first met Fred Norris, the overnight disc jockey, who went on to become Stern’s writer and producer since 1981. Stern left WCCC in early 1980 after he was denied a “lousy, stinking twenty-five-dollar-a-week raise”. At the same time, local rival station WHCN had assembled tapes and press clippings of Stern and forwarded them to Burkhart/Abrams, a radio consulting firm, to get Stern out of the Hartford market as a rise in his ratings increased his threat to the station’s numbers. The tapes were received by Dwight Douglas, a consultant at Burkhart/Abrams, who offered Stern work in Columbus, Ohio, but Stern declined.

In his search for new work, Stern found an advertised position in Radio & Records for a morning host at WWWW, a struggling rock station in Detroit, Michigan. His aircheck was well received by management who made an offer, but Douglas advised Stern against the move and suggested to wait for an offer from a better station. Stern went ahead regardless and accepted a deal, starting on April 21, 1980. He thought of new ways to improve his show and to be more open on the air, “to cut down the barriers … strip down all the ego … and be totally honest”. His efforts paid off with his first industry recognition, winning a Billboard Award for Album-Oriented Rock Personality of the Year For a Major Market and the debut Top Five Talent Search contest in the album-oriented rock category from radio syndication firm Drake-Chenault, which then distributed the winning radio segments to stations across the country. Despite the success, WWWW continued to decline in the ratings and failed to overtake the three more popular rock stations in the area. The quarterly Arbitron ratings released in January 1981 showed no signs of a strong audience, causing the station to change formats overnight from rock to country music, to Stern’s surprise and annoyance. He lasted a further two weeks before “it was time to hit the road again. Somehow, I couldn’t see myself as Hopalong Howie”. He declined offers to work at WXRT in Chicago and CHUM in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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