Howard Allan Stern, popularly known as Howard Stern is an American radio and television personality, producer, author, actor, and photographer.
Facts of Howard Stern
|Full Name:||Howard Stern|
|Age:||68 years 8 months|
|Birth Date:||January 12, 1954|
|Birth Place:||Queens, New York, U.S.|
|Married Date:||October 03, 2008|
|Children:||Three (Emily Beth Stern, Ashley Jade Stern, Deborah Jennifer Stern)|
|Relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is gay ?:||No|
|Father's Name:||Ben Stern|
|Mother's Name:||Ray Stern|
|Height / How tall :||6.5 inch|
|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Scorpio, Virgo, Taurus|
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Howard Allan Stern, popularly known as Howard Stern is an American radio and television personality, producer, author, actor, and photographer. He is best known for his radio show, The Howard Stern Show.
What Is Howard Stern’s Notoriety?
– Dubbed the “King of All Media.”
Howard Stern was born in which country?
On 12 January 1954, Howard Stern was born. Howard Allan Stern is his given name. He was born to Benjamin Stern and Ray Stern. He was born in Queens, New York City, United States. He is an American citizen. Capricorn is his zodiac sign. He is the second child of the couple. Ellen is his older sibling. His parents are of Polish, Austrian-Hungarian, and Hungarian ancestry. He is a devout follower of Judaism. In 1955, the family relocated to Roosevelt, New York, on Long Island.
Washington-Rose Elementary School and Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School were his schools of choice. Additionally, he attended Hebrew School and was given the name Tzvi.
He created the Electric Comicbook with two of his classmates. From the age of nine until his second year of university, he spent his summers at Camp Wel-Met.
In the basement of his house, his father built a microphone, tape machine, and turntable. Stern used pre-recorded prank calls, sketches, and advertisements to create his make-believe radio shows. He has also paid numerous visits to his father’s recording studio.
In 1969, the family relocated to Rockville Center, where he attended South Side High School. In 1972, he graduated from high school. He attended Boston University and majored in communications. In 1975, he earned a diploma in radio engineering from the Radio Engineering Institute of Electronics in Fredericksburg, Virginia. He obtained a license as a first-class radiotelephone operator. He graduated magna cum laude in May 1976 with a 3.8 grade point average. His major was broadcasting and video, and he minored in English and public speaking.
Career in the Media
In his second year, he began working at the campus radio station WTBU. He spun records, read the papers, and hosted talk shows.
He also co-hosted The King Schmaltz Bagel Hour, a weekly comedy show.
He landed his first career radio job in August 1975 at WNTN in Newton, Massachusetts.
He was promoted to production director at WRNW in 1977. He was named program director. In 1979, he began working at WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut.
He resigned from WCCC in early 1980.
He then began working in April 1980 at WWWW in Detroit, Michigan.
His contributions were rewarded when he got his first industry recognition. He was named Billboard’s Album-Oriented Rock Personality of the Year in a Major Market in 2007.
He quit the WWWW when the station’s ratings began to fall.
He refused positions at Chicago’s WXRT and Toronto’s CHUM.
He then worked at the World Wide Web Development Center in Washington, D.C.
In March 1982, he joined WNBC in New York City. In 1992, he was fired from WNBC.
In October 1985, he also signed with WXRK. His show was syndicated in 60 markets throughout North America during his two decades at WXRK, reaching a peak audience of 20 million listeners.
His first foray into television came about as a result of the Fox network’s quest for a substitute for The Late Show. Fox chose not to acquire it.
In February 1988, he hosted his first pay-per-view event, Howard Stern’s Negligee and Underpants Party. It received $1.2 million in revenue.
His meteoric rise to fame as a radio and television personality resulted in the first use of his self-proclaimed title, “King of All Media,” in 1992.
In 1992, he became the first person to have the number one morning radio show in both New York and Los Angeles.
In November 1992, he began hosting The Howard Stern “Interview.”
In October 1993, he published his first novel, Private pieces.
From 1994 to 2002, he was named Billboard’s Nationally Syndicated Air Personality of the Year.
In December 1993, he hosted his second pay-per-view special, The Miss Howard Stern New Year’s Eve Pageant.
In March 1994, he declared his candidacy for Governor of New York. He obtained the necessary two-thirds majority on the first ballot but withdrew from the race in August 1994.
In 1994, he formed the Howard Stern Production Company for the purpose of developing “original film and television production enterprises, as well as joint production and growth ventures.”
Until 2005, his Howard Stern show aired for 11 years.
In November 1995, he published his second book, Miss America.
Private Parts, a film adaptation of his novel, was published in March 1997.
Private Parts: The Album was released as a soundtrack in 1997.
He sued the Ministry of Film Inc. for $1.5 million in October 1997, alleging that the studio hired him for the film Jane. In 1999, he settled the case for $50,000.
In August 1998, he returned to Saturday night television. He was the host of Fox’s The Howard Stern Radio Show. The show was cancelled after three seasons.
From March 2006 to December 2013, HowardTV aired.
By mid-2011, he had taken up photography.
His first shoots were in July 2011 when he was capturing layouts for Hamptons magazine.
In 2011, he founded Conlon Road Photography.
He returned to television in 2011 as a substitute judge on America’s Got Talent’s seventh season, replacing Piers Morgan. He returned as a judge for the show’s eighth, ninth, and tenth seasons.
In 2012, he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
In 2015, he was the highest-paid media personality.
His third book, Howard Stern Comes Again will be released in May 2019.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fined the owners of radio station licensees that carried The Howard Stern Show a total of $2.5 million between 1990 and 2004 for content is considered to be indecent.
Who is Howard Stern Married to?
Howard Stern first married Alison Berns. They first met at Boston University. The couple got married on 4 June 1978. The couple shares 3 daughters together, Emily Beth, Debra Jennifer, and Ashley Jade. They separated in 1999 and their divorce was finalized in 2001.
He then dated Angie Everhart and Robin Givens before marrying television host Beth Ostrosky. They started dating in 2000 and got engaged in 2007. The couple later got married on 3 October 2008.
He lives in Manhattan, New York City. He also has a residence in Southampton, New York, and Palm Beach, Florida.
He revealed in his second book, Miss America that he suffered from obsessive-compulsive disorder. He revealed in Staff Revelations Game in January 2006 that he underwent rhinoplasty and had liposuction under his chin in the 1990s.
He is a supporter and fundraiser for North Shore Animal League America.
What are Howard Stern Body Measurements?
Howard Stern stands at a height of 1.95 m i.e. 6 feet and 5 inches tall. He has a bodyweight of 203 lbs i.e. 92 kg. He has an average body build. He has blue eyes and his hair color is black. He has curly hair.
What is Howard Stern Net Worth?
Howard Stern has been described as King of All Media. He is one of the successful media personalities. He has earned his fortune from his career in the entertainment industry, mostly in radio. As of 2019, his net worth is estimated at $650 million.