How much is Howard Stern worth? $650 Million
How did Howard Stern Earn his money and wealth?
Howard Stern was born in Queens, New York City, on January 12, 1954. From an early age of 5, he wanted to become a radio show host. He was in Boston University when he got his first taste of hosting, as a Radio host, at a college radio station. After graduating from his university, he started his own Radio show called “The Howard Stern Show” which was nationally recognized on radio from 1986 to 2005. This made Stern one of the most popular and recognized hosts in America. He went on to win many awards in mid 1980’s; one of the most famous awards that he won was Billboard’s Nationally Syndicated Air Personality of the Year. He became the first person to have the number one show in both New York and Los Angeles simultaneously.
Stern, since 1992, has called himself “King of All Media” due to his prosperity and popularity outside of the radio circuit. He was the host and producer to multiple pay-per-view events, late night shows, and home videos. He has authored two books, “Private Parts” (the biographical comedy was made based on this book) and “Miss America”; these were published in 1993 and 1995, respectively.
In 2006, Stern launched “Howard TV” which broadcasted an on-demand pay television service to symbolize the beginning of his 5-year contract with Sirius Satellite Radio, and his new 5 year contract in 2011. From 2012 to 2014 Stern became the judge of the reality series “America’s Got Talent” aired on NBC. Apart from radio hosting, Stern went further and started an acting career as well. He was cast as a lead in the 1997 biographical comedy movie “Private Parts”. It debuted at number 1 at the U.S. box office in the first week and netted $41.2 million in the domestic market. Stern had also participated in performing on the soundtrack of the movie, which was certified platinum and went on to debut the Billboard 200 at number 1.
Stern has turned out to be a standout amongst the most unmistakable names and faces in media outlets. He won various honors for his film “Private Parts,” including a Blockbuster Entertainment Award and a Golden Apple Award, and was likewise named for a Razzie Award and a Golden Satellite Award. What’s more, Stern has positioned twice on the Forbes Celebrity 100 rundown, taking the No. 62 spot in 2014 and the No. 5 spot in 2015. He’s the most generously compensated radio figure in the United States. With that many honors, Stern’s total assets is certain to climb much more in the coming years.
What are the most popular TV Shows and Records of Stern?
The Howard Stern Show (1987)
The Howard Stern Show (1990–1992)
The Howard Stern “Interview” (1992–1993)
Howard Stern (1994–2005)
The Howard Stern Radio Show (1998–2001)
Howard Stern On Demand (2005–2013)
50 Ways to Rank Your Mother (1982)
Crucified By the FCC (1991)
Private Parts: The Album (1997)
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