- 1 Who is Alison Berns?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Alison Berns Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
- 4 Psychiatric Social Worker
- 5 Appearances in Talk Shows
- 6 Popularity through Marriage to Famous Radio Personality
- 7 Mother of Three Daughters
- 8 Divorce from Howard Stern and Second Marriage
- 9 Alison Berns’ Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 10 Who is Her Ex-Husband? Howard Stern Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Alison Berns?
Alison Berns was born on 26 May 1954 under the sign of Gemini, in Newton Centre, Massachusetts USA, and is a 65-year-old former actress and psychotherapist, but who is probably best recognized as the ex-wife of Howard Stern. He gained fame for hosting his own radio show “The Howard Stern Show” from 1986 until 2005.
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How rich is she, as of now? Alison Berns Net Worth
Alison Berns’ net worth is over $50 million; earned from being involved in the film industry as an actress. Her wealth was also increased through the divorce settlement from her famous ex-husband Howard Stern, who still has a fortune of around $90 million.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
Alison Berns spent her early years in her hometown of Newton Centre, where she was raised alongside a brother, named Lou Berns, and a sister, named Betsy Berns Stark, by her parents. Her nationality is American, and she belongs to White Caucasian ethnicity. She attended John Ward Elementary School, after which she went to Bigelow Middle School. In 1972, she matriculated from Newton North High School, and then enrolled at Boston University, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in Liberal Arts in 1976. Afterwards, Alison continued her education at Columbia University, from which she obtained her MA degree in Social Works in 1978.
Psychiatric Social Worker
Right after college, Alison started pursuing her career in the field of social work. She became a licensed clinical social worker, giving special importance to psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. She eventually started a private practice as a psychotherapist.
Appearances in Talk Shows
Alison became involved in the film industry thanks to her ex-husband; while in college, she collaborated with Howard on a student documentary film about transcendental meditation. Following the release of her husband’s radio show “The Howard Stern Show”, Alison was heard in three episodes in 1987. In the following year, she made her debut film appearance in Howard Stern’s made-for-television special “Negligeé And Underpants Party”, which was followed by her starring in another Stern TV special “US Open Sores” (1988).
From 1991 to 1992, Alison appeared in several episodes of the late-night television variety show “The Howard Stern Show”, aired on the WWOR-TV network, while in November 1993, she guest-starred in an episode of “The Geraldo Rivera Show”. She also starred several times in the E! Network show “Howard Stern” between 1994 and 1998. Moreover, she appeared in a minor role in the biographical comedy film about her husband, entitled “Private Parts”, released in 1997.
Popularity through Marriage to Famous Radio Personality
Alison Berns and Howard Stern met each other through a mutual friend while both of them were students at Boston University. They soon started dating, and eventually exchanged their vows on 4 June 1978 in a private wedding ceremony at Temple Ohabei Shalom, located in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Mother of Three Daughters
Alison and Howard are the parents of three daughters. She gave birth to their first daughter, named Emily Beth in May 1983. Three years later the family welcomed a second girl they named Deborah Jennifer ‘Debra’, and the couple’s third daughter, Ashley Jade Stern, was born in January 1993.
Divorce from Howard Stern and Second Marriage
After being married for more than two decades, Alison Berns and Howard Stern went their separate ways. They separated in October 1999, while their divorce was finalized in 2001. Later that year, Alison tied the knot with David Scott Simon and they are still together, while her ex-husband Howard dated Angie Everhard and Robin Givens, until he started dating fashion model and actress Beth Ostrosky in 2000, and married her in 2008.
Alison Berns’ Appearance and Vital Statistics
- Long light brown curly hair
- Blue eyes
- Height – 5ft 6ins (1.68m)
- Weight – 143lbs (65kgs)
- Vital Statistics – 34-26-35
- Bra Size – 33B
- Shoe Size – 6.5 (US)
Who is Her Ex-Husband? Howard Stern Short Wiki/Bio
Howard Allan Stern was born on 12 January 1954 under the sign of Capricorn, in Queens, New York City USA. He was raised alongside his elder sister Ellen in a Jewish family, by his parents Ben and Ray Stern. He is of Austrian, Hungarian and Polish descent. Howard went to Washington-Rose Elementary School, then Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School, and later transferred to South Side High School, from which he matriculated in 1972. He also went to Hebrew school. Howard enrolled into Boston University and graduated with a degree, later obtaining a first-class radio-telephone operator license from the Radio Engineering Institute of Electronics, located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. It led him to work for the WNTN radio station in Newton, Massachusetts until he graduated magna cum laude from University in 1976.
After graduation, Howard Stern continued to pursue his career, so he worked for such rock music radio stations as WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York and WWWW in Washington, D.C., among others. He was then hired by WNBC in New York City, and worked there between 1982 and 1985.
Rise to Fame
In 1985, Howard joined the WXRK radio station also in New York, and his morning “The Howard Stern Show”, premiered in the following year, and was syndicated until 2005. The show earned him Billboard’s Nationally Syndicated Air Personality of the Year award eight times consecutively, becoming one of the top radio shows in the country, and he one of the highest paid radio personalities, after signing a contract in the mid-2000s with Sirius XM worth $500 million over five years.
He has broadcast on Sirius ever since, and is apparently contracted until 2027.
Other Projects and Books
Howard Stern has created many other talk shows for television, including “The Howard Stern Show” aired on WWOR-TV from 1990 to 1992, and “Howard Stern” broadcast on the E! network between 1994 and 2005. He has also authored three books – “Private Parts” (1993), “Miss America” (1995), and “Howard Stern Comes Again” (2019). His first book was adapted into the film of the same name in 1997. Besides that, Howard was briefly a judge on the talent show “America’s Got Talent” in 2011.
As a little known aside, he proposed to run for Governor of New York in 1994, but withdrew when realizing that he was required to state his financial situation.