Howard Stern Net Worth

Howard Stern Net Worth : $600 Million

Profile

An American Radio Host, TV Personality, Photographer, and Author

Howard Stern Annual Income

$90 Million

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

Books, Radio, Television Host

Years of Experience

48 years

Date of Birth

January 12, 1954

Education

Acquired a degree in Communications from Boston University

Marital Status

Married

Children

3

Howard Stern’s Income & Total Net Worth

Howard Stern, a television personality, author, and a popular radio host, has an estimated total worth of $600 million. His annual income is $90 million. He has gathered his net worth from successful radio hosting and writing books. In He is known as “Shock Jock” for his outspoken and controversial style. In order to publish his biographical book, “Private Parts”, Stern signed a contract of $1 million with Simon & Schuster. His book’s first printing made enormous records. Within an hour, 225,000 copies were sold. Presently, he is the highest-paid radio personality in the U.S.

Properties: Private Fortune

Howard Stern lives his life lavishly and maintains a boastful lifestyle. He owns a luxurious home in Southampton, New York. It is spread over 16,000-square feet area. It has 8 bedrooms. It has a worth of $22 million.

He also owns a lavish penthouse with a worth of $15 million in Manhattan, New York. It is spread over 4025-square feet area. It has one bedroom with powerful home theatre system, well-equipped kitchen, advanced electronic appliances, 2 bathrooms and an indoor bar with expensive drinks. The whole mansion features centralized air conditioning.

In May 2013, he paid $52 million to purchase a beach front mansion in Pam Beach, Florida. It is spread over a living space of 19,000- square feet, and comprises of 5 bedrooms and 12.5 bathrooms.

He also possesses several luxury cars, like a “Limousine” and “Audi R8”. He also owns private jets to travel around the world.

Howard Stern’s Career

Howard Jones started his career by working at WRNW (a progressive rock station) in New York. He worked for an advertising agency, named ‘Benton & Bowles’. In 1981, he moved to Washington D.C. and hosted morning shows at WWDC (a rock station). He entered into a contract worth $500,000 with ‘Infinity Broadcasting’. Jones recorded several television shows for broadcasting company, Fox.

He signed a contract worth $1 million with ‘Simon & Schuster’ to publish his book. In 2012, he appeared as a judge on the show, America’s Got Talent.

Films

Howard acted in the following movies:

  • Ryder P.I (1986)
  • Private Parts (1997)

Home videos

He released several home videos, which are as follows:

  • Butt Bongo Fiesta
  • Howard Stern’s U.S. Open Sores
  • Howard Stern’s Negligee and Underpants Party
  • Howard Stern’s New Year’s Rotten Eve 1994

Television

Stern made appearances in the below given TV shows:

  • The Howard Stern Show (1987)
  • The New Hollywood Squares (1988)
  • The Howard Stern Show (1990-92)
  • Howard Stern (1994-2005)
  • The Concert For New York City (2001)
  • America’s Got Talent (2012-present)

Discography

His discography includes:

  • Private Parts: The Album
  • Crucified by the FCC (Infinity Broadcasting)
  • 50 Ways To Rank Your Mother