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How much is Howard Stern's worth 2016? What about his career and awards that won?

January 16, 2018
First published on:January 3, 2017
by John

Howard Allan Stern is an American television and radio personality, actor, author, producer, and photographer who is best known for his radio show "The Howard Stern Show". He started working as a radio host from 1976 while studying at Boston University.

Howard Stern is regarded as one of the most successful radio hosts of all time and also regarded as the richest. His net worth is estimated to be around $600 million. Also, today, find out about his career and awards that he won. 

Howard Stern Net Worth

As previously we have mentioned that Howard Stern is one of the richest radio hosts of all time, he is estimated to have a huge amount of his net worth. 62 years old American radio and television personality, he is estimated to have around $90 million annual salaries whereas his net worth is estimated to be $600 million.

Howard Stern's net worth is just more than his radio host. He has signed a $1 million advance contract with Simon and Schuster in 1993 to publish his first ever book. His biographical book is regarded as the fastest selling in Schuster's history. Howard Stern acted in the title role in the film adaptation of the biological Private parts which also topped the box office in its opening weekend with the gross of $14.6 million.

Private Parts sold a total amount of $41.2 million in the movie tickets. He is now regarded as the highest paid radio figure of United States of America. He is also judging the NBC reality show "America's Got Talent" and earns $15 million per year. He has signed a new 5-year contract with Sirius which reveals that Howard is paid around $90 million per year.

Howard Stern

Howard Stern

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Howard Stern Career

Howard Stern attended Boston University in his early 70s where he started his radio host career. He is making Americans go crazy through his talks on the show and revealed himself how talented he is. In 1979, Stern was also captured in the advertisement in "Radio and records".

Talking about 1979, he also urged his listeners to a two-day boycott of Shell Oil Company which made him the major attraction. He also found an advertised position in "Radio and records" for a morning host at WWWW. 

Regarding his work, Howard found his next job at album-oriented rock station WWDC in Washington DC. The Washingtonian named him as the city's best disc jockey and made him much more popular. He also began his longtime feud with morning host Don Imus. He also got national exposure while appearing on "Late Night with David Letterman". Later he also agreed to work on five one-hour pilots with Leslie West and Steve Rossi.

Howard Stern also turned to be an author and wrote his book "Private Parts". The biographical movie was prepared where he acted the main role. He also held his second special show "The Miss Howard Stern New Year's Eve Pageant" in December 1993. In 1995, Furthermore, he also wrote his second book "Miss America".

In 1998, he started his show "The Howard Stern Radio Show". Later, he also worked as an executive producer through his production company for various film and television projects. Howard Stern took up photography and shot layouts for "Hamptons" in 2011. He also appeared as the judge on "America's Got Talent".

Howard Stern on Private Parts

Howard Sterns on Private Parts

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Howard Stern on America's Got Talent

Howard Stern on America's Got Talent

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Howard Stern Awards

Even though Howard Stern is very much talented and has proved it, he has not received any awards till the date. But there is no doubt that he will receive an award in his nearby future. 

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