Who is Howard Stern's wife Beth?

ICONIC radio personality Howard Stern has been married to Beth Ostrosky Stern since 2008.

Stern, who has three children from a previous union, has broadcast on SiriusXM Satellite Radio since 2006.

Who is Howard Stern's wife Beth?

Beth Ostrosky is an author, actress, model, and animal-rights activist who has been married to Howard Stern for more than a decade.

Additionally, she is a spokesperson for the North Shore Animal League of America, the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization.

Ostrosky was named one of For Him Magazine's Top 100 Sexiest Women of the Year in 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2007.

She also appears regularly on network morning and daytime talk shows and has been a guest co-host on The View.

 Ostrosky was born on July 15, 1972, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Does Howard Stern have any children?

Howard Stern has three children from his first marriage – Emily Beth Stern, Deborah Jennifer Stern, and Ashley Jade Stern.

Emily is 37, Deborah is 34, and Ashley is 28.

Who is Howard Stern's ex-wife Alison?

Alison Berns, a former actress and radio hostess, was married to Howard Stern from 1978 to 2001 and is the mother of his children.

Their relationship was featured in the 1997 film Private Parts about Stern's life and career.

Stern played himself, and actress Mary McCormack portrayed Alison.

The shock jock bragged of his marital fidelity while entertaining scores of strippers and porn stars on his radio show, but he and Alison split up in 1999.

"Divorce was so theoretical to me because no one in my family had really been divorced," Stern told Rolling Stone in 2011.

"I was with my ex-wife since college, so it felt like such a failure … I was upset that I failed and let down my family, my kids, my ex-wife. It was all very painful."

He added: "I think there were a lot of stressors, especially with what I did for a living."

He told Rolling Stone that the divorce led him to therapy.

"I was totally neurotic and sort of consumed with work. I took work as the most important thing and the only thing," he told the magazine.

"I said, 'Gee, where am I going to get some answers?' I had never been a guy to turn to religion but then as my marriage was coming to an end, I needed help to explain it to my children and make sense of it all…"

 

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