Alison Berns was an American actress and a television/radio presenter. She made a name for herself as the ex-wife of the famous radio host, director, producer, writer, and television star Howard Stern. She is also known for working as an actress with her husband on several comedy-drama projects. Alison Berns has appeared in ‘U.S. Open Sores’, ‘Negligee and Underpants Party (1988)’ and ‘Private Parts (1997)’. Howard Stern, who she divorced in 2001, is not her only husband. Read on to find out everything you need to know about this Stern.
Alison Berns Bio/Wiki
Alison Berns was born on 26 May 1954 in Newton Centre, Massachusetts, United States of America. She belongs to the white ethnic group and is a citizen of the United States, although there is no information about her true parentage. Alison has a good educational background. She attended Newton North High School, Newton, Massachusetts, before moving on to Boston University (where she met her ex-husband Howard). She graduated from Boston University in 1976 and then earned a degree in Social Work from Columbia University.
Alison Berns Relationship With Howard Stern
Berns first met Howard Stern in college when he (Howard Stern) graduated in communications from Boston University. Alison, on the other hand, graduated with a degree in social work. Stern had approached Alison with an offer to appear in a film project in which he was involved at the time – Transcendental Meditation. He used to make films for students, and this was one of those he made for a class. Did Alison Berns accept his offer? Of course, she did, and they started working together, which was the beginning of a blissful marital relationship. Stern later explained in an interview that within a week of them working together, he knew that she would become his wife and mother of his children.
Remarkably, Alison Stern’s Howard Stern’s first girlfriend in college was Alison – and later the only one. Howard remembers that on their first date they saw a movie called “Lenny”. The film was based on the true-life story of Lenny Bruce – a Jewish-American stand-up comedian, social critic and satirist known for his open, free and critical form of comedy that integrates satire, politics, religion, sex, and vulgarity.
Alison Berns Married Life/Divorce
Alison Berns married her heartthrob Howard Stern on June 4, 1978. The college sweethearts, who were both just 24 years old at the time, were married in a small ceremony in the temple of Ohabei Shalom in Brookline, Massachusetts in the presence of family members and close friends. Temple Ohabei Shalom is the third oldest in New England and the oldest Jewish community in Massachusetts.
Their union can be considered very happy when judging by their public appearances, interviews, and joint shows. It was a happy one. The couple worked together on several film projects, including Negligee and Underpants, U.S. Open Sores, and Private Parts. The two were always totally in love with each other and it didn’t seem like the relationship was going to end. So their joy knew no bounds when they welcomed their first child, Emily Beth, in 1983. The couple had a total of three children. After Emily, Debra Jenifer was born in 1986, while Ashley Jade was born in 1993.
As months turned into years, Alsion began to feel alone and the relationship began to strain. Her husband, Howard Stern, had become very successful with his career as a TV and radio presenter, as his show ‘The Howard Stern Show’ had become famous. It gained an international fan base and brought him so much popularity. He concentrated too much on his work and put so much effort and time into keeping the rhythm while neglecting his family. In fact, his work became more important than his family and even his friends.
Stern moved out of the house into a 4000 square meter apartment in Manhattan after they decided to end their marriage in October 1999. In 2001, they finally ended their 23-year relationship through a divorce. However, Alison began dating David Scott Simon in the year of the divorce and would later marry him on November 23, 2001. They are still married and happy together with Alison, who works as a PR manager in David Simon’s company. Her current ex-husband Stern also dated Angie Everhart and later model and TV presenter Beth Ostrosky, whom he married in 2008.
Alison Berns’ Husband – Howard Stern
Alison Bern’s first husband, Howard Allan Stern, is a television personality, author, actor, producer, and photographer. He is best known for his radio show ‘The Howard Stern show’. Stern has worked hard to become a professional radio presenter. He worked at every radio station he could find or who needed his help, just to learn the craft better. It was his life. During his second year of college, he worked at the college radio station WTBU where he became the voice of the station. He did everything – he hosted comedy shows, read the news, played music, etc. And from there we can see the success he made out of it.
Allison was obsessed with radio and television and it cost him his first marriage and family. Stern’s way of ‘marrying’ his career affected not only Alison Berns, but also other members of his family, including her daughters. The first daughter, Emily Beth, stated categorically in an interview with the New York Post that her father had destroyed her emotional life. She blamed him for her inability to deal properly with the opposite sex.
Howard Stern is trying to make up for his second marriage to Beth Ostrosky, he is now more in touch with the family as he tries to control his obsession with work.
Alison Berns Net Worth
The current annual salary of Berns is not known. However, their net worth is estimated at $20 million.
Quick Facts About Alison Berns
|Date of Birth:||26 May 1988|
|Age:||32 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Name||Alison Berns|
|Working For||Televisions movies|
|Net Worth||$50 million|
|Famous for||Negligee and Underpants Party|
|Married to||David Scott Simon (m. 2001) Howard Stern (m. 1978)|
|Children||Emily Beth Stern, Deborah Jennifer Stern, Ashley Jade Stern|
|Divorce||Howard Stern (D.2001)|
|Education||attended New Jersey TCNJ|