• Alison Berns was born in 1954 and is the ex-wife of Howard Stern.
• She has a net worth of $20 million, much of which she gained from her marriage to Stern who has a net worth of over $600 million.
• She met Howard while attending Boston University, and they married in 1978.
• She appeared in many projects related to Howard.
• She divorced in 1999 and married David Simon in 2001.

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Short Info

Net Worth$20 million dollars
Date Of BirthMay 26, 1954
SpouseDavid Scott Simon, Howard Stern
Fact4th June 1978: Married college sweetheart Howard Stern at Temple Ohabei Shalom in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Who is Alison Berns?

Alison Berns was born on 26 May 1954, in Newton Centre, Massachusetts USA, and is a former radio hostess and actress, but is perhaps best known for being the now ex-wife of radio personality Howard Stern, who is popular for his radio talk show “The Howard Stern Show”.

The Riches of Howard Stern’s Ex Wife

How rich is Alison Berns? As of early-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $20 million, earned through success in her various endeavors. She’s also gained a significant amount of wealth from her time with Howard Stern, who has a net worth of over $600 million. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life and Meeting Howard Stern

Alison was educated at Newton North High School, and after matriculating, attended Boston University. She would complete her studies there and then move on to Columbia University. During her time at Boston University, she met Howard Stern who was a film student at the time, and the two would work on a project together for Stern’s studies, entitled “Transcendental Meditation”. The two would grow close, and would eventually see a movie together, beginning their romance.

She would become Howard’s first and only girlfriend during college. He would help her to become noticed in the entertainment industry, as he also grew in popularity. The two later married in 1978 at the Temple Ohabei Shalom in Brookline, Massachusetts, in front of family and close friends. The couple would go on to have three children, and would stay married for more than two decades. Around this time, she started to get more acting opportunities which would help her net worth to increase.

Acting Work and Divorce

Alison would appear in a string of television projects during the 1980s and ‘90s; one of her first projects was entitled “Negligee and Underpants Party” released in 1988, and starring Howard Stern and numerous other personalities who appeared in the film as themselves. Around the same time, she became a part of “US Open Sores”, which was a Howard Stern event that took place in 1989 featuring Howard battling against his radio producer, Gary Dell’Abate. There were numerous other Howard Stern projects that Alison would become a part of over the next few years.

In 1997, she would be cast in the biographical comedy film entitled “Private Parts”, based on the book of the same name written by Howard Stern, which follows his life from childhood up to his success on radio. However, in 1999 the couple decided to end their relationship after more than 20 years of being together. Howard would later go on and state that he was consumed with work and had become a workaholic, as well as neurotic because of it. This caused a falling out in their relationship, and they would finalize the divorce in 2001 with a settlement that increased Alison’s wealth significantly.

Life After

After their divorce, both went on to live lives independent of one another. Just a few months after the separation, Alison would marry David Simon; not many details are available about him, except that he is the CEO of the shopping mall Simon Property Group. Howard would start to date model and television host Beth Ostrosky, and the two would marry in 2008. Despite moving on, the two still meet and get together when it comes to their children, and they’re still seen in pictures alongside their children. Alison managed to maintain the home that she was living in when she was married, while Howard moved to a 4,000 square foot apartment in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

While Alison decided to live a life away from the spotlight, his husband continued his career. Media coverage of her lessened as her former husband started to move on to other projects in later years.

Is Alison Berns on Social Media?

Much like the wives or ex-wives of numerous media personalities, Alison maintains her privacy by not having any accounts with any of the major social media websites. However, there are videos available of her on YouTube depicting her younger years when she was still associated with Howard Stern.

In an interview, Howard later admitted that the separation and divorce of his first marriage was devastating to him, and even many years later, he still can’t figure out what went wrong. He also mentioned that his current marriage was definitely easier, but it also means that things can get complicated very easily. He mentioned that he was using women as a sort of surrogate mother, meaning that he would show very childish behavior in front of them.

General Info

Full NameAlison Berns
Net Worth$20 million dollars
Date Of BirthMay 26, 1954
Height1.68 m


SpouseDavid Scott Simon, Howard Stern
ChildrenEmily Beth Stern, Deborah Jennifer Stern, Ashley Jade Stern


MoviesPrivate Parts

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14th June 1978: Married college sweetheart Howard Stern at Temple Ohabei Shalom in Brookline, Massachusetts.
2Her daughters, with ex-husband Howard, are Emily Beth (May 7, 1983), Debra Jennifer (May 9, 1986) and Ashley Jade. (January 24, 1993).
323rd November 2001: Married David Scott Simon, who is not the same David Simon as CEO of shopping mall giant Simon Property Group (David E. Simon). This was her second marriage.




Private Parts1997NBC Switchboard Operator


Howard Stern1994-1998TV SeriesHerself
The Geraldo Rivera Show1993TV SeriesHerself
The Howard Stern Show1991-1992TV SeriesHerself
U.S. Open Sores1989TV MovieHerself
Negligee and Underpants Party1988TV MovieHerself
The Howard Stern Show1987TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

Howard Stern on Demand2006TV SeriesHerself

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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