Robin Ophelia Quivers is a radio personality, best known as the co-host of The Howard Stern Radio Show. She was born on August 8, 1952, in Pikesville, Maryland, the USA.
Alongside hosting, she is also an actor and author with two books; Quivers: A Life and The Vegucation of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life. She is one of the most successful female radio hostesses.
Robin Quivers is High Earning Radio Personality with Huge Net Worth
After the long-running profession career of four decades, the radio hostess and author, Robin, has accumulated the net worth of $45 million by 2019.
Robin is the highest paid person in Howard Stern's Show after Howard. She is annually paid $10 million as the salary and bonus. She also has sold two books and might have amassed a decent amount of money from it.
Robin Quivers Worked as Nurse
After graduating from high school, Robin studied at the University of Maryland, from where she received a degree in Nursing. After her education, she started working at the Maryland Shock Trauma facility for Emergency Medical Services System in 1974, where she described her role as,
"A shock-trauma, intensive care kind of nurse, so I saw unpleasantness all the time. "
Robin Quivers Served the Country
Robin also has amassed fortunes from a military career. Knowing that her degree could be of use in the military, she joined the US Air Force in July 1975 as a Second Lieutenant.
She entered active duty on January 11, 1976, before she was promoted to first Lieutenant following a half year of administration. By June 1978, she had obtained the position of a Captain.
Robin was discharged a month later, in spite of the fact that she remained a member from the United States Air Force Reserve, with no active duty, until 1990.
Robin Quivers Working as Co-Host in Radio
After completing full-time administration in the USAF, in 1974, Robin entered the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland. She began working as a news anchor right off the bat at WIOO radio station and afterward moved to WCMB radio.
A short time later, she worked along with DJ Johnnie Walker at WFBR. Then, she started working in the radio program "The Howard Stern Show" in 1981 till present.
Source: Howard Stern
From 1994 to 2001, the show became the top hit of the time of morning radio projects having in excess of 20 million admirers to the moment.
In any case, inappropriate, hostile, and sometimes even foul material was utilized on "The Howard Stern Show" for which she has to pay over $2.5 million fines.
Robin Quivers Performed in TV Shows and Movies
In 1993, Robin debuted as the cast of Larry Sander's Show and similarly, she also played the role of Judith in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Likewise, she also appeared as Lee Aaron in Deadly Web in 1996 and played the supporting role of Howard Stern in Private Parts in the following year. Moreover, she appeared in the show, Howard Stern on Demand, since 2010.
Robin Quivers Houses, Cars and Yacht
The 61-year-old Robin Quivers has a villa and a condo. Robin has a condo near Lincoln Center in New York, bought in May 2008, which cost around $2.45 million.
The apartment features two bedrooms, two full and one-half bathrooms, and also a health club, 24-hour concierge, wine tasting room, resident's lounge, children's playroom with outdoor area, and valet parking.
Similarly, her villa is located in Long Beach Island, New Jersey, bought in 2005 for $2,775,000. Approximately, the area covers 3,500 square foot beach house, has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The living room was built with beige tile flooring, a fireplace, and a curved wall of windows in the living room area. There’s another curved wall of windows in the dining area that’s open to the kitchen over a raised breakfast bar.
A couple of the guest bedrooms have water views, and the master has a sitting area with an amethyst inlaid fireplace, a private water-side balcony, and a suite bathroom.
Other rooms include a small, canal-view fitness room, a second level family room with yet another curved wall of windows and an upper-level wood-floored office with built-in bookcases that flank a sizable oculus-type window.
Furthermore, Robin also owns a yacht; Robin's Boat, which is white in color, kept in her beach house.
In addition, she is also a big fan of cars. Hence she has a 2004 Chevrolet Corvette C5 as well as a Chevrolet Corvette Z206, which costs $24,500. Besides, Howard gifted her a Mercedes Benz which he mentioned in his radio show.