Radio Personality, Actor (born 12-Jan-1954)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Jim Cegielski. The Howard Stern Book: An Unauthorized, Unabashed, Uncensored Fan's Guide. Carol Publishing Group. 1994. 256pp.
Paul D. Colford. Howard Stern, King of All Media: The Unauthorized Biography. New York: St. Martin's Press. 1996. 271pp.
James R. Flowers. The Incredible Internet Guide to Howard Stern. National Book Network. 2000. 266pp.
Matthew Hoffman. The Completely Unauthorized Howard Stern. Courage Books. 1998. 120pp.
Luigi Lucaire. Howard Stern A to Z: The Stern Fanatic's Guide to the King of All Media. Macmillan. 1997. 250pp.
Jeff Menell. Howard Stern: Big Mouth. Kensington Publishing. 1993. 168pp.
Howard Stern. Private Parts. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1993. 446pp.
Howard Stern. Miss America. Regan Books. 1995. 482pp.
- Confessor. Feminist. Adult. What the Hell Happened to Howard Stern?
Scattered among the gleefully vulgar mainstays are now intimate exchanges that have made Mr. Stern one of the most deft interviewers in the business.
by David Segal. The New York Times, 27-Jul-2016.
- Official Website: http://www.howardstern.com/
- Twitter: @HowardStern
- YouTube: HOWARDTV
- Instagram: @sternshow
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- NNDB [link]
- Internet Movie Database [link]
- Public Information Research Namebase [link]
- Wikipedia [link]
- Library of Congress Name Authority [link]
- Britannica Almanac 2006 (p.109)
- St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture (vol.4, pp.530-32)
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