Robin Quivers’ Net Worth and Introduction
Robin Quivers is a well-known American Radio personality, an actress and a celebrated author with a net worth of $50 million. She got worldwide fame by co-hosting The Howard Stern Show.
Net worth : $50 million
Full name : Robin Ophelia Quivers
Date of Birth : 8th August, 1952
Height : 5ft 5in (1.67 meters)
Profession : Personality, Nurse, Actor, Radio, Author
Celebrity name : Robin Quivers
Birth place : Maryland, United States
Weight : 70 kg
Sexual orientation : Straight
Marital status : Single
Nationality : American
Details of her salary and net worth
Robin Quivers has a net worth of $50 million as of April 2020. A huge chunk of her net worth comes from the salary she draws for the ‘The Howard Stern Show.’ Her annual salary from the show which also is her major source of wealth is estimated at $10 million per year.
A Peak Into Her Early Life
Robin Quivers was born on 8th August 1952. She was raised by her father Charles Quivers Sr. and her mother Lula Louise Quivers in Pikesville, Maryland. Lula lived as a housewife while Charles worked as a steelworker. She went to the University of Maryland and did her major in the field of nursing. After completing her graduation, she got a job in US Air Force. She had been promoted as a captain before she left active duty.
Details of Her Personal Life
Robin has never been open about her love life that’s why people know very little about her. She remained in a long-term relationship with her boyfriend. They split in 2007 after staying committed to each other for ten long years. After her breakup, she started dating Jim Florentine but split up after a year. Rumors kept spinning across the media that she had been sharing a romantic relationship with Howard Stern, but no one could prove it with concrete evidence. Even if there was something intimate between them, they remained tight-lipped. What we know is that they were good coworkers and friends.
She also never opened up about her health issues except the fact that she turned vegan and lost 60 pounds. She enjoyed an adventure-filled lifestyle, taking part in Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race that was arranged in 2007, and grabbing the fourteenth position. She also joined UN’s The Girl Fund program to support women’s education across the world. She had great passion for girls’ education that’s why she founded 15 Foundation to improve the quality of education for girls and operate food programs for the youth in the United States.
When she left active duty in the United States Air Force, Quivers got back to Baltimore, where she got admission to the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland. During her study period, she also worked in a hospital. After finishing her degree, she started working as a newscaster at Country Gold FM & AM (WIOO) in Pennsylvania. She remained at WIOO for a week, and joined WCBM, radio station in Harrisburg, which paid her better. She kept that position for around six months and left to fill in a position at WFBR which was located in Baltimore, her hometown. After that she received another offer from WWDC, which was launching a morning show. She filled the role as a news anchor.
Robin recalls nearly turning down the offer because she was feeling reluctant. There is no question that radio contributed to Robin Quivers’ net worth. The amount of fame she achieved was unmatched by other radio personalities. Her stardom and fame at the mainstream television increased by several folds after she made a name for herself at radio.
After switching from one job to another, finally she landed a job opportunity at the Howard Stern Show as a co-host. Robin developed a brilliantly productive on-screen chemistry with Howard Stern. She had a role of an anchor who sat at a news desk, but it was the unique interaction between the two which increased the popularity of the show. She added a matchless crude humor to the show and audience loved that. Audience and critics often dubbed her as the conscience of the show.
The Books Robin Wrote
Robin Quivers authored two books. The first one with the title Quivers: A Life hit the shelves of book stores in 1995. She confessed in her book that she was subjected to sexual abuse throughout her childhood. Her second book titled as The Vegucation of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life went on sale in 2014. The book was about the changes she went through by turning to vegan diet. Robin enjoys a huge fan base due to her quick-witted presentation.
Robin Quiver’s Social Media Presence
Robin Quivers is active on Twitter with 384k followers. She doesn’t have accounts on Facebook and Instagram.
Robin Quiver’s Awards & Achievements
Although Robin Quivers had been immensely popular among the audience, she never won any National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) award. In 2017, she got inducted into NAB’s Hall of Fame. She did win an award in 2014 but it was for her book The Vegucation of Robin. The award was titled as NAACP Image Award and was presented at the 45th session of the NAACP Image Awards.
A Long Tale Of Pain: How She Survived A Deadly Cancer!
In the early days of 2012, Robin Quivers found out that she had developed endometrial cancer. Quivers had a tumor which she describes has a size of grapefruit. In 2012, she left her job to go through a surgery in order to rid of the tumor from the bladder that had made her life a hell of pain. She also underwent chemotherapy and radiation to get over cancer. After a slight recovery, she started working through telephone. This was her level of commitment with her job. In later 2013, Quivers learned that her cancer was receding. From then on, she adopted an active role on the show and her fans loved her more.
Robin Quivers’ Favorite Quotes
“Changing my body has given me the ability to do all these amazing things that I never in a million years imagined I could do.”
“Over the years, people have often said to us that they were going through some horrible thing in their life – maybe the worst thing that had ever happened, or that they could think would ever happen – and that, somehow, in that state, we made them laugh. And I was like, ‘That’s a wonderful calling.’”