Deborah Jennifer Stern Wiki Bio
Deborah Jennifer Stern was born in New York City, USA, on 9 May 1986 – her zodiac sign is Taurus and she holds American nationality. She is an actress, but who might be known best for being the daughter of Howard Stern, an American author and radio and TV personality.
Childhood and education
Deborah was raised alongside her older sister Emily Beth Stern and younger sister Ashley Jane Stern in the USA by their father and their mother Alison Stern, an American actress known for her portrayal of NBC Switchboard Operator in the 1997 biographical comedy movie “Private Parts”.
Deborah was 13 when her parents separated and their divorce was finalized in 2001 – this wasn’t easy for Deborah who had to be comforted by her sisters. She attended a local high school at which she became interested in acting, and joined the school’s drama club – at first, Deborah used acting to take her mind off other things, but eventually fell in love with it. Upon matriculating in 2004, she enrolled at a college from which she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in humanitarian services, and went on to gain her Master of Arts in Teaching degree from the University of Chicago, Pennsylvania campus – Deborah was also granted her Ph.D., becoming an independent education consultant.
Career as an actress
She made her debut TV series appearance in 1990, when cast to play Teen Babe in the episode “Operation Kubiak” of the fantasy comedy “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose”, created by Lon Diamond and Clyde Phillips, and which starred Corin Nemec, Billy Jayne and Troy W. Slaten – it’s about high school kids who are great at causing problems. The series was nominated for eight awards.
In 1991, she made her debut film appearance portraying Showgirl, New York in the musical comedy “For the Boys”. written by Neal Jimenez and Lindy Laub, directed by Mark Rydell, and which starred Bette Midler, James Caan and George Segal – it follows Dixie Leonard and Eddie Sparks who are entertaining American soldiers during World War II.
In the same year, Deborah played Shelly Mammarosa in the musical horror comedy film “Nudist Colony of the Dead”, but which received poor reviews, and her final acting credit was in 1998, when she played Mrs. Waltman in the family comedy movie “Wide Awake” written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan and which is about a 10 years old boy who, after the death of his grandfather, goes on a quest to find God.
Deborah has also appeared in the documentary film “Invasion of the Scream Queens” and has received special thanks for all seven episodes of the mini-series “W.I.L.D.” – in 1991, she worked as a choreographer for “Nudist Colony of the Dead”.
Details of her career over the last 20 years since giving-up acting are somewhat sketchy.
First she concentrated on completing her education, but in the last decade has founded and is running her business, Deborah Stern Associates. What exactly she does is obscure, but presumably in the teaching profession, and judging from her estimated net worth quite lucrative.
Love life and relationships
Deborah is quite secretive when it comes to her love life but it is known that she exchanged vows with her other half, Collin Christy back on 8 October 2016 in California – the two dated for around five years before marrying. Collin is a businessman who is the owner of the company GeoEx (Geographic Expeditions) and is credited with founding the company Hapa Inaba Designs as well. It appears as the two have decided not to have children but to rather focus on their careers.
Deborah hasn’t talked about any other men she might have dated and as of November 2020, she is married and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Deborah is leading a healthy life and is advising people to eat healthy food and exercise on a daily basis – she mostly uses her Instagram account to give out advice and onto it uploads pictures of recipes as well as pictures taken during her workouts. She has several training sessions at the gym each week while Deborah also trains at her home.
She is keen on travelling and has been to many USA states while it is not known whether or not she has had an opportunity to travel overseas.
She is a huge lover of animals and has a pet dog while she’s advising people not to go to zoos, to adopt animals rather than to buy them and to not mistreat animals.
In her spare time, Deborah is keen on watching movies and her favorite actor and actress are Richard Gere and Julia Roberts while a couple of her favorite movies are “Hachiko: A Dog’s Tale”, “Pretty Woman” and “The Runaway Bride”.
Age, height and net worth
Deborah’s age is 34. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 6ft (1.83m) and she weighs around 150lbs (68kgs). As of November 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $5 million, with current income of over $500,000 a year. Her father’s net worth is reputedly over $650 million.
Who is Deborah’s father Howard Stern?
Howard Allan Stern was born in New York City, USA on 12 January 1954 – his zodiac sign is Capricorn and he holds American nationality.
He is perhaps known best for his own radio show “The Howard Stern Show” which aired from 1986 to 2005 on terrestrial radio before being moved to Sirius XM Satellite Radio.
He was raised alongside his older sister Ellen by their father Ben who was in the US Army and who later founded the company Aura Recording Inc. and their mother Ray who was an office clerk before becoming a housewife. Howard was raised on Long Island where he enrolled at Washington-Rose Elementary School before moving to Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School. He started playing the piano at the age of five, and during his high school years was a member of a band with his two best friends – he was also very young when he decided he wanted to be a radio star.
Howard’s father made him a small studio in their basement comprising a tape machine, turntable and a microphone, which Howard then used to record his prank calls, commercials and sketches. He was offered a scholarship from Elmira College, but instead chose to enroll at Boston University and pursued a degree in communications.
He launched his career while still at college, as he worked for the radio station WTBU, and went on to create his own show “The King Schmaltz Bagel Hour” with his three college friends. During those years, Howard was often smoking weed, taking LSD and Quaaludes, but still obtained his radio-telephone operator license from the Radio Engineering Institute of Electronics, and then started working at WNTN radio station.
He went on to work at various stations such as WWWW (now WLLZ), WWDC and WNBC, while declining offers from numerous other stations which he believed would offer him little freedom in his job.
After he started hosting his own “The Howard Stern Show”, he named himself ‘King of All Media’, and released his book “Private Parts” on 7 October 1993, which was a big commercial success as the first 225,000 copies were sold in only a couple of hours, and a million copies in two weeks.
He announced on 22 March 1994 that he was going to become a candidate for Governor of New York, but after winning the first round with 287 out of 381 votes, he had to complete a financial disclosure which he declined to do and thus withdrew from the race. Howard had promised to bring back the death penalty and remove highway tolls if he had become Governor.
He founded his own Howard Stern Production Company in June 1994, and then on 7 November 1995 released his second book “Miss America”. His book “Private Parts” was turned into a movie and premiered on 27 February 1997, becoming a hit and grossing over $41 million in the USA.
He continued to be very active in various fields for the following two decades and on 14 May 2019, Howard released his third book “Howard Stern Comes Again”.
After his divorce from Deborah’s mother, Howard dated the American actress Angela Kay Everhart, and the American model Robin Simone Givens, then in 2000 he started seeing the TV host Beth Ostrosky, whom he married on 3 October 2008 – they have since been together without any rumors or controversies surrounding their marriage.
Howard has been practicing Transcendental Meditation since the early ‘70s, and it has helped him stop smoking, bring an end to his obsessive-compulsive disorder, and help his mother beat depression.