Robin Quivers, who is famous for acting as a co-host for two decades on the popular The Howard Stern Radio Show and one of the wealthiest women radio personalities is worth $45 million. Quivers also enjoys royalties from the sales of her books. Quivers has acted in movies and made a guest appearance on various TV shows.

Early Life

Robin Ophelia Quivers was born in Pikesville, Maryland, U.S. Quivers attended the University of Maryland and graduated with a major in nursing. She also attended Broadcasting Institute of Maryland.

Quivers has various hobbies including race car driving. She even competed in the 2007 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race and finished in 14th place out of 17.

Career

Nursing

Quivers initially worked at the Maryland Shock Trauma facility of the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services System. She then joined United States Air Force in 1975 as a second lieutenant. She was promoted to the first lieutenant within six months of service, and she acquired the rank of captain in 1978. Within a month, Quivers was discharged, though she remained a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserve, with no active duty, until 1990.

Radio

Quivers began her journey in the radio industry as a newscaster at WIOO in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, followed by WCMB in nearby Harrisburg. She then moved to Baltimore and worked as a consumer reporter at WFBR, where she also read newscasts with morning disc jockey Johnny Walker.

In 2012, Quivers announced that she needed to have surgery to remove a tumor from her bladder. After 17 months, Quivers returned to the studio in 2013 after successful surgery.

Films and TV shows

Quivers has appeared in movies and TV shows like Howard Stern on Demand, Private Parts, Deadly Web, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and The Larry Sanders Show. She has also made guest appearances on Then and Now with Andy Cohen, The Talk, Today, The Dr. Oz Show, Wendy: The Wendy Williams Show, Unlawful Killing, Jeopardy, 60 Minutes, Howard Stern’s Butt Bongo Fiesta and Neglige and Underpants Party.

Books

Quivers is also an author of “Quivers: A Life” which was published in 1995 and “The Vegucation of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life” published in 2014.

In 2014, Quivers received NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Literary Work for her book “The Vegucation of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life.”

Near Death Experience

Quivers was once involved in a hit and run and was almost killed. Apparently, a 50-year-old man, who had lost control slammed into Quivers’ car and took off. The cops, however, managed to find him and ticketed him.

Robin Quivers Net Worth

Quivers’ net worth is estimated at $45 million. Quivers, who has earned a broad fan base with her wit, draws a salary of around $10 million annually.

Houses and Cars

She currently resides in her Condo in Manhattan, New York. The condo features two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms. It also has various other amenities like a health club, 24-hour concierge, wine tasting room, resident’s lounge, children’s playroom and a valet parking. She also owns a house in Beach Haven, New Jersey which she purchased for $3,388,800 in 2013.

She drives a Mercedes Benz SL55, which was bought by her co-host Howard Stern, in appreciation of her work.

Philanthropy

Quivers works with the United Nations organized program “The Girl Fund” which advocates educating girls in countries where they are often exploited.

She is the founder of “15 Foundation”, a non-profit organization that aids the endeavors of other organizations such as United Nations Girl Fund, Boys and Girls Club of Miami Beach, New Jersey Seeds, FamilyCook Productions and the Sylvia Center.

Conclusion

Robin Quivers, the 65-year-old radio personality has come a long way in her career and has earned a wide fan base in America for her wit and good spirits. Quivers has gone through traumatic experiences like being sexually assaulted by her father during her preteens and fighting a tumor. When she served as a nurse in the army, she stated that the job was a shock trauma and that she had to witness unpleasantness all the time. Fighting against all the odds, Quivers has survived as the radio host for over three decades and also is one of the most influential radio personalities today.