|Born||January 12, 1954|
|Birthplace||Queens, New York, New York|
Howard Stern is an American radio host who was born in Queens, New York, New York on January 12, 1954. Howard Stern's recent TV credits include America's Got Talent and Jimmy Kimmel Live. To Be Takei (2014) and The Love We Make (2011) are some movies in Howard Stern's recent filmography. Howard Stern has a somewhat modest following on Spotify with only about 3,400 followers and a popularity score of 32 out of 100 as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "Tortured Man" from the album Howard Stern: Private Parts (The Album) [Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture].
Howard Stern TV Shows
|America's Got Talent|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live|
|Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee|
|Late Night With Jimmy Fallon|
|Late Show With David Letterman|
As of 2018, Howard Stern has contributed to about 9 TV shows. Some of the most recent Howard Stern TV appearances include America's Got Talent, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. In 2016, Howard Stern was a judge on America's Got Talent. He was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2015 and he appeared on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee in 2014.
Howard Stern Movies
|To Be Takei||2014|
|The Love We Make||2011|
There are about 7 movies featuring Howard Stern as of 2018. Some of the most recent Howard Stern movies include To Be Takei, The Love We Make, and Unlawful Killing. To Be Takei was released in 2014. The Love We Make was released in 2011. Unlawful Killing was also released in 2011.
Howard Stern Popular Songs
Howard Stern: Private Parts (The Album) [Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture]
As of 2018, Howard Stern has 3,400 followers and a popularity score of 32 on Spotify. Howard Stern: Private Parts (The Album) [Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture] is a popular album by Howard Stern. Notable tracks from this album include Tortured Man. Tortured Man has a popularity score of 10 out of 100, making it the most popular track from Howard Stern. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.