Robin Quivers net worth and salary: Robon Quivers is an American radio host who has a net worth of $45 million and an annual salary of $10 million. Born and raised in Baltimore area, Quivers set initially set out to be a nurse, earning her degree from University of Maryland in 1974. After a brief stint at Maryland Shock Trauma center, Quivers enlisted in the United States Air Force where she made Captain in three years time before being discharged. Within a year of attending the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland, Quivers took her first radio position in Pennsylvania, but eventually returned to Baltimore where she landed a job as a consumer reporter for WFBR. Quivers soon left to join WWDC where, in March of 1981, she joined the recently hired Howard Stern for the DC-101 morning show. Wildly popular from the beginning, Quivers and Stern left Baltimore just fifteen months later for WNBC in New York City. Three years later, The Howard Stern Show moved to WXRK (K-Rock), where it remained for twenty years before moving to Sirius Satellite Radio where the show currently airs. Quivers has appeared on the sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Deadly Web, a made for TV movie. Quivers has also made many self appearances, from guest spots on Larry King Live, The View, 60 Minutes to the feature film Private Parts, a well received biopic based on Howard Stern's first autobiography. Quivers released her own autobiography, Quivers: A Life in April of 1995.
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Date of Birth
Aug 8, 1952 (63 years old)
Nurse, Radio personality, Actor, Author
United States of America
5 ft 5 in (1.67 m)
Robin Ophelia Quivers, Robyn Quivers, Robin
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