Alison Berns & Howard Stern (photo)

On June 4, 1978, Howard Stern married Alison Berns, in Brookline, Massachusetts. Stern, a radio host, married his college sweetheart Alison Berns at Ohabei Shalom. Stern and Berns were both 24 years old at the time. Berns and Stern had their marriage ceremony at a Reform synagogue.

Alison Berns is 56 in 2010. Berns is 5 feet 6 inches tall. Berns has a slim build and light brown hair. Alison Berns celebrated her 56th birthday on May 26, having been born in 1954. Berns has Jewish roots in her ancestry.

Alison Berns graduated from Newton North High School, in Newton, Massachusetts. Berns continued her education in Boston University and Columbia University. Berns acted in Private Parts, a movie released in 1997. Berns had a role as a NBC Switchboard operator.

What is the meaning of the name Alison?
This name means beautiful, attractive, and alluring. Alison is humble enough not to fall into the trap of being narcissistic about her good fortune in physical appearance. Alison has patience and despite her youth, she is likely to wait for the right time, to get the best offer for her attention. For Alison, she waited long enough to meet the right one who came along. However, some people change over time and her marriage to Stern ended.

Alison Berns was the first wife of Howard Stern. Alison Berns was married to Howard Stern for 23 years. During the long marriage between Alison Berns and Howard Stern, they had three kids. Emily Beth Stern, Deborah Jennifer Stern and Ashley Jade Stern are the daughters of Alison Berns and Howard Stern.

When Howard Stern launched his book, “Private Parts”, in the 1990s, Alison Berns supported him. In 1994, Howard Stern campaigned briefly for the post of New York Governor but he quit as the campaign finances were a big amount. Howard Stern and Alison Berns divorced in 1999. The terms of divorce were amicable.

Updated March 16 2011 – Howard Stern said he initially blamed himself when his marriage to Alison Berns went on the rocks. He thought he was a failure as he blamed the outcome on himself. Stern admitted he was in pain after his divorce. He realized he needed answers and turned to a religion to explain why he had to go through that stage in life. Being a single, divorced father was a new experience to him. Stern said he was cut loose and started picking up women. Later, he realized he was being destructive to himself by using women as a surrogate mother figure for comfort.

Stern said he married his present wife, Beth Ostrosky, because he wanted her to understand her importance to him. He said he knew people referred to Beth as his girlfriend, or “blond bimbo”, and wanted to make her a wife to be seen as his equal.

Alison Berns

Alison Berns

Alison Berns

Alison Berns

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  1. riley

    I’d love to read a book written by Alison. She was too smart for the infantile Stern and had to have been tired of his potty jokes and obsession on sex. Who’s more malignantly self-absorbed than Howard? He put himself and his show ahead of his wife and family. Dragging Alison onto the Air, you could tell she hated it. Beth is more his speed; empty headed, lacking depth, painfully thin with bleached hair and phony breasts. We’ll never see that book becasue of all the money Howard paid her to keep quiet about their marriage.

  2. linda

    hope she took that dirtbag for everything. she deserves it putting up with him

  3. Anonymous

    She’s SO much prettier than phoney Beth! WTF Stern?!!

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