Who is Robin Quivers? Wiki and Bio
Robin Quivers was born on 8 August 1952, in Pikesville, Maryland, USA, which means that she is 66 years-old, her zodiac sign is Leo, and her nationality is American. She is best known as the television and radio personality recognized for her work on ’’The Howard Stern Show“. In addition, she is widely known as an author.
Net Worth and Salary
So just how rich is Robin Quivers as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this radio and television personality has a net worth of $45 million, accumulated from her four decades-long career in the previously mentioned fields. There is no indication of her current income, and she hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her assets such as houses and vehicles, but working hard, she’s certainly able to support herself financially.
Ethnicity, Background and Family
speaking about Robin’s ethnicity, she is black and has naturally dark hair and eyes, which suits her complexion perfectly. She has previously struggled with weight, but becoming a vegan, she has become fitter and has taken control of her health. She was born to Lula and Charles and has three brothers, a paternal brother named Charles and two adopted brothers. Speaking about her education, Quivers was a student of the University of Maryland, graduating in 1974 with a major in nursing. Prior to rising to fame, she worked for the military. She has previously had health issues and was overweight, and in addition she had cancer, but has apparently won that battle.
Regarding Robin’s relationship status, she previously dated a man named Tony, whom she referred to as Mr. X on her radio show. However, their relationship fell through in 2007, and she went on to date comedian Jim Florentine, who openly asked her on a date in August 2007. However, their relationship fell through as well, nonetheless, Robin is still friends with her ex. She has never been married and doesn’t have any children.
Being in the entertainment world naturally means that Robin is active on social media as well, and uses her accounts to communicate with her fans as well as to promote her work. She has over 370,000 followers on Twitter, and some of her latest posts include a tweet in which she wrote ’’Am I the only one listening to Tennis on my tv. ESPN there is no picture. Tell us when the video is coming back.“. Besides that, she often shares inspirational posts with her followers, and has recently retweeted the Dalai Lama’s reading „Inner transformation is not a matter of faith or prayer. It involves reason and the use of human intelligence. A calm and healthy mind has a very positive effect on our physical health and well-being.“ She also retweeted a post saying ’’We may say prayers when we are trying to solve the problems we face, but it is up to us to put an end to violence and bring about peace. Creating peace is our responsibility. To pray for peace while still engaging in the causes that give rise to violence is contradictory.“
Robin doesn’t have an Instagram account, which makes it harder for her fans to get in touch with her. However, she’s often featured on Stern’s Instagram account, which her fans seem to enjoy.
Robin made her acting debut in 1993, when she joined the cast of ’’The Larry Sanders Show“, and in the same year she portrayed Judith in ’’The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air“. As of 1996, she played the role of Lee Aaron in ’’Deadly Web“ and in the following year had a support role in „Private Parts“, before in 2010 beginning to work on ’’Howard Stern on Demand“.
The Howard Stern Show
Although an actress and author, Quivers is still best known for her work on ’’The Howard Stern Show“. She joined the previously mentioned radio program in 1984, and went on to achieve vast success and rise to fame thanks to it. As of today, she is one of the most important hosts of the show, in addition to Howard Stern himself and Fred Norris.
In addition to being a radio and television personality as well as an actress, Quivers is also a successful author. In 1995, she wrote the book entitled ’’Quivers: A Life“, and later on ’’The Vegucation of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life“. She used writing as a medium to share her story and her message, hoping to have an influence on her readers.