Arthur Steven Lange (born October 11, 1967 in Union, New Jersey) is an American television and movie actor, stand up comedian and radio personality, who can be heard daily on The Howard Stern Show on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 100. He is Italian-American, but also has considerable Native American ancestry. Lange is best known for taking over Jackie Martling's vacated seat on The Howard Stern Show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Artie Lange"
Lester Green (born June 2, 1968, in Browns Mills, New Jersey, USA), also known as Beetlejuice, is a recurring guest on Howard Stern's radio show who has also appeared in several movies and music videos. He suffers from microcephaly, an abnormally small head and brain. In his case, this is accompanied by mental retardation and small stature (4' 3"), though he does not have the disproportionate limb size associated with dwarfism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beetlejuice (entertainer)"
Benjy Bronk (born Benjamin Ron Bronk) is an assistant producer, comedian and writer for The Howard Stern Show. He started out as a pre-interviewer and fact finder for guests appearing on the show. Benjy now sits in the studio behind Artie Lange, taking the " Jackie role" of writing jokes and funny lines for Howard as the show happens. Benjy is a past FME winner for a phonecall he made to an elderly woman in which he pretended to be Bill Clinton and they had phone sex. ...more on Wikipedia about "Benjy Bronk"
Beth Ostrosky (born July 15, 1972) is an American model who became known by the public for being the girlfriend of radio personality Howard Stern. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beth Ostrosky"
Billy West (born April 16 1952 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American voice actor, best known for his roles in Ren and Stimpy and Futurama. He voiced Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd in the 1996 feature Space Jam and had a full-time stint on The Howard Stern Show. His work also includes voices on The Adventures Of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, and the original (Nickelodeon) version of Doug. He and Joe Alaskey are known as the best voice actors who can impersonate Mel Blanc in his best years of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and other characters from Warner Bros. cartoons. He also took over the role of Lil Gruesome and Muttley in Wacky Races video game. ...more on Wikipedia about "Billy West"
Blumpkin is a word used on air by Howard Stern in a 2001 broadcast. He explained it as follows: ...more on Wikipedia about "Blumpkin"
Craig Gass, born in New York state, is an American stand-up comedian known for his impressions of celebrities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Craig Gass" Enjoy www.shortopedia.com. shortopedia
Fred Norris (born Fred Leo Nukis July 9, 1955 in Willimantic, Connecticut) is a radio personality on the Howard Stern show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fred Norris"
Gary Patrick Dell'Abate (born March 14, 1961 in Uniondale, Long Island, New York) is the producer of the Howard Stern radio show. His nickname "Baba Booey" (sometimes mis-spelled "Ba Ba Booey"), frequently used on Stern's show, originated in 1987 when Dell'Abate (at that time called "Boy Gary") was telling the story of his prized collection of Animation cells, and in the course of discussing a Quick Draw McGraw cell he was considering buying mis-stated " Baba Looey", the name of McGraw's sidekick, under the wrong impression that Baba Booey was the character's name. As is typical on the show, the rest of the cast "goofed" on his mistake, becoming especially merciless since Gary was considering purchasing a cell of a character without even knowing the character's correct name. Dell'Abate said something to the effect that they would forget the name by the next day, yet nearly two decades have passed and it is still his nickname. The sound bite of him saying "Baba Booey" from that 1987 broadcast is still used frequently on the show to this day, often whenever Dell'Abate is mentioned. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Dell'Abate"
George Hosato Takei (pronounced "ta-KAY") (born April 20, 1937 in Los Angeles, California) is a Japanese-American actor. He is most famous for his role in the TV series Star Trek, in which he played the helmsman Hikaru Sulu on the USS Enterprise. On January 9, 2006, Takei became the announcer for The Howard Stern Show, after that show's move to satellite radio. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Takei"
Houston (born Kimberly Halsey on March 24, 1969 in Long Beach, California) is an American porn star. She is sometimes credited as Kim Halsey. ...more on Wikipedia about "Houston (porn star)"
Howard 100 is the name of the primary station that Howard Stern has been programming on Sirius Satellite Radio since October 2005. The channel officially launched on January 9 2006 with four shows on the schedule; The Howard Stern Show, Bubba the Love Sponge Show, The Wrap Up Show, and Howard 100 News. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howard 100"
Howard Allan Stern (born January 12, 1954) is an American radio and TV personality, humorist and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howard Stern"
Howard Stern's New Year's Rotten Eve was a two hour pay-per-view special that aired on New Year's Eve 1993 and New Year's Day 1994 and was hosted by radio talk show host Howard Stern. Included in the show were parodies of Michael Jackson and Jerry Seinfeld, a song by Howard Stern Show producer Gary Dell'Abate called "Doing the Bababooey," and a mock beauty pageant resulting in the crowning of the show's first Miss Howard Stern. The celebrity judges for the pageant were Daniel Carver, John Bobbitt, Sherman Hemsley, Mark Hamill, Tiny Tim and Joe Frazier. One of the constestants, Debbie the Space Alien, committed suicide less than two years after the broadcast. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howard Stern's New Year's Rotten Eve"
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Kyle Casey (K.C.) Armstrong (born July 17, 1975) is an actor, amateur bodybuilder, model, and comedian. ...more on Wikipedia about "KC Armstrong"
Pat Cooper (born Pasquale Caputo July 31, 1929 in Brooklyn, New York) is an Italian-American comedian. Cooper is primarily known for his stand up routines, where he often makes reference to his Italian heritage. He was also a frequent guest on many radio shows in the 1980s, in particular, the Howard Stern show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pat Cooper"
Richard Christy (born April 1, 1974, Fort Scott, Kansas) is an American drummer who currently works as a contributor on the Howard Stern Radio Show. He earned the position after winning the "Win John's Job" contest, initiated after Stuttering John left the show to work as the announcer for The Tonight Show. On the Stern Show, Christy is often referred to as Creepy Christy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Richard Christy"
Robert Schimmel is an Jewish American stand-up comedian, whose material is often X-rated and controversial. He cites Lenny Bruce as his all-time comedy hero. Schimmel's material almost always pertains to sex, whether he is discussing computers, his daughter, or animals. Schimmel is well-liked among stand-up comedians, but his material is so raw that it usually only airs on cable channels such as HBO and Showtime. Schimmel's comedy style is blunt and unflinching, in some ways similar to the "no-nonsense" blue-collar attitudes of Denis Leary and Andrew Dice Clay. However, his personality is more gentle and likable than those comedians, and he seems more melancholy than angry or caustic. He combines the filthy mouth of George Carlin with the sad, world-weary demeanor of Steven Wright. His affinity for Lenny Bruce's frantic philosophical ramblings is evident in his approach to storytelling and his enthusiam for sharing personal experiences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Robert Schimmel"
Robin Ophelia Quivers (born August 8, 1952, in Baltimore, Maryland) is a talk show host and one of Howard Stern's sidekicks on his morning radio show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Robin Quivers"
Sal Calabro, M.D., is a plastic surgeon whose practice is located in Philadelphia and who is famous for performing breast implants and other cosmetic surgery for people, mostly women, who have appeared on the Howard Stern radio show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sal Calabro"
Salvatore "the Stockbroker" Governale is an American radio personality who currently works as a writer on the Howard Stern radio show. In the past he has worked for several defunct brokerage firms, including Duke & Co., Inc and Millennium Security Company. Prior to that he worked for several companies, including high pressure telemarketing firms that were later charged with deceptive or fraudulent business practices. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sal the Stockbroker"
Stern Fan Network ** is a popular Howard Stern fan forum. When Howard Stern launched his two channels on Sirius Satellite Radio the Stern Fan Network became very popular to not only the fans, but the show staff. Members of the site became frequent guests on Howard 100 News and Superfan Roundtable. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stern Fan Network"
Superfan Roundtable is a radio show on Sirius Satellite Radio where 'superfans' of the Howard Stern Show discuss various topics about the show. Superfan Roundtable can be heard live on Howard 100 every thursday at 7:00PM EST and on Howard 101 at 6:00PM PST. Superfan Roundtable is hosted by Mutt, owner of the Stern Fan Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Superfan Roundtable"
Tabitha Stevens (born in Long Island, New York, February 16, 1970) is an American porn star. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tabitha Stevens"
The Wack Pack is the name given to a wide assortment of regular guests of the Howard Stern Radio Show. The name is a parody of The Rat Pack. They are among the most memorable of Stern's guests and often receive more airtime than celebrity guests. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Wack Pack"
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