Howard Allen Stern is an outrageous and scandalous radio host who does not accept censorship. The secret of his success is simple — he always remains himself.
Let’s see how Howard looked in his youth and how his appearance changed after plastic surgery and botox injections.
Howard Stern in his youth
The master of prying out the juicy details of the life of celebrities was born on January 12, 1954 in New York. His parents Ben and Ray are Jews by nationality, and his grandparents emigrated from Poland.
Stern’s father had a great influence on his choice of profession. Already at the age of 5, Howard dreamed of working on the radio. The father, noticing his son’s desire, installed sound recording equipment on the basement floor of the house.
At the dawn of his career, Stern was a tall, thin guy and caused doubts among employers. Nevertheless, he was moving along the chosen path. As a result, he became the most paid radio host in America. In 1992-1993, he got a chance to prove himself on television in the late-night show “Interview with Howard Stern”.
Howard, known for his scandalous reputation, tried himself in various roles. His list of professions included disc jockey, actor, screenwriter, writer, TV presenter. The public’s attitude towards him is twofold: some hate him, others adore him. But there is no doubt that Stern leaves no one indifferent.
Howard realized his dream of becoming a popular presenter. With the growth of his wealth and fame in the early 2000s, Stern decided to change his appearance. Howard has repeatedly turned to the services of plastic surgeons. Stern had a nose job, a facelift, and chin liposuction.
Botox injections and facelift of the popular American TV presenter did not go unnoticed. As soon as he bragged about his “new face” on the Web, the fans were worried. The only thing that fans approved of was the nose after rhinoplasty.
Also, some fans of the star suggest that he had a hair transplant operation. Looking at the photo of Stern, it is impossible not to admire his lush hair on his head, but it is definitely impossible to say that thick hair is the merit of doctors, and not good genetics.