Facts of Alison Berns
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||65 years old|
|Family Name :||Berns|
|Birth Place :||United States|
|Birth Sign :||taurus|
|Birth Name||Alison Berns|
|Working For||Televisions movies|
|Net Worth||$20 million|
|Famous for||Negligee and Underpants Party|
|Married to||David Scott Simon (m. 2001) Howard Stern (m. 1978)|
|Children||Emily Beth Stern, Deborah Jennifer Stern, Ashley Jade Stern|
|Divorce||Howard Stern (D.2001)|
|Education||attended New Jersey TCNJ|
Alison Berns is an American actress known for famous movies like U.S. Open Sores, Negligee and Underpants Party and Private Parts. She has also acted in some of the Television Series. Besides her own career and professional life she is mostly known as the former wife of Howard Stern who is a famous radio and television personality and current wife of David Judah Simon, an American author, journalist, and a producer of television series. She graduated from Boston University in the field of acting and filmography.
Alison Berns Personal Life
Alison Berns was previously married to Howard Stern for twenty-three years and currently, she is in a marital relationship with David Scott Simon. Now she seems to be living a happy married life and no rumors are heard about her having additional affairs or relationships.
Berns met her future husband Howard while studying at Boston University in 1972. They have three daughters Emily Beth (born 1983), Debra Jennifer (born 1986), and Ashley Jade (born 1993).
Berns has three daughters from her previous marriage and from the new relationship she has not given birth to any baby.
Alison Berns Net Worth
Alison Berns possess an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Alison Berns Wiki-Bio
Alison Berns was born on May 26, 1954, in Massachusetts, the USA under the birth sign of Gemini. She holds the American nationality and belongs to the White ethnicity.
She has a brother named Lou Berns and a sister named Betsy Berns Stark. Alison and her sister studied at Newton North High School and completed graduation in 1972. Later, she attended Boston University and graduated in 1976.