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- Date of Birth:
- August 8, 1952
Robin Quivers (born Robin Ophelia Quivers in Pikesville, Maryland on August 8, 1952) is an American radio personality and author. She is best known as being Howard Stern‘s co-host on his radio show, The Howard Stern Show, since 1981. She majored in nursing at the University of Maryland, and then in 1975 joined the U.S. Air Force. After she was discharged, she got her first radio personality position in 1979 as a newscaster in Pennsylvania. She had breast reduction surgery in 1990, and in 1995 wrote her autobiography, titled Quivers: A Life. She came forth in 2013 and admitted on air that she survived cancer, undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments for a year without many people knowing.
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Robin Quivers is best known for her sense of humor and bold personality as a news anchor and co-host on The Howard Stern Show.
Robin Quivers is single, although she did have a long-term relationship from the mid-1990s to 2007 with her boyfriend Tony, who was always referred to as “Mr. X” on air. She currently lives in Manhattan.