Born In: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Beth Ostrosky Stern is an American model, actor, animal rights activist, and author. She was born in Pittsburgh but later moved to New York to begin her career as a model. She bagged some lucrative assignments as a lingerie model. She appeared on the cover of FHM magazine and was featured on Maxim's Hot 100 list. Her first film role was in the 1996 film Flirting with Disaster. She has also appeared in the movie Whipped and the series All My Children among other screen projects. Following the death of her pet bulldog Bianca in 2012, Beth became a volunteer for North Shore Animal League America, a no-kill animal shelter. Beth has now opened her home for foster cats and works actively to get them adopted. She also uses her Instagram account for this purpose. She has also authored several books. She and her husband, radio personality Howard Stern, now live on Long Island and co-own two more homes.
Also Known As: Beth Ostrosky
Spouse/Ex-: Howard Stern (m. 2008)
father: Robert Ostrosky
mother: Judy Ostrosky
Born Country: United States
U.S. State: Pennsylvania
Ancestry: Polish American
City: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
education: University Of Pittsburgh
Beth Ostrosky Stern was born Elizabeth Anne Ostrosky, on July 15, 1972, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. Beth’s mother, Judy (née Jarema), worked as a model. Beth’s father, Robert Ostrosky, is a renowned dentist
Beth grew up in a Roman Catholic household, with her two brothers. She is popularly known by her nicknames, “Beth O.” and “Beth.”
Beth graduated from the Fox Chapel High School in Pennsylvania. She then joined the University of Pittsburgh, where she studied for 3 years. However, she eventually left for New York City to start a career in modeling.
Beth Ostrosky Stern had begun modeling when she was still in high school. After moving to New York City, she earned many lucrative modeling campaigns from big fashion houses in the early 2000s.
In fact, while modeling, Beth was scouted by several talent agents who offered her minor roles in films and TV ads.
In 2005, she ranked 34 on the For Him Magazine (FHM) list of the 100 Sexiest Women in the World. In 2006, she was placed at the 25th spot on the same list. She has also appeared on the same list in the years 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2007. She was also placed at the 96th spot on AskMen.com’s list of the Most Desirable Women in 2007.
She was also featured on the FHM pin-up calendar in 2005. Entertainment Tonight voted her as one of New York’s most powerful women.
In 2014, she was placed at number 98 on Maxim's Hot 100 list. She ranked 14th on Arabian Maxim's Hot 100 list of 2009.
As a model, she mostly appeared in lingerie ads for Ames stores and the magazines Auto Trader & Pennysaver.
In 1996, Beth bagged her first prominent movie role, appearing as Jane, with Ben Stiller, in the film Flirting with Disaster. She then appeared as a bar girl in Whipped, with Amanda Peet, in 2000.
On TV, she was seen in a season of the G4 show Filter. She was also featured in the Spike TV (now Paramount Network) series Casino Cinema.
In 2002, she appeared as a waitress in an episode of the series All My Children. The same year, she was seen as Candy Canyon in the film The End of the Bar.
The following year, she appeared as a parishioner in the short Another Night and as Joelle in the series Less Than Perfect.
In 2007, she appeared on Saturday Morning. In 2016, she was seen in the series Nightcap. In 2020, she appeared in the short Train: Rescue Dogs.
Beth Ostrosky Stern is married to radio personality Howard Stern. Howard proposed to Beth on February 13, 2007, after they had dated for 7 years. The engagement ring he gave her was a 5.2 carat diamond ring.
Their wedding was held on October 3, 2008, at the Le Cirque restaurant in New York City. The event was officiated by actor Mark Consuelos.
Beth and Howard now live in the Town of Southampton on Long Island and own two other homes, one in Manhattan and the other in Palm Beach, Florida.
Beth is the stepmother of Emily, Debra, and Ashley, the three daughters of Howard from his previous marriage.
Following the 9/11 tragedy, Beth Ostrosky Stern worked as a “Ground Zero” volunteer.
On September 4, 2019, Beth Ostrosky Stern was diagnosed with fibroadenoma. Six months prior to that, during a routine mammogram, she had found out she had a lump in her breast. She was scared that she might have breast cancer, but a re-check after a few months confirmed it was not a malignant or cancerous tumor.
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