Sixteen People In Howard Stern's Universe, From Robin Quivers to Crackhead Bob

These are the characters Stern has amassed during his three decades on the air
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Gary Dell'Abate

Dell'Abate was an intern at WNBC in 1984 when a job opened up to produce the Howard Stern show. He landed it and has been there ever since, eventually becoming a minor-celebrity due to how often Stern has put him on the air over the years. To legions of fans he's known as Baba Booey, simply because he got the name of Quick Draw McGraw's cartoon sidekick Baba Looey wrong back in 1990. Last year he released the book They Call Me Baba Booey and appeared on many national talks shows, including Late Night With David Letterman.


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