Howie Carr Biography
Howie Carr is an American journalist, political author, news reporter, writer as well as conservative radio talk-show host. Presently, works as the host of The Howie Carr Show arising from his studios based in Wellesley, MA. He writes 3 columns per week for the Boston Herald.
Howie Carr Age
Howie Carr was born on 17th January 1952, in Portland, Maine, United States of America. He is 70 years old.
Howie Carr Height
Howie is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx. 1.77 m).
Howie Carr Family
Howie was born to his caring and supportive parents Frances Stokes Sutton and Howard Louis Carr Sr in Portland, Maine. His mother served as a secretary to a local CEO while his dad served at Greensboro, North Carolina, and The Breakers Palm Beach. Later, his mum got a job as the assistant to the headmaster at Deerfield Academy located in Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Howie Carr Education
Howie joined and graduated from Deerfield Academy. Later on, he attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he graduated in 1973. While there, Howie wrote for the student newspaper, The Daily Tar Heel, and was an active member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Howie Carr Wife
He is happily hitched to his beloved wife named Kathy Stimpson, who is a Wellesley realtor. The pair exchanged their wedding vows in 1993 and they are blessed with three beautiful daughters Charlotte, Christina, and Carolyn.
Howie Carr Salary
He receives an ample salary of $450,000 per annum.
Howie Carr’s Net Worth
Howie Carr has amassed a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $15 million.
Howie Carr Career
He has hosted local Boston weekday radio talk shows on WRKO AM 680 since the 1980s. As of now, Howie works as the host of The Howie Carr Show arising from his studios based in Wellesley, MA. The show can be heard elsewhere via live streaming on HowieCarrShow.com and has since become syndicated on more than twenty-five radio stations all over central and northern New England.
Howie left syndicator Entercom Communications and launched his own Howie Radio Network in November 2014. The pay television channel Newsmax TV began to simulcast the show in September 2016. He has filled for numerous nationally syndicated talk show hosts, such as Mark Levin and Dennis Miller. Moreover, Howie worked for Boston television stations WLVI and WGBH-TV as a reporter and commentator.
He writes 3 columns per week for the Boston Herald. Howie kicked off his journalism career as a reporter for the Winston-Salem Journal, prior to moving back to New England as assistant city editor for the Boston Herald in the year 1979. Howie and the Boston Herald became the subjects of a lawsuit by Superior Court Judge Ernest Murphy in 2002.