John Hein had a quite successful career in radio, having previously worked as a webmaster, maintaining, developing, publishing, and coordinating websites. The radio personality is best known for her work as associate producer on the Howard Stern Show and then as co-host of the Wrap-Up Show.
John Hein Biography
Details of Hein’s early life are not available; however, we were able to find out that the man famous for his icy behavior was born on 24 November 1967 in Hempstead, New York, USA. His ancestry is not known either, but he is ethnically white.
Jon Hein attended Half Hollow Hills High School West before enrolling at the University of Michigan in 1985 and receiving his bachelor’s degree in Communications and Media Studies in 1989. While in college, Hein joined a sketch-comedy troupe called the Comedy Company, which included actor and comedian Jon Glaser.
The couple and its other members reportedly took a year off from school and toured the United States in a minibus. Hein revealed on air that they performed in places like Walla Walla, Washington, and the School of Mines and Technology in South Dakota. No matter how rosy it may sound that the group was brave enough to make a career in comedy, Hein said that at one point things were tough for them. He said that the group had once performed in front of a crowd of just two people. But they found comfort in the fact that they were honing their craft and not letting other things get in the way.
After giving up comedy, Hein graduated from school and later founded JumpTheShark.com, a website for celebrity entertainment and news. Hein operated the site until 2006 when he sold it for a fee of about $1 million to TV Guide, the biweekly magazine for TV program listings owned by the Gemstar Media Company. Since then, however, it has been reported that Hein received a sum in the order of 5 to 10 million dollars.
John Hein quickly moved to the radio to work as an associate producer. After briefly hosting the Super Fan Roundtable, the staff at Stern chose him to co-host the Wrap-Up Show, which premiered on January 9, 2006, the first day of Howard’s move to Sirus. He received positive reviews from the audience and became a mainstay of the show.
Since becoming a presenter, John Hein has appeared on Friday morning on The Friday Show together with Gary Dell’Abate and Ralph Cirella. He has also hosted his own shows; first, the radio shows Geektime! and the Fast Food Show on Howard 101, and since 2010 he has hosted a weekly comedy show called The Bonus Show with Rachel Fine on the now-defunct Howard TV. He then began hosting Fast Food Mania on the digital, cable, and satellite channel Destination America. In the show, Hein shows his expertise in food and discusses the history of different restaurants and the preparation of different dishes.
John Hein Family – Who is His Wife?
John Hein is married to Debra Ganz, with whom he has two daughters. It’s not clear what Debra, or Debbie, as she is called by her friends and family, does for a living, but her husband looks like he adores every little bit of her. He often posts pictures of his mistress on Instagram and writes about how he stepped over his weight class to conquer a woman like her.
The couple married sometime in 1990 after they met while studying at the University of Michigan. They have been together since that time and currently live in their house on Long Island, New York.
Relationship with Howard Stern
Howard Stern is a multi-millionaire media personality who calls himself the “king of all media”. He is the host of the radio talk show “The Howard Stern Show”, in which Jon Hein works as Associate Producer. Hein also hosts the Wrap-Up Show together with the Executive Producer of the Howard Stern Show, Gary Dell’Abate. The show comes right after the main Stern show and then discusses the events of the previous show for the rest of the four-hour show on Sirius XM.
So unintentionally John Hein and Howard Stern have a professional relationship, with Hein being one of Stern’s many employees.