Beth Ostrosky Stern
|Born||Elizabeth Anne Ostrosky
July 15, 1972 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Howard Stern (m. 2008)|
She attended Fox Chapel High School in suburban Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania, and went on to study English Literature at the University of Pittsburgh where she was a member of the Delta Delta Delta (Tri-Delt) sorority.
Ostrosky worked as a model while in high school. She moved from Pittsburgh to New York City to pursue her modeling career soon after and worked for several of the fashion houses in NYC in the early 2000s. Soon after her arrival in New York City, talent scouts began to take notice of Stern, and offered her small parts in movies and television ad campaigns.
She received her first noticeable role as one of the daughters of Ben Stiller's supposed birth parents in the 1996 film, Flirting with Disaster. Stern played a more prominent role four years later, in the film Whipped, with Amanda Peet. Ostrosky has also appeared on television, appearing in the final season of G4 show Filter, and the Spike TV series Casino Cinema.
She has appeared in her own line of calendars, as well as on the covers of several magazines. She has been on the cover of FHM three times. Votes from the readers of For Him Magazine ("FHM") placed Stern among FHM's 100 Sexiest Women of the Year in 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2007( #76). AskMen.com placed Stern 96th in its list of the Most Desirable Women for 2007.[volume & issue needed] She is signed to Click Models, in Boston and New York City.
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