Sal Governale is a New York-based actor and producer who is well-known among the Howard Stern Show’s listeners and viewers.
Sal Governale Career Details
The New York native carved a niche with a segment called “Phony Phone Calls,” which he co-hosted with his close buddy Richard Cristy. Howard Stern has praised the pair for reviving his radio show. Fans, unsurprisingly, feel the same way.
al also has a YouTube channel called “Big Meals, Small Places with Sal Governale,” which he runs in addition to his radio show. His YouTube account, which he launched in August 2013, now has over 19K followers and 2 million views.
Sal Governale Dating History And Marriage Details
Sal and Richard are accused of being a secret homosexual couple due to their evident connection. The former could not be more straight.
Sal is a married father of three children. In 1999, he and his wife Christine Governale had their first child. The couple’s middle kid came two years later. When Christine gave birth to her third child in 2003, the family became a five-person unit.
Sal and the mother of his three children married in 1996. The prior history of the married couple is unknown.
His wife, like him, has a distinguished career. Christine works at Update Staffing Inc. as a Placement Consultant. In 1996, she joined the New York-based legal practice.
Sal Governale Bio: Age, Early Life, Parents
Sal was born in Long Island, New York, on October 24, 1968, as a Muslim. His biological parents, a kebab shop owner father and a housewife mother, were both of North African ancestry.
The Howard Stern Show host converted to Catholicism as a teenager. He said that he couldn’t overcome the stigma of being a Muslim in America.
Sal Governale Body Measurements
The 50-year-old stands at five feet and ten inches in height (1.78 m).
Sal Governale Net Worth And Salary Details
Sal practiced rapping and break dancing as a hobby, much like any other New York high school student. He enrolled at a community college to pursue a career as a radiologist but eventually dropped out.
Sal then worked odd jobs to supplement his income before pursuing a career as a stockbroker. He found his real calling as the prankster on the Howard Stern Show while still working in the business sector.
The father of three was a regular caller to the show before joining the staff. He was even dubbed “Sal, the Stockbroker” by fans. He was later employed as a writer/prank caller after being second runner-up in the “Win John’s Job” contest.
Sal now works as a producer/senior writer for the Howard Stern Show, where he reportedly makes more than $80,000 a year. His $400 thousand net worth is boosted significantly by his affiliation with the widely syndicated radio show.