Widely known as Baba Booey today Gary Dellabate has a updated net worth of about $15 million. Check out his wiki, yearly salary, wife and facts. One of the key persons behind the infamous American talk radio show, The Howard Stern Show, Gary Dell’Abate is more commonly known as Baba Booey. Gary has been working on the show since 1984 and currently holds the post of executive producer of the show. He was brought up in New York in an Italian-American family. His biography entitled “They Call Me Baba Booey” featured in the New York’s Best seller list in November 2010. The book gives all the information regarding Gary’s life in a nutshell. Initially hired for 150$ per week, Gary has risen to be one of the worthy personalities by his own hard work and motivation.
|Full Name||Gary Patrick Angelo Dell’Abate|
|Birth Date||March 14, 1961|
|Height||5.7 feet / 1.75 m|
|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Source of Income||Radio Producer|
|Annual Salary||$4 Million|
|Parents||Sal Dell’Abate and Ellen Dell’Abate|
Gary received the most famous award known as “Richard F. Clemo” in his senior year at Adelphi University. He has been married to Mary Dell’Abate and is the father of two sons. Gary serves as the president of the charity foundation LIFEbeat, for the cause AIDS after his brother succumbed to death from the disease. Gary met Howard stern while interning on WNBC. He started his work on the Howard Stern Show with a mere position where he used to fetch lunch for Howard. The nickname of Baba Booey came into being from 1990 on the show itself due to a minor misstatement that he made. A proud owner of a large collection of cartoon cels, he accredits his nickname to one of his favorite cartoon characters, though misspelled. He released his biography on November 2, 2010. Baba Booey has been often used as catch phrase by a majority of the fans of the show.
As the executive producer of the Howard Stern Show today Gary Dell’Abate has a current net worth of about 15 million. He keeps interest in baseball and hockey and is a die-hard New York Mets fan. He proudly threw out the ceremonial first pitch at game of the team. Gary was appointed to the Connecticut Board of Parks and Recreation, Greenwich in 2011.
Gary Dell’Abate has produced a number of series on small screen including The Uncle Floyd Show , U.S. Open Stores . Lately Gary was highlighted in the news when he revealed that he was a huge fan of his vintage home stereo and he is working on a music documentary titled, Dare to be Different.