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Bruce Meyerowitz was born on 13 October 1935, in Brooklyn, New York City USA, and is a radio personality best known under the name Cousin Bruce. He’s been part of many successful radio programs over the course of his career now stretching over six decades, and has also been a part of numerous films. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Bruce Morrow? As of mid-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $3 million, mostly earned through success on radio, for which he’s won several awards, and has also written a few books, and all of these achievements have ensured the position of his wealth.
Bruce Morrow Net Worth $3 million
Bruce started his career as part of ZBM-AM where he was known as “The Hammer”. He then moved to WINS in 1959, then to Miami the following year, working at WINZ before returning to New York as part of WABC. During this time, rock ‘n’ roll music was starting to become popular, and he was a part of the most popular radio station during the onset of the British Invasion, a part of the evening shift and found a lot of success which increased his net worth significantly. He was noted for his ability to maintain rapport while mixing numerous musical genres and also promoting products as well as events from various sponsors.
He remained a part of WABC for 13 years and then jumped to the rival WNBC in 1974. He spent three years there, and would also venture into business, owning the Sillerman Morrow group of stations, which included WALL, WRRV, and WPLR.
In 1982, Morrow returned to his DJ duties as part of WCBS-FM. During this time he was earning significantly and so increasing his net worth thanks partly to the success of his other endeavors.
He did a lot of shows as part of WCBS-FM, with his show “Cruisin’ America” becoming nationally syndicated; the show would run until 1992 and he still continued to host for the station until 2005. Afterwards, he signed a multi-year deal with Sirius Satellite Radio; his latest projects include “Cousin Brucie’s Saturday Night Party – Live” and “Cruisin’ with Cosuin Brucie”.
Aside from radio work, Bruce has also contributed his voice to numerous films including “Across the Universe” and “Dirty Dancing”. He made a guest appearance in the television series “Babylon 5” and also played a contest announcer in “Between Time and Timbuktu”. He’s written books too, including “Cousin Brucie: My Life in Rock ‘N’ Roll Radio” and “Doo Wop: The Music, the Times, the Era”, adding to his net worth.
Morrow was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 1988, and the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2001. He also received a Bravery in Radio Award from William Paterson University in 2010.
For his personal life, it is known that Bruce is married to Jodie Morrow. He was previously married to Susan Stoloff, but their marriage ended in divorce. He is well known for his charity work and has actively supported Variety Children’s Charity. He also volunteers his time for the Gatewave Audio Reading Service.