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Ronald Mund was born on 28 October 1949, in New York City USA, of Jewish descent. He is a radio personality, actor and professional limousine driver, the chauffeur and a security guard for the radio and television personality Howard Stern. Mund is best known for his roles in several Howard Stern projects.
So just how rich is Ronnie Mund? Sources state that Mund has accumulated a net worth of over $500,000 as of mid-2016. His wealth has been established through his involvement in various Stern projects, as well as through his involvement in the film and television industry.
Ronnie Mund Net Worth $500,000
Most often referred to as ‘Ronnie the Limo Driver’, Mund served as a Staff Sergeant in the US Air Force during the Korean War. He became a professional limousine driver in the early 60s.
In 1986 he drove Howard Stern to a live show; reportedly, after the drive he hand-delivered a crayon ‘Thank You’ note to Stern, which caught the latter’s attention and led him to offer Mund a job as his full-time driver. He also hired him as the head of the security team – and his personal bodyguard – for the Stern Show complex at Sirius Radio.
Working for Stern has brought Mund additional opportunities. He began taking part as an on-air personality on Stern’s radio show called “The Howard Stern Show”, and eventually became a regular member of the cast – the show was nationally syndicated on terrestrial radio from 1986 to 2005, and since 2006 it has been broadcast on Sirius XM. It has also been filmed for television broadcast on networks such as E!, CBS and HowardTV. Mund became one of the most popular characters of the show, and probably the most antagonistic one, famous for his heavy New York accent, his odd catchphrases such as ‘what’s your problem?’, and ‘stop the clock’, his frequent wild and mock-angry behavior and his perceived sense of self-importance. The show has considerably contributed to his net worth.
Mund has also been part of Stern’s other projects, including a video-on-demand service on HowardTV called “Howard Stern On Demand”, the movie “Howard Stern’s Butt Bongo Fiesta” and the show “Howard Stern Birthday Bash”, all adding to his wealth.
In 2011 he auditioned for the New York City sitcom “Wheels”. The same year he began touring the USA with other members of “The Howard Stern Show” on the comedy tour called “The Ronnie Mund Block Party”, which sold out all over the USA, and so also improved Mund’s net worth.
In 2013 he served as the host of a four-day event in Jamaica called “Ronnie Mund Jamaican Getaway”.
Aside from his career as a chauffeur-turned-radio star, Mund has also been involved in acting. In 2013 he appeared in the TBS television series “Cougar Town” starring Courteney Cox, taking the role of a transvestite in the episode “Don’t Fade On Me”/“Have Love Will Travel” of season four. The following year he made his film debut, being cast in the comedy “My Man Is a Loser” as a strip club patron. Most recently, Mund appeared in the 2015 CBS dramedy television series “Limitless”, a follow-up of the 2011 film of the same title, taking the role of an FBI agent. His involvement in the film and television industry has also intensified Mund’s wealth.
When it comes to his personal life, Mund was married to Bonnie Mund, with whom he has two children. He has recently become engaged to Stephanie Carney.