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Based on the true story of Howard Stern, a well known comedian, radio and television superstar, who throughout his way to fame, faces many challenges and obstacles that makes him so depressed but by the help of his lovely and supportive wife, who stands by him, and his best friend, Robin, he manages to achieve his dream.
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