Page Six reports on the resemblance between radio personality Howard Stern and Bill Cosby accuser Andrea Constand. (Courtesy photo)

Page Six reports on the resemblance between radio personality Howard Stern and Bill Cosby accuser Andrea Constand. (Courtesy photo)

Scoop: Howard Stern sees his resemblance to Cosby accuser

Howard Stern is fully aware he looks like Bill Cosby accuser Andrea Constand.

On his radio show Wednesday, he told listeners they can stop contacting him about the resemblance, Page Six reports.

“I’ve received 20 billion emails, calls to the office — I know, the chick who is the Cosby accuser looks exactly like me,” Stern said on his show. “She does.”

“Oh, stop it,” co-host Robin Quivers said.

“I actually opened up the paper and went, ‘What the f–– did I do?’” Stern said.

“She has your hair for sure,” said Quivers.

“Yeah, my hair,” replied Stern. “She’s got a better face, I’ll give her that. I imagine when she was younger she didn’t look so much like me — but I know, she looks like me.”

Stern went on to say that he believed Cosby — who is on trial for allegedly drugging and molesting Constand — was guilty, citing the many women who have come forward “all with pretty much the same story.”

In other Cosby news, celebrity attorney Gloria Allred — who has represented several Cosby accusers (but not Constand) — was thrown out of the Pennsylvania courtroom Wednesday because her cellphone rang during the trial.


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Single day tickets (from $149.50 to $345) for the 10th Outside Lands festival are on sale, and the just-announced daily schedule features headliners Gorillaz, A Tribe Called Quest and alt-J on Aug. 11; Metallica, Queens of the Stone Age and Empire of the Sun on Aug. 12; and The Who, Lorde and Above & Beyond on Aug. 13.


Fiddler Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek is 36. … Guitarist Derek Trucks is 38. … Rapper Kanye West is 40. …. Actor Mark Feuerstein is 46. … Actress Julianna Margulies is 50. …. Actor-director Keenan Ivory Wayans is 59. … Cartoonist Scott Adams is 60. ….Singer Bonnie Tyler is 66. … Guitarist Tony Rice is 66. … Actress Sonia Braga is 67. … Novelist Sara Paretsky is 70. … Singer Boz Scaggs is 73. … Singer Chuck Negron is 75. … Comedian Jerry Stiller is 90.

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