Anthony once threw out a brand new couch, after he found out that a child had wiped snot on it.
Anthony is an admitted germophobe.
Anthony had a hit video on YouTube entitled "How to install Windows Vista". In the video he explains that he couldn't get Vista to install on his computer, so he installed it promptly into his paper shredder.
Anthony is a collector of World War II memorabilia.
Anthony came in at number 51 of the "100 Unsexiest Men" by The Phoenix.
Anthony's childhood friend is comedian/actor Adam Ferrara.
Anthony often mocks phone callers named Jennifer, as that's the name of his ex-wife.
Anthony was married on May 19, 1990. His wife filed for divorce in 1999, they eventually settled out of court in 2002.
Anthony got his break with the song "Gonna Electric Shock O.J.", which was performed with his brother Joe on The Opie Show. The song was a parody of the Otis Redding classic "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay" and was released at the height of the O.J. Simpson trial.
Anthony does impressions of: former President Ronald Reagan, Tony Danza, Howard Stern, Al Sharpton, and many others.
Anthony appeared on The Howard Stern Show doing an impression of Jackie Martling. Howard praised him for how good his impression was.
Anthony used to install air conditioners before getting his break on The Opie Show.
Anthony was a member of the band Rotgut.
Anthony dropped out of high school, he failed to meet all of his gym credits.
Anthony used to live in his car.
He's half of the radio duo of The Opie & Anthony Show.
[On doing the walk over]
Anthony Cumia: Being at both studios, there had to be a transition. Instead of just playing something, we decided that since it was so close, let's put some mics on and just walk. The walk doesn't feel like part of any show. We're just walking, observing, goofing on people, discussing what we see on the street, yet we are doing a show.
[On going back to terrestrial radio]
Anthony Cumia: It was always our goal to go back on terrestrial radio in some way, shape or form. There was no way it was going to happen after we got fired. A lot of people were scared to touch us. We had the stigma of the shock jock that was going to get your license pulled. No one really got the show, even though we had done the show for years being completely FCC compliant.
[On if terrestrial radio is still important to him]
Anthony Cumia: There are things terrestrial radio gives you that satellite doesn't, like people who don't like you. We love 'em. You don't get that with satellite. They're paying, so if they don't like you, they're not gonna listen. Terrestrial radio runs the gamut. You're get the most educated scholar or doctor, but you also get the dregs of society, drunk off their ass at 6 in the morning calling you up. That makes for entertaining radio.
[On the Olsen Twins]
Anthony Cumia: Mary-Kate's the priss, and Ashley is the goer.