Biography Steven Crowder
Steven Blake Crowder is an American-Canadian conservative political commentator, comedian, actor, and media presenter. Steven was born in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Quebec, Canada. At the age of twelve, he was awarded the coveted role of voicing the character “The Brain” in the hit children’s TV series, Arthur (1996). The role immediately launched him into the realm of “Babe Magnet”.
Crowder attended Centennial Regional High School and, at age 18, returned to the United States, where he attended two semesters at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. After that, he started doing stand-up comedy. Furthermore, Crowder acted in several movies such as To Save a Life, 3 Needles and The Secret. In 2009, he joined ‘Fox News’ as a contributor. At the time, he was 21 years old and one of the youngest commentators on ‘Fox News’. The channel is known as the only authentic right-wing news network. Steven worked there until 2012.
In December 2012, Fox News posted a video of Crowder and members of Americans for Prosperity engaged in an altercation at a Michigan rally over the state’s recently passed right to work law. The incident caused a lot of problems but was later resolved. However, Crowder’s relationship with Fox News ended in 2013 shortly after Crowder made a negative statement about Fox News host Sean Hannity and Fox News.
He subsequently started his own ‘YouTube’ channel ‘Louder with Crowder’ after leaving ‘Fox News’. He continued to promote his political ideology and uploaded satirical videos on his ‘YouTube’ channel. In October 2012, his parody video of an ad promoting Barack Obama went viral after being featured in ‘The American Spectator’ magazine. In 2017, her ‘YouTube’ channel became more popular and started uploading videos regularly. The ‘Blaze Media website’ ‘Conservative Review’ chose ‘Louder with Crowder’ and thus it became a daily show. It is currently shown on ‘CRTV’ of ‘Conservative Review’.
In June 2019, YouTube investigated Crowder for using racist and homophobic slurs against Carlos Maza in several videos reacting to the Vox Strikethrough series, which Maza hosts. Crowder referred to Maza as “Mr. Lispy queer”. Crowder mocked Maza using a stereotypical gay voice. Furthermore, Maza said that Crowder’s fans called him names and harassed him. However, Steven defended himself, saying it was just “playful banter”. ‘YouTube’ standards did not consider the video offensive. ‘YouTube’ drew a lot of flak for this, which made them demonetize his videos later on, saying that first he needed to address all the concerns people had about his channel.
Steven’s channel was remonetized in 2020, but further controversy for violating YouTube’s presidential election integrity policy led to its demonetization in March 2020. YouTube suspended the channel again for two weeks in October 2022 for violating its harassment policy , threats and cyberbullying. Recently, CrowderIn revealed on Louder with Crowder that he had received a term of engagement from a conservative media outlet which he left unnamed. The unnamed media outlet was The Daily Wire. The Daily Wire CEO Jeremy Boreing claimed that Crowder had misrepresented the terms of the contract and that the contract would have paid Crowder $50 million over four years.
Steven Crowder age
Steven is 35 years old in 2023. He was born on the 7th of July 1987, in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Furthermore, he celebrates his birthday on the 7th of July every year.
Steven Crowder’s Wife
Crowder married his wife Hilary in August 2012 and where he wrote about the benefits of remaining abstinent before his marriage. In August 2021, Hilary gave birth to twins – a son, Magnus, and a daughter, Charlotte. That same year, Steven was still recovering from a surgical operation in which titanium rods were inserted into his chest, causing a collapsed lung.
Steven Crowder family
Crowder was born in Detroit, Michigan. His father is American and his mother is French-Canadian. Steven has dual citizenship and speaks French and English. His mother, Francine Crowder, is a Canadian television stylist and costume designer. At the age of three, his family moved to the suburb of Greenfield Park in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where he lived for the rest of his childhood. Furthermore, he has a younger brother named Jordan Crowder who works as an actor and filmmaker. Furthermore, Steven has a cousin named Sylvie Lacaille.
Steven Crowder Net Worth
Crowder’s net worth is estimated to be around $4 million which he has earned over the years from his daily podcast and YouTube channel Louder with Crowder.