Politics maybe be a boring topic to some people but to people like Steven Crowder, the American-Canadian political commentator who also doubles as a comedian, actor, and media host, the world of politics is his playing field and he has chosen to fully participate in the happenings, permutations, and predictions of it.
In addition to being known for his work as a conservative political analyst on Fox News, Crowder is also famed for being the host of Louder with Crowder, a YouTube channel and podcast where he covers pop culture and politics. He also has a TV show of the same name that airs on BlazeTV.
Steven Crowder Made His First Screen Appearance at the Age of 12
Steven Blake Crowder was born on the 7th of June, 1987, in Detroit, Michigan to Darrin S. Crowder and Francine Crowder. When he turned three, his family moved across the border to Canada, specifically Greenfield Park, Quebec, where he spent the rest of his childhood.
Crowder attended Centennial Regional High School in Longueuil before returning back to the United States at the age of eighteen for further studies at Champlain College, Vermont. But prior to him returning to the U.S., he had already made strides towards launching a career in the entertainment industry.
He started off his career as early as age twelve when he voiced the character of Alan “The Brain” Powers on the children’s television series, Arthur. By the time he was 17, he began performing stand up comedy and has since gone ahead to appear in other films and television series like Two Summers (2001), 3 Needles (2005), The Secret (2007), and To Save a Life (2009) where he assumed the role of Doug Moore.
He is the Youngest Comedian to Perform on the Just for Laughs Stage
As mentioned earlier, Steven Crowder began to perform as a stand-up comedian at the age of 17. By the time he turned 18, he had performed at the prestigious Just for Laughs, becoming the youngest comedian to do so. His act was so well-received that he soon began featuring on different stages across North America. He featured on XM and has appeared on “So You Think You’re Funny” and the MySpace Comedy Contest.
Crowder has gone ahead to become a brand name in the comedy industry. With his fame grown globally, he created the YouTube channel, Louder with Crowder, where he posts his political opinions, satiric political responses, and news videos among other things.
Crowder Has Been Happily Married For Close to a Decade
Steven Crowder has been happily married to Hilary Korzon Crowder since 2012. While it is not clear how long they dated before getting engaged, the couple made the decision to remain with each other for life in March 2012. They later exchanged vows in August of the same year.
Hilary, who is an alumnus of Calvin College, currently makes a living as an interior decorator, brand sales representative, market strategist, and promoter for Leland International. She and her husband are enjoying a happy and healthy relationship as there have been no reports of problems between them except for the time there were dragged into a marijuana controversy.
The couple does not have any child yet but they have a dog named Hopper that Steven loves and often flaunts on his social media pages.
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Phew! Was a close one! I played it close to the chest, but this little guy had me worried about missing 𝙩𝙤𝙣𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩’𝙨 𝙡𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙢 (𝗝𝗼𝗲 𝗕𝗶𝗱𝗲𝗻 “𝗖𝗡𝗡 𝗧𝗼𝘄𝗻𝗵𝗮𝗹𝗹” 𝗮𝘁 𝟳:𝟯𝟬𝗣𝗠 𝗘𝗧)! The good news is that Joe Louis is just fine and will be coming home from the vet today. The BAD news is that yet another marketed-as “indestructible toy” bit the dust. Turns out this monster tore apart an “indestructible” frisbee and swallowed a part of it. It’s small enough that there isn’t a serious blockage, and no surgery required, but it just doesn’t seem like these “tough” toys are made for a Dogo Argentino with a 500PSI bite force. If anyone has toy recommendations, please leave them below! Everyone else… see you tonight at the livestream. Bring your costumes and beers! #MugClub
The Couple Abstained From Sex Until Their Wedding Night
In an opinion article titled “Waiting till the wedding night – getting married the right way” published on Fox News in 2012, Steven Crowder shared how he and his wife had waited until their wedding night to get sexually intimate.
According to Steven, their first night was everything he had hoped and prayed for since childhood. In a follow-up article titled “Why NOT Having Sex Might be Good for You” published in the same column about a week later, he went ahead to discuss further his opinion about abstinence and why he thinks abstinence though, an old fashioned topic, might just be the best thing for you.
Steven Crowder’s Net Worth Has Grown Over The Years
When Steven Crowder started off his career as a teenager, he may never have thought that the career path he chose would bring him so much fame and fortune as his net worth is currently estimated to be $3 million. He has been able to make his name and fortune in the acting and comedy world, as well as through his political commentary gigs. A huge portion of his earnings further comes from his YouTube channel, podcasts, and other engagements.
He Would Be Worth Much More If He Still Had His Gig at Fox News
Steven Crowder has over time with his conservative commentary attracted accolades to himself as well as criticism. In 2009, he became a contributor on the FOX News Channel until he was dropped in 2012 after making negative statements about the channel on-air. He also made negative comments about one of the network’s star hosts, Sean Hannity.
Crowder has since moved on from Fox News to focus on his YouTube channels and his podcasts. He has continued with his political commentary on different conservative platforms, including the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Alongside some members of American For Prosperity, he made the headlines in December 2012 when both parties got into an altercation over the Right To Work Bill passed by the government. Charges were however not pressed by anyone after the footage of the event was released.
Steven Crowder Does Not Like Talking About His Houses or Car Collections
When it comes to flaunting cars or houses on social media, Steven Crowder is not one of those celebrities that enjoy doing so. In fact, he has hidden whatever he owns from the public that there is almost nothing online about what he spends his money on.
He appears to be very conservative about these things and is also prudent in spending. In 2015, he tweeted about having to sell his first grown-up car, and in January 2020, he advised people on how to build or grow their wealth.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) July 20, 2015