Crowder in 2019
Steven Blake Crowder
July 7, 1987
|Citizenship||United States, Canada|
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, political commentator|
|Spouse(s)||Hilary Crowder (m. 2012)|
Early life and career[change | change source]
Crowder was born in Michigan in 1987. His mother is a French Canadian. Crowder grew up in Montreal. When Crowder was 12 years old, he played a cartoon bear nicknamed Brain in the television show Arthur. Crowder was also in Canadian television commercials.
Crowder started doing stand-up comedy at Just for Laughs when he was 18. In 2005, Crowder played a Canadian convenience store manager in the movie 3 Needles. Crowder was also Brain in an animated movie called Arthur’s Missing Pal. Crowder played a character called Party Kid in the horror movie, The Covenant. Crowder played a boy in a classroom in the horror movie The Secret. Crowder played a person playing baseball in the children’s movie the Velveteen Rabbit. Crowder played an important character in the Christian movie, To Save a Life.
In 2015, Crowder filmed a series of videos of himself and some other people commenting on left-wing politics and telling jokes about it from a conservative point of view and posted the videos on the Internet as a conservative political comedy called Louder with Crowder.
In 2018, Crowder started going to colleges across the country sitting at a table with a sign saying that he has a conservative position on a specific controversial topic (male privilege, socialism, guns and abortion have been some of them) and asks people to change his mind. Crowder voted for Donald Trump in 2016.
In 2019, YouTube stopped letting Crowder make money from posting Louder with Crowder videos in response to a gay Hispanic journalist named Carlos Maza saying that Crowder was bullying him after Crowder used homophobic language to describe him.
Personal life[change | change source]
Filmography[change | change source]
|2000–2001||Arthur||Alan 'The Brain' Powers||Voice|
|2000||Arthur's Perfect Christmas|
|2004||Arthur's Halloween||Alan 'The Brain' Powers||Voice|
|2005||3 Needles||Depanneur Manager|
|2006||The Covenant||Party Kid|
|2007||The Secret||Classroom Boy|
|2008||Bend & Break||Blake|
|The Velveteen Rabbit||Baseball Boy #1|
|2009||To Save a Life||Doug Moore|
|2017||A YouTube Carol||Ebenezer YouTube|
References[change | change source]
|Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Steven Crowder|
- Steven Crowder [@scrowder] (20 February 2014). "Allow me to clarify. I have dual-citizenship with the USA and Canada. I like the United States way, waaaay better" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- http://www.washingtontimes.com, The Washington Times. "Comedian Steven Crowder draws Prophet Muhammad on popular YouTube channel". The Washington Times. Retrieved 2020-08-19.