Steven Crowder

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Steven Crowder
Steven Blake Crowder

(1987-07-07) July 7, 1987 (age 36)
CitizenshipUnited States, Canada
Occupation(s)Actor, comedian, political commentator
Years active1999–present
SpouseHilary Crowder (m. 2012)
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(April 2024)

Steven Blake Crowder (/ˈkrdər/; born July 7, 1987) is a conservative American-Canadian[1] comedian, actor and political commentator.[2]

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 was the voice actor a for the character Brain in the children’ animated 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 2009, Crowder started working as a right-wing political commentator for Fox News. Crowder filmed comedy videos for conservative websites. In 2013, Fox News fired Crowder.

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.[source?]

In 2019, YouTube stopped letting Crowder make money from posting Louder with Crowder videos. It said that Crowder was bullying a gay Hispanic journalist named Carlos Maza after Crowder used homophobic language to describe him.[source?]

In 2023, Steven Crowder refused to sign a contract with The Daily Wire and said that their deal was extremely unfair and The Daily Wire responded with their own videos saying that Crowder was wrong.[source?]

Personal life[change | change source]

In 2012, Steven Crowder married Hilary Korzon. Both before and after the wedding, Crowder argued in favor of sexual abstinence before marriage. In 2023, they divorced. Crowder’s ex-wife accused him of emotional abuse.[source?] Crowder said he did not abuse her.

Filmography[change | change source]

Year Film Role Notes
2000–2001 Arthur Alan 'The Brain' Powers Voice
2000 Arthur's Perfect Christmas
2001 Two Summers Friend
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]

  1. 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.
  2. "Comedian Steven Crowder draws Prophet Muhammad on popular YouTube channel". The Washington Times. Retrieved 2020-08-19.