• Steven Crowder is a multi-talented personality • a political commentator, actor, comedian and voice actor
• He is best known for running the Louder with Crowder website and hosting the eponymous podcast on YouTube
• He began his acting career at the age of 12, in the TV show "Arthur"
• In the late 2000s he began appearing in various television news programs as an opinion panelist
• Steven Crowder has a net worth of $3 million, earned from his online efforts and acting career

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FactYounger brother of actor and filmmaker Jordan Crowder.

Who is Steven Crowder?

Steven Crowder is a multi-talented personality – he is not only a political commentator but also an actor as well as a comedian, who is probably best known for running the Louder with Crowder website, as well as for being the host of the eponymous podcast on his official YouTube channel. Apart from this, he is also widely recognized for voice-acting in the children’s TV animated comedy series “Arthur”, in which he “starred” as Alan ‘The Brain’ Powers.

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Steven Crowder’s Early Life and Education

Steven Blake Crowder was born on the 7th July 1987, in Grosse Pointe, Michigan USA, and is of white ethnicity while his zodiac sign is Cancer. There isn’t any other relevant data about his family’s background, except that he was raised in a Christian manner in Greenfield Park, Quebec, Canada, by his mother Francine, who is a costume designer, and alongside a brother named Jordan, who is an actor and a filmmaker. Details about his educational background haven’t been publically disclosed.

Steven Crowder’s Acting Career

Steven dived into the world of acting at the very early age of 12 in 2000, when he was cast for the voice-acting role of Alan ‘The Brain’ Powers in the children’s TV show “Arthur”, reprising this role through the show’s 12 episodes ’til 2001, including its spin-off TV movie entitled “Arthur’s Perfect Christmas” (2000). These were followed by his big screen debut, which occurred in 2002 in the family drama movie “Two Summers”. In the course of the next several years, Steven honed his professional acting skills primarily through a streak of big screen performances, and by the end of the decade had appeared in movies such as “3 Needles” (2005), “The Covenant” (2006) and “The Secret” (2007), as well as in his brother’s directing debut movie “Bend & Break” (2008), plus “The Velveteen Rabbit” and “To Save a Life” both in 2009. It is certain that all these engagements helped Steven Crowder to establish himself in the world of acting, and to gain a decent amount of popularity as well.

Steven Crowder’s Political Activity

In the late 2000s, Steven began appearing in various television news programs as an opinion panelist. Between 2009 and 2013, he served as an opinion panelist for the Fox News, and teamed-up with American conservative news blog Pajamas Media (currently referred to as PJ Media), on which he began posting his satirical videos. Eventually, he teamed with Andrew Breitbart and began posting on his Big Hollywood website, while also appearing as the MC of the 2011 Conservative Political Action Conference.

Louder with Crowder & YouTube

Crowder runs his own website Louder with Crowder, which covers the latest news from the world of politics as well as pop culture in quite a satirical manner. What began as a podcast of his eponymous YouTube channel, described as “the most politically incorrect comedy channel on the web”, which over the years has overgrown itself, and since 2015 runs as a late-night comedy talk-show aired on CRTV.

Steven Crowder’s YouTube channel currently counts a total of over 670 videos, which have been seen almost 400 million times, while the number of his subscribers is almost two million. Some of the most popular current videos are “REAL CONVERSATIONS: There Are Only 2 Genders | Change My Mind” with over 8.7 million views, and “#SJW Feminist Festival Crashed By Crowder…In Underwear” which has amassed 12.6 million views so far.

Steven Crowder’s Personal Appearance and Social Media presence

Apart from YouTube, Steven is also very active on several other social media networks, including Twitter on where he regularly posts updates about “Louder with Crowder”, followed by more than 600,000 fans, as well as Facebook which has gathered over 2.5 million followers. This 6 ft 2ins tall political commentator is also active on Instagram, having gained considerable popularity with almost 180,000 followers.

Steven Crowder’s Net Worth

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this talented man has accumulated so far? How rich 30-year old Steven Crowder is? According to authoritative sources, it is estimated that the total of Steven Crowder’s net worth, as of mid-2018, revolves around the sum of $3 million, acquired primarily through his online efforts that have been active since the early 2000s. Steven’s acting career has also contributed to the current wealth.

Is Steven Crowder married? More about his Personal Life

Steven Crowder is a married man – since 2012 he has been married to Hilary Korzon. As an avid enthusiast about mixed martial arts, in 2011 Steven Crowder won the 2011 Novice Heavyweight Jiu-Jitsu World Championship.

General Info

Full NameSteven Crowder
Height1.88 m
ProfessionYouTuber, Comedian, Commentator, Actor


ParentsFrancine Crowder
SiblingsJordan Crowder


MoviesTo Save a Life, The Velveteen Rabbit, The Secret, The Covenant, Arthur's Missing Pal, 3 Needles

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1Fox News contributor.
2Brother-in-law of Lacy Prince.
3Is engaged [March 2012].
4Cousin of Sylvie Lacaille.
5Younger brother of actor and filmmaker Jordan Crowder.
6Many of his stand-up comedy routines make references to childhood memories and experiences many people have in common.
7His mother Francine Crowder is a stylist and costume designer in Canadian television.
8His father is American and mother is French-Canadian. Steven has dual citizenship and speaks both French and English
9He played the role of the child riding a bicycle into a car accident on a sketch for a televised "Just For Laughs" gala at the age of 9.
10He acted in a Yoplait Yogurt Tubes commercial in which the catch phrase was "Did you finish the tubes?" The ad became so popular that "Tubes" became the nickname given to him by his fellow classmates in high school.




Frames2015/IIShortWoody Allen's Voice (uncredited)
Love Written in Blood2012Steven
To Save a Life2009Doug Moore
The Velveteen Rabbit2009Baseball Boy #1
Greek2008TV SeriesJace
Bend & Break2008Blake
Si j'étais toi2007Classroom Boy
The Covenant2006Party Kid
3 Needles2005Depanneur Manager
Horror Friends2004ShortFreddy
Arthur's Halloween2004VideoAlan The Brain Powers
Two Summers2002
Arthur2000-2001TV SeriesAlan 'The Brain' Powers
Arthur's Perfect Christmas2000TV MovieBrain (voice)


The Flipside with Michael Loftus2015TV SeriesHimself
Cavuto on Business2012-2013TV SeriesHimself
Fox and Friends2012-2013TV SeriesHimself
On the Record w/ Brit Hume2012TV SeriesHimself
Hannity2009-2012TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Panelist
Geraldo at Large2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Red Eye w/Tom Shillue2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest Panelist
Glenn Beck: Extreme Insider2010VideoHimself
The American Matrix: Age of Deception2009DocumentaryHimself

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The Drunken Peasants2015TV SeriesHimself

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