Steven Crowder is an American-Canadian media personality and conservative political pundit who presently hosts the daily political podcast and YouTube channel Louder with Crowder. He formerly worked as a contributor for Fox News. Steven enjoys traveling, hiking, working out, and spending time with his wife and their lovely twins in his spare time.
Steven Crowder Age
Steven Crowder was born in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States of America on July 7, 1987. He is 35 years old.
Steven Crowder Height
Steven stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Steven Crowder Family
Despite the fact that Steven was raised by his parents, Darrin S. Crowder and Francine Crowder, in Greenfield Park, Quebec, Canada. His mother was of French Canadian descent. Steve was born in the United States, yet he is of white ethnicity.
Steven Crowder Wife
Steven is currently in a loving marriage with his lovely and caring wife Hilary. After their marriage in August 2012, the couple has shared a home. Steven is the proud father of two lovely and adorable twins, Magnus and Charlotte.
Steven Crowder Education
Steven graduated from Centennial Regional High School in Canada before moving back to the United States and enrolling at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. He dropped out of college after only two semesters of study.
Steven Crowder’s Net Worth
Steven’s approximate net worth is $3 million.
Steven Crowder Career
Steven featured in Arthur, a children’s television series produced by WGBH, when he was 13 years old. Steven appears as Alan “The Brain” Powers’ voice there. Steven began performing stand-up comedy in Canada at the age of 17.
By 2009, he was frequently posting humorous videos to politically conservative media outlets such as Pajamas Media. He was the Master of Ceremonies for the Conservative Political Action Conference in 2011. The American Spectator magazine mentioned Dave’s YouTube video parodying Lena Dunham’s ad backing Barack Obama in October 2012.
He currently broadcasts the daily political podcast and YouTube channel Louder with Crowder. “Change My Mind” is a recurring segment on the show. All of his YouTube videos were held under review in June 2019 due to his continuous use of racist and homophobic slurs towards Carlos Maza, a journalist and video producer.
Although his account was not suspended, it was demonetized. It was subsequently re-monetized in August 2020. His account was demonetized again in March 2021 for challenging the legality of election results, which was a breach of YouTube’s presidential election integrity policy.