Steven Blake Crowder is a Canadian-American political commentator, comedian, and media host. He is popularly known for hosting a YouTube channel and the excellent podcast “Louder with Crowder.” In Podcast, he gives opinions and views about the U.S. issues’ sociopolitical issues and provides their solutions.
His YouTube videos got investigated as he uses hurtful language while providing his opinion and to describe Carlos Maza, a journalist. But luckily, his videos were not deleted, and his channel wasn’t suspended as it didn’t violate the policies of YouTube.
Early Life and Career Beginnings
Crowder was born in Detroit, Michigan, on 7th July 1987. He, along with his family, shifted to Greenfield Park, Canada, when he was 3. He went to Centennial Regional High School and moved to the United States at the age of 18. Crowder said that he is a Christian conservative.
After completing his graduation, he began his career by working as a voice actor in Alan “The Brain” Powers, a children television series. At the age of 17, he started performing stand-up comedy. Further then, he attended many shows and acted in various films. In the year 2009, he performed the role of Doug Moore in the film To Save a Life and worked for Fox News. He is quite famous for his YouTube channel as he has created some amazing political commentary and comedic content, which people love a lot.
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Crowder was an active member and posted sardonic videos about conservative media, including Andrew Breitbart’s Big Hollywood and Pajamas Media in 2009. He got the opportunity to be the Master of Ceremonies at the Conservative Political Action Conference in 2011. He created controversy about the rap video that was premiered by him at CPAC 2012. In 2012, Crowder, along with Americans for Prosperity’s members, got involved in an argument at Michigan’s expression. The main concern of this argument was about the right-to-work law that passed in that year.
He faced many punches by a union activist at the time of argument. There were many press charges involved in the argument that was made in 2012. Further, in 2013, Crowder was dropped by Fox News. The reason was negative statements made by Crowder about the host of Fox News, Sean Hannity. In 2019, the YouTube channel of Crowder was investigated for using homophobic slurs and racist in which he targeted Carlos Mazas. Also, Maza pressed charges that fans of Crowder harassed and doxxedMaza.
From the year 2000 to 2017, Crowder has been starred in many films, including Arthur, Two Summers, 3 Needles, The Secret, To Save a Life, A YouTube Carol, Bend and Break, and more.
In August 2012, Crowder got married to Hilary, and further, he wrote pros of staying abstemious before his marriage.
The estimated net worth of his Canadian-American comedian and actor is approximately $3 million. He earns from his voice that rises for opinions and also he was starred in many movies which make him earn big.