Steven Blake Crowder is an American political commentator who has conservationist views and supports their ideologies. Steven Crowder is also a media host and has worked with reputed media houses like Fox News in his career.
Crowder gained the title of a political commentator after he started hosting his program named ‘Louder With Crowder.’ It is a political podcast and YouTube channel and Crowder mainly posts his works which include conservative commentary on issues along with comedy.
One of the most popular segments of the program is called ‘Change My Mind,’ which is a segment in which Crowder invites random people who he meets outside to converse with him and change his view on any particular topic.
The program went on to be a huge hit and also had a significant impact on pop culture, with the iconic photo being used as a popular meme by many.
Even though he is a popular figure and his YouTube channel has a high number of subscribers, the channel had been subjected to demonetization twice and was also suspended owing to some of the content posted on the channel which was against YouTube’s policies and also harmful to a section of the society.
Steven Crowder – Life And Career
Steven Blake Crowder was born in Detroit, Michigan on July 7, 1987. The family moved to Canada when Crowder was just three years old. In Canada, Crowder and his family settled in Quebec and he spent almost his entire childhood there. While in Canada, Crowder attended the Centennial Regional High School.
After completing his high school education, Steven Crowder and his family moved back to the United States. After coming back, joined Champlain College in Burlington. He just went to college for two semesters.
The voice and his presentations were some of the best skills of Steven Crowder right from his childhood. He was only 12 years old when he gave voice to a character on the popular television series Arthur.
Being a young talent, Crowder used to do stand-up comedy when he was 17 years old. Being a performer and associated with the entertainment field right from his childhood, Crowder acted in several movies and he was highly praised for his role as Doug Moore in the movie ‘To Save a Life’ which came out in 2009.
The association with Fox News where he worked as a news contributor for the firm was a major event in his career.
He joined Fox News in 2009. While working for the firm, he got involved in an incident that took place during a demonstration by the Americans of Prosperity for their concerns about the state’s recently passed right-to-work law.
It was reported that Crowder was punched several times during the demonstration. After looking at the footage of the incident, the jury did not press charges against anyone that was involved in the incident.
Later in 2023, Fox News ended all their ties with Crowder. The reason behind the decision was the negative comments made by Crowder about one of the Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and even the network itself.
After being relieved from Fox News, Crowder focused his career entirely on building his program Louder with Crowder. His program was eventually featured on CRTV, which is the online streaming platform of Conservative Review.
Crowder hosted his program until December 2022, along with his YouTube channel, which was started in 2009.
The most popular segment that was featured in his program was the ‘Change My Mind’ segment. In the segment, he used to invite people, mainly passers-by, to converse with him about controversial topics.
The image of Crowder sitting behind the board which read ‘Change My Mind’ became a very popular meme.
Currently, his YouTube channel Steven Crowder has about 5.94 million subscribers. He also owns another subsidiary channel under the name CrowderBits which now has a subscriber count of 1.21 million.
Even though he has such huge support on platforms like YouTube his channel was subjected to multiple demonetizations and suspensions in his career. The first time his channel faced demonetization was in 2019. The reason behind this move was that Crowder used racist and homophobic slurs in his channel.
Subsequently, in 2021, the channel was demonetized again as the channel violated YouTube’s presidential election integrity policy. The channel was also subjected to a suspension recently in October 2022 for violating YouTube’s policies on subjects like harassment, threats, and cyberbullying policies.
Steven Crowder – Net Worth
Steven Crowder is a very popular figure in different fields. He has also taken up different works throughout his career like voice acting, acting, stand-up comedy, news personality, political commentator, and currently of that a YouTuber too.
With such a highly successful career, Crowder is estimated to have been worth about $4 million. One of the major sources of this income was his YouTube channel.
It is reported that before the time of demonetizing Crowder’s channel in 2019, it used to generate a revenue of $80,000 per month.
Later in August 2020, some of the content that was posted on the channel was re-monetized by YouTube, but the exact revenue generated from the channel is not available now.
Steven Crowder – Personal Life And Family
As for his personal life, Steven Crowder is a person who had to go through different physical difficulties. He had to undergo a survey in order to overcome his condition of a sunken chest. While the surgery helped him overcome the sunken chest problem, it affected him in another manner.
As an after-effect of his surgery, Crowder suffered complications with his lungs and was even hospitalized as he suffered a collapsed lung.
As for Steven Crowder’s family, he lives with his wife and two children. His wife is Hilary and the couple got married in August 2012. Being a conservationist, Crowder has also written a book about staying abstinent before getting married.
While Crowder was making his recovery in 2021, the couple welcomed their two kids. Their son is named Magnus and their daughter is named Charlotte.