How much is Steven Crowder worth?
|Net Worth:||$3.5 Million|
|Profession:||Conservative Political Commentator|
|Date of Birth:||July 7, 1987|
|Country:||United States of America|
About Steven Crowder
Steven Blake Crowder is an American-Canadian actor, comedian, conservative political commentator, and media host that’s best known for hosting his own YouTube channel and podcast “Louder with Crowder”. The former contributor at Fox News gained national popularity in June 2019 when his YouTube demonetized his account as the uploaded videos were investigated and suspended for repeated use of homophobic and racist slurs.
How Did Steven Crowder Get So Rich?
Being a media sensation is what made the comedian become a millionaire in just a decade’s time. By 2009, he also became regularly posting satirical videos on Pajamas Media and Big Hollywood. The politically conservative media star became the master of ceremonies at the annual Conservative Political Action Conferences, earning a little over $25.000 in total. At that time, he gained national coverage when he created and published a video at the conferences.
Another thing that helped Crowder get rich was the December 2012 union protests. Being part of the American for Prosperity community also kept his name in the media and he was often a part of articles highlighted at The New York Times. Just a few months later, in October 2013, he was dropped by Fox News and this was announced shortly after his negative statements about the host Sean Hannity and Fox News in general. In the mid-2010s, he became a social media superstar after the “change my mind” internet meme. The meme originated from his photo where he is seen sitting on a table outside the “Male Privilege Is a Myth / Change My Mind”.
Why Is He So Famous?
Steven Crowder became famous after he left Fox News and founded his own podcast. He was born on July 7, 1987, in Detroit, Michigan. His mother is French Canadian. When he was 3 years old, his family moved to the Montreal suburb of Greenfield Park, Quebec. While spending his childhood in the Canadian town, he attended the Centennial Regional High School. At the age of 18, he moved back to the United States.
After moving back to America in the early 2000s, he began working his career in the entertainment business. He first landed work as a voice actor, playing for the character Alan Powers (known as The Brain). While he was a teenager, he began performing stand-up comedy and acted in a number of films. Among one of his very first film roles was in the 2009 movie “To Save a Life”. In 2009, he began working for Fox News as a correspondent and then transitioned into a conservative political commentator.
What Makes Him So Successful?
The success of the television star comes from his many transformations in media and television. Ever since the 2000s, he has been consistently appearing in films and television series. His first appearance came in the 2000 educational television series “Arthur”, where he voiced the main role of Alan Powers (The Brain). He continued to participate in other series of the same franchise – “Arthur’s Perfect Christmas” and “Arthur’s Halloween”. Throughout the rest of the decade, he starred in other films such as “3 Needles”, “The Covenant”, “The Secret”, and “To Save a Life”.
As if his work in Fox News and his acting career wasn’t enough, Steven Crowder also became a YouTube personality. He created his YouTube channel in June 2006 and as of now, he has more than 5 million subscribers and his 1,141 videos have accumulated more than 1,2 billion views in total. In the summer of 2019, after an investigation by YouTube, his videos were suspended and his channel was demonetized for his repeated use of homophobic and racists slurs. One year later, in August 2020, his channel and some of his videos were re-monetized and he continues to create and upload new content.
Steven Crowder is a popular actor and comedian that first gained international popularity with his voice role in the 2000 animated series “Arthur”, which he later went on to reprise in many other productions. The American-Canadian then began working as a conservative political commentator and media host at Fox News and several other networks. Ever since the early 2010s, with a net worth of $4 million, he also became an internet personality that has been consistently uploading content on YouTube.