If you are a comedy aficionado or spend most of your time on YouTube, then chances are that you’ve come across the name Steven Crowder. He is a famous Canadian-American actor, popularly known for hosting the “Louder with Crowder” YouTube show. He has also featured on Fox News as a commentator. Additionally, Crowder is the brains behind the famous internet meme, “Change My Mind.” As a seasoned actor, most of his fans recognize him for his role in movies like 3 Needles, To Save a Life, Two Summers, The Secret, and The Covenant. Currently his wealth value stands at $3 Million and you may be asking yourself, how did he achieve it? Well, to answer this question, we prepared this post highlighting his path to success.
Crowder’s Journey to Success
In the teething stages of his career, Crowder featured as a voice-over actor in Arthur, a children’s television series. In this role, from 2000 to 2001, he voiced-over the character of Alan Powers (The Brain). At the age of 17, Crowder immersed himself in the stand-up comedy arena and started earning early. Since then, the now 32-year old has since been actively featuring in various entertainment fields. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Crowder’s approximated net worth was $3 million in September 2019. Most of his revenue comes from his thriving career as a comedian, YouTuber, and actor.
He first published his YouTube channel on June 2, 2006, posting political commentary and comedy videos. His self-titled channel managed to attract more than 871 million video views in total, as well as 4 million subscribers as of September 2019. In 2009 Crowder moved from his self-publishing, YouTubing career to join Fox News Channel. Here, he presented on various programs and also wrote on a column in Foxnews.com, addressing topics such as the importance of abstinence.
Unfortunately, he was fired from the company in 2013 due to his unwelcome statement on Fox News during an interview. After Crowder’s dismissal from Fox News channel, he proceeded to open his podcast called “Louder with Crowder” in 2017. The show turned out to be a massive success in 2019 and now airs on the Conservative Reviews Media company. The show also airs on his YouTube channel. Previously “Louder with Crowder” podcast used to air on WAAM in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Additionally, Crowder takes part in martial arts competitions. Interestingly, he participated in the North American Grappling Association series and won the amateur Heavyweight Jiu-Jitsu World Championship title. He has never ceased to be an internet sensation, and this became evident in 2018 when a meme resurfaced on the social media platforms with a sign in front of him reading “Change My Mind.” It became highly viral across different internet platforms and was named one of the best and creative memes of 2018.
Crowder’s YouTube Earnings and Charity Work
Since its creation, Crowder’s self-titled YouTube Channel commands more than 4.39million subscribers, with more than 994 videos. Besides, he has more than 733K followers on Instagram, as well as more than 1 million followers on Twitter. According to Social Blade, Crowder earns approximately $6.4K - $102.8K monthly and $77.1K - $1.2million per year. As of 2019, the latest statistics on his YouTube channel indicated that he earned $188-$3,000 daily and $102K-$1.6 million annually. Likewise, he makes approximately $2,015-$3,358 for each Instagram sponsored post. Besides, Crowder also participates in low-key charitable events, away from the public media.
The YouTube and Maza Controversy
Steven Crowder came under a fierce storm and criticism regarding his racist and homophobic insults against Carlos Maza, a journalist. These repeated insults saw Maza raise complaints, and matters escalated quickly when the news went viral on twitter. Consequently, this forced YouTube to act but found no policy violations in Crowder's statements. However, they reversed this decision in under twelve hours, demonetizing his channel, which was highly profitable by then, earning approximately $80,000 monthly.
Crowder’s Known Assets - House and Cars
Steven Crowder has kept his assets and property a big secret despite his tremendous fame and fortune. His houses and rides remain concealed from the public domain. According to Zillow, the median home prices currently listed in the US real estate market stands at $282,000, and this may be different depending on many factors such as location. When comparing this figure with Crowder’s net worth, he most probably owns a stunning residence worth thousands of dollars. Likewise, this may be true when it comes to tax payment too. While he hasn’t yet made public his insurance plans, he most probably has excellent health, property, and life insurance coverage.
Crowder’s Expensive Dogs
Steven Crowder loves pets, dogs in particular. He owns a couple of Dogo Argentino, namely Betty and Hopper. These dog species are usually expensive, and their average market price ranges between $500-$700 today. If you check his Instagram feeds, you’ll come across many images of the brawny Hopper and the good-looking Betty. He bought these two dogs nine years ago and has never ceased loving them.
More About Steven…
His full names are Steven Blake Crowder. Born on July 7, 1987, in Michigan, USA. Crowder holds American and Canadian citizenship with a Caucasian race. Alongside his younger brother, Jordan Crowder, he was raised by their single mother, Francie Crowder. Jordan took the same career as his brother in filmmaking and acting. He enrolled in Centennial Regional High School, and after graduating, proceeded to Champlain College. On his relationship status, Steven Crowder looked no further than his longtime girlfriend for a wife. He married Hillary Korzon on August 25, 2012. Crowder and Korzon's marriage has been flourishing since then. They are yet to get any children.
Steven Crowder’s journey to success hasn’t been a smooth ride. He has had to go through tough times to reach stardom. Through dedication and passion, he managed to clock a net worth of $3 million and doesn’t seem to be stopping soon.
Written by Allen Lee
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