Conservative political commentator Steven Crowder became a social media sensation with his YouTube channel’s segment “Change My Mind,” which turned into a popular meme. In addition, Steven is a talented media host, actor, and stand-up comedian. As of 2023, Steven Crowder has a net worth of $4 million.
Steven Blake Crowder was born on July 7, 1987 and is originally from Detroit, Michigan. His family relocated to Quebec, Canada, when he was three years old. Not surprisingly, Crowder has French and Canadian blood.
At 12 years-old, he was hired to voice Alan “The Brain” Powers in the PBS children’s series Arthur. Around this time, he was attending Centennial Regional High School.
At the age of 17, he became a stand-up comic and actor. The following year, he returned to the United States and studied for two semesters at Champlain College.
While he was a student, Crowder acted in films such as The Covenant, 3 Needles, The Secret, and To Save a Life. In 2009, Steven became a contributor for Fox News and began making satirical videos about right-wing politics with Pajama Media and Big Hollywood.
In 2011, he was chosen to host the Conservative Political Action Conference. Crowder parted ways with Fox News in 2012. Five years later, he joined CRTV and had his own show, Louder with Crowder. The show was also uploaded to his YouTube channel.
The StevenCrowder YouTube channel started back in 2009. With this, Steven regularly uploaded conservative political commentary videos with humor and candor. However, these qualities were also the reason for many of his controversies.
In 2019, YouTube investigated Steven’s account for using offensive language towards certain individuals. The platform ultimately decided that he wasn’t violating any policies, but it still hurt his reputation.
Nevertheless, the content creator found ways to boost his popularity. His “Change My Mind” series continues to attract millions of views, which helped him acquire over 5.8 million subscribers.
Net Worth and Earnings
Steven Crowder has experienced issues with videos getting demonetized because of the type of content he produces. However, this hasn’t stopped him from making more videos as he isn’t motivated by money.
Crowder’s channel averages 8 million views per month. Based on his views and assuming a CPM of $4, he could make up to $1,400 per day from YouTube ad revenue. On his show, he does accept sponsors to earn extra income. A recent example is Walther Arms, a German firearm manufacturer.
Plus, he sells Louder with Crowder merch to fans on CrowderShop.com and takes them on tours across the US. Steven’s net worth now sits at $4 million.
Steven Crowder married Hilary Crowder in 2012 but she filed divorce papers in 2021. According to the Daily Mail, Hilary is living alone in Dallas and taking care of their twins, Charlotte and Magnus. Steven is currently fighting for custody of the kids and the divorce has been bitter.