Steven Blake Crowder, or simply Steven Crowder, is a political commentator with both American and Canadian nationality. Additionally, Crowder is an actor, comedian, and host of the show Louder with Crowder. Steven is happily married to wife Hilary Crowder whose maiden name is Hilary Korzon. The couple got married in 2012.
Steven is a conservative political commentator. His sarcastic videos streams on his YouTube channel which gained one million subscribers in 2017. He has also worked on Fox News and regularly appeared on TheBlaze.
To find out more about Steven Crowder's marriage to wife Hilary Crowder, continue reading.
Steven Crowder married to Hilary Crowder
The dream wedding of the husband Steven with wife Hilary took place at the end of August in 2012. The bride looked gorgeous in her white couture gown and Steven's black tuxedo suited him well.
Wedding photo of Steven and Hilary
The newlywed bridegroom wrote an abstinence column titled "Waiting till the wedding night – getting married the right way". In the column, he states the benefits of abstinent before the marriage.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) August 13, 2017
The column was first posted on LouderWithCrowder.com and is available to read in Fox News Opinion as well.
It has been almost 6-years that Steven tied the knot with Hilary. The couple is in a healthy relationship. Even though he isn't blessed with any children, he takes care of his American bulldog named Hopper like his own child.
Early life and Career of Steven Crowder
Raised in a Christian household in Greenfield Park, Quebec, Steven started off his career by giving voice to Alan "The Brain" Powers, a character in Arthur which is an animated educational television series for children.
At the age of 15, he started doing stand-up comedy and landed doing a role in the movie To Save a Life at the age of 22. Prior to that, he acted on several films. He made his first appearance on Fox News when he was 21-year-old and worked there for 4-years.
Conservative comedian Steven Crowder punched at pro-union protest in Michigan http://t.co/OlXGgtXX
— Fox News (@FoxNews) December 11, 2012
Since 2009, he has been regularly posting politically conservative videos. His satirical video of Brack Obama's endorsement ad by Lena Dunham was mentioned in the magazine, The American Spector.