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Overview (4)

Born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA
Birth NameSteven Blake Crowder
Nickname Louder With Crowder
Height 6' 2½" (1.89 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born in the US state of Michigan and raised in Quebec, Canada, Steven Crowder really had nothing going for him until he turned twelve. It was at that age that he was awarded the coveted role of voicing the character "The Brain" in the hit children's TV series, Arthur (1996). The role immediately launched him into the realm of "Babe Magnet". With this in mind, he continued down the path of acting (in both voice, TV and film) until he came to the realization that he was no longer the cute infant that Public Broadcasting had learned to love. Now that his baby-fat cheeks had left him, he knew that he needed a new "hook "to catch the ladies. Frantically, he searched for the answer until one summer, working as manual labor for the "Just for Laughs" Comedy Festival, the art of stand-up comedy caught his eye. He approached a famous comedian and received advice on how to get started in the business, after which he was escorted from the premises, fined a hefty sum and brutally beaten. Once the feeding tube was removed, Steven sauntered on down to a local comedy club to try his hand at the trade. The throwing of vegetables and angry screams of the crowd created an incredible "rush", upon which Steven became immediately addicted and he never looked back. One year later, at 18 years old, Steven returned to the "Just for Laughs" as the youngest Comedian ever to grace the festivals stage (breaking the previous record set by Chris Rock at 19). His act was so well received that coordinators decided to feature him on XM Radio and booked him on tours across North America. Now, based out New York City, and fresh off of winning the nationwide "So you Think You're Funny" MySpace Comedy Contest, Steven Crowder continues to please both audiences and critics with his unique brand of comedy and point of view.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: StevenCrowder.net

Spouse (1)

Hilary Korzon (25 August 2012 - present)

Trivia (10)

He acted in a Yoplait Yogurt Tubes commercial in which the catch phrase was "Did you finish the tubes?" The ad became so popular that "Tubes" became the nickname given to him by his fellow classmates in high school.
He played the role of the child riding a bicycle into a car accident on a sketch for a televised "Just For Laughs" gala at the age of 9.
His father is American and mother is French-Canadian. Steven has dual citizenship and speaks both French and English
His mother Francine Crowder is a stylist and costume designer in Canadian television.
Many of his stand-up comedy routines make references to childhood memories and experiences many people have in common.
Younger brother of actor and filmmaker Jordan Crowder.
Cousin of Sylvie Lacaille.
Is engaged [March 2012].
Brother-in-law of Lacy Prince.
Fox News contributor.

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