Steven Blake Crowder (born July 7, 1987) is an American-Canadian stand-up comedian, actor, Fox News contributor, and voice actor.

Although born in Detroit, Michigan, he was raised in Greenfield Park, Quebec, Canada, a suburb of Montreal, where he graduated from Centennial Regional High School in 2004. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.[1] He first came to public prominence as the voice of Alan "The Brain" Powers on the children's television series Arthur. He has become popular for his weekly political postings on YouTube. His brother, Jordan Crowder, is an independent film director and his mother (Francine Crowder) is a stylist and costume designer in Canadian television. He is fluent in French.

He was the master of ceremonies on the third day of the 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Film and television

At age 12, Crowder provided the voice for the character Alan "The Brain" Powers on the popular children's TV series Arthur. In 2006, at age 18, Crowder became the youngest performer on the Just for Laughs comedy festival, breaking the previous record set by Chris Rock at 19. This led to appearances on XM Satellite Radio. Later he won the national “So You Think You’re Funny” MySpace Comedy Contest. He regularly appears on the Fox News shows Red Eye, Hannity, and Fox & Friends.

He starred as Blake in the film Bend & Break and as Doug Moore in To Save a Life, and appeared as "Jace" in an episode of the TV series Greek. He has also done voiceover work in films.[citation needed]

Political views

Crowder espouses conservative political views and addresses topical issues through his frequent postings on YouTube, at Pajamas Media's PJTV, and at Andrew Breitbart's Big Hollywood blog (see below). Crowder's videos address current events with humor and comic exaggeration. His works have, on various occasions, ridiculed celebrity political opinion,[2] satirized gun control,[3] and voiced opposition to illegal immigration.[4]

Crowder was featured on Hannity's America and discussed his displeasure with the Canadian health care system.[5] In a video titled "ObamaCare,"[6] Crowder used a hidden camera to investigate Canadian health clinics, which he criticized for being inefficient and expensive.


Year Film Role
2000 Arthur's Perfect Christmas Alan 'The Brain' Powers (voice)
2001 Two Summers Friend
2004 Arthur's Halloween Alan 'The Brain' Powers (voice)
2005 3 Needles Depanneur Manager
2006 Arthur's Missing Pal Alan 'The Brain' Powers (Voice)
The Covenant Party Kid
2007 Si j'étais toi AKA The Secret Classroom Boy
2008 Bend & Break Blake
2008 The Velveteen Rabbit Baseball Boy #1
2010 To Save a Life Doug Moore
2010 * The American Matrix - Age Of Deception Himself


External links

Articles and interviews

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