Steven Crowder on Fox & Friends

Today we’re meeting a young man you may have seen  in movies or the comedy stage, and you may have even read some of his writing.  But these days Steven Crowder is recognized as one of the youngest and funniest Fox News contributors. He is 24 and very outspoken on his thoughts about abstinence before marriage, living a righteous life, judging others, and how his faith affects his life.

Steven began his career in entertainment starting with voicework in children’s cartoons (most notably voicing the character of “The Brain” on the hit series “Arthur”) along with acting in both television and film.  After beginning to perform stand-up comedy at the age of 18, he was quickly scouted as the youngest Comedian ever to perform at the world famous “Just For Laughs” comedy festival in Montreal. Afterward, he went on to win Myspace’s national “So You Think You’re Funny” contest.

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Steven  also delivered a stand-out performance in the nationally successful Christian film, “To Save a Life,” in which he played “Doug” the football jock.

Check out all the videos from Steven’s YouTube channel. Here is the latest clip defending marriage on Fox and Friends: