Who is Steven Crowder's wife? Meet Hilary Crowder

Olivia Olphin February 24, 2021

Who is Steven Crowder’s wife, Hilary? American Conservative commentator Steven Crowder has allegedly been suspended from Twitter in the past 12 hours. This has brought him back into the media spotlight, leading some people to want to know more about him.

Who is Steven Crowder?

Steven Crowder is a conservative political commentator and comedian. He runs his own Youtube channel with nearly 800,000 subscribers.

Crowder was born on 7 July 1987 in Michigan and moved with his family at the age of three to the Montreal suburb of Greenfield Park, Quebec in Canada.

Steven runs the Youtube and podcast series Louder With Crowder, where he shares his opinions on political issues. Crowder was also previously a contributor at Fox News.

According to various Twitter users, Crowder was banned from Twitter after spreading false claims that people had voted from addresses that do not exist in the latest US general election. These claims have been debunked and are not substantiated by facts.

Meet Steven Crowder’s wife, Hilary

Steven Crowder’s wife is Hilary Crowder, formally known as Hilary Korzon.

Hilary Crowder was born on 1 January 1987 and is 34 years old.

She studied political science at Calvin College in Michigan and graduated in 2010. She married Steven two years later, on 25 August 2012.

Both Steven Crowder and his wife Hilary are devoutly Christian.

Steven has posted pictures on Instagram of his wife in hospital last year.

He clarified on his Twitter last year that his wife was suffering from GBS (Guillain-Barré syndrome) which is where a person’s immune system damages their own nerve cells. This can cause paralysis and muscle weakness.

However, there has been some recent good news. Steven announced on his Youtube channel in January that he and his wife are expecting twins! We wish the pair all the luck getting ready for their new babies.

Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.