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Who is Steven Curtis Chapman? Wiki, Biography, Age, Spouse, Net Worth

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Steven Curtis Chapman is a well-known celebrity from United States of America. So let’s check out Steven Curtis Chapman’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details. Steven Curtis Chapman was born in the Paducah, Kentucky in 1962.

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

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Real Name Steven Curtis Chapman
Nickname Steven Curtis
Profession Actor

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Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

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Age (2021) 59 Years
Birthplace Paducah
Date Of Birth November 21, 1962
Sunsign Aries
Hometown Paducah
Food Habits Not Available
Nationality American

Steven Curtis Chapman was born on November 21, 1962 in Paducah. Steven Curtis age is 59 years as of in 2021 and his birthplace is Paducah.
Currently, He is living in Paducah, and working as Actor.
By nationality, He is American, and currently, his food habit is mix vegetarian & non-vegetarian.
He also worships all the Gods and goddesses and also celebrates all the festivals.
His hobby is acting. He loves doing acting in movies and shows.

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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements

Steven Curtis’s height is Not Available tall and he looks tall when standing with his friends. Though he is a little tall as compared to his friends still he manages to maintain his weight.
His weight is around Not Available and he always exercises to maintain that. He loves to do exercises regularly and also tells others to do that.
According to Steven Curtis, you must have to do exercise regularly to stay fit. his body measurements are not available currently, but we will update them very soon.

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Steven Curtis Chapman Spouse, Wife, , Personal Life

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his Girlfriend’s name is Not Available. They are in relation from previous few years of strong relationship. We have no information about Steven Curtis’s Girlfriend.
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Also, we have no information about his son and daughter. We can’t say their name. If you know some information, please comment below.

Steven Curtis Chapman Net Worth

The Steven Curtis Chapman Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD

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Fast Facts You Need To Know


In 2019, Chapman released the sequel to his Billboard Bluegrass #1 Album Deep Roots entitled Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows, which also peaked #1 on the Billboard Bluegrass charts.


In 2015, Chapman released “Warrior” as the official song for the soundtrack to War Room.

“Amen”, was sent to Christian AC radio on October 6, 2015.


Beginning in September 2014 until September 2017, Chapman hosted the “Sam’s Place: Music for the Spirit” concert series at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and featured performances by the likes of MercyMe, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith and Third Day.


Chapman released Deep Roots exclusively through Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. on March 11, 2013.

In September 2013, Reunion Records released Chapman’s eighteenth album (the second with Reunion Records), The Glorious Unfolding, which is also his first studio album in seven years that features completely original material. The album received critical acclaim, with many critics ranking it among his other chart-topping albums. The album peaked at No. 27 on the US Billboard 200.

God with Us – A Celebration of Christmas Carols & Classics
(with Anointed, Michael W. Smith, Twila Paris, Sandi Patty, Chris Willis, Steve Green, Cheri Keaggy, Avalon, Out of the Grey, Ray Boltz, Clay Crosse, CeCe Winans, Larnelle Harris)


In August 2012, Chapman announced his departure from Sparrow Records and his signature to Sony’s Provident Label Group.

He released his fourth Christmas album, JOY, on October 16, 2012.


On November 10, 2011, Chapman and his wife became grandparents for the first time when a baby girl, Eiley Eliza Richards, was born to Emily and her husband Tanner Richards, in Ireland.

On May 7, 2011, Chapman received an Honorary Doctorate of Music from Anderson University and was the commencement speaker for the class of 2011.

In September 2011, Chapman and his wife were awarded the Congressional Angels in Adoption award by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI) in Washington, D.C.


Chapman was recognized in the Fall 2010 issue of Wood & Steel discussing the new Taylor 714 Signature Series guitar in honor of his youngest daughter Maria Sue. The guitar features the flower from Maria’s picture and the word “SEE” on the 12th fret in Maria’s handwriting. In 2003, Chapman starred in the Christian film Christmas Child.


Chapman is also a vocal advocate for adoption along with his wife Mary Beth. They started a charity organization called Show Hope (formerly called Shaohannah’s Hope) which mobilizes individuals and communities to care for orphans through its international orphan care work, as well as offering adoption grants to help put orphans in families. In 2009, Show Hope finished building Maria’s Big House of Hope, a medical center in China that provides care to orphans with special needs.

On November 3, 2009, Chapman released his seventeenth album Beauty Will Rise. Many of the songs from this album are inspired by the death of his daughter, Maria Sue. He claims that the songs on the album are his “personal psalms”. Chapman, his wife and two sons each got a tattoo of the flower that Maria drew before her untimely death.

After Maria’s accident, the Chapman family spoke publicly about their loss and the role that faith played in their healing. They have appeared on Good Morning America, Larry King Live, in People, The 700 Club, and Huckabee. Maria was buried in the flower girl dress that she was planning to wear to Emily’s October wedding. The family put Maria’s ballet shoes, her favorite doll, letters from her brothers and sisters, and other personal mementos to Maria in her coffin. During the funeral service, Will kept Maria’s security blanket around his shoulders. Maria Sue is buried in Williamson Memorial Gardens in Franklin, Tennessee. Chapman’s subsequent album, Beauty Will Rise, focuses on Maria’s death and its aftermath. Chapman almost quit his singing career due to Maria’s death and he nearly chose to never sing “Cinderella” again, but soon realized that Maria would have wanted him to continue singing and to honor her memory by singing “Cinderella”. An investigation of Maria’s death was performed by the Tennessee Highway Patrol. It was ruled as a tragic accident and no charges were filed. In November 2009, a year after Maria died, Chapman performed at a special concert at Harvest Christian Fellowship. Greg Laurie, the pastor of Harvest, suffered the loss of his own son, Christopher Laurie, just months after Chapman’s loss. Chapman performed several songs from Beauty Will Rise.

In 2009, Show Hope finished building Maria’s Big House of Hope, a medical care center in China that provides holistic care to orphans with special needs. Maria’s Big House of Hope is also dedicated to the memory of the late Maria Sue Chunxi Chapman. Also in 2009, Chapman and his wife received the Children’s Champion Award from the charitable organization Children’s Hunger Fund for their work with Show Hope.


On April 20, 2008, Chapman was awarded a star on Nashville’s Walk of Fame for his contributions in Christian music.

Maria Sue Chunxi Chapman died from her injuries and blood loss in a driveway accident on May 21, 2008. The accident happened eight days after Maria’s 5th birthday. Will Franklin was pulling into the driveway of their house after he auditioned for a musical at school and Maria Sue was running to meet him so she could ask Will to put her on the monkey bars. They didn’t see each other in time and Will accidentally ran over Maria. Maria was life flighted via air medical services to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. The paramedics tried to save Maria on the way to the hospital, but they couldn’t. Maria was pronounced dead on arrival. At the time of Maria’s death, the Chapman family was preparing to celebrate Caleb’s high school graduation from Christ Presbyterian Academy and Emily’s engagement just hours before the accident.


In 2007, Chapman co-headlined Newsong’s annual Winter Jam tour with Jeremy Camp. For the tour, he brought his sons’ band, Colony House, out on tour to play as his backing band, along with longtime keyboardist Scott Sheriff. Chapman also released This Moment, which included the hit singles “Cinderella” and “Yours”, in October 2007. He was chosen for WOW Hits 2009 for Cinderella.


In 2006, Chapman went on tour to several Asian countries. His website claims his concert for U.S. troops serving in South Korea was the first Christian concert ever performed for the troops in that country, and a concert in Shanghai, China, was “the first public performance by a Gospel recording artist event in the city open to China passport holders”, and the third-largest concert in Shanghai that spring. The tour also took the artist to Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Singapore. During the same period, his song “The Blessing” reached No. 1 on Thailand radio charts.


Together, Chapman and his wife have written three children’s books with adoption themes: Shaoey And Dot: Bug Meets Bundle (2004), Shaoey and Dot: The Christmas Miracle (2005), and Shaoey and Dot: A Thunder and Lightning Bug Story with illustrations by Jim Chapman (2006). Chapman’s modern fairytale, Cinderella: The Love of a Daddy and His Princess (2008) chronicles and celebrates the blessings of childhood, family, love, and life. Together with minister Scotty Smith, Chapman has authored two books for the adult inspirational market: Speechless (1999), and Restoring Broken Things (2005). Chapman’s song “All About Love” has been featured in commercials for the Fox television show Celebrity Duets. In 2016, he released the memoir Between Heaven and the Real World: My Story.


Chapman and his sons recorded a cover of the song “I Love My Lips” under the name of “Stevenson” after his oldest son Caleb Stevenson for the 2003 Veggie Rocks album. His sons Caleb and Will perform together as the band Colony House. Chapman is best friends with Geoff Moore.


Chapman continued to enjoy success with albums like Heaven in the Real World, Signs of Life, and Speechless. In 2001, with the release of Declaration, Chapman got more attention in the Top 200. That album, along with 2003’s All About Love, peaked in the Top 15. The follow-up, All Things New, made it to No. 22.


The couple currently live in Franklin, Tennessee, and have three biological children, Emily Elizabeth, Caleb Stevenson, and Will Franklin. After going on a mission trip to Haiti with Mary Beth in 1997, Emily asked her parents about adopting a girl from overseas, but they said no. After much persistence from Emily Elizabeth and doing some research Steven and Mary Beth changed their minds and adopted three young girls from China. Shaohannah Hope Yan, Stevey Joy Ru, and Maria Sue Chunxi.


Chapman has also released four Christmas albums, beginning with 1995’s The Music of Christmas. In 2003 he released Christmas Is All in the Heart exclusively through Hallmark Gold Crown Stores and in 2005, he released All I Really Want for Christmas and finally Joy was released in 2012.


In 1992, Chapman made a successful shift into a more mainstream audience with his album The Great Adventure. The album garnered Chapman two more Grammys, for the album and for the title track video, again in gospel categories. After Sparrow Records was purchased by EMI/Liberty, they began to market the album to a broader audience, pushing it to gold status in 1993. The success of the album prompted Chapman To record one of his concerts and release it as The Live Adventure, both as a video and a CD. This continuation won Chapman more GMA Awards, and also a new award from American Songwriter magazine for Songwriter and Artist of the Year.


Chapman’s brother-in-law, Jim Chapman, was the bass vocalist in the 1990s country music group 4 Runner. Steven’s son, Will Chapman, married singer/songwriter Jillian Edwards in December 2012.

In the late 1990s, Chapman became involved in youth violence prevention efforts following the 1997 Heath High School shooting at his alma mater in West Paducah, Kentucky. Chapman even dedicated a song, “With Hope”, from his 1999 album, Speechless, to the families who lost someone in the shooting. In addition, he was asked to sing at the joint funeral held for the three victims. Chapman later gave a memorial concert and joined Charles Colson and others in creating a video designed to sensitize teenagers to the signs of serious violence planning among peers and to encourage them to report plans that are told to them.


In 1987, Chapman released his first album, First Hand. The album included the song “Weak Days”, which peaked at No. 2 on the Contemporary Christian Music chart. In 1988, he followed with his second album, Real Life Conversations, which earned him four more hits, including the No. 1 song “His Eyes”. The song, which was co-written by James Isaac Elliott, earned the Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year award from the Gospel Music Association in 1989. That year, he also won a GMA Award for Best Songwriter of the Year.


Chapman began his career in the late 1980s as a songwriter and performer of contemporary Christian music and has since been recognized as the most awarded artist in Christian music, releasing over 25 albums. He has also won five Grammy awards and 59 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, more than any other artist in history. His seven “Artist of the Year” Dove Awards are also an industry record. As of 2014, Chapman has sold more than 10 million albums and has 10 RIAA-certified Gold or Platinum albums.

In the 1980s, Chapman wrote a song called “Built to Last”, which was recorded by prominent gospel group The Imperials. The strength of the song prompted him to be signed to a songwriting deal with Sparrow Records, where he rose to prominence. As of 2007, artists like Sandi Patty, Billy Dean, Glen Campbell, the Cathedral Quartet and Roger Whittaker have recorded Chapman’s songs.

Chapman is a devout Christian and is married to Mary Beth Chapman (née Chapman). The couple met in the early 1980s at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana, and married in the fall of 1984.


Steven Curtis Chapman (born November 21, 1962) is an American contemporary Christian music singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, author, and social activist.

Steven Curtis Chapman was born to Judy and Herb Chapman in Paducah, Kentucky, on November 21, 1962. Chapman’s father is a guitar teacher in Paducah, and young Steven and older brother Herb Jr. grew up playing the guitar and singing.