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Titus, Christopher 1966(?)–

TITUS, Christopher 1966(?)–

(Chris Titus, Christopher T. Titus)

PERSONAL

Born March 10, 1966 (some sources cite October 1, 1964), in northern California; son of Kenneth Titus (in sales) and Juanita C. Holmes; married Erin, April, 1991; children: Kennie Marie. Education: Studied acting with Steven Book. Avocational Interests: Cars.


Addresses: Agent—OmniPop Talent Agency, 10700 Ventura Blvd., Second Floor, Studio City, CA 91604; Paradigm, 360 North Crescent Dr., North Building, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—Brillstein–Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.


Career: Actor, writer, producer, and comedian. Performed as a stand–up comedian at various venues and events, including Just for Laughs, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Also known as Christopher T. Titus.


Awards, Honors: Television Award nomination, episodic comedy, Writers Guild of America, 2002, for "The Pendulum" episode of Titus.

CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series:

Christopher Titus (title role), Titus, Fox, 2000–2002.


Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Himself, I Love the '80s (documentary), VH1, 2002.


Television Appearances; Movies:

First paramilitary person, Columbo: Grand Deceptions, ABC, 1989.

Cowboy, Deep Family Secrets, NBC, 1997.


Television Appearances; Specials:

FOX Fall Preview Special, Fox, 2000.

Himself, Laugh Out Loud: TV's 15 Greatest Comedians (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2002.

(As Chris Titus) Himself, Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding (also known as Christopher Titus: Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding), Showtime, 2004.


Television Appearances; Episodic:

(As Chris Titus) Jack Archer, "Woolly Bullies," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1989.

State trooper, "Dead Lois Walking," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1996.

(As Chris Titus) Guy, "Michael's First Stand," Union Square, NBC, 1997.

(As Chris Titus) Himself, Premium Blend, Comedy Central, 1997.

Greg the farmer, "The Motorcycle," Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Fox, 1998.

Marksman, "Discovery," Prey, ABC, 1998.

(As Chris Titus) Murphy, "The Apartment," Damon, Fox, 1998.

(As Chris Titus) Surf guy, "A Girl's Gotta Get It," Jenny, NBC, 1998.

(As Chris Titus) Himself, Howard Stern, E! Entertainment Television, 2001.

Himself, Pajama Party, Oxygen, 2001.

Himself, The View, ABC, 2001.

Mad TV, Fox, 2001.

Gabe, "Gabe's Story," The Twilight Zone, UPN, 2002.

Himself, USO Comedy Tour, Comedy Central, c. 2002.

(As Chris Titus) Himself, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2002, 2003.

Brian, "When Jimmy Met Greggy," Yes, Dear, CBS, 2003.

Himself, "Episode 25," The New Tom Green Show, MTV, 2003.

(As Chris Titus) Guest cohost, Good Day Live, Fox, 2003.

(As Chris Titus) Himself, "SUV from Hell," Rides, The Learning Channel, 2004.

Appeared in "What's Your Name, Who's Your Daddy?," an unaired episode of Hitz, UPN.


Television Appearances; Pilots:

Christopher Titus (title role), Titus, Fox, 2000.

John Chase, Future Tense, NBC, 2003.


Television Work; Series:

Creator and executive producer, Titus, Fox, 2000–2002.


Television Work; Specials:

(As Chris Titus) Executive producer, Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding (also known as Christopher Titus: Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding), Showtime, 2004.


Stage Appearances:

Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding, Hudson Theatre, Los Angeles, beginning 1998.


Film Appearances:

(As Chris Titus) Bob McReed, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, TransWorld Entertainment, 1988.

Dent, Crash Dive (also known as Crash Dive: The Chase Is On), New City Releasing, 1996.

Himself, Four Fingers of the Dragon, Dragon Films, 2003.


Some sources say Titus, billed as Matthew Walker, appeared as a stoned person in the film In the Army Now (also known as You're in the Army Now), Buena Vista, 1994.


Radio Appearances:

Himself, The Howard Stern Radio Show, 2001.


WRITINGS

Teleplays; Episodic:

Titus, Fox, episodes from 2000–2002.

USO Comedy Tour, Comedy Central, c. 2002.


Teleplays; Specials:

(As Chris Titus) Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding (also known as Christopher Titus: Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding), Showtime, 2004.


Teleplays; Episodic:

Titus, Fox, 2000.


Television Music; Theme Music; Series:

Titus, Fox, 2000–2002.

Stage Plays:

Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding, Hudson Theatre, Los Angeles, beginning 1998.


Nonfiction:

Contributed articles about cars to periodicals, including the Goodguys Gazette.


OTHER SOURCES

Periodicals:

Backstage West, January 6, 2000.

Entertainment Weekly, March 24, 2000, p. 82.

Metro, December 19, 2002.

Street Rodder, April, 2000.

TV Guide, April 1, 2000, pp. 29–30; June 17, 2000, pp. 34–38.

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