Christopher Titus is a prolific stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and producer. His stand-up work sees him playing to sold-out audiences at clubs and theaters around the country.
As a creator, Titus has sold scripts and ideas to NBC, ABC, FOX, and Comedy Central. His multi-cam half-hour “Titus” premiered to critical and audience acclaim on Fox, earning the show an Emmy Nomination, while Titus himself received a WGA Award Nomination for his writing on the show. Following “Titus,” Chris had a number of straight offer series leads including ABC’s “Big Shots."
Titus has written and starred in eight 90-minute comedy specials, some of which spent months on the Billboard Top Ten Comedy Chart. He is currently performing his ninth 90-minute special, "Stories I Shouldn't Tell," while his most recent hit special, “Amerigeddon,” is available on Amazon. Additionally, Chris has a very successful podcast called "The Armageddon Update/Titus Podcast" with 8-million downloads.
Most recently, Chris wrote, produced, directed, and starred in the feature “Special Unit,” about a team of special needs people who form an undercover police unit.
With a take-no-prisoners wit, years of writing hysterical, poignant comedy both in front of and behind the camera, Chris Titus is a voice unlike any other.
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