Titus was the star, executive producer and co-creator of the hit sitcom Titus, a dark comedy based on "Norman Rockwell Is Bleeding," which ran from 2000-2002, and earned him a Writer's Guild nomination. The show also received an Emmy nomination. Time Magazine called him "brutal, hilarious and audacious," while Newsday called him "TV's most original comic voice since Seinfeld." After it finished its run, Titus starred in "Special Unit," a pilot he created for Comedy Central that was based on the "Shield," but with handicapped actors.
Most recently, Christopher Titus played the lead role of Brody in ABC's "Big Shots," a one hour drama that aired on Thursdays immediately after "Grey's Anatomy." He has had writer/producer deals with NBC/Universal, Showtime and Comedy Central. His original screenplay, Five Seconds, is currently in development with Mandalay. In 2006, Titus signed a four-album record deal with Comedy Central Records, and "The 5th Annual End of the World Tour" was released to rave reviews March 2007. "Norman Rockwell is Bleeding" will be released by Comedy Central Records in April of 2008.
Christopher Titus also stars in the upcoming 3-D horror film "Scar" and the 2007 indie film "Remarkable Power." Titus is the founder of The Insight Youth Project, a non-profit organization that raises money for children who have suffered abusive backgrounds.
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