With years 10 years of improv/sketch comedy experience with the Metro Detroit comedy troupe Project 2 Improv, Brian Titus is no stranger to the stage. Performing for public and private audiences across Michigan, his addition to Project 2 Improv as a cast member and writer of original sketches allows him to sharpen his comedic wit. He was recently called “hyper and likeable, similar to Chris Farley, is as equally adept at physical comedy as he is at assuming a highly visible role as the wise cracking fat kid,” by the Belleville View newspaper.
Titus has been burning up the mic with his latest labor of love, stand-up comedy! He can be seen at many of the comedy clubs in the area. When he isn’t on stage hamming it up, he may be seen out at a public event with Drive By Improv, a group of guerilla style improvisers who play pranks on the unsuspecting public.
Along with his work in such indie films as Surviving the Rush, Bad to the Bone, Tetherball, Mary's Buttons, Kent Masters: Secret Agent, Don’t Drink and Teach (a short film he co-wrote and produced), and Confidance (a short film he co-directed). Titus is a working actor who aims to continue his work in film, television, and other forms of media. He can also be seen in the webisodic show Group The Series, where he plays an interior decorator named Sal who has ties to the Amish mafia. He will also be in the upcoming film A Dog For Christmas.
In addition to the entertainment industry, Titus has worked a variety of challenging and rewarding jobs. In 2002, he took a position at WKQI Channel 955’s top-rated morning show ‘Mojo in the Morning’ as an Assistant Producer, eventually earning a position for a short time in their promotions department. A graduate of Specs Howard School of Media Arts with a certification in television and radio broadcasting has helped to continually feed his passion for voice over work. Please go to (Website hidden) to learn more about Brian Titus.
“Work hard, and be honest to yourself & others.” This is a motto that he instills in his personal and professional life.
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English (North American), English
Child (5-12), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Business, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Television, Videogames
In 2001 Brian Titus graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts with a Certification in Radio and Television broadcasting. Working as an Assistant Producer for Channel 955's 'Mojo in the Morning' in 2002 voiced and edited several spots, and show packages. In addition he has worked independently for years as a sketch and improv comedian, working with 'Project 2 Improv' and 'Drive By Improv.' Currently Brian Titus has been in 5 feature films and several short films. He currently works at a marketing company in Metro Detroit.
Specs Howard School of Media Arts - Certification in Radio and Television Broadcasting
Computer & Software
Dell PC & Toshiba Laptop, Audacity Editing
Technical Pro Mixer, External Hard Drive, Professional Headphones
.WAV, .MPG on CD or E-mail
1-2 days for production.
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