In 1986, Titus won The Spokane Comedy Award. In 1987, he was a finalist for the Seattle comedy award. And in 1994, Titus was a finalist for the Denver Comedy award.
Christopher Titus is 6 foot 2 inches.
Christopher Titus is the founder of The Insight Project, a non-profit organization that donates money to children raised in abusive homes.
Christopher's daughter, Kennie Marie, was named after his father, Ken Titus.
Christopher and his wife, Erin, filed for divorce in 2006. According to a news article, they divorced because of "irreconcilable differences."
Christopher grew up in Newark, California.
Christopher writes for Hot Rod magazine.
Christopher made his acting debut in the 1988 film Killer Klowns from Outer Space.
Christopher has his own production company called Deranged Entertainment.
Christopher is the founder of The Insight Project, a non-profit organization that raises money for children who have suffered abusive backgrounds.
Christopher has written several articles for Street Rodder Magazine.
In November 2004, NBC cut a deal for Christopher to write, star and produce a half hour comedy based on his current one man show - The fifth annual end of the world tour.
In November 2004, the F/X Channel signed a blind deal with Christopher to create a half hour comedy show. It's still in the works.
Christopher performed his first act at the Punchline in San Francisco before the age of 18.
Christopher also has a standup comedy special called Norman Rockwell is Bleeding.
In 2002, Christopher was nominated for the WGA Award (TV) Episodic Comedy
for the Titus (2000) episode The Pendulum.
Christopher lives with his wife, Erin, in Canoga Park, California with their two children and two dogs.
Christopher enjoys customizing cars and currently has four.
Christopher and Erin have been married since 1991.
Christopher's TV series Titus (2000) was loosely based upon his own real life. He also frequently talks about his life in his standup routine.
Christopher's mother, Juanita, killed an abusive second husband in 1986 over a Thanksgiving dinner argument. She later died from a self inflicted gunshot would in 1994.
Christopher and his wife Erin welcomed their first child, a daughter named Kennie Marie on August 25, 2001.
Christopher appeared on The Learning Channel's Rides (2004) detailing the construction of the Grand Master custom hot rod and the modeling of a customized Ford Thunderbird. March, 2003.
Some of the things mentioned in the sitcom Titus (2000) about him is actually true. Christopher does have a sister named Kirsten and he did fall into a bonfire when he was a teenager.
Christopher and his wife Erin welcomed their second child, a son named Jett Evan, on 8 May 2004.
In an interview (featured on the 6-disc DVD release of Titus (2000)'s first two seasons), Christopher states that he preferred the cancellation of Titus because it pushed the envelope and not because it wasn't funny.
His father, Ken, was married three times and lived with two other women during Christopher's early years.
Christopher Titus: I think our collective psychosis is hilarious. With the world moving as fast as it is, if we weren't dysfunctional, we couldn't function.
Christopher Titus: (Commentary on the episode "Dad's Dead")
We kinda hated sitcoms when we sat down and talked about this. We wanted to do something that was in the sitcom vain but totally different.