Christopher Titus Net Worth

Christopher Titus Net Worth:

$2 Million

Compare Christopher Titus’ Net Worth

Christopher Titus Net Worth

Christopher Titus

Net Worth:

$2 Million

Date of Birth:

Oct . 1 1964 (57 years old)




6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m)


Comedian, actor, screenwriter TV producer


United States of America

What is Christopher Titus’ Net Worth?

Christopher Titus is an American comedian, actor, and writer, producer and director with an estimated amount of 2 million dollars. Christopher Titus is probably best famous for his appearance in”Titus,” a FOX program “Titus” (2000-2002), which he wrote and produced executive. Christopher has released several comedy albums/specials such as “Norman Rockwell is Bleeding” (2004), “Love Is Evol” (2009), “Angry Pursuit of Happiness” (2015), and “Amerigeddon” (2018), and he also produced a few of the series. Titus also produced and directed the Comedy series “Josh Wolf: Weird Times” (2020), “Fortune Feimster: Wheel of Fortune’s Jokes” (2020), “Ron Funches: Awakening” (2020) as well as “Rachel Bradley: Alpha Chick” (2021). Christopher produced, wrote, and directed the made and appeared in the film “Special Unit,” and he’s appeared in movies “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” (1988), “Scar” (2007), “Remarkable Power” (2008), and “Bad Parents” (2012) and TV shows like “The Twilight Zone” (2002), “Big Shots” (2007-2008), “CSI: Miami” (2011), and “Rizzoli & Isles” (2015). He hosts”The Christopher Titus Podcast” since 2011 “Christopher Titus Podcast” with his wife, Rachel Bradley, since the year 2011.

Early Life

Christopher Titus Net Worth

Christopher Titus was born Christopher Todd Titus on October 1, 1964, located in Castro Valley, California. There is a brother younger than him called Dave and was raised with an alcoholic dad, Ken along with a schizophrenia-prone mother named Juanita. Christopher’s mother murdered her second husband which was abusive. Fortunately, was found not guilty of murder. A singer and beauty Queen, Juanita spent some time in mental facilities and then died through suicide, in the year 1994. Titus’s older sister Shannon was able to end her own life in 2004 following her breakup of her. Ken died in 2001 of cardiac arrest. Ken had had around four heart attacks. He blamed the initial one on Christopher who stole the engine of his boat to fix his vehicle. Ken was so upset about the incident that it set off a heart attack. Titus told of the incident, “I got to the hospital and the staff was shouting, “Nice job, trying to murder your dad” I replied, “What?’ They were saying, “You messed with his boat You messed up his boat!’ I responded, “Hey, you think it was the 30 years of drinking and smoking and womanizing that could have caused it?’ “No, it was due to you taking a part of his vessel.'” Christopher was a victim of alcohol and drug abuse throughout his youth until he slipped in a bonfire after the night and almost died.

Stand Up Career

In his stand-up comedian’s early profession, Titus was a performer in “An Evening at the Improv” (1993) as well as “Premium Blend” (1997) and made his debut with the album and a special, “Norman Rockwell is Bleeding,” in 2004. The album was released by Comedy Central Records, and the next three albums were “The Fifth Annual End of The World Tour” (2007), “Love Is Evol” (2009) as well as “Revolution” (2011). “Love is Evol” dealt with the separation of Christopher’s previous wife Erin Carden, and the album’s special features him saying in the album that his divorce made his ex-wife to “a demon slithering from the fiery depths of Satan’s anus.” The year 2013 was the first time Titus launched the film “Voice in My Head,” which was followed by the 2015 release of “Angry Pursuit of Happiness,” the 2016 release “Born With a Defect,” the 2018 release “Amerigeddon,” and 2020’s “Carrying Monsters.” Christopher made his acting debut in the horror-comedy movie “Killer Klowns from Outer Space,” and later he appeared as a guest in “21 Jump Street” (1989), “Columbo” (1989), “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” (1996), “Union Square” (1997), “Jenny” (1998), “Prey” (1998), “Damon” (1998)”Damon” (1998), and “Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction” (1998). At the same time, Christopher was also in the movie “Crash Dive” (1996) and the TV film “Deep Family Secrets” (1997).

TV Career

From 2000 until 2002, Christopher played the role of Christopher on the dark comedy show “Titus,” which ran for three seasons on Fox. The show was inspired by “Norman Rockwell is Bleeding,” which was loosely inspired by Titus his real family, and it featured Stacy Keach as Ken Titus, Zack Ward as Dave Scoville/Titus along with Cynthia Watros as Erin Fitzpatrick. “Titus” earned Christopher a Writers Guild of America Award nomination in 2002. But the show was pulled after Christopher had a heated argument with the show’s executives who wanted him to stop the relationship between Christopher and Erin in the show. Titus thought it could compromise the main focus of the show “two screwed up people living a normal life,” and he was engaged to Erin Carden at the time. When “Titus” ended, Christopher appeared as a guest in “The Twilight Zone” (2002), “Yes, Dear” (2003), “CSI: Miami” (2011), “The Exes” (2015), “Rizzoli & Isles” (2015), “Finding Carter” (2015), and “We’re Not Friends” (2018) He also played Brody Johns on the ABC series “Big Shots” from 2007 until 2008. Titus was in the TV film “Future Tense” (2003) and the movies “Scar” (2007), “Remarkable Power” (2008), and “Bad Parents” (2012) as well as composed, directed and produced, and played in the award-winning movie “Special Unit” (2017). Christopher was also the host of”Phonography,” a game series, on the History channel from 2014 to “Phonography” on the History channel from 2014 until 2015. In 2020, he debuted “The Titus Family Reunion” special on YouTube. The reunion took place eight years following that 2003 “Titus” series finale, and Christopher wrote, directed, and produced it.

Personal Life

Christopher got married to Erin Carden on April 17, 1991. They welcomed their daughter Kennie Marie, born on the 25th of August 2001 along with Jett Evan, and their son Jett Evan on May 8 April, 2004. Following Titus and Carden’s divorce in June of 2006, Christopher married Rachel Bradley on August 11, 2013. Titus established the charitable foundation The Insight Youth Project, and a portion of the proceeds from the sale of his special “The Voice in My Head” were donated to the charity.

Awards and Nominations

In 2017 “Special Unit” earned Titus the Best Direction Award at the Hope Film Awards and a Best Comedy Feature award at the Los Angeles Film Awards. In the film “Titus,” Christopher received an Online Film & Television Association Award nomination for Best Actor in the New Comedy Series (2000) as well as a Writers Guild of America Award nomination for Episodic Comedy for the episode “The Pendulum” (2002).

Real Estate

At the beginning of 2020 Titus in the early 2020s, Titus paid $1.61 million to purchase a 3,500-square-foot golf course residence located in Tarzana, California. The property has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as two balconies and an open-concept kitchen. Christopher bought the home for $89,000 less than the price he was asking for.

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