|Born||in New York City, New York, USA|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Jim Titus began acting in New York City, at the age of 4 when he joined his first theater group. He continued his training and performances around the city, eventually becoming a teenage member of The AMAS Repertory Theater, founded by Rosetta LeNoire. As a member of AMAS, Jim was trained in Drama, Movement, and Voice. His membership with this company also led to his first Off-Broadway performance, in The River Flows, at Manhattan's Harold Clurman Theater. Eventually, Jim leaned into his unique sense of humor and began training at several improv facilities including The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade in both NYC and Los Angeles. Jim's continued commitment to studying both comedy and drama has led to a career that has spanned across several genres and formats, from multi and single-cam comedies, to procedural and serialized dramas. Jim's first feature film appearance came about on the set of Finding Forrester (2000) when director Gus Van Sant observed him on set as an extra and decided to offer him a principal role in the film.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Sam G.
|Kyla P. Settles||(20 August 2006 - ?)|