Titus Welliver was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1962. He studied art at Bennington College and the University of Pennsylvania, and then went on to study theatre at NYU Tisch School of the Arts in New York, New York.
His mother, Norma Cripps, was a fashion illustrator and his father was Neil Welliver, a blue chip contemporary landscape painter. Titus started formal art training with his father at age 12.
He is currently starring in Amazon Prime’s Video series Bosch, based on the popular Michael Connelly books. Having a significant career as an actor in theatre, films and television, Welliver returned to painting at various times in his career.
He has exhibited in New York and Los Angeles, most recently a group pop up show in 2018 in Los Angeles. He has shown with Frank Pictures Gallery in Los Angeles, the 10 High Street Gallery in Camden, Maine, The Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland, Maine, the Tremaine Art Gallery at the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecticut and Susan Mash Fine Art in Portland, Maine.
He has a painting studio in Connecticut where he is continually inspired by day and night light and nature of the Northeast. He paints in acrylic and his paintings are moody yet inviting. He created his first, limited-edition fine print edition with Stewart & Stewart in 2019 and is represented by both Debbe Goldstein at ArtRep-DG.com and Stewart & Stewart (StewartStewart.com).