Titus Makin Jr. is an American actor best known for his recurring role as David, a member of the Dalton Academy Warblers, in the musical comedy-drama television series Glee.
Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Titus always knew in his heart that he was meant to be in show business. Throughout his childhood, he was frequently relocated due to his father's military service, but being able to travel so much had an advantage as Titus was exposed to all forms of entertainment.
Titus started to dance and sing around the age of nine in his elementary school talent show, took voice lessons in middle school, but did not start acting until his senior year of high school at the age of 17. It was at that point, when he secured a lead role in his first musical called 1940's Radio Hour.
After graduating from Buena High in Sierra Vista, Arizona, he was accepted into The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts' professional training program.
During his first year in the program, he got a job as a New York Knicks Acroback Tumbler. They performed during half times at the Knicks Madison Square Garden home games. Titus was also a NY Liberty dancer, which is a co-ed hip hop dance team for the WNBA.
However, once Titus graduated, he relocated to Los Angeles to pursue his entertainment career on a professional level.
He soon found success as a recurring character on Fox's hit show Glee as David, a friend of Blaine's (Darren Criss), a Warbler at the Dalton Academy.
He also stars as the lead in the NBC Walmart/P&G family movie night film Game of Your Life, co-starring Lea Thompson and Nathan Kress, and he has a leading role across Lucy Hale in the new ABC Family original movie, A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song.
Titus also has done episodic work including The Closer with Kyra Sedgwick, among his various international appearances and tours related to Glee.
In 2014 he landed a starring role in the science fiction teen drama television series Star-Crossed.