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Titus Welliver is a veteran of film, television, and theater. Streaming on Amazon Prime Video, the hit series Bosch stars Welliver as the tough but damaged LAPD detective Harry Bosch. Based on Michael Connelly's best selling crime series now numbering twenty-one novels, Bosch was the first hour-long drama produced by Amazon. Welliver recently wrapped shooting season 4, and due to the show's strong fan base, Bosch has already beed picked up for Season 5.
The son of a famous landscape artist Neil Welliver and fashion illustrator Norma Cripps, Welliver originally pursued painting at art school but eventually fell in love with acting and the theater. Welliver's theater credits include David Mamet's production of American Buffalo, as well as performances in Naked at the Coast Theater and Shakespeare's Henry IV. Welliver has also appeared in Riff Raff, written and directed by Laurence Fishburne, which was performed at Circle in the Square Downtown in New York City.
Welliver has also enjoyed a successful collaboration with legendary television producer David Milch, appearing in several of Milch's shows, including the critically acclaimed HBO episodic, Deadwood. Some fans will always connect Welliver with his portrayal of "The Man in Black," in the cult favorite ABC series Lost. Welliver also notably played the part of Glenn Childs, Julianne Marguiles' foil in The Good Wife, and, as the very dangerous Jimmy O'Phelan in Sons of Anarchy. Welliver's other telivision credits are too numerous to list but include Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Suits, The Last Ship, The Mentalist, and Chicago PD.
Welliver has been in every one of actor/director Ben Affleck's big-screen, directorial outings, including Gone Baby Gone, The Town, Live By Night, and Argo. In addition, he has given extreamely memorable performances in Michael Bay's Transformers 4: Age of Existence and as Frances McDormand's love interest in Gus Van Sant's Promised Land. In 2018, Welliver will next be seen in the reboot of the 1970's action classic, Shaft, opposite Samuel L. Jackson.