Titus Moede

Titus Moede

Birthday: 5 March 1938
Surprisingly little information is available regarding the underground/alternative cinema maverick, despite the fact that he was actively involved in the film industry for over three decades. Born Titus Moede in 1938, he would later often use the surname Titus Moody, allegedly taken from a recurring character on Fred Allen's radio program.He g... Show more »
Surprisingly little information is available regarding the underground/alternative cinema maverick, despite the fact that he was actively involved in the film industry for over three decades. Born Titus Moede in 1938, he would later often use the surname Titus Moody, allegedly taken from a recurring character on Fred Allen's radio program.He got his start in the industry with a series of bit parts in lower-tier teenage-themed pictures, beginning in 1958 with The Party Crashers. This quickly segued into a handful of TV credits, which included parts on The Twilight Zone and Combat. The mid-1960s would find him very active in low-budget indie fringe cinema, most notably as a stock performer in the notorious efforts of director Ray Dennis Steckler. He would dabble a bit behind the camera, as well, eventually taking on a number of eccentric personal vanity projects like Outlaw Motorcycles and The Last American Hobo.By 1970, Moede had mostly resigned himself to work on sexploitation and hard-X features, including his notorious cult feature The Dirtiest Game in the World(1970). He passed on in Los Angeles from cancer on Feb. 6, 2001, at age 62. Show less «