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Titoff in 2014
Christophe Junca

(1972-07-18) 18 July 1972 (age 51)
Years active2000present

Titoff (born Christophe Junca; 18 July 1972) is a French humorist and actor.



2000 Comme un aimant Santino Akhenaton & Kamel Saleh
2001 Pretty Things Sébastien Gilles Paquet-Brenner
2003Gomez & TavarèsLt. Maxime "Max" Tavarès Gilles Paquet-Brenner
Rencontre avec le dragon Hugues de PertuysHélène Angel
2004L'incrustePaulAlexandre Castagnetti & Corentin Julius
2005CavalcadeLéo Steve Suissa
ConviviumQuentinMichaël NakacheShort
2007Gomez vs. TavarèsLt. Maxime "Max" Tavarès Gilles Paquet-Brenner & Cyril Sebas
Go West! A Lucky Luke Adventure Monsieur Pierre Olivier Jean-Marie
2009Vive les vacances!FredStéphane KappesTV series (6 episodes)
2010La femme du boulangerThe monkDominique ThielTV movie
2011ZakArthur Benzaquen & Fabrice LaffontTV series (1 episode)
2012-2013 Vive la colo ! Loïc Stéphane Clavier, Dominique Ladoge, ...TV series (12 episodes)
2012-2014Nos chers voisinsThomasEmmanuel Rigaut & Denis ThybaudTV series (2 episodes)
2015Presque parfaitesLionelGabriel Julien-LaferrièreTV series (1 episode)
Josephine, Guardian Angel AlexStéphane KopeckyTV series (1 episode)

On Stage

One Man Show


2008Open Bed [2] David Serrano & Roberto Santiago Charlotte de Turckheim
2017InséparablesLaurent JuncaCyril Lecomte
2018-2019AmoureuxTitoff & Amélie BorgeseJulien Mairesse


In 2013, he was a contestant during the Fourth season of Danse avec les stars.

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