Titus De Voogdt

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Titus De Voogdt
Born (1979-07-04) July 4, 1979 (age 43)
Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium

Titus De Voogdt (born July 4, 1979) [1] is a Belgian actor.



De Voogdt earned a master's degree in sculpture at the Sint-Lucas School of Architecture in Ghent.

He started his acting career in theater and is mainly known for his performances in various plays. One of the first and more recognizable plays include Bernadetje (Victoria), Mijn Blackie (HETPALEIS & Nieuwpoorttheater), Achter de wereld (BRONKS) and Maria eeuwigdurende bijstand / Marie éternelle consolation (Dastheater & Theater Zuidpool). Under Compagnie Cecilia he played in such noteworthy plays as Trouwfeesten en processen, Altijd Prijs and Poepsimpel.

In cinema he has appeared in Any Way the Wind Blows (directed by Tom Barman), as Steve in Steve + Sky (directed by Felix Van Groeningen) in Ben X (directed by Nic Balthazar) and Small Gods (Dimitri Karakatsanis). In 2012 he was featured in Plan B on FOUR where he had his own section.

In 2014 he appeared, as Vincent Bourg, in the BBC One television series The Missing . [2]




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  1. "Instagram photo by Titus De Voogdt • May 23, 2013 at 9:44am UTC". Instagram. Archived from the original on 2021-12-26. Retrieved 2016-10-15.
  2. AD. "Titus De Voogdt krijgt grote rol in Britse reeks 'The Missing'". De Morgen. Retrieved 2 December 2014. (in Dutch)