By Gabriella Gage
LOS ANGELES — What do “Homeland,” “24,” “Mad Men,” all have in common? Each has won a Golden Globe for Best Drama Series and each has featured actor Hrach Titizian.
In addition to appearing in some of the most popular television series of the past decade, Titizian has appeared on Broadway and several films such as “Float” and “The Men Who Stare at Goats.” Titizian takes his new-found popularity in stride and instead dedicates himself to his work.
Raised in Glendale’s thriving Armenian community, Titizian says that his Armenian heritage helped shape him as an individual. “My parents are both full-blooded Armenian. My father was born in Lebanon and my mother in Jordan. Although I was born and raised in the States, I went to Armenian school all the way up to high school. I’m so glad they did that for me. I speak, read and write fluently in Armenian and that’s a blessing. I hope to do the same for my children.”