Titus Welliver watched one classic horror film early Halloween morning, and the “Bosch” star’s doggy companions were scared awake by the sight of one bad guy.
Welliver was close to the witching hour when Jason Voorhees of “Halloween” fame came into focus on his TV screen, scaring his dogs in a hilarious moment.
One Twitter fan joked, “Bosch can take Myers imo lol.” But the 59-year-old Welliver might need a little help from his dogs. That is if they’re not still too scared.
“Bosch” Star Has A Way With Dogs
Recently, Welliver showed off two of his dogs during a UFC fight he was watching. He’s quite the dog dad, too.
In a 2018 People Magazine article, Welliver said he had a crowded animal home. At that time, he said he had four dogs, four cats, and six horses.
While almost all of them rescue animals, his golden retriever was not.
Welliver’s got a thing for animals, and he’s not shy about his love for furry creatures.
“I was that kid that, if I found a rat in the park with a broken leg, I would find a way to get this feral creature into a cardboard box and nurse it back to health,” he told People.
The actor said that he hoped to have a Connecticut farmhouse for as many rescued animals as he could get when he retired.
“I would build a barn and make it a place for animals to relax, turn it into a really cool animal condominium,” Welliver told the magazine.
“Bosch” Star Joins Vulture Festival Fun
Titus Welliver will chat it up with Hollywood Handbook’s Hayes Davenport and Sean Clements for a podcast during the magazine’s two-day festival.
The duo will interview Welliver on Nov. 14 at 11:15 a.m. and call themselves Bosch superfans. Topics will range from all things “Bosch” to all things Hollywood. These guys might be able to get to the bottom of the upcoming IMDB “Bosch” spin-off series. Reportedly, Clements has a dog named Bosch.
The duo will interview Welliver in an hour-long podcast at The Hollywood Roosevelt in Los Angeles. Tickets are on sale for $30. Go here to buy tickets.
Connelly Book Getting “Bosch” Star Treatment
“Bosch” star Titus Welliver will also help in series creator Michael Connelly’s next book.
According to the website BookTrib, Welliver will help narrate “The Dark Hours” with Christine Lakin. The book is the fourth audiobook in the Renee Ballard series.
Welliver has quite a career with audiobooks. He’s narrated several of Connelly’s “Bosch” books, including “The Crossing,” “The Burning Room,” and “The Wrong Side of Goodbye.” He’s been a narrator on several, including four of Robert B. Parker’s American western novels.