Brent Arthur Titcomb (born August 10, 1940 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian actor and musician. He was an original member of the folk rock group 3`s A Crowd starting in 1965 in Vancouver and they eventually moved to Toronto. They played various coffeehouses and festivals with the release of an album titled Christopher`s Movie Mattine, with the help of Cass Elliott. In concert he was the comic of the group where he used an odd-sounding vacuum cleaner as part of the routine. In 1968 Titcomb went solo and toured across Canada and parts of Europe. His songs were recorded by Anne Murray, Andy Williams, Glen Campbell and The Osmond Brothers. He was a member of Murray`s touring band. He performed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.