Stickles started Titus Andronicus in 2005 when he was a student at Ramapo College. As of 2008, when Titus Andronicus was still relatively obscure, he lived with his parents in their suburban New Jersey home. In addition to performing in Titus Andronicus, he has worked at Shea Stadium as a ticket-taker, where his band practiced until its closing in 2017.
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