No need of Comma in your case:
Actually the first thing to know is that there are generally only few correct options:
one before and one after the name/title or to separate the elements in a series or a punctuation mark that separates words, clauses, or ideas within a sentence or no commas at all.
While a comma after the title may be correct on rare occasions (which don’t concern us here), a comma only before a name or title is wrong.
Incorrect:My friend Cleo, is a wonderful singer.
Correct:My friend Cleo is a wonderful singer.