The distribution of alloying elements in the constituent phases of a C-containing γ-TiAl based alloy has been characterized locally by atom probe tomography. The major elements of the alloy under consideration – Ti, Al, Nb, and Mo – are distributed uniformly within each of the constituent phases. Furthermore, Mo is preferentially dissolved in the βo-phase, whereas Nb content is similar in all phases. The selected C concentration of the alloy is below the overall solubility limit as no precipitates have been observed. Therefore, C is enriched in the α2-phase, whereas the βo-phase is depleted of C. In addition, βo/γ-interfaces have been prepared by site specific sample preparation and characterized by atom probe tomography. Segregation of Mo and C into the interfaces and their close vicinity was observed.