Alexander Chapman

male
Born
1964
in
QC
Canada
Quebec CA
Lives in
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Biography

Actor. Quebec-bred, Dawson College-trained, Toronto-based Chapman is best known for his Genie-nominated role in John Greyson’s Lilies (1996). As the lustful and lucid French aristocrat Lydie-Anne, the African-Canadian Chapman was cast against type but burned up the screen in his liaison with St-Sebastian wannabe Simon. Dana Inkster cast next him in a more subdued role as her community-building gay bartender in her short Welcome to Africville (1999). Also known by his nom de drag Titty Galore, Chapman was brought back by Greyson for a supporting role as South African activist Simon Nkoli in his Fig Trees (2003). On stage, Chapman also played in CanStage’s Angels in America and on TV on “Kids in the Hall” (as a drag queen who takes over the world).