Alex Chalmers

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Alex Chalmers is a professional skateboarder[1] from North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.[2] He grew up skateboarding at Griffin Skatepark in Griffin Park in North Vancouver, not far from his home. His sponsors have included Flip Skateboards and Adio Shoes. He has done skateboarding stunt work in such films as Freddy Got Fingered starring Tom Green, and can be seen in skateboard videos such as Flip-Sorry, Tony Hawk's Great Skatepark Tour, and in the White Album, a documentary about the professional skateboarder and snowboarder Shaun White. Chalmers also has a short role in the Electronic Arts games Skate., Skate 2 and Skate 3.

Chalmers is known for his love of Coca-Cola, claiming to drinking anywhere from 6-12 cans a day in Flip's skateboard video Sorry.

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