Alexander Chapman

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Alexander Chapman is a Canadian actor.[1] He is best known for his role as Lydie-Anne in Lilies, for which he garnered a Genie Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the 17th Genie Awards.[2]

Chapman, who has also performed as a drag queen under the name Titty Galore,[3] has also had supporting roles in Space Cases, Welcome to Africville, Fig Trees, After Alice, Jesus of Montreal, Queer as Folk, Sugar, The Kids in the Hall, Tru Love Showcase TV pilot 'Retail' and Murder in Passing,[4] often but not always playing a drag queen or a transgender woman.

He has also performed extensively in stage roles,[1] including in Canadian Stage's production of Angels in America.[3]

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  1. ^ a b "Actor's career bound to flower with Lilies; Former N.D.G. resident lands femme-fatale film role that many others craved". Montreal Gazette, October 12, 1995.
  2. ^ "Two Quebec movies dominate Genie race". Edmonton Journal, October 17, 1996.
  3. ^ a b Alexander Chapman at Thomas Waugh's Queer Media Database.
  4. ^ "TTC offers new platform for mystery". Toronto Star, January 7, 2013.

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