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Kim Chapman (also known as Christopher Chapman) is an entertainer, essayist and chief from New Zealand. He has been important for some popular tasks like Top of the Lake, The Making of the Mob, The Lord of the Rings and some more. He is the originator of The Auckland Theater Awards.

Kip Chapman experienced passionate feelings for theater at seven years old. He has acted in more than twenty theater creations and has had a unique warmth for theater-sports.


He began his acting vocation in 2003 from a short film named Cut Out and afterward showed up in a TV program Interrogation in 2005.

Real Name Christopher Chapman
Nickname Kip
Profession Actor, Writer and Director
Birth Place New Zealand
Nationality Australian
Home Town Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand
Height In Feet : 5′ 11″ ft
In Meter : 1.8 m
Weight In Pound : 176 lb
In Kilogram : 80 Kg
Body Shape Chest: 44 inches
Waist: 34 inches
Biceps: 14 inches
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Blonde

He got first acknowledgment after his appearance in The Hothouse coordinated by Danny Mulheron. From that point onward, he was found in The Cult as Andy, The Making of the Mob as Hymie Weiss and Top of the Lake as Luke Mitchim. As of late, he got opportunity to turn into a piece of series The Lord of the Rings.

Kip Chapman experienced childhood in Christchurch, South Island.

His first expert job was at 12 years old in The Red Balloon at The Court Theater. Other performance center work incorporates: The Goat, The Talented Mr Ripley, Equus, Lobby Hero, Big River, The Caretaker, Flagons and Foxtrots, Romeo and Juliet, Black Confetti, The Glass Menagerie.

Kip made and co-composed the theater show Arohaotearoa with James Milne. The show debuted in 2004 at SILO.

In 2019, he assumed the part of Will in series Westside, broadcasted on Three.

He coordinated That Bloody Woman for The Court Theater.

He filled in as a Creative Director at The World of Wearable Arts in 2017, New Zealand’s biggest stage show and an undeniably popular plan competion.

He got the Chapman Tripp theater grants for Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Little Dog Laughed.

He was named for Best Actor for Qantas Television Awards in 2007.

Aside from acting he additionally prefers composing.

Source: TG Time

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