Grant Chapman is an actor and teacher currently based in Atlanta. He trained at the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program and the Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company MFA Acting program. He is a member of Actor's Equity Association and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association.
As an actor, Grant's credits include Red Bull Theater, the Guthrie Theater, Alliance Theatre, Trinity Repertory Company, Actor's Express, the Stonington Opera House, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Bristol Riverside Theater, and others. He has helped develop new work at New York Theatre Workshop, Dixon Place, the Foundry, the Drama League, and the Lark. He works regularly with The Williams Project, a living wage theater company.
Grant was a three-year recipient of the Stephen Sondheim Fellowship at Brown University, and a recipient of a YoungArts Award in Acting from the National YoungArts Foundation.
He has taught acting and voice and speech for Barnard College/Columbia University, Brown University, Molloy College, and the University of Minnesota. He coaches voice and dialects for theater productions and individual clients.