Writer | Actor | Soundtrack
Co-author (with Barry Cryer) of the play "O Happy Day," which was discovered among his manuscripts and produced nearly eleven years after Chapman's death. "O Happy Day" had its world premiere on September 22, 2000, at Dad's Garage Theatre in Atlanta...
 [Psychiatry is] an awful job. A lot of people in medicine are conservative because they come from conservative backgrounds. They're usually sons and daughters of doctors. That's one of the things that has held psychiatry up for so long. ...
Walking onto the screen and talking directly to the audience to let them know that a sketch has gotten too absurd and will now end
Graham Arthur Chapman
Leicester, Leicestershire, England, UK
Maidstone, England, UK
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