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Judith Chapman (born Judith Shepard on November 15, 1945 in Greenville, South Carolina) is an actress well known to fans of daytime television in the United States. She has appeared on many daytime dramas since the mid-1970s. Her first daytime role was that of "Natalie Bannon Hughes" on As the World Turns from 1975 to 1978. Her character became known as "Nasty Natalie."

Her other daytime roles include:

Her present role started in January 2005, when she joined the cast of The Young and the Restless replacing Joan Van Ark in the role of Gloria Fisher.

Chapman is the daughter of United States Air Force general Leland Shepard. In addition to her many daytime television roles, Chapman has had a long career in both stage and film. Her most recent film role was that of the mother of Judy (Parker Posey) in the 2002 romantic comedy, The Sweetest Thing.

Her television role keeps her very busy, but she enjoys yoga and directing local theater in the Palm Springs, California area in her spare time. She has a home in that area as well as one in Los Angeles where her show is made. Until recently, she was part-owner of St. James at The Vineyard, a fancy restaurant in Palm Springs. She received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Desert Theatre League (DTL) on Sunday, November 20, 2005, at the DTL's 18th "Desert Stars Awards" Ceremony held at the Riviera Resort in Palm Springs.

Chapman was a guest actress on two episodes of Magnum, P.I. - "The Black Orchid" from season 1[1] and "The Woman on the Beach" from season 2.[2], two of the most popular episodes of that series.[3]

She also guest starred on Murder She Wrote.




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