Charles Alexander Moffat

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Charles Alexander Moffat or Charles Moffat (born 1979 in Wingham, Ontario, Canada) is a controversial Canadian artist, writer and movie director. Moffat has directed movies and short videos like "The Fear Americans Series", "Nuclear Winter" and "Nightmares in the Morning".


Charles Moffat studied at Hillcrest Public School in Teeswater, Ontario, Walkerton District Secondary School in Walkerton, Ontario, John Diefenbaker Secondary School in Hanover, Ontario and at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Moffat's acrylic and oil paintings focuses on controversial topics such as abortion, genetic manipulation, sexuality, gothic culture, fetishes, feminism, American politics, censorship, the Korean Demilitarized Zone and atheism.

Moffat is also known for his paintings of female violinists.[1]


Moffat is a prolific writer and has written four fantasy novels including: "The Paladin Assassin" (1995), "Ice War" (1996), "King Culprit" (1997) and "Rise of the Blade" (1998). The fourth book "Rise of the Blade" was meant to be published as part of The Harpers Series for the Forgotten Realms fantasy world, but The Harpers Series was canceled.[2]

Moffat has also written on a variety of topics including from art history, mythology and politics including "The Neo-Gothic Art Manifesto", "The Work of Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction", "The Demonification of Lilith" and "Canadian Unity and Quebec Separation". He translated a Sumerian legend about Lilith into English.[3]


  1. Violinist painting by Charles Alexander Moffat
  2. List of Forgotten Realms Novels, retrieved on May 25th 2007.
  3. Sumerian Lilith, retrieved on May 25th 2007.

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