Tim Chapman was born in Ventura, California, on May 13, 1965, and he lives in Hawaii, as of 2015. His nickname is Youngblood, and he is a retired bounty hunter. He is best known for his role on the A&E television show, "Dog the Bounty Hunter," starring Duane "Dog" Chapman.
Although Tim Chapman shares the same last name, he is not related to Duane "Dog" Chapman. However, Duane does refer to Tim as his blood brother. In addition to "Dog the Bounty Hunter," Tim Chapman has appeared on "Dog: The Family Speaks" and "E! Hollywood True Story."
Tim Chapman has three children with his ex-wife Davina Chapman. He claims to have made his first civilian arrest when he was 14 years old, and he was once arrested for "deprivation of liberty" at the request of the Mexican government, although the charges were dropped later.
Tim Chapman was also arrested in Hawaii in 2008 for first-degree "terroristic threatening" and for indecent exposure. In 2009, the "terroristic threatening" charges were dropped, and he was acquitted of the indecent exposure charges. Tim Chapman has been quoted saying that he ran away and never looked back when he was younger because his father used to beat him.