A bi-coastal actor, Sharon Sharth has starred on and off-Broadway as well as in lead roles on film and television. She has worked opposite George Clooney, Bradley Whitford, Gregory Harrison, Will Patton, Stephen Lang, Mark Harelik, Louis Gossett, Jr., Ron Silver, Margaret Cho, Jane Kaczmarek, and the great George Carlin. She was a longtime member and lead player with the prestigious Circle Repertory Company in New York City, home to some of the finest and best known American actors and playwrights of the late 20th century. Sharon is also a member of the Actor’s Studio. She has originated lead roles on stage for Lanford Wilson, Aaron Sorkin, John Bishop, Caroline Kava, as well as for John Pielmeier, Shirley Lauro, and others. She starred as Mildred in Ray Bradbury’s World Premiere of Fahrenheit 451. Sharon has starred in productions under the guidance of such notable stage directors as Marshall W. Mason, Amy Saltz, Don Scardino, Julie Hebert, Steven Robman, and Randal Myler in productions at the Circle Repertory Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, the Mark Taper Forum, the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival, Yale Rep, and the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. She has toured internationally, most notably in Japan as May in Sam Shephard’s Fool for Love. Recently, she did a pilot for Comedy Central, a Hallmark movie, starred in the independent film, Damon, and has starred on stage in Alan Ayckbourn's Woman in Mind and Kathryn Graf's The Snake Can, garnering rave reviews. Sharon has written award-winning plays in which she stars. Recent readings have co-starred Adam Arkin, Brian Kerwin, Robert Joy, Lily Knight, Jack Davidson, Dick Van Patten, Pamela Dunlap, Mariette Hartley, Jay O. Sanders, Michael O'Neill, and Kevin Kilner.
Birth Place: Buffalo - New York - USA