A Little About Sharon
Sharon Sharth has starred on and off-Broadway, as well as in leading roles on film and television. She was member and principal actress with the renowned Circle Repertory Company in New York City, where she worked on new plays, and she originated leading roles for playwrights Lanford Wilson, Aaron Sorkin, Shirley Lauro, John Pielmeier, and ten others. A lifetime member of Actor’s Studio, she has performed at Circle Rep, Manhattan Theatre Club, Broadway’s Cort Theatre, Promenade Theatre, Geffen Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum, Old Globe Theatre, Rubicon Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival, Yale Rep, the Eugene O’Neill Playwright’s Conference, and she has toured internationally, most notably in Japan in Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love.
Film and television work includes multiple roles in the BBC Production of Ray Bradbury’s Short Stories, “Deader than a Doorman”, “Murder Between Friends”, “A Taste for Justice”, “Eat and Run”, “Age isn’t Everything”, “In the Forest”, “The Nick Kroll Show” on Comedy Central, “ER”, and others.
She has worked opposite George Clooney, Bradley Whitford, Will Patton, Stephen Lang, Mark Harelik, Louis Gossett, Jr., Ron Silver, Margaret Cho, Jane Kaczmarek, and the great George Carlin.
Recent stage work includes Waiting for Grace, written by and starring Sharth, Woman in Mind (Aykbourn), A Perfect Ganesh (McNally), The Snake Can (Graf), Switzerland (Murray-Smith), See Rock City (Hutton), Gulf View Drive (Hutton). She has been nominated for Broadway World’s Best Leading Actress in a Play Award, twice for the Ovation Award for Best Featured Actress, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama by Desert Theatre League, and she won two Scenie Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role.