Sharon's was most recently seen on screen playing opposite Danny DeVito in the indie feature Wiener Dog directed by Todd Solondz.
Recent stage credits include the world-premiere of her solo play Feeding The Dragon - her debut as writer/performer - at City Theatre in Pittsburgh. Prior to that she was in Dot Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre, written by Colman Domingo and directed by five-time Tony Award winner Susan Stroman.
On Broadway Sharon appeared as The Lady in the critically-acclaimed The Scottsboro Boys musical by Kander & Ebb, also directed by Susan Stroman. A role she originated at The Vineyard Theatre and The Guthrie.
Other recent Off-Broadway credits include roles she originated in While I Yet Live by Billy Porter at Primary Stages; Luce by JC Lee at Lincoln Center Theater (LCT3); and Wild With Happy by Colman Domingo at the Public Theater for which she received a Lucille Lortel Award nomination and an Audelco Award.
She was recognized for this performance by Hilton Als in The New Yorker as "performances of especial note"; and Charles Isherwood of the New York Times called it "sensational, a breakout, ferociously funny."
Sharon has appeared numerous times on the New York Shakespeare Festival stage including playing Lady Anne to Denzel Washington's Richard III and Valeria to Christopher Walken's Coriolanus; as well as in the award-winning adaptation of Caucasian Chalk Circle directed by George C. Wolfe and Stuff Happens directed by Daniel Sullivan.
Sharon's film credits include roles in The Bourne Legacy, Michael Clayton, Rocksteady, Taking Chance, Freedomland, The School of Rock, Half Nelson, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Malcolm X, and Die Hard With A Vengeance.
Television appearances include recurring roles on Gotham, Law & Order: SVU and Damages. She has guest starred on Blue Bloods, The Blacklist, Golden Boy, White Collar, Royal Pains, NYC 22, Law & Order and Law& Order: CI among others.
Sharon has appeared in numerous television commercials both on-camera and voice-over and is an accomplished audiobook and documentary film narrator.
Her regional theater credits include the world premiere of Dot at Actors Theatre of Louisville; The Scottsboro Boys and Intimate Apparel (Guthrie Theater); Merry Wives of Windsor and King Lear (Denver Center); Jar The Floor (Seattle Rep); Diggin' Eleven (Hartford Stage); The Story and Ceremonies In Dark Old Men (Long Wharf Theatre); Man and Superman (Center Stage); Miss Evers' Boys (Philadelphia Theatre Company); Twelfth Night (Arena Stage); Romeo & Juliet (NJ Shakespeare Festival); and in the original production of August Wilson's The Piano Lesson at Yale Rep directed by Lloyd Richards.
She has also spent several wonderful seasons working on new plays at the Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Conference, New York Theatre Workshop and the Sundance Theater Lab.
Sharon received her MFA from the Yale School of Drama and her BA from Dartmouth College.