Who is Sharon Small?
Sharon Small was born in Drumchapel, Glasgow, Scotland on March 31, 1967 – her zodiac sign is Aries and she holds British nationality. Sharon is an actress, who is perhaps best known for playing one of the main characters – Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers – in the detective series “The Inspector Lynley Mysteries”, which aired from 2001 to 2008 and which also starred starring Nathaniel Parker and Lesley Vickerage. The story follows a Detective Inspector and his colleague Barbara Havers as they solve crimes in London – for her performance, Sharon was nominated for a Satellite Award for Best Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie Made for the television.
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Childhood and education
Sharon was raised in Drumchapel alongside her four siblings by their father who was a taxi driver and their mother who worked at a local supermarket as a cashier.
Sharon attended Kinghorn Primary School where she was a member of the Drama Club and appeared in many plays and after matriculating in 1985 she enrolled at Kirkcaldy College of Technology where she studied Drama – she eventually moved on to Mountview Academy of Theater Arts from where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater in 1989.
Roles in television series
Sharon made her first TV series appearance in 1994, when she played the role of Michelle Gibson in a single episode of the Scottish crime fiction series “Taggart”, which aired from 1983 to 2010 and was created by Glenn Chandler.
It starred Blythe Duff, Colin McCredie and John Michie, won three awards and was nominated for three more – the same year Sharon also saw Sharon star as Bernadette in the British drama ‘Roughnecks’.
She appeared in one-off episodes of the British series “Doctor Finlay” in 1996, the British police procedural series “The Bill” and the British comedy-drama “Hamish Macbeth” both in 1997. Sharon was recognized in 1999, when she was invited to play the role of Carol Simpson in the British series “Sunburn”, also starring Michelle Collins and Rebecca Callard, but which attracted little attention. She then played Cara Rossi in six episodes of the drama “Glasgow Kiss”, and in 2005 portrayed Titania in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
2007 saw her guest star as Bud the Taste Neuron in seven episodes of the British-Scottish series “Nina and the Neurons”, and some of her subsequent roles were in three episodes of the British series ” Murderland” in 2009, 16 episodes of British serial drama “Mistresses” and a single episode of British historical drama “Downton Abbey” both in 2011. In 2012, Sharon portrayed Beth Cooper in the British miniseries “Kidnap and Ransom ‘, which starred Trevor Eve and Helen Baxendale, and is about negotiator Dominic King as he talks to the kidnappers of several people.
The following years saw her appear in an episode or two of many series, such as the British crime drama “Silent Witness” in 2013 and the BBC period drama “Call the Midwife” both in 2013, and the British police procedural and legal series “Law & Order: United Kingdom” in 2014.
Three of Sharon’s most recent TV series roles have been in four episodes of the 2017 British anthology medical drama ‘Trust Me’, all episodes of the 2019 British police procedural series ‘London Kills’ as ‘she played the lead DS character Vivienne Cole, and in all four episodes of the 2020 crime mini-series “Flesh and Blood”, in which she played Stella, one of the lead characters.
Sharon made her first film appearance in 1997, when she played the title character Terry in the thriller ‘Bumping the Odds’, which also starred Shirley Henderson and Joe McFadden – for her performance Sharon won the Best Actress award at the Edinburgh Film Festival. In the same year, she played Alison in the drama “Bite”.
In 1998, Sharon appeared in the horror film “Drive” (also known as “Written in Blood”) which starred Gary Beadle, Doug Bradley and Paul Copley, and is about a copycat killer who has made a pact with the devil and has now killed seven people. She then played Christine in the romantic comedy-drama “About a Boy” in 2002, based on the eponymous novel written by Nick Hornby, and starring Hugh Grant and Nicholas Hoult. Two years later, Sharon played Marie in the British drama ‘Dear Frankie’ starring Emily Mortimer and Gerard Butler, which won eight awards and was nominated for eight more.
Three of her most recent film roles were in the 2004 short comedy “Belly Button,” written and directed by David Hewitt, the 2008 romantic drama “Last Chance Harvey” starring Dusting Hoffman, and the short drama “Pop Art also in 2008, which was written and directed by Amanda Boyle.
Radio and stage
Sharon has also participated in several radio shows. Her first notable performance was when she narrated “At the Foot of the Cross”, then voiced Zoe in “High Table, Lower Orders”, and Nurse Angus in “Dr. Finlay – Adventures of a Black Bag”. Two of her most recent performances on radio shows were in “Angel” voicing Lorraine and “The Order of Release” in which she voiced Effie Ruskin.
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Sharon made her theatrical debut in 1994, when she played Polly Peachum in ‘The Threepenny Opera’, performed at London’s Donmar Theatre, then in 1996 she appeared in ‘The Nun’, performed at the Greenwich Studio Theatre. In 2004 she appeared in the play ‘When Harry Met Sally…’, based on the eponymous 1989 romantic comedy, and some of her subsequent roles were in Edward Bond’s 2005 play ‘Lear’, the Anya Reiss’ debut play “Spur of the Moment” and Ena Lamont’s “Men Should Weep” in 2010. 2014 saw Sharon starring as Alice Arden in the play “Arden of Faversham”, written by an unknown and interpreted by the Royal Shakespeare Company, and in the same year she interpreted The Singer in the play “Carmen Disruption”, performed at the Almeida Theater.
Three of Sharon’s most recent appearances in plays have been in ‘Luna Gale’ at the Hampstead Theater in 2015, ‘The Threepenny Opera’ again, performed in 2016 at the Royal National Theatre, and ‘Still Alice’ at West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2018.
love life and husband
Sharon prefers not to share details of her personal life with the public, but there are rumors circulating on the internet that she is currently living with her husband, however, it is known that she and her other half Dan Bridge are indeed living. together, but have both agreed not to marry. Dan works as a photographer. In 2006, Sharon gave birth to their son Leo Bridges, while their second son Zac Bridges followed in 2008.
Sharon hasn’t commented on any men she might have dated before she met Dan, but there are rumors circulating on the internet that she was in a long-term relationship with her college sweetheart, and that they dated for about four years before going their separate ways. As of September 2020, Sharon has been partnering with Dan and they have two sons together.
Hobbies and other interests
Sharon’s favorite season is summer, as she is an avid swimmer, but she also enjoys sunbathing at the beach and scuba diving.
She loves animals and is a horse rider, while her favorite animals are dolphins – Sharon has two cats and a pet dog.
She loves to travel and has traveled all over the world – her acting career has seen her visit several US states, while she has also been to many European countries such as Croatia, Italy and Spain .
Sharon has her own favorite actors and actresses, including Channing Tatum, Will Smith and Natalie Portman, and a few of her favorite movies are ‘Dear John’, ‘I Am Legend’ and ‘V for Vendetta’.
Height and net worth
Sharon’s age is 53 years old. She has long blonde hair and brown eyes, her height is 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m) and she weighs around 130 pounds (59 kg).
As of September 2020, his net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.