Sharon Ballard

Sharon Ballard

Overview

Sharon was born in London but started her career as a child in the Seychelles where she became a regular on local television. At 16 years old Sharon landed herself a place at The BRIT School of Performing Arts studying Musical Theatre. Since graduating, she has gone on to work extensively on stage and screen. Sharon has appeared in BBC's 'Eastenders' playing guest role Gillian and most recently shot the film 'Me Before You',  'Sherlock' for the BBC and 'Trauma' for ITV. She has recently finished shooting the role of Julia in 'Good Omens', a 6 parter for the BBC/Amazon and performing in 'Quiz' at the Noel Coward Theatre, directed by Daniel Evans. She will soon be shooting series 3 of 'Delicious' for Sky TV.

Characteristics

  • Height: 5' 5 (165cm)
  • Playing Age: 28 - 35
  • Eye Colour: Brown
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Shoulder length
  • Appearance: Mixed Race

Film

Me Before You, Hotel Receptionist, MGM, (director Thea Sharrock)

Delicious (Short), Waitress (director Tammy Riley Smith)

Gossip (Short), Maggie (director: Steven Hunt)

The Saviou (Short), News reporter (director: Juliette Beahan)

The Doors (Short), Investigating officer (director: Edward Johnson )

Television

Delicious, Nurse Wanda, Sky/Bandit TV (director: Amit Gupta)

Good Omens, Officer Julia, BBC/Amazon (director: Douglas Mackinnon) 

Trauma, Nurse, ITV, (director: Marc Evans)

Sherlock, Reporter, BBC (director: Nick Hurran)

The Royals, Reporter, Lionsgate, (director Erica Dunton)

Eastenders, Gillian, BBC (director: Karl Neilson)

Theatre

Quiz, Ensemble/Cover Diana Ingram, Noel Coward Theatre, (director: Daniel Evans)

Sleeping Beauty, Blisstip - Good Fairy, Hackney Empire (director: Susie McKenna)

Peter Pan, Mermaid, First Family, (director: Ian Talbot)

Dick Whittington, Fairy, Qdos, (director: Jon Conway)

Cinderella, Diva Fairy Godmother, QDOS (director: Brian Godfrey)
Buddy, Apollo Performer, Milton Morrisey
All Bobs Women, Arts Theatre West End, Zoe (director: Russell Labey)
Godspell UK No1 tour, Prophet Robyn (director: Paul Kerryson)
Discotivity, Tiffany Turner (Tina Turner Diva), Edinburgh Festival (director: Russell Labey)
In Bed, Nina, Questors Theatre(director: Adebayo Bolagi)

Commercial

Bodyform, Chorus girl, Rubber Republic (director; Matt Golding) 

Sharon Ballard
Sharon Ballard
Sharon Ballard