Sharon
Small

40s-50s, Scottish, Glaswegian, Northern, British American
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Scottish actress Sharon Small is widely recognisable for her many performances in numerous hit TV shows over the last 3 decades. 

Her most recent TV highlights include starring as DS Vivienne Cole in the BBC’s hit daytime crime drama ‘London Kills’ as well as starring in Series 2 of  ITV's 'The Bay', playing Rose Marshbrook, whose husband was brutally murdered in front of their family home.  In 2020 she played Stella in the 4-part ITV thriller 'Flesh and Blood' alongside Imelda Staunton and Russell Tovey. 

Other high profile roles include starring as senior ward doctor Dr Brigitte Rayne opposite Jodie Whittaker in the 2017 BBC four part psychological drama 'Trust Me' which was nominated for a Scottish BAFTA.  In the same year she also starred as Cathy in the BAFTA and RTS nominated drama 'Born to Kill' about a teenager with psychopathic desires. Prior to that she starred as Connie in the 2-part BBC crime drama 'Stonemouth', which too was nominated for a number of Scottish BAFTAs. 

She is well known for starring in all 3 series of the BBC's hit drama series 'Mistresses' in which she played Trudi Malloy, a 9/11 widow, as well as in the long-running BBC crime drama series 'The Inspector Lynley Mysteries’, playing Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers, a role for which she was nominated for a Golden Satellite 'Best Actress' Award.  Other memorable roles include her starring as Marigold Shore in the 2011 Downton Abbey Christmas Special, as well as ITV crime dramas 'Kidnap and Ransom' and 'Murderland'. 

Film highlights include playing Christine in the 2002 Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominated hit film 'About A Boy', as well as a role in the 2004 film 'Dear Frankie' which was also nominated for a number of awards including at the BAFTAs and Scottish BAFTAs.

She regularly appears on the stage, with some of her performances including playing Alice in 'Still Alice' at The West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2018 and many performances for the National Theatre.  She also appeared as Marie in the West End's 2004 stage adaptation of 'When Harry Met Sally'.  In late 2022 she will star alongside fellow Scottish actor David Tennant in Dominic Cooke's production of 'Good' at the Harold Pinter Theatre. 

She has an extensive list of credits in many other popular long-running TV shows including; 'New Tricks' (BBC), 'Silent Witness' (BBC), 'Call The Midwife' (BBC), 'Death in Paradise' (BBC), 'Midsomer Murders' (ITV), 'Law & Order UK' (ITV), 'Cutting It' (BBC). 

For many years she has voiced the animated character 'Neuron Bud' in the CBeebies preschool show 'Nina And The Neurons'.

Sharon has a natural Glaswegian accent which has softened due to many years of living in London. She also has an excellent accent range; she used generic Northern in 'The Bay', London in 'Inspector Lynley', old London in 'Call the Midwife' and American in 'Death in Paradise'.

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40s-50s

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