Reviewed by the London Times as an “Outstanding vocalist and performer”. Sharon trained in Musical Theatre at The Brit School of Performing Arts in London.
She has recently finished 'David Gest's (Ive had the) Time of My Life' Arena Tour singing lead female vocals on duets with soul legends Bill Medley (Righteous Brothers) and two time Grammy Award winner Peabo Bryson along with singing backing vocals for 9 other living soul legends including Billy Paul (Me and Mrs Jones), Freda Payne (Band Of Gold), Dorothy Moore (Misty Blue) Deniece Williams (Let's hear it for the boy) and more.
Theatre includes Mona in 'A hard working bus' (RADA Studios), Tash in 'Clocks and Teapots' (RADA Studios), Fairy in Dick Whittigton (Wycombe Swan Theatre) Shirley Bassey in 'Bassey the Musical' (Reading), Bluette in 'Blues Brothers' (UK and European tour), Apollo Performer in 'Buddy Holly Musical' (Arena Tour), Fairy Godmother in 'Cinderella' (New Theatre Cardiff), Nina in 'In Bed' (Questors Theatre), Zoe in 'All Bobs Women' (Arts Theatre), 'Godspell' (UK No 1 Tour), Tina Turner in 'Discotivity' (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Fringe), Tammy Terrell/Freda Payne in 'Solid Gold Soul' (European Tour), Florence in 'Time Reveals All' (Brighton Festival).
Film and Television includes Hotel Receptionist in Feature Film 'Me Before You' Warner Bros cinema release June 2016, Gillian in BBC's 'Eastenders' 'Sound of Musicals' Pilot for ITV, Waitress in British Indie film 'Delicious', Kezia in short film 'Sort It Out', Jasmine in Dave Hill's short film 'Royal Baby Watch'.
Sharon has also made many appearances in Television Commercials.
Nadeem is currently a medical doctor with a particular interest in geriatric medicine. He trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) midway through medical school . Credits since his training include Tank in the London Premiere of "Zanna, Don't!" Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Louis in "Personals" at the Bridewell Theatre, Jamie in "The Last Five Years" at the Watford Pumphouse and as a featured soloist in West End Live! He played the doctor Mark Bruckner in the critically acclaimed "On a Clear Day..." at the Union Theatre and most recently played Len in "Privates on Parade" at the Greenwich Theatre. Nadeem also plays saxophone and piano and has a keen interest in songwriting with two original songs reaching the semi finals of the National Songwriting Contest. He aims to continue to combine his passions for both theatre and medicine and thanks his agent for her ongoing support in achieving this.
Born in Aberdeen as the son of an Englishman and a Canadian, then being raised in Australia and Malaysia, Daniel grew up with an identity problem. Since graduating from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2012 he has appeared in a variety of stage and screen productions, ranging from a featured zombie in Derren Brown's 'Apocalypse', the narrator in Rudyard Kipling's 'The Man Who Would Be King', An Ugly Sister in 'Cinderella' and a Scottish pot-head vicar in the short film 'Vicars'. Daniel is also known for his concert work, most recently having been in Paris performing in a sold-out concert of the work of New York composer Leo Hurley.