Paul William Sharratt (2 August 1933 – 27 May 2009) was an English-born Australian entertainer and TV personality,.
Born in Staffordshire, he attended St Chad's School, Wolverhampton, but left without graduating in order to marry the first of his four wives, a marriage that was annulled at the instigation of his parents on the grounds that he had given his wrong age and was still a minor. He was subsequently conscripted for two years National Service in the Royal Air Force, serving as an aircraftman at RAF Cranwell. Following an interest in fiction that was to remain with him for life, he began his theatrical career as a stagehand at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, and later joined British Government's C.S.E. (Combined Services Entertainment), working in Europe, Africa and the Middle East as part of a puppet act.
Life in Australia
Sharratt moved to Australia in 1961.
His company, Starcast Productions, was set up in 1965.
Sharratt moved to Los Angeles and was one of the owners and Executive Producers for Associated Television, where he worked at various times with several actors, including Roger Moore, Robert Stack, and Lee Majors. He died in Los Angeles on 27 May 2009 from a heart attack.