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|Born||Newburgh, New York, U.S.|
|Occupation||Stage, television actress|
Sharon Wilkins is an American actress.
Wilkins hails from Newburgh, New York and makes her home on the Upper Westside of Manhattan. She has had a number of roles on Broadway and in film and does some commercial work. She is currently appearing in the National Tour of Xanadu The Musical. She has appeared in three broadway musicals, first The Life in 1997, followed by Seussical in 2000 and All Shook Up in 2005. Since 2005 she has been focusing mostly on television and film work appearing in such shows as Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, 30 Rock and Rescue Me and such films as National Treasure (2004) and We Own the Night (2007).
She is active in Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
- 2000: Wonderland as Mrs. Brown (8 episodes)
- 2001: Maid In Manhattan as Clarice
- 2002: Two Weeks Notice as Polly St. Clair
- 2002-2007 Law & Order: SVU as Nurse Manager / Janice Tashjian / Neighbor #1 (3 episodes)
- 2003: Bad Boys II as a black woman in the store Phat audio / video electronics
- 2004: I, Robot as a black woman with asthma
- 2004: Palindromes as Aviva
- 2004: National Treasure as Butcher Woman that Abigail uses to hide from Shaw "her ex-husband"
- 2006: 30 Rock as Angie Jordan (1 episode)
- 2007: We Own the Night (2007) as Nurse
- 2007: Rescue Me (2007) as Latrina (3 episodes)
- 2008: Gigantic (2008) as Linda
- 2009: Did You Hear About the Morgans? as FBI Agent
- 2010: Love and Other Drugs as La Boheme Receptionist
- 2011: Win Win as Judge Lee
- 2012: GCB as Bethany May
- 2012: Jewtopia as Nurse Boo
- 2015: Hug-O-Gram as Miss Shwinneger (2 episodes)
- 2015: Episodes as Nurse #1 (1 episode)
- 2015: Switched at Birth (2015) as Probation Officer (3 episodes)
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