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Actress , film company executive

Sharlene Sullivan, American actress, film company executive. Recipient National Speech award Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1984, Best Film Short award New York University Film Festival, 1987, Honored Documentary Work award New York University Video Festival, 1988.


Sullivan, Sharlene was born on September 22, 1966 in Poughkeepsie, New York, United States. Daughter of Noah William and Shirley Ann (Scianna) Sullivan.


AS, Dutchess College, 1985. Bachelor of Fine Arts, New York University, 1987. Master in Tisch Film & television, New York University, 1990.


Actress, dancer Distric.C., Pok, New York, 1984-1985. Talent NBC/Late Night with David Letterman, New York City, 1986, NBC/Imus In The Morning, New York City, 1986-1987. Television journalist NBC/Nightly News, Today Show, 1987-1988.

Director Westwood I, 1988. President Fire Horse Films, 1992. Manager film and television department New York University, 1987-1988.

Instructor dance Children's Museum, New York City, 1988. Actress, New York City, since 1988. Founder, president film project Torchlight, New York City, 1994.


  • Other Work

    • Appeared in plays including Fool For Love, The Red Coat, Romeo and Juliet, Agnes of God, Alice in Wonderland, American Dreams, Cyrano de Bergerac, This Property is Condemned. Television shows include Late Night With David Letterman, Today Show, Nightly News, The Funny Business, Point of View, Cousin Brucie, He Gave Us the Music, Phil Collins Columbia Broadcasting System Special. Films include The Body Politic, Sweet Dreams, Church Prayers, Time In A Railroad, Stranger In The House, Scenes From A Mall, Jungle Fever, Hangin Out with the Homeboys, Prince of Tides.

      Radio includes Network News, Imus in the Morning. Director: A Dog's House, 1996, Night Hawks, 1997.


Active Green Peace, National Wild Life Association. Board directors Hudson Valley Film and Video Office, 1997. Active Hudson Valley Film Festival.

Guest acress; film event judge Children's Media Project, 1997. Member Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Actors Equity Association, New York University Tisch School of Arts Alumni Committee.


Noah William Sullivan

Shirley Ann (Scianna) Sullivan