Sharon Sheehan was raised all over England. Paleontology and fossil collecting were her passions. Finding Mammoths teeth and Ammonites, in brooks. On the family farm, she enjoyed tree climbing and taming wild ponies. Her parents took the family on a road trip from England to India and Nepal. They returned to England and lived on a Trimaran at sea for part of her childhood. She loved to be up the mast, sailing at the helm, or diving under water. 'We were like the 'Wild Thornberrys'- only wilder, says Sharon.' Exploration instilled admiration and respect of cultural diversity and the environment. Read more... able to write and produce plays at one of her schools. Passionate about film and theatre, she studied acting at the Webber Douglas Academy. Upon leaving, she founded the Twilight Theatre Company - producing plays with Brian Blessed. After working as an actress on films by Nick Roeg, Stephen Spielberg, Neil Jordan and Mike Newell, she moved to Hollywood where she was talent spotted acting at a Melrose Avenue Theatre, and asked to play the lead in a Feature Film called 'Prime Target'. She presented for PBS television and acted for CBS in a principal recurring role. Increasingly fascinated by all aspects of film making and in working on the other side of the camera - she wrote and directed radio and television plays; studied screen writing at UCLA, and the Psychology of Story Telling with Robert Maurer PHD. She returned to England to form The Twilight Film Company, writing, producing, and directing, 'The Inheritance', and 'Golden Brown'. Film Lecturing at University. She is currently in pre-production of her latest screenplay, to be filmed in (2015). The cast is to include Jenny Agutter.