Sharon Lawrence Biography
In 1992, she appeared in an episode of the television series Civil Wars. A year after, she played Paulette and guest starred in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210. She appeared in episode in Cheers in 1993.
She had a small role in the 1994 film Bloodfist V: Human Target where she played a jewelry store clerk. She has then appeared on more television series including In the Line of Duty: The Price of Vengeance (1994), Someone She Knows (1994), The Face on the Milk Carton (1995) and Star Trek: Voyager where she played Amelia Earhart in one episode, among others.
The sexy Sharon Lawrence also starred in the series The Heidi Chronicles in 1995 where she played the character of Jill. The Heidi Chronicles directed by Paul Bogart and was released in the United States in October 15, 1995. It is based on an award-winning play by the noted 20th century playwright Wendy Wasserstein of the same title.
Sharon Lawrence has also appeared on A Friends Betrayal (1996), The Uninvited (1996), Fired Up (1997), Five Desperate Hours (1997), Superman (1997) and Blue Moon (1999). She also starred in the 1997 film The Only Thrill as she played Joleen Quillet.
Her performance in the Hollywood industry has reached new levels when she starred in the police drama NYPD Blue where she played A.D.A Sylvia Costas. NYPD Blue entails the life of members of a New York City police unit. She was nominated in 1998 in Q Award as Best Recurring Player for NYPD Blue. In 1996, she was nominated as having an Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series again for NYPD Blue. For two years (in 1997 and 1999), the cast of NYPD Blue including her was nominated in the award for having Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama series. In 1999, she was nominated in the Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series Drama. Adding to her many nominations is her nomination in the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama series for three consecutive years (1994, 1995 and 1996).
She has also starred in movies like Little Black Book (2004), Augusta, Gone (2006) and Fool Me Once (2006) for which she won a Best Actress award in the Method Fest.