SHARON EVERITT has directed and produced over 75 episodes of television, including NBC's new late night series "A Little Late with Lilly Singh," Comedy Central’s cult hit “The High Court” and NBC’s “World of Dance”.  Sharon came up as an Emmy nominated editor for television and features, and an accomplished VFX previsualisation director for film.  She later took on a producing role, receiving three Emmy nominations for her work as Executive Producer of ABC’s long running Disney Christmas Special.  She went on to direct the fantasy “Below the Root” for Walt Disney Pictures, and was selected to be part of the inaugural class of NBC's Alternative Directors Program in 2018.  She wrote and directed the 2019 ensemble comedy musical “Brentwood” which has played 12 film festivals and won Best Short Film at the IFS Festival in Los Angeles.

Sharon has produced and edited music videos and concert films for Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Outkast, and Snoop Dogg. She’s created documentaries and specials for comic geniuses Sarah Silverman, Nick Kroll, Tig Notaro, and Doug Benson. As a commercial director, she’s won many high-profile clients, including Disney Parks & Resorts.

Sharon thrives in finding compelling stories and building fresh creative.  Her multifaceted production and post experiences have laid the groundwork for crafting exquisite performances with actors and hosts, and have earned the trust and respect of her crew.

Sharon graduated from Butler University, studied visual effects in Toronto, and resides in Los Angeles.  She is involved with the TED Conference and is active in the stunt community, training in Wing Chun Kung Fu for the past decade. Sharon was part of the 2019 NBC Alternative Directors Program, and the 2020 Blackmagic Future Women of Television.