Sharon Brathwaite

SERVICES PROVIDED: Producer/Actress/Writer

Sharon Brathwaite has been producing, writing and acting for television and movies for over fifteen years in Hollywood.  A native of New York City born to West Indian parents, she was first introduced to the business as a model and an actress. Her list of credits include a supporting role in the box-office smash "Think Like A Man", opposite Gabrielle Union, Jerry Ferrara and Nephew Tommy of the Steve Harvey morning show, playing his wife. Recurring roles on the hit series "Everybody Hates Chris" and "The King of Queens" as well as guest-staring roles on "Criminal Minds", "Bones" and "How I Met Your Mother" to name a few. As her on camera experience grew, Sharon found a need to move behind the scenes.

Sharon began her producing career with the legendary Brad Lachman Productions who has produced everything from Planet's Funniest Animals to The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.  From there Sharon went on to produce and write for a string of shows on high profile networks including, CBS, NBC, FOX, E! Entertainment, BET and TV-One.  Ranging from The Victoria's Secrets Fashion Show for to My Black is Beautiful for BET.

Sharon is one of the original series producers for "Unsung", TV-One's award winning and highly rated music documentary show. And was part of the producing team to branch off with the spin off series "Unsung Hollywood" which she recently produced a highly rated profile on Vivica A. Fox.

Sharon also co-wrote the award winning short film "The Call" which won the prestigious Mario Van Peeples  prize for best overall film at the San Francisco Black Film Festival. 

Most recently Sharon direct and wrote the short film/comedy GURL TALK starring Sharon Brathwaite, Antoy Grant, Monifah, Frederick Ricks and Talent Harris to rave reviews at multiple film festivals and co-wrote the Lifetime TV movie "Seasons of Love" starring Taraji P. Henson, which was nominated for an NAACP Image award as well as a Black Reelz award for best movie written for television.  This Fall she and writing partner Peres Owino will begin production on the feature film "Battle of the Exes", which they wrote and will be acting as producers on.  The executive producer of the project is the up and coming media mogul Je'Caryous Sharon is also a proud member of the PGA (Producers Guild of America). Sharon has produced over 500 hours of television content and is still going strong.  With Unsung produced shows on TVOne, TV Series, TV Movies, Series Documentaries, Actress credits, Writer Credits, new productions on the way & a new team, the future for Sharon Brathwaite promises to be bigger and brighter than ever!

Sharon’s Producer Credits

Unsung (TV Series documentary) (associate producer - 10 episodes, 2008 - 2013) (segment producer - 8 episodes, 2008 - 2012) (producer - 3 episodes, 2013 - 2015)
- Kid 'N Play (2015) ... (producer)
- The Emotions (2014) ... (producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders)
- Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam (2013) ... (producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Mint Condition (2013) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Lou Rawls (2013) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Midnight Star (2013) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Kool Moe Dee (2012) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Whodini (2012) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders) / (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- David Ruffin (2012) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Full Force (2012) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders) / (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Atlantic Starr (2012) ... (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Big Daddy Kane (2011) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders) / (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Deniece Williams (2011) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- The DeBarge Family (2008) ... (associate producer - as Sharon Sanders) / (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Donny Hathaway (2008) ... (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- The Clark Sisters (2008) ... (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Phyllis Hyman (2008) ... (segment producer - as Sharon Sanders) 

Unsung Hollywood (TV Series documentary) (producer - 1 episode)
- Vivica A. Fox (2015) ... (producer)  2015
The Real (TV Series) (field producer - 2 episodes)
- Porsha Williams (2014) ... (field producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders)
- Charlie Weber (2014) ... (field producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders)  2014
Seasons of Love (TV Movie) (associate producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders)  2014
Celebrity Crime Files (TV Series documentary) (producer - 2 episodes)
- Tookie Williams (2014) ... (producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders)
- Madame Stephanie St. Clair (2014) ... (producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders)
Comedy Divas Presents: Oh No He Didn't (TV Series) (producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders)  2009

The Real Basketball Wives (Short) (producer - as Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders) 2012
That's Tough (TV Series) (producer - 4 episodes)
- Episode dated 10 November 2010 (2010) ... (producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Episode dated 3 November 2010 (2010) ... (producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Toughest Special Forces, Taxi Drivers, and Rites of Passage (2010) ... (producer - as Sharon Sanders)
- Episode dated 20 October 2010 (2010) ... (producer - as Sharon Sanders) 2010
My Black Is Beautiful (TV Series) (producer - as Sharon Sanders) 2009
We Got to Do Better (TV Series) (producer - 2007)
The All New Planet's Funniest Animals (TV Series) (segment producer)  2006
Funniest Pets & People (TV Series) (segment producer)  2006
As Seen on TV: Fifty Years of Fitness (TV Movie documentary) (segment producer)  2005
World's Craziest Videos (TV Series) (segment producer)  20034/I
Most Outrageous Live TV Moments (TV Movie) (segment producer)  2003
Beverly Hills 90210: 10-Year High School Reunion (TV Movie documentary) (segment producer) 2003
The Planet's Funniest Animals (TV Series) (segment producer - 10 episodes) 1999

- Episode #1.9 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.8 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.7 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.6 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.5 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.4 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.3 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.2 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.10 (1999) ... (segment producer)
- Episode #1.1 (1999) ... (segment producer)