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  • right|thumb|200px|Sharon Lawrence 29/06/1961 - Charlotte, Carolina del Norte (Estados Unidos)
  • Sharon Lawrence (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Charlotte, North Carolina, USAals Sharon Elizabeth Lawrence Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist eine US-amerikanische Sängerin, Produzentin und Schauspielerin. Sie spielte Amelia Earhart in der [[]]-Episode .
  • Lawrence played Maisy Gibbons, a housewife/prostitute in Desperate Housewives. She was also the star of the short-lived sitcom Fired Up (1997–98). She has guest starred in Boston Legal, Monk, and played Amelia Earhart in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "The 37s." She had a supporting role on the short-lived CW teenage drama series Hidden Palms, as Tess Wiatt. Lawrence is also known for playing Assistant District Attorney Sylvia Costas in NYPD Blue.
  • Sharon provides the voice of Scarlett Reynolds in "The Scarlett Getter".
  • Sharon Lawrence played Robbie Stevens in the season five Grey's Anatomy episode No Good at Saying Sorry (One More Chance).
  • Sharon Lawrence was a civilian before the Great War. She was the founder of Sharon's Downhome Country Lemon, a lemon and lime soft drink. Her company and the soft drink were bought by John-Caleb Bradberton, but Bradberton thought the ingredients were too expensive. Her drink eventually became the Nuka-Cola Clear, which was almost ready to hit the stores when the Great War started.
  • Sharon Lawrence portrayed Maisy Gibbons in three episodes of Season 1.
  • She is best known for her Emmy Award-nominated role as Assistant DA Sylvia Costas in five seasons of the gritty, popular television series NYPD Blue. Her co-stars on this series included fellow Star Trek guest actors Gordon Clapp and Michael Buchman Silver. She also guest-starred in the pilot episode of ABC's legal drama Boston Legal, starring William Shatner and Rene Auberjonois and recently had a recurring role as Maisy Gibbons (with whom Steven Culp's character had an affair) on ABC's Desperate Housewives, starring Teri Hatcher.
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  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
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  • 1961-06-29
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  • Sharon's Downhome Country Lemon
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  • Sharon Lawrence
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  • Sharon Lawrence
  • Sharon Elizabeth Lawrence
  • Sharon Lawrence
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  • Female
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  • Charlotte, North Carolina
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  • 1961-06-29
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  • GA: 5
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  • right|thumb|200px|Sharon Lawrence 29/06/1961 - Charlotte, Carolina del Norte (Estados Unidos)
  • She is best known for her Emmy Award-nominated role as Assistant DA Sylvia Costas in five seasons of the gritty, popular television series NYPD Blue. Her co-stars on this series included fellow Star Trek guest actors Gordon Clapp and Michael Buchman Silver. She also guest-starred in the pilot episode of ABC's legal drama Boston Legal, starring William Shatner and Rene Auberjonois and recently had a recurring role as Maisy Gibbons (with whom Steven Culp's character had an affair) on ABC's Desperate Housewives, starring Teri Hatcher. Lawrence voiced the character of DC Comics' Maxima on an episode of Superman: The Animated Series written by Hilary J. Bader. Her character was given to introducing herself in a grandiose fashion reminiscent of Lwaxana Troi. From 1997 through 1998, she co-starred with Jonathan Banks on the sitcom Fired Up, executive produced by Kelsey Grammer. From 1999 through 2001, she and Stephen Root were cast members in another sitcom, called Ladies Man. In 2001, she starred the short-lived TV series Wolf Lake. Also starring in this series were Bruce McGill and the late Kellie Waymire. Lawrence more recently starred in the short-lived CW series Hidden Palms and had a recurring role on the hit USA series Monk (her debut episode was directed by Peter Weller). Lawrence has also made guest appearances on such television shows as Civil Wars (in an episode with Kevin Brophy, Jenette Goldstein, Jennifer Hetrick, Kenneth Mars, and George D. Wallace), Cheers (with Kirstie Alley, Kelsey Grammer, and Paul Willson), and Judging Amy (with Barbara Babcock). She also had a brief recurring role on the ABC legal drama Philly, working with James Avery, Ron Canada, Jerry Hardin, Robert Harper, and Kristanna Loken. While working on NYPD Blue, Lawrence found time to appear in many made-for-TV movies. These include In the Line of Duty: The Price of Vengeance (1994, co-starring Dean Stockwell, Norman Large, Tina Lifford, Brian Markinson, Ron Taylor, Susanna Thompson, and Dell Yount), The Heidi Chronicles (1995, co-starring Kim Cattrall), A Friend's Betrayal (1996, with John Carroll Lynch), and The Uninvited (1996, with Marnie McPhail and Lawrence Pressman). In addition, Lawrence and Ed Begley, Jr. played husband and wife in the 1994 TV movie version of The Shaggy Dog (co-starring James Cromwell). In 1997, Lawrence and Star Trek: Insurrection actor Daniel Hugh Kelly played a married couple in the TV movie Five Desperate Hours. Lawrence has worked with DS9 guest star Jeffrey Nordling on three television projects. They first worked together in the 1994 movie Someone She Knows (co-starring Spencer Garrett), then played relatives in the 1999 movie Blue Moon (along with Richard Kiley). Most recently, Lawrence appeared with Nordling on a 2008 episode of the FX series Dirt. Some of Lawrence's more recent TV movie work includes Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (1999, with Mark Rolston), and Atomic Twister (2002, co-starring Corbin Bernsen). Her performance in the 2006 Lifetime movie Augusta, Gone earned her a nomination from from the Prism Awards. She also has a few feature films to her credit, including The Only Thrill (1997, featuring sound work by numerous Star Trek sound department members), Gossip (2000) and Little Black Book (2004, co-starring Cress Williams). Currently, Lawrence is starring in the Canadian television series Hitched. This series is scheduled to air in 2010. This article or section is incomplete This page is marked as lacking essential detail, and needs attention. Information regarding expansion requirements may be found on the article's talk page. Feel free to [ edit] this page to assist with this expansion.
  • Sharon Lawrence (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Charlotte, North Carolina, USAals Sharon Elizabeth Lawrence Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist eine US-amerikanische Sängerin, Produzentin und Schauspielerin. Sie spielte Amelia Earhart in der [[]]-Episode .
  • Lawrence played Maisy Gibbons, a housewife/prostitute in Desperate Housewives. She was also the star of the short-lived sitcom Fired Up (1997–98). She has guest starred in Boston Legal, Monk, and played Amelia Earhart in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "The 37s." She had a supporting role on the short-lived CW teenage drama series Hidden Palms, as Tess Wiatt. Lawrence is also known for playing Assistant District Attorney Sylvia Costas in NYPD Blue.
  • Sharon provides the voice of Scarlett Reynolds in "The Scarlett Getter".
  • Sharon Lawrence played Robbie Stevens in the season five Grey's Anatomy episode No Good at Saying Sorry (One More Chance).
  • Sharon Lawrence was a civilian before the Great War. She was the founder of Sharon's Downhome Country Lemon, a lemon and lime soft drink. Her company and the soft drink were bought by John-Caleb Bradberton, but Bradberton thought the ingredients were too expensive. Her drink eventually became the Nuka-Cola Clear, which was almost ready to hit the stores when the Great War started.
  • Sharon Lawrence portrayed Maisy Gibbons in three episodes of Season 1.
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