Sharon Brathwaite is a writer, producer, director and performer who’s had accomplishments in various mediums throughout the entertainment business. As a writer and producer Sharon has worked on programs for CBS, NBC, FOX, E!, BET, TV-One, UMC, Fox Soul, OWN & ABC. She is one of the original producers for the long running series "Unsung" for TV-One and has won multiple Image Awards for the critically acclaimed program. Sharon also wrote the award winning short film "The Call" which won the prestigious Mario Van Peebles prize for best overall film at the San Francisco Black Film Festival. She also co-wrote the Lifetime TV movie "Seasons of Love" starring Taraji P. Henson, Gladys Knight, Letoya Luckett & Method Man, which was nominated for an NAACP Image award (for Best Screenplay). Sharon wrote, produced and directed the short film "Gurl Talk" starring Monifah (R&B Divas) as well as comedians Talent and Fred Ricks. Gurl Talk premiered at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles. Most recently Sharon wrote the TV movie “Steppin’ Back to Love” for TV-One. Starring Darrin Dewitt Henson (Soul Food) and Monique Coleman (High School Musical). Sharon also helped to launch a new series for the OWN network called “Behind Every Man” where she served as senior producer on shows featuring Usher, Big Sean as well as Kirk & Tammy Franklin.  As an actress Sharon’s 40+ credits include the box-office smash "Think Like a Man" as well as guest-starring roles on "Criminal Minds," "Bones" and "NCIS" to name a few. Sharon is a proud member of the PGA (Producer’s Guild of America).