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  2. As per our current Database, Jim Sharman is still alive (as per Wikipedia, Last update: May 10, 2020). 🎂 Jim Sharman - Age, Bio, Faces and Birthday. Currently, Jim Sharman is 77 years, 1 months and 0 days old. Jim Sharman will celebrate 78rd birthday on a Sunday 12th of March 2023. Below we countdown to Jim Sharman upcoming birthday.

  3. Jim Sharman Age & Birthday. Jim Sharman is best known as Director who has born on March 12, 1945 in Australia. Currently, Jim Sharman is 77 years, 0 months and 28 days old. Jim Sharman will celebrate 78th birthday on Sunday, 12th of March 2023. Below the countdown to Jim Sharman upcoming birthday.

  4. Jim Sharman is a 76 years old Australian film director Jim Sharman was born on March 12, 1945 (76 years old) in . About James Jim Sharman the son of boxing tent entrepreneur Jimmy Sharman is a director and writer for film and stage with over 70 productions to his credit.

  5. Sharman was born in Narellan, New South Wales, the fifth of thirteen children to James Sharman and Caroline Brailsfield, he established a boxing tent in 1911 at Ardlethan near Temora. The tent visited 45 to 50 shows each year. His son, Jimmy Sharman Jr, took over the business in 1955.

  6. Sharman was born in Sydney, the son of boxing tent impresario and rugby league player James Michael "Jimmy" Sharman Jr. (1912–2006) and Christina McAndleish Sharman (1914–2003). He was educated in Sydney, though his upbringing included time spent on Australian showgrounds, where his father ran a travelling sideshow of popular legend ...

  7. Birth Date: March 12, 1945: ... His father was boxing tent entrepreneur Jimmy Sharman. Birthday March 12 and ... 23 January, 2020. Categories Director Post ...

  8. James David "Jim" Sharman (born 12 March 1945, Sydney), the son of boxing tent entrepreneur Jimmy Sharman, is an Australian director and writer for film and stage with more than 70 productions to his credit. He is renowned in Australia for his work as a theatre director from the 1960s to the present, and is best known