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  1. Feb 26, 2021 · Jim Sharman is best known as a Director. Director of the 1975 cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Jim Sharman was born on March 12, 1945 in Australia. His father was boxing tent entrepreneur Jimmy Sharman. He was raised in the worlds of circus and vaudeville and created a series of experimental theater productions in his early 20s.

  2. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a musical from 1975, with a colourful, dramatic narrative which has been the theme for many parties and amateur productions. It was produced by Michael White and Lou Adler, with Jim Sharman as director. Related: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Rocky Horror Picture Show.

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  4. More and more, Jim Sharman is working with new media art forms – with digital technologies both immersive and interactive. This begins in earnest in 2011 when he establishes Sunday Pictures. The company’s first project, Andy X, premieres in 2012, described as a forty minute screen séance with Andy Warhol.

  5. Jun 05, 2004 · Jim is the only child of Jim Sharman I, the man who started tent boxing in Australia in 1911, challenging the locals at agricultural shows from Cairns all the way to Mt Gambier. Young Jim lived ...

  6. Apr 14, 2009 · The fabulous was Jim Sharman’s birthright. Grandson and son of successive managers of the legendary Jimmy Sharman’s Boxing Troupe, he fills the opening pages of this remarkable memoir with vivid recollections of an early childhood spent in sideshow alley amid the strong men and the fairy floss vendors, the trick motorcyclists and the acrobats juggling fire.

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    Aug 25, 2008 · "Blood and tinsel" may be the way Jim Sharman chooses to see his working life: the showground life with his father's boxing troupe, his entry into the National Institute of Dramatic Art and ...

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