Jimmy Sharman junior Sharman junior was born, as James Michael Sharman in 1912 at Narrandera, New South Wales. He attended his first Sydney Royal Easter Show in 1926 working in his father's tent. Sharman junior played rugby league for Western Suburbs Magpies. He was fullback in Western Suburbs' 1934 premiership win against the Eastern Suburbs.
James David Sharman (born 12 March 1945) 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 internationally as the director of the 1973 theatrical hit The Rocky Horror Show, its film adaptation The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) and ...
James (Jimmy) Sharman (1887-1965), boxer and showman, was born on 20 June 1887 at Narellan, New South Wales, fifth of thirteen children of locally born parents James Sharman, labourer, and his wife Caroline, née Brailsford.
Jim Sharman spent much of his young life at the circus, where his father and grandfather ran a travelling boxing sideshow. Taking an interest in theatre, he attended the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, graduating in 1966. Sharman became interested in directing experimental theatre. While directing the Sydney production of Hair in ...
- Director, Writer, Actor
- March 12, 1945
- Jim Sharman
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Apr 26, 2006 · James Michael Sharman, who died at St Vincent's Hospice on Monday, aged 94, was born at Narrandera a year after his father first set up Jimmy Sharman's Boxing Troupe at the Royal Easter Show. He spent a week working the box office for his father at the Easter Show as a teenager, but his future lay in rugby league; he captained Wests.