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Sharon Lawrence’s height is 5ft 6½in (1.69 m)

Sharon Elizabeth Lawrence (born June 29, 1961) is an American actress, singer, and dancer. She is best known for the role of Sylvia Costas Sipowicz in the ABC drama series NYPD Blue. The role garnered her a Primetime Emmy Award nomination three times for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

Sharon Lawrence

First Name: Sharon
Last Name: Lawrence
Birth Full Name: Sharon Elizabeth Lawrence
Born: 29 June, 1961
Birthplace: Charlotte, North Carolina
Height: 5ft 6½in (1.69 m)
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Red
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Actress
Official Websites:
sharon-lawrence.com
Filmography: Solace (2015), If I Could Tell You (2015), Mix (2015), Stay Filthy, Cali (2015), Grace (2014), Una Vida: A Fable of Music and the Mind (2014), Starving in Suburbia (2014, TV Movie), The After (2014, TV Movie), Matador (2014, TV Show), Perception (2014), Somebody’s Mother (2014), The Bridge Partner (2014), Jimmy (2013), Middle of Nowhere (2012), Nuclear Family (2012), Chasing the Hill (2012), iVOTE (2012, Short Film), The Visit (2012, Short Film), Body of Proof (2011, TV Show), The Perfect Family (2011), Talker (2011), Rizzoli & Isles (2010, TV Show), The Glades (2010, TV Show), Hitched (2010, TV Movie), BlackBoxTV (2010, TV Show), Blue Belle (2010, TV Show), Drop Dead Diva (2009, TV Show), Community (2009, TV Show), Buzz (2009), The Capture of the Green River Killer (2008, TV Show), The Line (2008, TV Show), The Mentalist (2008, TV Show), Privileged (2008, TV Show), The Prince of Motor City (2008, TV Movie), Dirt (2007, TV Show), Hidden Palms (2007, TV Show), Lies & Alibis (2006), Augusta, Gone (2006, TV Movie), Fool Me Once (2006, Short Film), Nearing Grace (2005), I? (2005, Short Film), American Dad! (2005, TV Show), Ghost Whisperer (2005, TV Show), Grey’s Anatomy (2005, TV Show), Little Black Book (2004), Boston Legal (2004, TV Show), Desperate Housewives (2004, TV Show), Word of Honor (2003, TV Movie), One Tree Hill (2003, TV Show), Fly Cherry (2003, Short Film), Atomic Twister (2002, TV Movie), Monk (2002, TV Show), Philly (2001, TV Show), Wolf Lake (2001, TV Show), Gossip (2000), Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (1999, TV Movie), Blue Moon (1999, TV Movie), Curb Your Enthusiasm (1999, TV Show), Judging Amy (1999, TV Show), Ladies Man (1999, TV Show), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999, TV Show), The Only Thrill (1997), Fired Up (1997, TV Show), Five Desperate Hours (1997, TV Movie), A Friend’s Betrayal (1996, TV Movie), The Uninvited (1996, TV Movie), Superman (1996, TV Show), Degree of Guilt (1995, TV Movie), The Face on the Milk Carton (1995, TV Movie), The Heidi Chronicles (1995, TV Movie), Caroline in the City (1995, TV Show), Star Trek: Voyager (1995, TV Show), Bloodfist V: Human Target (1994), Someone She Knows (1994, TV Movie), The Shaggy Dog (1994, TV Movie), In the Line of Duty: The Price of Vengeance (1994, TV Movie), NYPD Blue (1993, TV Show), Civil Wars (1991, TV Show), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990, TV Show), Cheers (1982, TV Show), Five Desperate Hours (1997, TV Movie), Drop Dead Diva (2009, TV Show), Fired Up (1997, TV Show), 12th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards (2014), On Begley Street (2012), Unite for Japan (2011), 15th Annual Prism Awards (2011), 25th Film Independent Spirit Awards (2010, TV Movie), 12th Annual Prism Awards (2008, TV Show), Living with Ed (2007, TV Show), 11th Annual Prism Awards (2007, TV Movie), ‘NYPD Blue’: A Final Tribute (2005, TV Show), Hell’s Kitchen (2005, TV Show), Me and Graham: The Soundtrack of Our Lives (2005), A Capitol Fourth (2005, TV Show), 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2004, TV Movie), Celebrity Poker Showdown (2003, TV Show), World Poker Tour (2003, TV Show), Pyramid (2002, TV Show), Bette (2000, TV Show), Women Rock! Girls and Guitars (2000, TV Movie), The 26th Annual People’s Choice Awards (2000, TV Movie), Celebrity Profile (1999, TV Show), The 1999 Annual Los Angeles Ovation Awards (1999), Hollywood Squares (1998, TV Show), The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1998, TV Show), 1998 ALMA Awards (1998, TV Show), The 19th Annual CableACE Awards (1997, TV Movie), Sex, Censorship and the Silver Screen (1996, TV Show), The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (1996, TV Show), The Rosie O’Donnell Show (1996, TV Show), 2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (1996, TV Movie), Touched by a Dolphin (1996, TV Show), 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1996, TV Movie), The 1996 Annual Lucy Awards (1996), The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1995, TV Movie), The 2th Annual Lucy Awards (1995), The 46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1994, TV Movie), The 20th Annual People’s Choice Awards (1994, TV Movie), Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993, TV Show), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992, TV Show), Live with Kelly and Michael (1988, TV Show), Jeopardy! (1984, TV Show)
Sharon Lawrence Quote: Florence Nightingale was an amazing figure. She created the American Red Cross. She saw the suffering from bad health conditions on the battlefield and in the military hospitals, and she fought like crazy to change the conditions; to make sure that the doctors washed their hands and practiced sanitary measures. She put herself at great risks. View More Sharon Lawrence Quotes

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