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From dancer, to model, surfer and then actress, there’s nothing that Sharea Samuels hasn’t done. Only in here 20’s Sharea has accomplished more than what other women her age can only dream of…..

Born to Saudi Arabian / Jamaican parents, they should’ve named her “energy”, instead they chose Sharea. A free spirit and one that definitely doesn’t play by the rules. Her first release of creativity was through street dance. Sharea trained with the RBKC Dance Troupe and was able to perform every year for 4 years for the French Independence Day in Cannes. By 2002 her dance career became more serious as she was selected out of hundreds of hopefuls to be a backing dancing for Asian artist Leslie Loh. This was pure luxury as Sharea was flown out to Shanghai and Taiwan while touring with Leslie for a period of 4 weeks.

From dancer to actress? Without any acting experience, Sharea was cast in a movie called, “Bullet Boy” where she played a supporting lead role. Most would call it luck, but it’s actually all about being in the right place at the right time, and something called pure raw talent. Sharea was “street casted” by Des Hamilton, a casting director who she was introduced to by someone she knew. Without any hesitation, Sharea attended the audition and a couple of days later she was on the set of a film.

With the movie taking a whole year to be released, it can be more than a little frustrating trying to get a role in another movie when your work hasn’t been seen by many. Because she couldn’t sit still for a second, Sharea decided to join the British Pathfinders and trained to become a Para-trooper (a military person who jumps out of planes normally carrying medical aid or weapons). Sharea trained for 6 months with them and learnt to parachute out of a plan and land safely. After all this training, Sharea was able to take part in the 60th Anniversary for World War II; a project that a local community centre had put together to allow young people to see the role of the ethnic minority during World War II.

After the release of  Bullet Boy, Sharea moved to Jamaica and that’s where she met Paul Buckner, a producer. After hearing about “Bullet Boy”, Paul took Sharea under his wing and trained her at his company. She went from being a PA to a production manager and then assistant director in the space of 2 years. Eventually everyone wanted Sharea to be part of their productions, either acting or behind the cameras. She was cast for Jamaican short film “missed” staring the talented Roger Guenevera Smith also as lead actress in Jamaican feature film “Twang” You can’t live on the beach and not take advantage of it…

While in Jamaica, Sharea developed a love for surfing. She trained everyday in 2007 so much that she became good enough to enter competitions. She was ranked 5th in Jamaica and 7th in the Caribbean. Soon she became a part of the Jamaican National team.

With all the hype of the 2010 FIFA World Cup and South Africa, it’s very difficult to not want to experience the African country for yourself. In January 2009, Sharea went to South Africa to do a few commercials and film work. Unfortunately she didn’t stay for long, but it was a worthwhile stay.

Coming back to the UK Sharea has been signed to an agency, and has since been here, featured in various commercials from Kelloggs Special K , to Adidas, and had roles in Fringe Theatre productions Oliver Twist, and short film 3 Days in London.

She has recently completed shooting a feature film which she plays lead role in the British comedy, “Betsy and Leonard” Due for release in August 2011.

A book could still be written about this young woman’s bravery, strength and energy, but she’d probably still want to accomplish more. The world is her dance floor and so much of her talent is still to be seen.

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Lead Actress                      Betsy & Leonard                  UK

Supporting Lead               Bullet Boy                  UK

Lead Actress                      Missed                                Jamaica

Lead Actress                      Twang.                                Jamaica

Supporting Lead.                3 Days in London.                  UK

Lead Actress            Twang                    Jamaica
- Directed by Storm, Produced by Paul Bucknor.

1st Assistant Director    Better Mus Come                Jamaica
- Directed by Storm (Twang), Produced by Paul Bucknor (Full Monty)
- Screening @ Flashpoint Film Festival 2008

Production Manager    Candy Shop                    Jamaica
- Directed by Joel Burke, Produced by Paul Bucknor
- Screening @ Flashpoint Film Festival 2008

Key Production Assistant       Speed Grieving            NY
- Assisted 1st AD on set.

Music Videos:
Lead Actress               Christopher Martin        "Take My Wings"            JA
- Played a House Slave on the run with a field slave.
- Christopher Martin was the winner to Jamaica's equivalent to Pop Idol.
- Directed by Jay Wil       

Key Production Assistant     Tito El Bambino ft Beenie Man    "Natural Flow "    JA
- Working on set of the video assisting 1st AD.
- Locating PA's to different department.

Dancer        Tito El Bambino ft Beenie Man        "Natural Flow"          JA
- One of 3 lead dancers
- Video #1 on Latino Billboard
- Style of dancing salsa

Guest Appearance       Sean Paul    "Never Gonna Be The Same"            JA
- Along side 3 other ladies featured as guest on the video
- Screened on MTV, BET, Hype, RETV + more
- Directed by Jessy Terrero & Ras Kassa.

Lead Actress           Rayvon        "Games We Play"                           JA
- Played a girlfried to Rayvon
- Rayvon is signed to Virgin Records
- Directed by Jay Wil

Lead Actress           Mr. Vegas       "Do You know"                           JA
- Played the mother in the short movie that went with the video
- Concept based off having postnatal depression
- #1 video on MTV Tempo
- Directed by Jay Wil

Dance Experience:
Backing Dancer       Leslie Loh Tour                UK, Shanghai, Taiwan
- Performed at different shows from Liverpool, to Asia as a backing dancer
- Toured for 4 weeks in Asia performing at different shows
- Style of dance was choreographed routines hip hop.

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Dance Troupe    '99,'00,'01    Cannes, FR
- Performed 3 years consecutively for Bastille Day (French Independence).
- Style of dancing contemporary street.

Shopper             V.I.P Shoe Store               2008        NYC, NY
- Played a shopper in the silhouette based commercial.

Kelloggs Special K        UK/Europe
- lead actress

Model            Appleton Rum Magazine                   Kingston, JA
- Was on the front cover of Appleton Rum Magazine.

Radio/ Internet:
Correspondent        Urban Latino Magazine            NYC, NY
- Interview Latino Reggeaton artists
- Work with DJ Camillio

PR                Scream Concert                James Bond Beach, JA
-Advertising a concert with a team on line,  on radio, & in the newspapers.
- Concert featured Boy 2 Men, Kci & JoJo, Carl Thomas, Bounty Killer + more

Caribbean FIlm Making       BBC Radio                London, UK
- Interview about my film career in the caribbean and in the UK, and where I will  be going with it all.

Alternative Experience:
Civilian Para-Trooper for the Dutch Army    2004        France, Holland, UK
- Trained for 6 months in World War 2 conditions.
- Trained with Pathfinder Club UK
- Jumped in Normandy for the 60th Anniversary of World War 2 D-Day 2004

Surfer for the Jamaican National & Home Team       2006 to Date      Jamaica
- Currently ranked 5th in Jamaica.