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Sharon Small (born 1 January 1967) is a Scottishmarker actress.

Her best-known role has probably been that of Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers in the BBC television adaptation of the Inspector Lynley Mysteries by Elizabeth George, who initially thought Small was too pretty to portray Havers, but changed her mind after seeing how well she played the character.

Small is the oldest of five children; the youngest is celebrated guitarist Ryan Small. She currently lives in London with her partner and two children.

Film

Small's film appearances include Dear Frankie and About a Boy.

Television

Small starred as Titania in the 2005 update of A Midsummer Night's Dream, part of the BBC's Shakespeare Retold season. She also starred in the television series Glasgow Kiss (with Iain Glen) and has guest starred in numerous others, including Rebus, Cutting It, The Bill and Taggart. She also, most recently, played the role of a 9/11 widow in the BBC drama series Mistresses.

Theatre

Small played Fortanelle in Lear at the Sheffield Crucible Theatremarker in 2005. She played Marie in When Harry Met Sally at Theatre Royal Haymarketmarker, London in 2004. Other theater credits include London Cuckolds at the Royal National Theatremarker in 1998, The Nun at Greenwich Studio Theatre in 1996, and the character Jenny in The Threepenny Opera London Donmar Theatre in 1994.

Education

Small studied in a drama course at Kirkcaldy College which also counts Ewan McGregor and Dougray Scott as former students.

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