Sharrod Williams is grew up training in music and later graduated cum laude from Montclair State University with a dual major in dance and communication studies.
Sharrod is an original cast member of the Broadway shows "Tuck Everlasting" and the revival of "CATS" (Pouncival). Favorite credits include national tours: "A Chorus Line" (Richie), "Bring It On: The Musical" (La Cienega), Regional: "Hairspray," "Beauty and the Beast," "A Chorus Line" (MUNY), "Wizard of Oz" (Surflight), and "Cabaret" (Park Playhouse); Dance Companies: The Chase Brock Experience, Doug Elkins and Friends, Life Dance Company and the Von Howard Project. Sharrod has appeared on TV in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, "Good Morning America," and NBC’s "The Today Show." He made his film debut as Damian Maloof in the 2016 Indie film "Happy, Yummy, Chicken."
Sharrod is a teaching artist and choreographer throughout the Tri-State area for various dance organizations, some of which include the Joffrey Ballet School, The Institute of American Musical Theatre and Educational Performance Tours.
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