Sharron Matthews

Best known for her portrayal of “Joan The Secretary” in Tina Fey’s iconic Mean Girls, Sharron Matthews is an excitingly diverse, award-winning Canadian artist, actress, singer, comedienne, writer, and producer. Sharron has worked on stage and screen with artists like John Travolta, Andrea Martin, and Ron Howard as well as toured her award-winning one-woman shows around the world from Africa to New York, Scotland and beyond.

Sharron is one of the stars of CBC and Alibi TV's new hit period crime drama playing “Flo Chazowitz”, the morgue attendant in Frankie Drake Mysteries, which is now airing all around the world and in the middle of filming its second season which will begin airing September 24, 2018.

For two seasons, Sharron was one of the stars of Global’s hit TV show, Canada Sings, a project for which she was named “Queen of the Mash-Ups” by the Toronto Star. Sharron was also featured in the films Cinderella Man, Take the Lead, The Music Man movie for Disney and Hairspray: The Movie. She had a guest role in last season’s finale episode of NBC’s newest hit, Taken, played "Daphne" for two seasons on She’s The Mayor, is currently “Chef Sylvia” on the multi EMMY AWARD winning children’s TV show, Odd Squad and can also be seen on Murdoch Mysteries, The Newsroom, and Kojak. Sharron co-wrote, hosted and consulted on SLICE TV’s MEMEgURL. She played "Officer Cheryl Kellogg" in the feature horror film Buckout Road with Danny Glover.

Sharron’s solo cabaret work has taken her across Canada numerous times (where she was named BEST CABARET PERFORMER by Now Magazine and Broadway World) and around the world, selling out at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe for three years in a row (where, out of 3000 productions, her show was awarded BEST OF THE FEST).