Sharon Elizabeth Doyle began her professional life as an actress in children's theatrer rolling around the floor pretending to be a chocolate moose. She wrote six plays for her theatre company which toured all over the East Coast and internationally. Once she began having children of her own, she moved on to Maryland PBS, where she wrote instructional television, documentaries and drama. She received her first Writer's Guild contract to write a movie about Bessie Smith. After that she wrote for episodic television ("Cagney and Lacey," "21 Jump Street," "The Nero Wolfe Mysteries") and for television movies such as Stolen Babies, When Danger Follows You Home, Gregory K: A Place to Be. Doyle currently teaches screenwriting at the Red Sea Insitute of Cinematic Arts in Aqaba, Jordan.