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Daniel Shar grew up in North Carolina, earned a now-dusty journalism degree from the University of Missouri, devoted himself to comedy in Chicago, and relocated to Los Angeles to write for TV and film. Shar recently released SCRAPS, his feature debut as a writer/director, on Amazon Prime Video. Prior to that, he co-created and co-starred in an independent pilot presentation for the narrative/sketch comedy hybrid Jonathanville TV, as well as the web series projects We Have To Move (alongside Marlena Rodriguez and featuring John Reynolds) and Weird Copcept Album (alongside Mike Malarkey and featuring Chris Redd). Shar has sold jokes to The Onion and Funny Or Die, and his solo shows have appeared at Comedy Central Stage, SF Sketchfest, St. Lou Fringe, and more. His other past points of pride include writing and performing topical pieces at The Paper Machete, writing and directing the one-act play Improvised Whose Line Is It Anyway?, directing Dave Maher Coma Show (This American Life), and selling sex toys while still a virgin. To learn more and see some of his produced work, please visit www.danielshar.com.
Film (Comedy and Drama) Writer/Director One near-death experience at a dinner party drastically alters the lives of everyone in attendance.
TV Movie (Comedy) Writer/Actor A narrative sketch hybrid framed as a highlight reel of clips from shows that aired last week on a fictional southern town's public access station.
We Have to Move
Television (Comedy) Writer/Actor We Have To Move follows a Chicago couple, desperate to move, as they embark on a bizarre and unforgettable apartment hunt through the unpredictable world of Craigslist.
Television (Comedy and Family) Actor ToyBox Theater is HBO for bric-a-brac. The first season focuses on a Minotaur, Stan, as he manages a midlife crisis while working at the hottest ad agency in town.
Party Time Party Time
Film (Comedy) Actor You don't need a reason to party, but your wife not loving you anymore is a pretty good one.
Loss for Words
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