ABOUT ME

Born in London, O’neil Sharma is a graduate of Economics and holds a Masters in Investment Management. He began his career as an Investment Banker but soon decided to follow his true passion for filmmaking. He was awarded a scholarship to attend the London Film Academy.

His first feature film Fotoautomat Man (2020)  premiered at the Tokyo Lift-Off Festival. His screenplay The Big B is being development to be optioned in 2022.

Other work includes Get Lucky (co-written with Ziska Riemann), was released in 2019, and Endless for Thunder Road and Film House (2020). Recently, he has been commissioned by Life and Soul Pictures to write a screenplay Rites of Passage; a true story about how cricket helps refugees integrate into Germany society. Shooting 2023.

O’neil also works as an assistant director, previous productions include Valkyrie (Bryan Singer), The Last Station (Michael Hoffman), Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino), The Ghost (Roman Polanski), Drei (Tom Tykwer) and as directors assistant on Unknown (Jaume Collet-Serra), Hansel and Gretel (Tommy Wirkola) and Berlin Station (Paramount/Epix).

His latest novel THE GOOD LIFE follows on from the success of his first novel THE WHITE HOUSE

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REVIEWS from THE WHITE HOUSE

Reviewed by Melanie USA – February 25, 2021

Reviewed by APS USA –  October 24, 2018