Zurab Sharia was born in 1968.
In 1992 he graduated from Shota Rustaveli Georgian State University of Theatre and Film acting faculty (Prof. Mikheil Tumanishvili’s Group).
He has been Rustaveli State Drama Theatre Artist since 1993.
His important roles performed at Rustaveli State Drama Theatre are the following:
Drum-Major (Georg Buchner “Woyzeck”, directed by L.Tsuladze),
Ilya Afanasyevich Shamrayev (A.Tolstoy “The Seagull”, directed by G.Kavtaradze),
Lord (F. Schiller “Mary Stuart”, directed by G.Kapanadze),
Gerasime (T.Tabukashvili “What if the Wet Lilac is Wet”, directed by R.Sturua, D.Khinikadze),
I Guard (C.Gozzi “La Donna Serpente”, directed by R.Sturua, D.Sakvarelidze),
Voltimand (Shakespeare “Hamlet”, directed by R.Sturua),
II soldier (B.Brecht “The Caucasian Chalk Circle”, directed by R.Sturua),
Sir Andrew (Shakespeare “The Twelfth Christmas Night or What you Will”, directed by R.Sturua),
Guard (O. Wilde “The Star-Child”, staging director – R.Sturua, directed by D.Mghevrishvili),
He also performed in the following performances: “Lamara”, “Jacob’s Gospel”, “Ladies from Shorapan”, “STYX”.
He also performed at Theatre Basement:
“Here is That Chair, That Bed”, “Nose”, “The Threepenny Opera”, “Mario and Witch”.
His film credits include:
“The Street Days”, “The Last Battle of Major Pugachova” (НТВ КИНО), “Wall in the Sight”, “Heaven in the Streets of our City”, “Coffee and Beer”, “Day Breaks Late”, “Continue Georgian History”, “Story about Don Quixote and Sancho”.
Zurab Sharia is author of numerous TV projects, extreme and underwater shooting specialist, international level certified diver, special reports from Iraq and so forth.