Oklahoma, United States
Actor, writer, model, producer
|📆 Years active||2011–present|
Richard Sharrah (born 1986) is an American actor and producer, best known for his YouTube channel Bored Shorts TV and its series Kid History. In addition to his web series he has acted in a few commercials, has a supporting role in Alienate (2014), modeled for advertisements in Velore, LG Electronics, and Walmart, and is the founder and President of the Kid History Foundation.
Sharrah grew up in Oklahoma but moved to Australia for 8th and 9th grades. He attended Glendale Community College and then moved to NYC to study acting and earned a bachelor's degree in Acting from New York University Tisch School of the Arts in 2011. He now lives in American Fork, Utah.
Sharrah spent several years in regional theater companies, performing in West Side Story with the Musical Theatre of Los Angeles, and in South Pacific, The Sorcerer, and El Barberillo de Lavapies with the Midwest touring company Light Opera Oklahoma (2006). He has also performed in lead roles in Great Expectations, Into the Woods, All in the Timing, An Ideal Husband, Grease (2004), and What's Wrong With Angry (2004).
- Kid History, YouTube series at Bored Shorts TV (2010-2013)
- Kid Snippets, YouTube series (2012-2014)
|2015||Just Let Go||Defense Attorney|
|2016||Alienate ||Matt Hayes|
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Kid History Foundation
The Kid History Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization created to serve others who stand in need. It was founded by Sharrah—who serves as President—and is managed by Richard and his brother Stephen Sharrah, and Michael Gately. The foundation fundraises and gives care kids to children in need, including iPads so they can make their own videos.
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