Sharon Pierre-Louis is a multilingual Haitian-American fluent in Creole, American Sign Language, and conversational French. She is a classical/Opera singer and has 5 siblings, including a Deaf older brother. Her parents came to the United States during the 1980s in search of a better future. Years later, she was their first child to be born in America. Born and raised in Florida, Pierre-Louis ended up meeting her three older siblings, who were all born in Haiti, for the first time by the age of 6. She discovered her love of acting after performing a Langston Hughes poem in the 6th grade. That following year she was accepted into a performing arts middle/high school (Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. School of the Arts)that changed her life forever. Pierre-Louis went on to performing in churches, community theaters, schools, and various programs to positively impact inner city youth. She is also an avid reader, and actively involved within the Deaf community.