Sharon Osbourne

12/05/2015 – Sharon Osbourne – 5th Annual “Cyndi Lauper & Friends: Home for the Holidays” Benefit Concert – Arrivals – Beacon Theatre – New York City, NY, USA – Orientation: Portrait Face Count: 1 – False – Photo Credit: Loredana Sangiuliano /

Birth Name: Sharon Rachel Levy

Place of Birth: Westminster, London, England, U.K.

Date of Birth: 9 October, 1952

*father – Ashkenazi Jewish
*mother – Irish, English

Sharon Osbourne is a British media personality, businessperson, television host, talent competition judge, music manager, live promoter, and author.

Sharon is the daughter of Hope (Shaw) and music promoter Don Arden (originally Levy). She is the wife of musician Ozzy Osbourne, with whom she has three children, including television personality and musician Kelly Osbourne, and television personality Jack Osbourne.

Sharon’s paternal grandfather was named Lazarus Levy. Lazarus was born in Prestwich, Greater Manchester.

Sharon’s paternal grandmother was named Sarah Black.

Sharon’s maternal grandfather was Arthur James Shaw (the son of Arthur Shaw and Hannah “Annie” O’Donnell). Annie was born in Fall River, Massachusetts, U.S., the daughter of Thomas O’Donnell, who was Irish, and of Catherine Dowd, who was born in England.

Sharon’s maternal grandmother was named Dolly.


Genealogy of Sharon Osbourne (focusing on her father’s side) –

Information about Sharon’s appearance on Who Do You Think You Are?, 2019 –


Curious about ethnicity

6 Responses

  1. JRose says:

    I agree with mima as well, it actually is not considered an ethnicity, it is a religion and a culture but not a race or ethnicity. I because of WWll a lot of people get confused, but the things hitler said about race are actually inaccurate and not correct. In other words he was ignorant about it.

  2. dimitris says:

    I agree with adrian they are together ethnicity and religion.

  3. mima says:

    Judiasm is a religious belief.

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