Sharon Osbourne's television credits include a judging role on "America's Got Talent." Osbourne created and produced the cable reality series, "The Osbournes," which starred her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, and their children, which won an Emmy Award for Best Reality Show in 2002. Osbourne's additional television credits include guest starring roles on "Will & Grace" and "Days of Our Lives," among others. She also hosted her own talk show, "The Sharon Osbourne Show," and appeared on "The X Factor" in the United Kingdom. Osbourne's career in the music industry has spanned over 30 years. In addition to managing the career of her husband, she has managed numerous artists such as Black Sabbath, Electric Light Orchestra, Smashing Pumpkins, Motorhead and Slade. In 1996, Osbourne created and produced Ozzfest, the biggest hard rock touring festival in America. Osbourne is the best-selling author of Sharon Osbourne Survivor: My Story - The Next Chapter, and Sharon Osbourne Extreme: My Autobiography. After beating colon cancer, she started the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Foundation in association with Cedars Sinai Medical Center. She lives between Los Angeles and London with her husband Ozzy Osbourne and has three children. Her birth date is Oct. 9.