|Appeared in|| Captain America: The Winter Soldier|
Captain America: Civil War
Nick Fury assigns her to watch over Steve Rogers as his next door neighbor and it is implied that the two have some feelings for each other. Natasha Romanoff attempts to get Steve to ask her out but it fails. When Nick Fury is shot at Steve's apartment, Sharon arrives, revealing her cover. She then takes care of Fury until help arrives but he seemingly dies. Later she is part of a team ordered to hunt down Steve in the investigation of Nick Fury's death. It is unknown how much she did to help them. When Steve hacked into the speakers and revealed HYDRA's plans, she participated in helping Steve and stating true to S.H.I.E.L.D.. She later went on to join the CIA after S.H.I.E.L.D's collapse.
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Young and attractive. Sharon is guided by a strong moral compass and is not afraid to speak out when her ethics are challenged.
- Expert Spy: Sharon pretended to be a nurse well enough that Natalia Romanoff referred to her by that title until her cover was blown.
- Expert Marksman: During Sharon's shooting range test for the CIA, she was perfect with every shot.
- Expert Martial Artist: As a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, Sharon has received training in martial arts fighting. Sharon demonstrated proficiency in performing a series of martial arts kicks in a brief fight with the Winter Soldier.
- Peggy Carter - Aunt; deceased.
- Steve Rogers - Neighbor, ally and love interest.
- Everett Ross - Ally.
- Nick Fury - Former superior.
- Alexander Pierce - Fromer superior turned enemy.
- Brock Rumlow - Enemy.
- James Barnes - Enemy.
- Marvel Cinematic Universe (1 film)
Behind the scenes
- Before Emily VanCamp was cast as Sharon, Anna Kendrick, Felicity Jones, Imogen Poots, Teresa Palmer, Alison Brie, Emilia Clarke, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Elizabeth Olsen and Jessica Brown Findlay were considered for the part.
- In the comics, Sharon Carter is the niece of Peggy Carter and eventually falls in love with Steve Rogers. The acknowledgement is not made in the film, though Sharon tells Steve that she was talking to her aunt on the phone, who she describes as an "insomniac", as she was doing her laundry.
- In Captain America: The First Avenger, Amanda Righetti who portrayed an unnamed S.H.I.E.L.D. agent used the call "Code 13" as a reference to both Peggy and Sharon.