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In March 2017, Sharkey denounced the Catholic Church's role in the Tuam foster home scandal, invoking his own negative experience of the Irish foster care system at the time, mentioning sexual abuse and the existence of unmarked graves of young boarders who had died at his school in Salthill, Galway.
Speaking to the Irish Sun, Sharkey stated, “We have to have these sites exhumed and go and check wherever they are.” In the same month, Sharkey announced his opposition to current Irish immigration policy and the contentious atmosphere surrounding debate of the issue, declaring he intended to enter politics in order to open up dialogue.
He has had exhibitions in Dublin, London, Ibiza, Amsterdam and New York City. His painting Roisin raised €26,100 in 2008 for People in Need in the RTÉ Telethon.Between 19, he shared a home in Ibiza with his then boyfriend Ade Antigha, an ex-police sergeant from England and former manager of Sharkey.In 2010, he was engaged to his girlfriend, Carmen Sant Angelo, an Italian art dealer.His most famous line, coming after a nun asked him what he thought of all the work being done in Africa by priests, was "How should I know, I'm from Donegal".Sharkey's difficult relationship with the other celebrity contestants was the subject of news media attention.
In 2013, Sharkey filed a lawsuit against Octagon Films and Irish broadcast network RTÉ for unauthorized use of his artwork in Irish crime series "Love/Hate".