Mark Harmon Biography
Thomas Mark Harmon is an American television and film actor. He was born on September 2, 1951 in Burbank, California.
After graduating from high school at Harvard School, Harmon completed a two-year associate degree at Pierce College in Los Angeles, then transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was the starting quarterback for the UCLA Bruins football team in 1972 and 1973. After his sophomore season at Pierce, Harmon had a number of offers from major college football programs, and he ultimately chose UCLA over Oklahoma. Harmon graduated cum laude from UCLA in 1974 with a B.A. in Communications.
He was inducted into the Pierce College Athletic Hall of Fame among its first class of members in 2010. Harmon started his career in business as a merchandising director, but soon decided to switch to acting. He spent much of his career portraying law enforcement and medical personnel.
Harmon gained recognition for portraying Secret Service special agent Simon Donovan in The West Wing, receiving a 2002 Emmy Award nomination for his acting in the four-episode story arc.
Harmon was cast in a similar role a year later: Donald P. Bellisario—the creator of both JAG and NCIS for CBS—had seen Harmon in The West Wing and decided to cast him in NCIS. Harmon’s character of NCIS special agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs was first introduced in a guest starring role in two episodes of JAG. Since 2003, Harmon has starred in NCIS as the same character.
Mark Harmon Age
He was born on September 2, 1951.
Mark Harmon Sister
Harmon has two older sisters, Kristin Nelson who is a painter and Kelly Harmon who is an actress and model.
Mark Harmon Wife – Mark Harmon Marriage
Harmon has been married to actress Pam Dawber since March 21, 1987.
Mark Harmon Children
Harmon and wife Pam Dawber have two sons; Sean Thomas Harmon born on April 25, 1988 and Ty Christian Harmon born on June 25, 1992.
Mark Harmon Son
His son Sean Thomas Harmon, played a young Gibbs in five NCIS episodes.
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Mark Harmon Net Worth
Harmon’s net worth is estimated to be $40 million.
Is Angie Harmon Related To Mark Harmon
No, there is no relation between the two.
Mark Harmon and Pam Dawber Wedding
Mark Harmon & Wife Pam Renewed their wedding vows on March 21 2017 at an ‘Intimate’ Ceremony. They celebrated the 30th wedding anniversary at their California home having tied the knot in 1987.
Mark Harmon Movies and TV Shows
Mark Harmon Movies
- Comes a Horseman (1978)
- Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979)
- The Dream Merchants (1980)
- Tuareg – The Desert Warrior (1984)
- Let’s Get Harry (1986)
- The Deliberate Stranger (1986)
- Summer School (1987)
- The Presidio (1988)
- Stealing Home (1988)
- Worth Winning (1989)
- Till There Was You (1990)
- Kenny Rogers Classic Weekend (1990)
- Shadow of a Doubt (1991)
- Cold Heaven (1991)
- Wyatt Earp (1994)
- Magic in the Water (1995)
- The Last Supper (1996)
- Casualties (1997)
- The First to Go (1997)
- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)
- I’ll Remember April (1999)
- For All Time (2000)
- Crossfire Trail (2001)
- The Amati Girls (2001)
- Local Boys (2002)
- Freaky Friday (2003)
- Chasing Liberty (2004)
- Weather Girl (2009)
- Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010)
- Certain Prey (2011)
Mark Harmon TV Shows
- 2014, 2016–2017 – NCIS: New Orleans
- 2012 – Family Guy
- 2011 – Certain Prey
- 2004 – Retrosexual: The 80’s
- 2003 – JAG
- 2003–present – NCIS
- 2002 – The West Wing
- 2001 – The Legend of Tarzan
- 2001 – And Never Let Her Go
- 1998 – From the Earth to the Moon
- 1997 – Adventures from the Book of Virtues
- 1996 – Strangers
- 1996 – E! True Hollywood Story
- 1996–2000 – Chicago Hope
- 1995 – Charlie Grace
- 1995 – Original Sins (aka Acts of Contrition)
- 1993 – Harts of the West
- 1991–93 – Reasonable Doubts
- 1991 – Dillinger
- 1991 – Fourth Story
- 1991 – Long Road Home
- 1989 – Sweet Bird of Youth
- 1987 – Moonlighting
- 1987 – After the Promise
- 1986 – The Deliberate Stranger
- 1986 – Prince of Bel Air
- 1983 – The Love Boat
- 1983–86 – St. Elsewhere
- 1983 – Intimate Agony (aka Doctor in Paradise)
- 1981 – Goliath Awaits
- 1981–82 – Flamingo Road
- 1980 – Flamingo Road
- 1979 – The Love Boat
- 1979–80 – 240-Robert
- 1978 – Getting Married
- 1978 – Police Woman
- 1978 – Little Mo
- 1978 – Sam
- 1978–79 – Centennial
- 1977 – Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years
- 1977 – The Hardy Boys
- 1976 – Laverne & Shirley
- 1976 – All’s Fair
- 1976 – Police Woman
- 1976 – Delvecchio
- 1975 – Emergency!
- 1975 – Adam-12
- 1975 – Police Woman
- 1973 – Ozzie’s Girls
Mark Harmon – Video
Mark Harmon News
‘NCIS’ Season 16 Air Date and Spoiler: Mark Harmon-led Series Welcomes Pauley Perrette’s Replacement
Updated On: 19th July 2018
Looks like “NCIS” Season 16 has a big announcement for fans who have been left wanting more after Pauley Perrette’s departure in Season 15. The loss of the quirky goth forensic scientist who had been with the show for 15 years is a large hit to the cast dynamic.
Thankfully, CBS has seen it fit to find someone whom “Ducky” Mallard, played by David McCallum, trusts just as much as Perrette’s Abby Sciuto to replace the much-beloved character. Diona Reasonover, who played Kasie Hines in a couple of episodes in Season 15, will be taking a spot alongside the show’s main cast, effectively becoming the teams main forensic scientist.
The official CBS Twitter page has tweeted a photo of Reasonover, welcoming the young actress as a full-time member of the cast for “NCIS” season 16.
Reasonover’s addition to the cast as a member of “Ducky” Mallard’s legacy is a welcome addition to the show as McCallum himself may be looking towards minimizing his time on the series as well to focus more time with his family.
Kasie Hines, one of “Ducky’s” graduate assistants, first appeared in season 15 episode 17 “One Man’s Trash,” where she was introduced as the assistant “Ducky” hires to help keep him on schedule while working on his newest book about his crime autopsy experiences.
In episode 23 of the same season, titled “Fallout,” Gibbs brings in Hines as a forensic agent to fill in for Sciuto’s departure from “NCIS”. Hines was also present during the season’s last episode where much of Jack Sloane’s background started to unfold. While Sloane is a forensic psychologist herself as part of the “NCIS” team, considering the cliffhanger state that we found her at the end of season 15, there is a possibility that she will need the young Hines’ help in season 16 if she ever makes it out alive.