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Mark Harmon's acting talent has earned him multiple Emmy Award
and Golden Globe Award nominations. He was nominated for an Emmy for
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for "The West Wing," and before that
for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Special for the movie "Eleanor and
Franklin: The White House Years." He received two consecutive Golden Globe
nominations for his work in "Reasonable Doubts" and also received Golden Globe
nominations for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Made for TV
for "After the Promise" and for his role as serial killer Ted Bundy in "The
Along with his co-stars in "Chicago
Hope," on CBS, Harmon received two SAG Award nominations for ensemble work, and
he also directed episodes of the series. His additional television credits
include the mini-series "From the Earth to the Moon," the CBS mini-series "And
Never Let Her Go," the movie "Sweet Bird of Youth" and the series "St.
Elsewhere" and "Moonlighting."
Harmon's feature credits
include the upcoming indie film "Weather Girl," "Freaky Friday," "Chasing
Liberty," "Comes a Horseman," "Wyatt Earp," "Stealing Home," "The Presidio,"
"Summer School," "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," "Natural Born Killers" and
"The Last Supper."
On stage, Harmon appeared in "Key
Exchange," "Wrestlers," "The Wager" and several productions of "Love Letters"
with his wife, actress Pam Dawber.
Harmon was born and
raised in Southern California, where he attended UCLA and quarterbacked the
football team to several winning seasons, for which he was awarded the National
Collegiate Football Foundation Award for All-Around Excellence. He is a cum
laude graduate of UCLA with a degree in communications. His father, Tom Harmon,
was a Heisman Trophy winner and nationally acclaimed broadcaster. His mother is
former actress Elyse Knox.
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