May 27, 1993 |
"Stealing Home" (1988), directed by Steven Kampmann and Will Aldis. 98 minutes. Rated PG-13. Jodie Foster has never been more luminous than she is in this film about a washed-up baseball player Billy Wyatt (Mark Harmon), who recalls his friendship with a free spirit.
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August 19, 1987 |
Actor Mark Harmon dropped his bid Tuesday to gain custody of his 12-year-old nephew Sam, ending a bitter fight with the youngster's mother, Harmon's sister Kristin, the ex-wife of the late rock star Rick Nelson. The estranged brother and sister, children of University of Michigan football all-American Tom Harmon and actress Elyse Knox, appeared to have begun their reconciliation as they emerged from a courtroom in the Los Angeles County Courthouse with their arms around one another.
April 27, 1988 |
With husband Mark Harmon coaching breathing during delivery, actress Pam Dawber gave birth to a boy Monday. Sean Thomas Harmon weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces and measured 22 inches long, a spokesman for Dawber said Tuesday. The spokesman said he would not name the Los Angeles-area hospital because of the couple's desire for privacy. It is the first child for Harmon, 36, and Dawber, 35, who were married March 21, 1987.
January 11, 1988 |
Non-emergency surgery for star Mark Harmon has forced cancellation of a month-long run of the play "Bus Stop" at the Ahmanson Theater, a spokesman said Friday. Harmon is scheduled to undergo surgery this month for complications of an old shoulder injury, the spokesman said, adding that he didn't know when the actor would be hospitalized. "Bus Stop" was scheduled to run from Feb. 11 through April 10.
November 24, 1985 |
The Adolph Coors Co. isn't crying in its beer over the upcoming AIDS-related demise on "St. Elsewhere" of Dr. Robert Caldwell--alias Mark Harmon, the macho Coors spokesman in a series of outdoorsy ads. "His role as our spokesman," said a Coors spokeswoman, reading from a prepared statement, "is one that is totally separate from his fictional role on 'St. Elsewhere.'
November 12, 1989 |
In the wake of his third big-screen dud--the current box-office loser "Worth Winning"--Mark Harmon has shifted career gears. He's starring opposite Theresa Russell in "Cold Heaven," directed by the offbeat Nicolas Roeg, due out next year. "Audiences are going to see a different side of Mark," predicted J.J. Harris, Harmon's agent of eight months. (We've been tipped that for storyline purposes, makeup will alter Harmon's glamour-boy features.