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MARK HARMON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 293142

MARK HARMON Black and white publicity photograph of actor wearing a dark sweater Photograph signed: "Mark Harmon". B/w, 8x10 (caption at lower margin). Mark Harmon, son of football great Tom Harmon and 1940s film star Elyse Knox, is married to Pam Dawber, former co-star of TV's Mork and Mindy

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MARK HARMON
Black and white publicity photograph of actor wearing a dark sweater
Photograph signed: "Mark Harmon". B/w, 8x10 (caption at lower margin). Mark Harmon, son of football great Tom Harmon and 1940s film star Elyse Knox, is married to Pam Dawber, former co-star of TV's Mork and Mindy. Seen in more than forty TV and big screen movies, beginning with Comes a Horseman (1978), he has also appeared in many TV series, including the medical dramas St Elsewhere (1983-1986) and Chicago Hope (1996-2000). Since 2003, Harmon has played the role of Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs in the CBS drama, Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigation Service. Fine condition.

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