NCIS TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: RALPH WAITE, MARK HARMON - HFSID 322704
Sale Price $270.00
NCIS TV CAST
Photograph of actors Mark Harmon and Ralph Waite as they appear in the crime drama, signed on their respective images
Photograph signed: "Ralph/Waite", "For Amy/Mark Harmon", Color 6x4. Accompanied by unsigned photograph of Waite with actress Pauley Perrette. MARK HARMON (b. 1951), 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. RALPH WAITE (1928-2014) played character roles in some well-known movies (Cool Hand Luke, Five Easy Pieces, the Roots mini-series) before landing the role of John Walton, Sr. on The Waltons (1972-1981, and spin-off TV movies). After more film roles (including The Bodyguard) and many TV guest spots, Waite now plays cantankerous fathers to two of TV's most popular sleuths. He is Hank Booth, father of Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) on Bones, and Jackson Gibbs, father of Leroy Gibbs (Mark Harmon) on NCIS. Waite ran three times for a Congressional seat in California. Image pixelated from resizing. Adhesive residue on top margin. Corners and edges slightly worn. Fine condition.
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