Pam Dawber Biography, Facts & Life Story

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Age 70 years old (in 2022)
Date of Birth October 18, 1951

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Height 5 feet 6 inches (1.6764 m)
Weight 61 kg (134 lbs)
Waist 25 inches
Hips 33 inches
Body Type Not Known
Eye Color Blue eyes
Hair Color Dark brown
Known For Mork & Mindy
Full Name Pamela Dawber
Profession Actress
Nationality American
Birthplace Detroit, Michigan, United States
Zodiac Sign Libra

Pam Dawber (born October 18, 1951) is an American actress and raised in Detroit, Michigan. She is most noted for her lead TV sitcom (a television genre). For example, in the series Mork & Mindy (1978–1982) and My Sister Sam (1986–1988).

Early Life

Dawber studied in Reid Elementary School in Goodrich and visited North Farmington High School. She attended Oakland Community College (OCC), to transfer to a four-year college. She decided to delay her studies at OCC to do some part-time modeling work, later left out.

Career

She was basically a fashion model with Wilhelmina Models which is a modeling agency company and moved to New York City, before switching to acting. She has acted in many television commercials during the 1970s.

Dawber screen-tested for the title role in Tabitha, a 1977–1978 situation comedy turned off from Bewitched, but the role instead went to Lisa Hartman. However, ABC-TV was fascinated enough with her to hire her in its “talent development” program, which paid its members until they could find appropriate roles.

Garry K. Marshall, an American film-and-television comedy writer-producer-director selected Dawber from this program. Dawber decided to return to television and starred in the short-lived sitcom Life and Stuff on CBS, in 1997. Then in 2014, she rejoined with Robin Williams on his comedy series The Crazy Ones as a love interest of Williams’s character.

But the meeting failed to boost the show’s ratings, and it was canceled shortly afterward. Unfortunately, Williams, already suffering from Lewy body disease by this time, died by suicide later that year.

Dawber is a national spokeswoman for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America which is a 501 non-profit organization. Garry K. Marshall, the film-and-television comedy writer-producer-director died in 2016. He enabled Dawber’s professional breakthrough.

She as Marcie Warren “an investigative journalist” was first appeared with Mark Harmon as “Gibbs” on the NCIS in 2021 for four episodes, where Gibbs sits near a diner.

Personal Life

She married the actor Mark Harmon on March 21, 1987, in a separate ceremony. The couple has two sons: Sean Thomas Harmon also an actor, and Ty Christian Harmon scriptwriter, he chose to build a career behind the cameras.

The couple keeps a private family life and rarely appears in public with their children or speaks about one another in interviews.

Pam Dawber Education

School North Farmington High School
College Oakland Community College

Pam Dawber Career

Profession: Actress

Known For: Mork & Mindy

Net Worth: USD $10 million Approx

Family & Relatives

Father: Eugene E. Dawber

Mother: Thelma Dawber

Brother(s):
None

Sister(s):
Leslie Dawber

Marital Status: Married

Husband:
Mark Harmon (m. 1987)

Children: 2

Son(s): Ty Christian Harmon, Sean Harmon

Daughter(s): Not Yet

Dating History:

Robert Hays (1983)
Tommy Shaw (1983)
Andy Gibb (1982 – 1983)
Phil Coccioletti (1979 – 1981)


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