Mark Harmon vs Silvio Berlusconi

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Net worth 2018
$7.88 Billion
Other
Industry
Politics
Residence
Milan, Italy
Country
Italy
02/09/1951
BirthDay
2
Children
5
Bachelor of Arts / Science, University of California at Los Angeles
Education
Doctor of Jurisprudence, University of Milan
NET WORTH STATISTIC
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2014

In 2014, Harmon started a production company called Wings Productions to produce NCIS: New Orleans

2012

Harmon received the 2,482nd star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame on October 1, 2012

2010

He was inducted into the Pierce College Athletic Hall of Fame among its first class of members in 2010

2008

Since 2008, he has also been a producer and executive producer

2003

In 2003, Harmon had a supporting role in the remake of the comedy film Freaky Friday

2002

He also directed two episodes of Boston Public in 2002

1999

Harmon directed two episodes of Chicago Hope in 1999 and 2000

1998

He also portrayed astronaut Wally Schirra in one episode of the 1998 mini-series From the Earth to the Moon

1996

In 1996, Harmon saved a teenage boy involved in a car accident outside his Brentwood home

1995

In 1995, Harmon starred in the ABC series Charlie Grace, in which he portrayed a private investigator

1993

In 1993, he appeared in one episode in the role of a rodeo clown on the CBS comedy/western series Harts of the West with future castmate Sean Murray, who plays McGee on NCIS

1991

Harmon's next regular television role would be as Chicago police detective Dickie Cobb for two seasons (1991–1993) on the NBC series Reasonable Doubts

1989

Despite several high-profile roles, Harmon's film career never gathered momentum and, after a muted reception to his 1989 comedy Worth Winning, he returned to television, appearing in various television movies

1988

In 1988, Harmon was part owner of a minor league baseball team in San Bernardino, California, the San Bernardino Spirit, which spawned Ken Griffey, Jr

1987

In 1987, Harmon filed for custody of his nephew Sam on the grounds that his sister, Kristin Nelson, was incapable of good parenting

1986

With his career blossoming, he played a role in the 1986 theatrical film Let's Get Harry and the lead role in the 1987 comedy Summer School, again co-starring with Kirstie Alley and alongside future JAG/NCIS alum Patrick Labyorteaux

1980

In the mid-1980s, Harmon also became the spokesperson for Coors Regular beer, appearing in television commercials for them

1979

He then landed a co-starring role on the 1979 action series 240-Robert as Deputy Dwayne Thibideaux

1978

In 1978, he appeared in three episodes of the mini-series, Centennial, as Captain John MacIntosh, an honorable Union cavalry officer

1975

This was followed by guest roles in episodes of Adam-12, Police Woman, and Emergency! in mid-1975

1974

Harmon graduated cum laude from UCLA in 1974 with a B

1973

In his senior year in 1973, Harmon received the National Football Foundation Award for All-Round Excellence

1972

After graduating from high school at Harvard School, Harmon completed a two-year associate degree at Pierce College in Los Angeles, then transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was the starting quarterback for the UCLA Bruins football team in 1972 and 1973

1971

The Sooners finished second in the nation in 1971, while the Bruins were a pre-season top-20 selection and stumbled to a 2–7–1 record and were last in the Pac-8

1970

During the mid to late 1970s, Harmon made guest appearances on TV series' such as Laverne & Shirley, Delvecchio, The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries and had supporting roles in the feature films Comes a Horseman (1978) and Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979)

1951

Thomas Mark Harmon (born September 2, 1951) is an American television and film actor