Mark Harmon and Pam Dawber's Beautiful Love Story — inside the NCIS Star's Marriage
Mark Harmon has been married to actress Pam Dawber since 1987. To this day, their relationship is stable, and they are blessed with two children.
Like other couples, Mark and Pam have had their fair share of ups and downs over the years. However, they have taken the necessary steps to keep their family together.
"Pam and I have both made a living in this business, and still, there's a part of that that's just not natural," Harmon said in an interview with Closer Weekly.
THE COUPLE'S LOVE STORY
Pam concurred, saying that she doesn't believe two individuals can work all the time in the entertainment industry and remain wedded.
In 1986, Mark and Pam were first introduced at a party thrown by a mutual friend. The pair got married a year later.
The two acclaimed actors have two sons: Sean and Ty. The family normally stays far away from the spotlight.
According to a friend, Mark and Pam "are a truly solid, no-drama couple" and that "they are best friends who respect and are truly devoted to each other."
Meanwhile, in an interview with PEOPLE, while the two were still engaged, Pam said that they're making an effort not to keep something secret. Nonetheless, "if you don't want it totally exploited by the press, you have to," she added.
The actor has had a ton of experience handling popularity as he was born into a well-known home.
According to Country Living, to pay tribute to their 30th wedding anniversary, the couple renewed their vows in an intimate backyard ceremony.
The actor has had a ton of experience handling popularity as he was born into a well-known home; his father, Tom Harmon, was a sportscaster while his mother, Elyse Knox, was a screen star.
Mark asserted not to have known how prominent his parents were on the grounds that they generally acted ordinary until the day he went out with his dad.
They made a quick stop at the time, and suddenly got surrounded by fans who were excited to see him. While he enjoys being private, he's likewise thankful fans love his latest role as an actor on "NCIS."
"NCIS" premiered in September 2003, on CBS. As of 2019, the action police procedural television series is the seventh longest-running scripted U.S. primetime TV series. The hit show was renewed for season 17 in April 2019, which debuted in September 2019.