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Despite initially good ratings, the series was canceled after two seasons.Following its cancellation, he landed the role of Dr.One of his first national TV appearances (other than as an athlete) was in a commercial for Kellogg's Product 19 cereal with his father, Tom Harmon, its longstanding TV spokesman.Thanks to his sister, Kristen's in-laws, Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Nelson, he landed his first job as an actor in an episode of Ozzie's Girls. Producer/creator Jack Webb, who was the packager of both series, later cast Harmon in Sam, a short-lived 1978 series about an LAPD officer and his K-9 partner.During the mid-1970s, Harmon made guest appearances on shows such as Laverne & Shirley and The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries and had supporting roles in the feature films Comes a Horseman (1978) and Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979).He then landed a co-starring role on the 1979 action series 240-Robert as Deputy Dwayne Thibideaux.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.
He has appeared in a wide variety of roles since the early 1970s.Harmon has two older sisters, actress and painter Kristin Nelson, the wife of late singer Ricky Nelson, and actress-model Kelly Harmon, who was once married to car magnate John De Lorean.His maternal grandparents were Austrian immigrants. After graduating from high school at Harvard School, 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.Harmon became notable for portraying Secret Service special agent Simon Donovan in The West Wing, Harmon was born in Burbank, California, the youngest of three children and the only son.
His parents were Heisman Trophy–winning football player and broadcaster Tom Harmon and actress and artist Elyse Knox (née Elsie Lillian Kornbrath).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.