Mark Harmon’s New Look: Fans Opine That The NCIS Star Might Need A New Haircut
January 16, 2018 14:03 By Fabiosa
"If other people think I’m okay looking, that’s great, but I don’t see it myself. When I look in the mirror, all I see is a bunch of fake teeth and football scars." - Mark Harmon
The television hunk best known for his role as Agent Gibbs in the CBS series NCIS seems to be trying out a new look.
Mark Harmon’s new look with longer hair
The actor, who has been on NCIS for fifteen seasons, recently took to his Facebook page to upload a photo of himself spotting a new look with notably longer hair.
Harmon, who is best known for wearing cropped hairstyles, seems to be growing his hair out. It is uncertain if he will be spotting the same look on subsequent episodes of NCIS, but regardless of his hair fad, we will always love Agent Gibbs.
However, some of his fans on Facebook had this to say about his new look:
Harmon as Agent Gibbs on NCIS
Mark, who graduated from UCLA with a B.A. in communication, went into acting in the early 1970s after graduation. He has featured in series like West Wing, JAG, Chicago Hope, and a few other movies. From 2003, he started playing the role of Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs on CBS series NCIS.
Haven been on the show for fifteen seasons, fans have come to love Harmon’s character. Prior to his career success, Harmon worked as a carpenter - a skill which was incorporated into his on-screen character, as the highly successful criminal investigator likes to build boats in his basement.
Mark Harmon happily married for over twenty years
The actor got married to actress Pam Dawber in 1987, and together they have two sons: Sean Thomas Hammon, who played a younger version of his father's character in season six of NCIS, and Ty Christian Harmon.
After twenty years of marriage, the couple is still together and very much happy. Harmon, who was named the sexiest man alive by People Magazine in 1986, is showing no signs of being past his sell-by date as he is still an Adonis even at 66.
Needless to say, we can’t get enough of him on our TV screens!