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Pam Dawber is a Actor American born on 18 october 1951 at Detroit (USA)

Pam Dawber

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Birth name Pamela Gene Dawber
Nationality USA
Birth 18 october 1951 (67 years) at Detroit (USA)

Pamela Gene "Pam" Dawber (born October 18, 1951) is an American actress best known for her lead television sitcom roles as Mindy McConnell in Mork & Mindy (1978–1982) and Samantha Russell in My Sister Sam (1986–1988).


Dawber married actor Mark Harmon on March 21, 1987, in a private ceremony. They have two sons: Sean Thomas Harmon (born April 25, 1988) and Ty Christian Harmon (born June 25, 1992). The couple are known to be private about their family life and rarely appear in public together with their children or speak about one another in interviews.

Usually with

Peter Hyams
Peter Hyams
(1 films)
Robert Altman
Robert Altman
(1 films)
Sandor Stern
Sandor Stern
(1 films)
Paul Dooley
Paul Dooley
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Pam Dawber (7 films)

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I'll Remember April, 1h30
Directed by Bob Clark
Origin USA
Themes Political films, Children's films
Actors Pat Morita, Trevor Morgan, Pam Dawber, Haley Joel Osment, Mark Harmon, Paul Dooley
Rating62% 3.1007453.1007453.1007453.1007453.100745
Four children capture a Japanese soldier who washes ashore during the Second World War.
A Child's Cry for Help, 1h50
Directed by Sandor Stern
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Pam Dawber, Veronica Hamel, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Lisa Jakub, Cynthia Martells, Daniel Benzali
Roles Monica Shaw
Rating62% 3.1002253.1002253.1002253.1002253.100225
A recent transplant from California, Dr. Paula Spencer has just lost her husband and is about to begin her new job at a local hospital, While she is there, a seemingly loving mother, Monica Shaw, brings her son, Eric, in for treatment for his illness. But Dr. Spencer suspects that there is something wrong, and theorizes that Monica is deliberately and abusively making her son sick all the time so that she could have him admitted to the hospital for all of the attention that it gives her. However, hospital administrators are skeptical, and when Eric's young roommate also develops a similar illness, it only serves to make them even more dismissive.
Stay Tuned
Stay Tuned (1992)
, 1h28
Directed by Peter Hyams, Chuck Jones
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure
Themes Films about religion, Films about television, Demons in film, Comedy horror films
Actors John Ritter, Pam Dawber, Jeffrey Jones, Eugene Levy, David Tom, Heather McComb
Roles Helen Knable
Rating61% 3.099693.099693.099693.099693.09969
The film's primary protagonists are Roy Knable (John Ritter), a couch potato, struggling Seattle plumbing salesman and former fencing athlete, and his neglected wife Helen (Pam Dawber), a senior vitamin product manager. After a fight (which involved Helen smashing the family television screen with one of Roy's fencing trophies as a wake-up call to reality), Mr. Spike (Jeffrey Jones) appears at the couples' door, offering him a new high tech satellite dish system filled with 666 channels of programs one cannot view on the four big networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox). What Roy doesn't know is that Spike (later referred to as "Mephistopheles of the Cathode Ray") is an emissary from hell who wants to boost the influx of souls by arranging for TV junkies to be killed in the most gruesome and ironic situations imaginable. The 'candidates' are sucked into a hellish television world, called Hell Vision, and put through a gauntlet where they must survive a number of satirical versions of sitcoms and movies. If they can survive for 24 hours they are free to go but if they get killed then their souls will become the property of Satan (the latter usually happens).
Swan Lake
Swan Lake (1981)
, 1h15
Directed by Kimio Yabuki
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Musical, Animation, Romance
Actors Christopher Atkins, Keiko Takeshita, Pam Dawber, Yōko Asagami, Kay Lenz, Fuyumi Shiraishi
Roles Princess Odette (English version)
Rating78% 3.926033.926033.926033.926033.92603
The hero, Prince Siegfried, is out riding one day with his friends when he sees a swan with a crown on its head swimming on a lake. One of his friends, Adolf, tries to shoot the swan, but just before his arrow flies, Adolf is turned to stone. Siegfried's other friend accuses the swan of practicing witchcraft, neither of them pondering the presence of a owl just behind them. Siegfried is unable to stop thinking about the swan, and decides to follow it as it swims away from its spot on the lake. Siegfried soon finds himself at a castle.
The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy
Actors Robert Hays, Pam Dawber, Zohra Lampert, Ed Nelson, Maurice Evans, Larry Hankin
Roles Bonny Lee Beaumont
Rating69% 3.4910753.4910753.4910753.4910753.491075
A man inherits from his millionaire uncle a gold watch that has the power to stop time.
A Wedding
A Wedding (1978)
, 2h5
Directed by Robert Altman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Films about marriage
Actors Desi Arnaz Jr., Carol Burnett, Géraldine Chaplin, Howard Duff, Vittorio Gassman, Mia Farrow
Roles Tracy Farrell
Rating70% 3.547223.547223.547223.547223.54722
Dino Corelli (Desi Arnaz Jr.) marries Muffin Brenner (Amy Stryker) in a lavish Episcopalian church wedding presided over by a doddering, forgetful bishop. After the ceremony, the wedding party and guests drive back to the Corelli mansion for the reception. Meanwhile, the elderly, bedridden matriarch Nettie Sloan (Lillian Gish), mother of Regina Sloan Corelli (Nina Van Pallandt) and grandmother of the groom Dino, is being tended in her upstairs bedroom at the mansion by drunk, lecherous Dr. Jules Meecham (Howard Duff). Nettie is lying in her bed speaking with wedding planner Rita Billingsley (Geraldine Chaplin) when Nettie suddenly dies peacefully. Dr. Meecham informs Dino's father and head of household Luigi Corelli (Vittorio Gassman) of Nettie's death, but leaves it to him to tell his wife Regina, which Luigi is unable to do because Regina is high on drugs and mentally unstable. Nettie's corpse remains lying in bed, appearing to be asleep, throughout the reception, while various attendees are quietly told about her death or in some cases visit her in her room without realizing she's actually dead. By the time her bossy daughter Toni (Dina Merrill) finds out and calls a family meeting to make a dramatic announcement, the other family members are mostly not surprised or even too upset.