• Margo Harshman is an American actress known for her roles in the TV series “Even Stevens” and “NCIS”.
• She has featured in 40 film and TV titles, and has won several awards.
• She is of mixed German, Swiss, Norwegian, Danish, English, Irish, Scottish and French ancestry.
• Her net worth is estimated at around $6 million.
• She is active on social media and has a height of 5ft 4ins (1.63m).
Known for movies
|Fact||Attended one of her school dances at Foothill with Shia LaBeouf.|
- 1 Who is Margo Harshman?
- 2 Margo Harshman Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
- 3 Career Beginnings
- 4 Rise to Stardom
- 5 Net Worth
- 6 Personal Life, Dating, Husband, Relationships
- 7 Internet Fame
- 8 Height, Weight, and Body Measurements
- 9 General Info
- 10 Family
- 11 Accomplishments
- 12 Social profile links
- 13 Facts
- 14 Pictures
- 15 Movies
- 16 Awards
Who is Margo Harshman?
Margo Harshman is an actress, who came to prominence as Tawny Dean in the TV series “Even Stevens” (2000-2003), and also as Delilah McGee in the TV series “NCIS” (2013-2019). Since starting her career, Margo has featured in 40 film and TV titles, and has won several awards.
Margo Harshman Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Born as Margo Cathleen Harshman on the 4th March 1986 in San Diego, California USA, she is of very mixed German, Swiss, Norwegian, Danish, English, Irish, Scottish and French ancestry. Margo has four siblings, with two older sisters, one older and one younger brother. Margo has ties to several sportsmen, who include Jack Harshman, a former baseball pitcher, and former Washington State University and University of Washington basketball coach Marv Harshman.
Margo was interested in the performing arts from an early age, from beauty pageantry to dancing and acting; she made her debut in 1997 as an 11-year-old, portraying Jolie in the family comedy film “The Elf Who Didn’t Believe”, starring next to Sean Donnelly and Rich Mann. After her debut, Margo took a short break, focusing on her education, and then in 2000 she was chosen for the part of Tawny Dean in the Disney Channel series “Even Stevens” – the show became quite popular, turning Margo into a star, and she then starred in the sitcom “Run of the House” (2003-2004) on WB, next to Joey Lawrence, Sasha Barrese and Kyle Howard.
As her career progressed and her name became known in Hollywood, Margo was chosen for the part of Gina in the comedy film “Fellowship” in 2005, which was her first big-screen role. After the first film role, Margo decided to continue to pursue her career on the big screen, and was cast as the lead female in the horror thriller “Simon Says” co-starring next to Crispin Glover and Greg Cipes, and also starred in the drama film “Hiding Victoria”, portraying the titular character, next to Anita Gillette and Michael Wiseman, among other stars, both in 2006.
Rise to Stardom
Margo continued to build a name for herself, and throughout the 2000s enjoyed success in number of projects, such as the horror “Rise: Blood Hunter” in 2007, the comedy “College Road Trip”, then the award-winning comedy “Fired Up!” with Eric Christian Olsen, Nicholas D’Agosto, and Sarah Roemer, and the horror film “Sorority Row” both in 2009. These roles benefited Margo’s net worth and made her rather popular with producers, directors, and public as well.
Then in 2012, Margo was chosen for the part of Alex Jensen in the TV comedy series “The Big Bang Theory” and appeared in four episodes of the highly-acclaimed series throughout 2012 and 2013. The following year, Margo moved a step forward when she was selected for the part of Delilah Fielding, the wife of paraplegic Timothy McGee in the popular TV crime-drama series “NCIS” (2013-2019). Most recently, Margo starred in the television film “Love on the Vines” in 2017, next to Steve Talley and Brittany Underwood and it only benefited to her popularity, continuing her rise to stardom.
Margo’s debut came when she was still a child and she has gracefully transitioned into adult roles and a rather successful career, which has steadily increased her wealth. Harshman’s net worth is as high as $6 million.
Personal Life, Dating, Husband, Relationships
She was in a relationship with the famous actor Chris Marquette from 2003 until 2005. Then Margo married musician Austen Hooks in 2017, but has since filed for divorce, so is currently separated. Before taking this step, the couple was on an eight-week long separation. Margo hasn’t shared the reason for her divorce.
Over the years, Margo has become somewhat of a social media star, and has used all the benefits of social networks to stay in touch with her fans. She is active on Facebook and Twitter; her official Facebook page has more than 15,000 followers, however, she hasn’t posted anything since 2016. On Twitter, she has just under 13,000 fans, however, she still doesn’t share many details from her life.
Thanks @ghendrickson87 for the sweet pic pic.twitter.com/QzGh4fEF
— Margo Harshman (@margoharshman) January 4, 2013
Height, Weight, and Body Measurements
Margo stands at 5ft 4ins, which is equal to 1.63m, while she weighs approximately 119lbs or 54kgs, and her vital statistics are 35-25-35. She has blue eyes and her hair is light brown hair, which fits her perfectly, don’t you agree?
|Full Name||Margo Harshman|
|Education||Foothill High School, La Costa Heights Elementary School, Hewes Middle School|
|Parents||David Harshman, Janelle Harshman|
|Movies||Sorority Row, College Road Trip, Fired Up!, Keith, Simon Says, The Even Stevens Movie, Rise: Blood Hunter, From Within, Hiding Victoria, Extreme Movie, Recipe for Disaster, Toxin, Pretty Little Devils, Judy's Got a Gun|
|TV Shows||Bent, Run of the House, Even Stevens, The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend|
|1||She has German, Swiss-German, Danish, Norwegian, English, Irish, Scottish, and distant French ancestry.|
|2||Became a freshman in community college. [August 2002]|
|3||Attended one of her school dances at Foothill with Shia LaBeouf.|
|4||Attended Foothill High School in Orange County, California.|
|Love on the Vines||2016||TV Movie post-production||Diana Armstrong|
|NCIS||2013-2016||TV Series||Delilah Fielding|
|The Muppets: First Look Presentation||2015||Short||Becky|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2014||TV Series||April Brock|
|Bones||2013||TV Series||Alison Kidman|
|The Big Bang Theory||2012-2013||TV Series||Alex Jensen|
|House M.D.||2012||TV Series||Melissa|
|$#*! My Dad Says||2010||TV Series||Kim|
|Modern Family||2009||TV Series||Jungle Tanya|
|Jenny Got a Boob Job||2009||Short||Courtney Sager|
|Extreme Movie||2008||Ted's Girlfriend|
|Boston Legal||2008||TV Series||Margie Coggins|
|90210||2008||TV Series||Detention girl|
|College Road Trip||2008||Katie|
|Judy's Got a Gun||2007||TV Movie||Maya Spektor|
|Journeyman||2007||TV Series||Abby Armstrong|
|Rise: Blood Hunter||2007||Tricia Rawlins|
|The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend||2006||TV Movie||Jane|
|Hiding Victoria||2006||Victoria Walker|
|Grey's Anatomy||2006||TV Series||Jennifer Morris|
|Center of the Universe||2004||TV Series||Sara|
|Without a Trace||2004||TV Series||Harley Palmer|
|Run of the House||2003-2004||TV Series||Brooke Franklin|
|Even Stevens||2000-2003||TV Series||Tawny Dean|
|The Even Stevens Movie||2003||TV Movie||Tawny Dean|
|Recipe for Disaster||2003||TV Movie||Rebecca Korda|
|Murphy's Dozen||2001||TV Movie||Bridgett|
|The Elf Who Didn't Believe||1997||Jolie|
|Even Stevens||2000-2002||TV Series performer - 3 episodes|
|NCIS - Season 13: All's Fair in Love and War||2016||Video short||Herself|
|Simon Says Chopped Chiseled and Charred||2009||Video short||Herself|
|This Is Not a Cheerleading Movie: The Making of 'Fired Up!'||2009||Video short||Herself|
|Disney Channel Holiday||2005||Video||Tawny Dean|
|2009||ShoWest Award||ShoWest Convention, USA||Female Star of Tomorrow|
|2004||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special - Supporting Young Actress||The Even Stevens Movie (2003)|
|2004||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) - Supporting Young Actress||Even Stevens (1999)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia