• Bitty Schram is a retired actress who achieved stardom as Sharona Fleming in the TV comedy-drama series "Monk" (2002-2009)
• She left "Monk" back in 2004 and since then has retired from acting, aside from a guest appearance in the last season of "Monk"
• She was born Elizabeth Natalie Schram in Mountainside, New Jersey and achieved her Bachelor's degree in advertising design from the University of Maryland
• She achieved her biggest success with the roles of RF Evelyn Gardner in the film "A League of Their Own" (1992) and Sharona Fleming in the TV series "Monk" (2002-2009)
• As of mid-2019, her net worth is estimated to be around $2.5 million.

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Short Info

Date Of BirthJuly 17, 1968
FactBorn on the 13 year anniversary of the opening of Disneyland.

Who is Bitty Schram?

Before we tell you where Bitty Schram is today, let’s first introduce her to you in brief. Bitty is a retired actress who achieved stardom as Sharona Fleming in the TV comedy-drama series “Monk” (2002-2009) and is also known for playing RF Evelyn Gardner in the film “A League of Their Own” in 1992.

So, do you want to find out more about Bitty Schram, from her childhood years, to where she is today, and what she is doing? If yes, then stay with us for a while, as we introduce you to this Golden Globe Award-nominated actress.

Where is Bitty Schram Today?

Well, Bitty left “Monk” back in 2004 over creative differences, which was later discovered to be a contract dispute between her and the producers of the show. Since then, she gradually started the retirement process, and aside from a guest appearance in the last season of “Monk”, she hasn’t had much success. In 2016, she tried to return to acting with the role of Officer Lori in the film “Moments of Clarity”, but since then, hasn’t made an appearance. So, what is Bitty doing today? Well, she has remained out of the spotlight, apparently living a peaceful life far away from the camera. However, she did make a public appearance at Cleveland Ballpark in June 2018, in a promotion at the Akron baseball stadium with the theme “A League of their Own”.

Bitty Schram Wiki: Real Name, Age, Childhood, and Education

Born as Elizabeth Natalie Schram on the 17th July 1968, in Mountainside, New Jersey USA, along with three siblings, Bitty’s childhood was tough; constant fights between her parents led to their divorce when she was ten, and the court ordered joint custody over Bitty and her siblings. This resulted in frequent moves from one place to another, but she managed to overcome those troubles and focus on her education and sports, playing tennis. After finishing high school, she enrolled at the University of Maryland, on a tennis scholarship, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in advertising design. However, once out of college, she realized that she wasn’t made for work in big corporations, and decided to pursue her true love, acting.

Bitty Schram

Career Beginnings

Bitty made her acting debut in the film “Fathers & Sons” in 1992, in the minor role of Terry, and the same year she made her breakthrough with the role of RF Evelyn Gardner in the comedy-drama film “A League of Their Own”, starring Tom Hanks, Geena Davis and Lori Petty. She continued quite successfully in the next couple of years, first by starring in the film “My Family Treasure” (1993), and then from 1993 to 1995 starred in the Broadway play “Laughter on the 23rd Floor”. In 1996 she had a supporting role in the Academy Award-nominated romantic comedy-drama film “One Fine Day”, starring Michelle Pfeiffer, George Clooney and Mae Whitman, while in 1998 she starred in the drama film “Cleopatra’s Second Husband” next to Paul Hipp and Jonathan Penner.

Rise to Prominence

Gradually Bitty was becoming more popular, and it was in 2002 that she reached stardom, when she was selected for the role of Sharona Fleming in the TV comedy-drama series “Monk”; she was the personal assistant to the main character Adrian Monk, a detective with an obsessive-compulsive disorder. She remained in the show until midway through the third season, when she left, returning as a guest star in the last season in the episode entitled “Mr. Monk and Sharona”.


Career Decline and Retirement

After she left “Monk”, her career began declining, and she didn’t have much success in her further endeavors. She featured in minor roles in such TV series as “Thief” (2006), and “Ghost Whisperer”, among others, and remained active in the entertainment world until 2016, when she decided to completely leave the entertainment world.

Bitty Schram Net Worth

Although not very active as an actress, Bitty has earned a decent amount of money from her engagements, especially “Monk”, and “A League of their Own”, among others. So, have you ever wondered how rich Bitty Schram is, as of mid- 2019? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Schram’s net worth is as high as $2.5 million, pretty decent don’t you think?

Bitty Schram Personal Life, Marriage

What do you know about Bitty’s personal life? Well, she hasn’t been very open when it comes to sharing such details. She has done a wonderful job in keeping all things private for now, as we couldn’t pry into anything that is connected to her love life and if she has children or not. Hopefully, Bitty changes her mind and starts sharing information about her life with the fans.

Bitty Schram Height, Weight, and Body Measurements

Do you know how tall Bitty Schram is, and how much she weighs? Well, Bitty stands at 5ft 9ins, which is equal to 1.73m, weighs approximately 128lbs or 58kg, and her vital statistics are 35-25-35 inches. She has blonde hair and brown eyes and is regarded as quite beautiful, which only helped her in her career.

General Info

Full NameBitty Schram
Date Of BirthJuly 17, 1968


MoviesMoments of Clarity, Cleopatra’s Second Husband, Marvin's Room, The Pallbearer, Caught, Chasers, A League of Their Own
TV ShowsMonk

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1Born on the 13 year anniversary of the opening of Disneyland.
2She is best known for her film debut role in A League of Their Own (1992) as Evelyn Gardner, the teary-eyed right-fielder who was told by Tom Hanks that there is "No crying in baseball!"
3She is an accomplished stage actress, having appeared in Neil Simon's Broadway hit, "Laughter on the 23rd Floor;" with Nathan Lane and in Off-Broadway's "Blackout" and "One Acts" by Warren Leight.
4Attended the University of Maryland




Moments of Clarity2015Officer Lori
Monk2002-2009TV SeriesSharona Fleming
Ghost Whisperer2009TV SeriesJody
You've Got a Friend2007TV MovieMiss Jackie Nelson
Thief2006TV Mini-SeriesLila Granville
Kitchen Confidential2005TV SeriesReese Ryder
The Sure Hand of God2004Christine Bigbee
Unconditional Love2002Waitress
Felicity2001-2002TV SeriesRita
Roswell2001TV SeriesBunny
The Tag2001ShortGina
Strong Medicine2001TV SeriesJuno Bouvoir
Destiny2001TV Movie
Good vs Evil1999TV SeriesAni
Cleopatra's Second Husband1998Hallie Marrs
Kissing a Fool1998Vicki Pelam
One Fine Day1996Marla
Marvin's Room1996Janine (as Bitty Schramm)
The Pallbearer1996Lauren
Long Island Fever1995TV MoviePenny
Full Cycle1994Sofie
Chasers1994Flo, Waitress
My Family Treasure1993Young Alexandra
The Night We Never Met1993Pharmacy Clerk
A League of Their Own1992Evelyn Gardner - Right Field
Fathers & Sons1992Terry


The Rosie O'Donnell Show1996TV SeriesHerself

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Monk2009TV SeriesSharona Fleming


Nominated Awards

2015Maverick Movie AwardMaverick Movie AwardsBest Ensemble Acting: FeatureMoments of Clarity (2015)
2004Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or MusicalMonk (2002)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia


  1. Still enjoy watching her, she is one talented lady. Gotta run, am watching the Monk marathon
    today. Lots of good laughs!!!

  2. She is a riot on the Monk series, she is hilarious on Mr. Monk gets fired!
    When she rips off the commissioners hairpiece, you cannot stop laughing.
    Monk Marathon today means getting lots of laughs. Beating the winter

  3. Let’s say you were a good actor playing a lead in a popular series, and you became annoyed at the growing popularity of another cast member – would you support that actor’s demand for salary increase? Apparently, not supporting another actor was a good way to tamp down the competition. Just sayin..

  4. Tony was an executive producer on the show if he wanted to give her more money she would have gotten it, there is more to this than just money. I think she wanted a bigger role and more time on screen and she was fired for being obstinate and wanting what she wanted. She was good but Traylor has done a great job as her replacement and is less obtrusive.

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