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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.Returning briefly to episodic television in 1987, Harmon had a limited engagement on the series Moonlighting, playing Cybill Shepherd's love interest Sam Crawford for four episodes.
In 1978, he appeared in three episodes of the mini-series, Centennial, as Captain John Mac Intosh, an honorable Union cavalry officer.
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.
Robert Caldwell on the prestigious NBC Emmy-winning series St. Harmon appeared in the show for almost three seasons before leaving in early 1986 when his character contracted HIV through unprotected intercourse, one of the first instances where a major recurring television character contracted the virus (the character's subsequent off-screen death from AIDS would be mentioned two years later).
In the mid-1980s, Harmon also became the spokesperson for Coors Regular beer, appearing in television commercials for them. Elsewhere in February, he played the lead in the TV movies Prince of Bel Air, co-starring with Kirstie Alley, and The Deliberate Stranger, in which he portrayed the real-life law student turned cross-country serial killer Ted Bundy.
Several productions of Love Letters provided him the opportunity to play alongside his wife Pam Dawber.
Harmon is the son of football star Tom Harmon and actress Elyse Knox.Despite initially good ratings, the series was canceled after two seasons.Following its cancellation, he landed the role of Dr.At the Cast Theatre in Los Angeles he performed in Wrestlers and The Wager.In the late eighties he was part of the cast of the Canadian premier of Key Exchange.During the mid to late 1970s, Harmon made guest appearances on TV series' such as Laverne & Shirley, Delvecchio, The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries and had supporting roles in the feature films Comes a Horseman (1978) and Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979).