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Bitty Schram - Overview

Date of Birth: Jul 17, 1968    
Place of Birth: Mountainside, New Jersey, United States
Nationality: United States
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Actress Bitty Schram first attracted attention as the teary-eyed right fielder in "A League Of Their Own" (1992) but landed her most notable role a decade later when she played Tony Shalhoub's feisty sidekick, Sharona Fleming, in the first three seasons of "Monk" (USA Network 2002-09). Born in New York in 1968, Schram attended the University of Maryland on a tennis scholarship, where she studied for a degree in advertising design, before making her on-screen debut as Terry in Paul Mones' crime drama "Fathers & Sons" (1992). In the same year, she was reminded by Tom Hanks that "there's no crying in baseball!" when she played Rockford Peaches' Evelyn Gardner in the comedy-drama "A League Of Their Own" (1992). She subsequently appeared as a pharmacy clerk in the quietly charming romance "The Night We Never Met" (1993). After playing the younger version of Dee Wallace's treasure hunter in the Russian-based children's adventure "My Family Treasure" (1993), Schram was cast as waitress Flo in Dennis Hopper's final big-screen directorial effort "Chasers" (1994), the wife ... Read More
Appeared in two episodes of FX's crime drama "Thief" as an art gallery owner
Earns Golden Globe nomination for role of Sharona Fleming in "Monk" (USA Network, 2002-09)
Earns Golden Globe nomination for role of Sharona Fleming in "Monk" (USA Network, 2002-09)
2002 - 2004
Cast as Sharona Fleming in the USA Original Series "Monk"; earned Golden Globe nomination in 2004 for her role; left the show after two seasons
Guest starred as Rita on a few episode of "Felicity"
Acted in "Kissing a Fool," which starred David Schwimmer, Jason Lee and Mili Avital
Plays Hallie Marrs in "Cleopatra's Second Husband"