Known from movies
|Date of birth||July 17, 1968|
|Fact||Born on the 13th anniversary of Disneyland’s opening.|
Who is Bitty Schram? Wiki bio
Elizabeth Natalie ‘Bitty’ Schram was born in Mountainside, New Jersey USA, on July 17, 1968, so her zodiac sign is Cancer and she is an American national. She is an actress who gained recognition by playing Sharon Fleming in the series “Monk”.
Youth and education
Bitty was raised next to her sibling in Mountainside by their father, who was a tennis player and their mother who was a banker; the two divorced when Bitty was 10. She grew up wanting to be an actress, watch movies and TV series with her parents, but after enrolling in a local high school, Bitty started playing tennis and excelling in winning competitions organized in New Jersey.
At the same time, she was a member of the school’s drama club and acted in most of the plays performed there.
At entrance exam, Bitty received an offer from the University of Maryland to study there for free if she would play for their tennis team. She continued to work on her acting skills there and graduated in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree.
Roles in movies
Bitty worked several jobs to support herself financially, before making her screen debut as Terry in the crime drama “Fathers & Sons” in 1992, followed by her roles in “A League of Their Own”, “The Night We Never Met”, and “My family treasure”.
She gained recognition in 1994 when she played Flo in the comedy movie “Chasers” followed by her starring role in the movie “Full Cycle”.
Bitty was acclaimed for her portrayal of Amy in the 1996 erotic thriller film “Caught” starring Edward James Olmos, Arie Verveen and Maria Conchita, which follows a married woman’s affair with a man who has just moved to her town. had moved. In the same year, Bitty appeared in “The Pallbearer”, “Marvin’s Room” and “One Fine Day”, but her next notable appearance was in the romantic comedy film “Kissing a Fool” in 1998, starring David Schwimmer (star of the sitcom “Friends”), Mili Avital and Jason Lee, and which follows a man who convinces his best friend to try to seduce his fiancée.
She next appeared in “Cleopatra’s Second Husband” in 1998, “The Tag” in 2001 and “Unconditional Love” in 2002. Some of Bitty’s later appearances in movies were in “The Sure Hand of God” in 2004, “A-List’ in 2006, and “Moments of Clarity” in 2016, for which she was jointly nominated for a Maverick Movie Award for Best Ensemble Acting. She also starred in several Broadway plays, including “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” which turned out to be a hit while also appearing in many off-Broadway plays such as ‘Blackout’ and ‘Slow Dance on the Killing.’ Ground” among others.
Roles in TV series
Bitty made her TV series debut in “Long Island Forever” in 1995, before being cast to play Ani in the episode “Gee Your Hair Smells Evil” in the supernatural comedy series “G vs E” in 1999.
She appeared in some episodes of “Strong Medicine” and “Roswell”, before being invited to act as Rita in three episodes of the drama series “Felicity” in 2001 and 2002.
Bitty rose to worldwide fame after she began playing Sharona Fleming in the comedy drama detective series “Monk”, starring Tony Shalhoub as Andrian Monk, as well as Jason Gray-Stanford and Ted Levine, and which follows a San Francisco detective suffering from to obsessive-compulsive disorder. Bitty shot for the series from 2002 to 2009 and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Comedy or Musical).
In 2005, she appeared in the “Exile on Main Street” episode of the sitcom “Kitchen Confidential”, while other TV series appearances included “Thief” in 2006 and “Ghost Whisperer” in 2009.
Love life and relationships
There are many rumors circulating on the internet about Bitty’s sexual orientation and whether or not she is a married woman. She keeps the details of her personal life to herself since she started acting, but it is believed that she had an affair with Tony Shalhoub next to whom she starred in the series “Monk”. Tony married his wife Brooke Adams in 1992 long before he was linked to Bitty, and while many people still believe that Tony and Bitty had an affair, they have both denied the rumors.
Tony is still married to Brooke and they have two children together. There are also rumors that Bitty is a lesbian, and that she was seen as too close to a woman, while other rumors claim that she married her college sweetheart sometime in 2016, but keeps her husband out of the spotlight. Bitty currently appears to be single, is not married and has no children.
Hobbies and other interests
Bitty likes to read in her spare time, and two of her favorite writers are JK Rowling and Agatha Christie, while her favorite books are “The Lord of the Rings”, “Harry Potter” and “Murder on the Orient Express”.
She has her own favorites when it comes to actors and actresses, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, and Meryl Streep, while some of her favorite movies include “Inception,” “Shutter Island,” and “The Devil Wears Prada.” Bitty was enthusiastic about sports in her twenties and thirties, and had two to four training sessions a week at the gym, while also playing tennis and table tennis, but she no longer goes to the gym, but still plays and then tennis.
She is an animal lover, and her favorites are horses and dogs.
Bitty’s main hobby is travelling, and she has been all over the US, mainly for work, but has visited several countries in Europe for pleasure, such as Switzerland, England and France, while her dream travel destination is Venice in Italy.
Appearance and power
Bitty is 51 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 1.64 m tall and weighs about 58 kg.
As of April 2020, her ability is estimated at over $2.5 million.
|First and last name||Bitty Schram|
|Date of birth||July 17, 1968|
|Movies||Moments of Clarity, Cleopatra’s Second Husband, Marvin’s Room, The Coffin Bearer, Captured, Hunters, A Class of Their Own|
|1||Born on the 13th anniversary of Disneyland’s opening.|
|2||She is best known for her film debut role in A League of Their Own (1992) as Evelyn Gardner, the tearful right fielder who was told by Tom Hanks that “there’s no crying in baseball!”|
|3||An accomplished stage actress, she 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.|
|4||Studied at the University of Maryland|
|Moments of clarity||2015||Officer Lori|
|Monk||2002-2009||TV serials||Sharona Fleming|
|Ghost Whisperer||2009||TV serials||Jodie|
|You have a friend||2007||TV movie||Miss Jackie Nelson|
|Thief||2006||TV Miniseries||Lilac Granville|
|Kitchen confidential||2005||TV serials||Reese Ryder|
|The sure hand of God||2004||Christine Bigbee|
|Strong medicine||2001||TV serials||Juno Bouvoir|
|Good against evil||1999||TV serials||Ani|
|Cleopatra’s second husband||1998||Hallie Marrs|
|Kissing a fool||1998||Vicky Pelam|
|A nice day||1996||Marla|
|Marvin’s room||1996||Janine (as Bitty Schramm)|
|Long Island fever||1995||TV movie||Cent|
|My family treasure||1993||Young Alexandra|
|The night we never met||1993||pharmacy assistant|
|A competition of its own||1992||Evelyn Gardner – Right field|
|Fathers & Sons||1992||terry|
|The Rosie O’Donnell Show||1996||TV serials||herself|
|2015||Maverick Film Award||Maverick Movie Awards||Best Ensemble Acting: Feature Film||Moments of Clarity (2015)|
|2004||golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical||Monk (2002)|