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Bitty Schram Wiki/Biography
Elizabeth Natalie Schram was born on 17 July 1968, in Mountainside, New Jersey USA, and is an actress, best known for being part of the television series “Monk” playing the character Sharona Fleming. She’s also made many guest appearances on television, and all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Bitty Schram? As of mid-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $2.5 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting, – she’s been active in the industry since the early 1990s. She’s also appeared in numerous films over the course of her career, and as she continues her work, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Bitty Schram Net Worth $2.5 million
Bitty grew up having a passion for acting. She attended the University of Maryland and studied advertising design on a tennis scholarship, and after graduating decided to pursue a career in acting, pursuing roles on stage, while also looking for roles in film and television. She started to gain prominence when she took part in the film “A League of Their Own” which was directed by Penny Marshall, playing the character of Evelyn Gardner who was the Rockford Peaches’ right fielder; the film tells a fictionalized account of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL), with other actors including Tom Hanks, Madonna and Geena Davis. In 1993, Bitty then became a part of the Broadway production “Laughter on the 23rd Floor”, a play by Neil Simon which ran for two years.
In 2002, Schram joined the series “Monk” which is aired on the USA Network, playing a major role and acting opposite Tony Shalhoub. The mystery series focuses on the character Adrian Monk and is a police procedural series, which proved to be very successful and was the most watched show until the record was broken by “The Walking Dead”. However, during the third season, Schram was released and the network released a statement that they were heading in a different creative direction for their characters, although it was later reported that several of the supporting cast members of the show including Schram tried to renegotiate their contracts leading to her being released. Schram reprised her role in an episode of the final season in 2009.
Since leaving the show, Bitty has made guest appearances in other shows, such as “Thief” and “Ghost Whisperer”. She also continued to do film work, with some of her most notable roles including the film “A-List” and “Moments of Clarity” which starred Lyndsy Fonseca. Bitty was included in the Maverick Movie Awards nomination for Best Ensemble Acting for the film. She has also continued stage acting, appearing in the off-Broadway productions of “One Acts” and “Blackout”, and was also a part of the production “Slow Dance on the Killing Ground”.
For her personal life, there is no information regarding romantic relationships. It is known that Schram has four other siblings, and that her parents divorced when she was 10 years old.
|Full Name||Bitty Schram|
|Net Worth||$2.5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 17, 1968|
|Place Of Birth||New York City, New York, United States|
|Education||University of Maryland, College Park|
|Nicknames||Elizabeth Natalie Schram , Elizabeth Natalie "Bitty" Schram , Bitty Schramm|
|Nominations||Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy|
|Movies||Monk, A League of Their Own, The Pallbearer, Cleopatra’s Second Husband, Moments of Clarity, One Fine Day, Kissing a Fool, Chasers, Marvin's Room, The Sure Hand of God, Fathers & Sons, My Family Treasure, Caught, You've Got a Friend|
|1||Born on the 13 year anniversary of the opening of Disneyland.|
|2||She 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!"|
|3||She 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.|
|4||Attended the University of Maryland|
|Moments of Clarity||2015||Officer Lori|
|Monk||2002-2009||TV Series||Sharona Fleming|
|Ghost Whisperer||2009||TV Series||Jody|
|You've Got a Friend||2007||TV Movie||Miss Jackie Nelson|
|Thief||2006||TV Mini-Series||Lila Granville|
|Kitchen Confidential||2005||TV Series||Reese Ryder|
|The Sure Hand of God||2004||Christine Bigbee|
|Strong Medicine||2001||TV Series||Juno Bouvoir|
|Good vs Evil||1999||TV Series||Ani|
|Cleopatra's Second Husband||1998||Hallie Marrs|
|Kissing a Fool||1998||Vicki Pelam|
|One Fine Day||1996||Marla|
|Marvin's Room||1996||Janine (as Bitty Schramm)|
|Long Island Fever||1995||TV Movie||Penny|
|My Family Treasure||1993||Young Alexandra|
|The Night We Never Met||1993||Pharmacy Clerk|
|A League of Their Own||1992||Evelyn Gardner - Right Field|
|Fathers & Sons||1992||Terry|
|The Rosie O'Donnell Show||1996||TV Series||Herself|
|Monk||2009||TV Series||Sharona Fleming|
|2015||Maverick Movie Award||Maverick Movie Awards||Best Ensemble Acting: Feature||Moments of Clarity (2015)|
|2004||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||Monk (2002)|