Margo Harshman is already far from her Even Stevens persona as she took on more mature roles such as the Sorority Row. At 34 years old, Margo looked hot in her recent NCIS appearance, even with that wheelchair.
Although the sexy actress has a shorter roster of roles on movies and TV, she still proves her talent in acting is a win with her nominations at the Young Artist Awards and ShoWest. To see more of Margo Harshman, check out our gallery of photos on her.
Margo Cathleen Harshman was born with a talent in the performing arts. She was born on March 4, 1986, and at the age of two, her grandmother made her join a beauty pageant. Margo and her two other siblings enjoyed their childhood in San Diego, California. When she was three years old, she enjoyed dance and gymnastics and started acting eight years old.
Although Margo got some acting projects at an early age, she did not have an official debut until her appearance in The Elf Who Did not Believe in 1997. She did not have any projects after the movie for two years. But her most significant break was on the Disney Channel series, Even Stevens, in 2000. Margo played the character, Tawny Dean, along with Shia LaBeouf, who played her best friend and boyfriend.
Harshman appeared in a total of 47 episodes of the series, from 2000 to 2003. Her character in the series was a loner and outsider girl who later met Louis and became his best friend. She then reprised her role in the TV movie of Even Stevens in 2003.
After her appearance in Even Stevens, Harshman got a lead role on the sitcom, Run of the House in 2003. But the TV series got canceled in the sixteenth episode on May 7, 2004. Margo later had guest roles on several TV series, like Everwood, Grey’s Anatomy, and House. She guest-starred from 2004 to 2012.
Along with her TV appearances, Margo starred in a slasher film, Simon Says in 2006. She showed off her bikini body in the film, accentuating her sexy physique but not her boobs and ass. She also starred in the thriller film Rise: Blood Hunter.
Margo also starred in another slasher movie called Sorority Row in 2009 and the comedy teen movie, Fired Up. In 2012, Margo guest-starred in the TV series, Bent as the character, Screwsie. She appeared in six episodes before her cast in the famous comedy sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.
Margo’s last movie appearance was in 2016 in Love on the Vines. The movie aired on Hallmark Channel as part of the Hallmark TV movies. Margo did not have other movie opportunities after that, but she continued to get TV roles.
Her latest TV appearance was on NCIS as Delilah Fielding. Her character was an analyst who was in a wheelchair.