Bitty Schram

Bitty Schram

Highest Rated: 80% A League of Their Own (1992)

Lowest Rated: 29% Kissing a Fool (1998)

Birthday: Jul 17, 1968

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

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 of a "Star Search" reject in erotic thriller "Caught" (1996) and bride-to-be Lauren in romantic comedy flop "The Pallbearer" (1996). Bit parts in family drama "Marvin's Room" (1996), George Clooney's box-office hit "One Fine Day" (1996) and a David Schwimmer vehicle, "Kissing A Fool" (1998), then followed before Schram took the lead as the domineering Hallie Marrs in the creepy psychological thriller "Cleopatra's Second Husband" (1998). Schram's big break arrived in 2002 when she was cast as the unlucky-in-love practical nurse-turned-detective assistant in the light-hearted police procedural series "Monk" (USA Network, 2002-09). The character gradually became a fan favorite and Schram even earned a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in 2004 but halfway through the show's third season, she was replaced by Traylor Howard over a contract dispute. Along with continuing work as a guest actress on various television series, Schram appeared in the Hollywood satire "A-List" (2006) and TV movie "You've Got A Friend" (2007) before reprising her best-loved role in the "Mr. Monk and Sharona" episode of the show's eighth and final season.

Highest rated movies

A League of Their Own
One Fine Day
Cleopatra's Second Husband
The Pallbearer
Moments of Clarity
Kissing a Fool




40% 60% Moments of Clarity Officer Lori (Character) - 2015
No Score Yet 50% You've Got a Friend Miss Nelson (Character) - 2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Sure Hand of God Christine Bigbee (Character) - 2004
52% 12% Cleopatra's Second Husband Hallie Marrs (Character) $221.4K 1998
29% 45% Kissing a Fool Vicki Pelam (Character) $4.0M 1998
77% 69% Caught Amy (Character) $361.1K 1996
53% 66% One Fine Day Marla (Character) $46.1M 1996
48% 18% The Pallbearer Lauren (Character) $5.7M 1996
33% 21% Chasers Flo (Character) $1.3M 1994
No Score Yet No Score Yet My Family Treasure Young Alexandra (Character) - 1993
80% 84% A League of Their Own Evelyn Gardner (Character) $105.1M 1992
No Score Yet 20% Fathers and Sons Terry (Character) - 1992


91% 89% Monk Sharona Fleming (Character),
Unknown (Guest Star)
2002-2004 2009
No Score Yet 86% Ghost Whisperer Unknown (Guest Star) 2009