In December of 2008, her third daughter, Emery Hope was born.
Angie announced she is expecting her third child, this winter. (August 2008).
She is of Native American and German heritage on her father's side and of Greek heritage on her mother's side.
She was once pulled over by a police officer for a "rolling stop" violation. When asked to step out of the vehicle, she responded, "No." The officer asked why, and she told him that she had no pants on. He shined his flashlight in to see and responded, "Oh!" Her pants and blouse were in the trunk along with her driver's license, which the officer initially wanted to see. It turned out that before she got in the car she had accidentally sat on some fire ants and had to strip to her bra and panties to get them off her.
Angie did a series of magazine advertisements for Jones New York clothing.
While starring on Law and Order, Angie appeared in 2 of NBC's The More You Know public service announcements. Her topics were designated drivers and seat belts.
She appeared in the 1998 film Lawn Dogs.
She has the same birthday as Christofer Johnsson, Devon Aoki and Dilana Robichaux.
Angie Harmon did Neutrogena commericals.
Angie Harmon appeared on Oprah May 16, 2006 with her husband Jason Sehorn to show their favorite places in Dallas, Texas. Also both of their daughters Finley Faith and Avery Grace were seen on the show.
Angie Harmon is no relation to NCIS star Mark Harmon.
She could be said to have been discovered when she met David Hasselhoff on an airplane. He offered her an audition for his spinoff show Baywatch Nights, even though she had no acting experience.
Angie was a highly successful fashion model.
Angie's father, Larry Paul Harmon, and mother, Daphne Caravegeli, were both professional models.
Law and Order, starring Angie Harmon, was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series SAG award in 1999.
The cast of Law & Order was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award every year Angie was on the show (2000-2002).
Angie's husband, Jason Sehorn, is currently employed by Fox Sports Net (FSN) as a Sunday NFL pregame panelist.
In June of 2005, her second daughter, Avery Grace was born in Dallas.
Angie won a national cover girl contest run by Seventeen magazine when she was fifteen years old.
She addressed the Republican National Convention on August 30, 2004.
Her first child, daughter Finley Faith, was born in October of 2003.
Her current husband, Jason Sehorn, proposed to her during a taping of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, on March 13, 2000. Her father was also present. They got married on June 9, 2001.
Angie is 5' 10" tall.
She attended the same high school as former Law and Order: SVU star Stephanie March and E!'s Ted Casablanca.
Angie: I left Law and Order because I really honestly did want to do movies and did want to be a movie star since I was a little girl.
Angie: Here's kind of my motto - if you're not happy at home, you're not happy anywhere else.