Steven Hyde is the illegitimate son of William Barnett and Edna Hyde, stepson of Bud Hyde, and adoptive member of the Forman family.
"The usual risk factors like obesity and diabetes are much more important." Still, Fischer, who has not treated the actor, advises Mark to "have a stress test."Mark also was stunned in late September when his good friend, NCIS creator Gary Glasberg, died in his sleep in his L. "Mark was shaken to his core by Gary's untimely death," says an NCIS insider.In the first couple of episodes of the first season, Hyde was comparatively less intelligent than in later episodes and more "street smart".However, Hyde quickly falls into the role of the intelligent "tough guy".Now a shadow of his former buff self, the 65-year-old actor, who plays Navy Special Agent Jethro Gibbs, has also turned reclusive and rarely leaves his home, according to sources."Mark looks like he's wasted away! Iwouldn't be surprised if he's convinced he'll die soon from heart disease — just like his dad! Stuart Fischer, author of the Park Avenue Diet, says "genetics plays a small role in the prevalence of heart disease. "Now Mark's thinking about retirement.", will likely be the last for Mark, father of sons Sean, 28, and Ty, 24, with wife Pam Dawber, 65, who starred with Robin Williams on Mork & Mindy. He was struggling with a box marked 'Meet the Butchers' to give to a delivery driver. " Although the TV crime-buster's rep denies there is anything wrong with Mark's health or spirits, insiders say the star has reason to believe he'll die early like his famous sportscaster dad, Tom Harmon, who also was a college football star legend.