Sharon Kristin Nelson was an American primitive painter, author and actress, also noted as the daughter of American football star Tom Harmon, and for her marriages with famous American actor, musician, singer-songwriter Ricky Nelson and American television producer and director Mark Tinker. She thrived in creating a niche with her brightly coloured painting that were conceived without perspective and included several figures. Her paintings found favour with many celebrities like Jacqueline Kennedy and Mia Farrow. Two of her noted paintings are The Day He Died and When the Kennedys Were in the White House. The latter was purchased by Kennedy. The coffee-table-sized autobiography of Kristin, Out of My Mind, includes her paintings that are supplemented with diary entries and poems and document her life story. Her acting pursuits, include starring in the television sitcom The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet and the comedy film Love and Kisses with her first husband, Ricky, and featuring in other on-screen works, including the series Adam-12 and films The Resurrection of Broncho Billy and Liar's Moon.