What is the net worth and salary of Scott Bakula?
Scott Bakula is an American actor who has a net worth of $16 million. Scott Bakula is best known for his roles in the science fiction television series ‘Quantum Leap’ and ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’. He also starred in TNT’s Men of a Certain Age and had recurring roles on NBC’s Chuck and HBO’s Looking. Since 2014, he has played the role of the lead special agent in the CBS series “NCIS: New Orleans”.
The first start of life and the beginning of the career
Scott Bakula was born in 1954 in St. Louis, Missouri, as the son of Sally and Joseph. He is of partial Czech descent and has two younger siblings: a brother and a sister. Bakula attended Jefferson College and then the University of Kansas, but ended up leaving when I offered a role in a national tour of the musical “Godspell.”
In 1976, Bakula moved to New York, where he later made his Broadway debut in the musical Marilyn: An American Fable, portraying baseball legend Joe DiMaggio. He also appeared in the off-Broadway production of Three Guys Naked from the Waist Down, which garnered him a lot of attention. He was next in Nightclub Confidential, in which he starred alongside his wife. When the production moved to Los Angeles, Bakula and his wife joined her.
Television and the “Quantum Leap”
Following his move to LA, Bakula was cast in a pair of short-lived television sitcoms: ABC’s “Gung Ho” and CBS’ “Eisenhower & Lutz.” Meanwhile, she also appeared in five episodes of ‘Designing Women’ and two episodes of ‘Matlock’. Bakula’s breakthrough came in 1989 when he was cast opposite Dean Stockwell in the NBC science fiction series “Quantum Leap.” The actor played Dr. Sam Beckett, a time traveler who takes advantage of a malfunction in his time machine to correct things in the past that went wrong. The show, which ran until 1993, earned Bakula four Emmy Award nominations and a Golden Globe Award, and made him a favorite with television audiences around the world.
Good luck on TV
Bakula went on to take on many roles in TV series and television films. In 1993, he starred in the television movie “Mercy Mission: the Rescue of Flight 771,” based on the true events surrounding the rescue of a Cessna 188 pilot. He later appeared in 13 episodes of the CBS sitcom “Murphy Brown” and starred opposite Rosanna Arquette in “Nowhere to Hide”. Other ’90s credits included the alien conspiracy miniseries “The Invaders,” the short-lived crime series “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” and the science fiction drama “NetForce”.
In the early 2000s, following a string of television films including “In the Name of the People,” “Papa’s Angels” and “Late Boomers,” Bakula was cast in the lead role of Captain Jonathan Archer on “Star Trek: Enterprise, ” which ran from 2001 to 2005. The actor later appeared in a wide range of other television productions, from “The New Adventures of Old Christine” to “Boston Legal,” “Chuck,” ” Desperate Housewives” and “Behind” by Steven Soderbergh. the chandelier”. Some of his later highlights came with Men of a Certain Age, starring Ray Romano and Mike Royce, and the theme comedy/drama. HBO’s LGBT “Looking,” in which he had a recurring role. In 2014, Bakula was cast in the lead role of Special Agent Dwayne Pride on CBS.
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Bakula made his big screen debut in Carl Reiner’s 1990 dark comedy Sibling Rivalry. Subsequent films included Necessary Roughness, A Passion to Kill, Lord of Illusions and the comedy sequel Major League: Back to the Minors, in which he portrayed a baseball veteran. In 1999, Bakula had a small role in the Academy Award-winning Best Picture film American Beauty, starring Kevin Spacey and Annette Bening. In the 2000s and 2010s, he appeared in films such as “Life as a House”; crime comedy with Matt Damon, “The Informant!”; the psychological thriller “Enter the Dangerous Mind”; comedy/drama “Elsa & Fred,” starring Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer; and “Basmati Blues,” a romantic comedy musical starring Brie Larson,
Later stage roles
While appearing in films and television, Bakula continued to take on stage roles. From 1987 to 1988, he starred in the original off-Broadway production of “Romance/Romance,” for which he earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical. In 2006, he starred in the musical “Shenandoah” at Ford’s Theater in Washington, DC; the same production launched his theater career in 1976. He later did a one-night-only show on January 18, 2008 to help restore Ford’s Theatre. Other theater credits included the musical “Dancing in the Dark,” performed at The Old Globe in San Diego, California, and the musical drama “No Strings,” written by the late Richard Rodgers.
In 1981, Bakula married Krista Neumann, with whom he had two children. The pair divorced in 1995. Later, in 1999, Bakula married actress Chelsea Field; they have two children.
After rarely being home during the filming of “Quantum Leap,” Bacula decided to prioritize his families while filming subsequent projects. As a result, he wrote into his “Star Trek: Enterprise” contract that filming be done by 6:00 p.m. every Wednesday so he could be home for dinner with his family. During the production of “NCIS: New Orleans”, he made sure to return home to Los Angeles every weekend to be with his wife.