Scott Bakula is an actor and director from the United States of America whose most famous science fiction TV series appearances Quantum Leap, and Star Trek: Enterprise. Scott has also been appearing in the action police procedural TV series NCIS, and NCIS: New Orleans which he also produced some of its episodes. Keep reading to know more about Scott Bakula’s net worth in 2019.
Scott Stewart Bakula was born on October 9, 1954, in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. His father, Stewart J. Bakula was a lawyer, and his mother is Sally Bakula. He finished studying from Jefferson College, then went to the University of Kansas but dropped out.
Scott Bakula’s first marriage was in 1981 to the actress Krista Neumann, and they got divorced in 1995. Scott and Krista are the parents of 1 daughter and 1 son, actress Chelsy Bakula and Cody Bakula.
Since 2009, Scott has been married to the actress Chelsea Field, and they are the parents of 2 sons, Wil Bakula and Owen Bakula.
Scott Bakula first appearances were in theatrical performances including Marilyn: An American Fable and Three Guys Naked from the Waist Down. He started appearing on TV films and series in the 1980s, he appeared in series including Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color, My Sister Sam, CBS Summer Playhouse and Matlock, while his film appearance during that time was in The Last Fling. At that time, he also had a major role in a comedy series called Gung Ho and Eisenhower & Lutz, followed by the science fiction series Quantum Leap.
Scott Bakula 1990s series next to Quantum Leap include the comedy series Murphy Brown, science fiction series The Invaders, action crime series Mr. & Mrs. Smith, comedy series Dream On and others. He also appeared on TV films during that time including drama thriller Nowhere to Hide, mystery thriller Color of Night, drama thriller A Passion to Kill, drama My Family, sports thriller Mean Streak, and science fiction NetForce.
Scott Bakula 2000 plus series appearances include Star Trek: Enterprise, State of the Union, Chuck, Men of a Certain Age, Family Guy, Desperate Housewives, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Looking, NCIS, and NCIS: New Orleans. His 2000 plus film appearances include In the Name of the People, Luminarias, Life as a House, What Girls Learn, Blue Smoke, The Informant!, Source Code, Enter the Dangerous Mind, Geography Club, Summertime and others.
Scott Bakula was one of the executive producers for Mr. & Mrs. Smith series, and has been producing some episodes of the NCIS: New Orleans series.
Scott Bakula 2017 film appearance is in a musical film called Basmati Blues, while his 2017 series appearances are in NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Awards & Achievements
Scott Bakula has been receiving a lot of award winnings and nominations for his tremendous work. His award winnings include Viewers for Quality Television for Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series (Quantum Leap, 1990, 1991, 1992 & 1993), Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama (Quantum Leap), and Viewers for Quality Television for Best Specialty Player (Murphy Brown).
Net Worth of Scott Bakula
Scott Bakula has an estimated net worth of $12 million. His fortune comes from his work in the TV industry as an actor, producer, and director. Scott Bakula salary with the NCIS: New Orleans series is $120 thousand per episode. His house in California has an estimated value of $1.5 million. Scott Bakula 2017 film appearance is in a musical film called Basmati Blues, while his 2017 series appearances are in NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Scott Bakula is one of the highest paid actors in the TV industry. He’s been appearing in the famous the action police procedural series NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans. His 2017 film appearance is in a musical film called Basmati Blues. Scott Bakula is currently married to the actress Chelsea Field, and they have 2 sons.