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Today’s Morning Man: Scott Bakula!

Scott Bakula ages like fine wine.

The always in demand actor, so talented and so handsome, celebrated his 67th birthday on Saturday.

Today, we celebrate him.

His longest-running series NCIS: New Orleans came to an end last spring after seven seasons. He was also the star of two other hit shows: Quantum Leap which ran from 1989 to 1993 and Star Trek: Enterprise which ran from 2001-05. He also starred for two seasons on the series Men of a Certain Age (2009-2011).

Despite all that series success, some of Scott’s most memorable TV roles have been his memorable recurring characters on Designing Women, Murphy Brown, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Chuck and Looking.

The four-time Emmy winner has also starred on Broadway earning a Tony nod for Romance/Romance and has had many film roles including American Beauty, Geography Club, Major League: Back to the Minors, and Basmati Blues.


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4 Remarks

  1. He is an extremely handsome man. Love that he’s not afraid to play gay, quite convincingly!!

  2. Scott was great in Men of a Certain Age. He played one of three friends. The other actors were Andre Braugher and Ray Ramino. All were getting long in the tooth, according to society, and transitioning to the next phases of their lives. Scott played an actor who was not getting the roles because he was a little more mature. He was no longer young and pretty. Great show. Great character development. Speaking of the cast, it was great seeing Ray R. playing drama instead of 100% comedy. If you can find it, a great hidden gem of Ray R. was a movie called Paddleton. It’s a movie about Ray’s character being best friends to a guy who has terminal cancer and how they navigate the end result. A great understated movie about friendship and love. Great acting by Ray R.

  3. Scott is a FIVE time Emmy NOMINEE. He’s never won. Remember the sketch they did on the Emmys just this year about an “Emmy Never Win Support Group”? Fred Savage, Zoe Deschanel, Jason Alexander, Alison Hannigan, and Dr. Phil.

  4. Never can get enough of Scott Bakula!

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