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Born: October 9, 1954 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: St. Louis, Missouri, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Began performing as a child
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Played the lead roles in his high school productions of "Godspell" and "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
1976:
Moved to New York City
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Cast in a dinner theater production of "Shenandoah" in North Carolina
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Appeared in Off-Off Broadway and Off-Broadway musical revues
1983:
Made Broadway debut as Joe DiMaggio in the stage musical, "Marilyn: An American Fable"
1985:
Played a stand-up comedian in the acclaimed Off-Broadway musical, "3 Guys Naked from the Waist Down"
1986:
Moved to Los Angeles
1986:
Made TV-movie debut in "I-Man" (ABC)
1986:
Played the recurring role of Ted Shively, ex-husband of Annie Potts' Mary Jo, in the CBS sitcom "Designing Women"
1986:
First starring role in a series, the short-lived ABC sitcom, "Gung Ho"
1988:
Played an ambulance-chasing lawyer in the short-lived CBS sitcom, "Eisenhower & Lutz"
1988:
Returned to Broadway to play duel roles in "Romance/Romance"; earned a Tony nomination as Lead Actor in a Musical
1989:
Played time traveler Sam Beckett in the NBC series, "Quantum Leap"; began directing episodes during the 1991-1992 season; earned three Golden Globe nominations and four Emmy nominations for Best Actor
1990:
Feature acting debut in Carl Reiner's "Sibling Rivalry," starring Kirstie Alley
1991:
First starring role in a feature, "Necessary Roughness"
1993:
Joined the cast of CBS' "Murphy Brown" as Peter Hunt, a rival reporter and love interest for Candice Bergen's title character
1994:
Acted in Richard Rush's disappointing "Color of Night," starring Bruce Willis
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Formed Bakula Productions
1995:
Starred in Clive Barker's horror film, "Lord of Illusions"
1996:
Executive produced and starred in the short-lived CBS drama, "Mr. and Mrs. Smith"
1996:
Served as executive producer and star of the CBS TV-movie, "The Bachelor's Baby"
1997:
Provided the speaking and singing voice of Danny the Cat in the animated feature, "Cats Don't Dance"
1998:
Played a former ball player hired as a minor league manager in the sequel, "Major League: Back to the Minors"
1999:
Had a featured role as a gay neighbor in Sam Mendes' "American Beauty"
1999:
Played the lead role in the ABC miniseries, "Tom Clancy's NetForce"
2000:
Played a death-row inmate in the CBS TV-movie, "In the Name of the People"
2000:
Starred in the first original movie from the Animal Planet network, "The Trial of Old Drum"
2001:
Had a supporting role in the film, "Life as a House," starring Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas
2001:
Played Captain Jonathan Archer in the UPN series, "Star Trek: Enterprise"
2008:
Appeared as Chris Fulbright in the Tracey Ullman sketch comedy series, "State of the Union," on Showtime
2009:
Had a recurring role on NBC's "Chuck" as Stephen Bartowski, the title character's long lost father
2009:
Played an FBI agent, opposite Matt Damon as ADM executive turned whistleblower Mark Whitacre, in "The Informant"
2009:
Co-starred with Ray Romano and Andre Braugher in TNT's "Men of a Certain Age"

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