Appeared as Chris Fulbright in the Tracey Ullman sketch comedy series "State of the Union," on Showtime
First starring role in a feature, "Necessary Roughness"
Had a featured role as a gay neighbor in Sam Mendes' "American Beauty"
Had a recurring role on NBC's "Chuck" as Stephen Bartowski, the title character's long lost father
Played a death-row inmate in the CBS TV-movie, "In the Name of the People"
Played an ambulance-chasing lawyer in the short-lived CBS sitcom, "Eisenhower & Lutz"
Played an FBI agent, opposite Matt Damon as ADM executive turned whistleblower Mark Whitacre, in "The Informant"
Played the lead role in the ABC miniseries, "Tom Clancy's NetForce"
Returned to Broadway to play duel roles in "Romance/Romance"; earned a Tony nomination as Lead Actor in a Musical
Starred in Clive Barker's horror film, "Lord of Illusions"
Executive produced and starred in the short-lived CBS drama, "Mr. and Mrs. Smith"
Formed Bakula Productions
Had a supporting role in the film, "Life as a House," starring Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas
Provided the speaking and singing voice of Danny the Cat in the animated feature, "Cats Don't Dance"
Starred in the first original movie from the Animal Planet network, "The Trial of Old Drum"
Acted in Richard Rush's disappointing "Color of Night," starring Bruce Willis
Feature acting debut in Carl Reiner's "Sibling Rivalry," starring Kirstie Alley
Played a former ball player hired as a minor league manager in the sequel, "Major League: Back to the Minors"
Served as executive producer and star of the CBS TV-movie, "The Bachelor's Baby"
Joined the cast of CBS' "Murphy Brown" as Peter Hunt, a rival reporter and love interest for Candice Bergen's title character
Played a stand-up comedian in the acclaimed Off-Broadway musical, "3 Guys Naked from the Waist Down"
Played Captain Jonathan Archer on the UPN series, "Star Trek: Enterprise"
Played the recurring role of Ted Shively, ex-husband of Annie Potts' Mary Jo, in the CBS sitcom "Designing Women"
Co-starred with Ray Romano and Andre Braugher in TNT's "Men of a Certain Age"
Had his first starring role in a series on the short-lived ABC sitcom, "Gung Ho"
Made his Broadway debut as Joe DiMaggio in the stage musical, "Marilyn: An American Fable"
Made his TV-movie debut in "I-Man" (ABC)
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
Had the recurring role of Trip Weston on "Desperate Housewives"
Had a featured role on comedy drama "Looking"
Co-starred as Dwayne Pride on "NCIS: New Orleans"; the character was featured on several episodes of "NCIS" as well
Played Eric in India-set romantic comedy "Basmati Blues"