Scott Bakula Shirtless and Underwear Photos. Can anyone tell us the back story for the Scott Bakula underwear photo above? Is he posing for an underwear print advertisement? You’d think he is based on the way he is posing. On the other hand, would an advertisement hide the label of the product as Scott seem to be doing here?
Chances are, Scott is posing for a magazine editorial. This is not the first time he did so in his undies as you can see in the next photo below from his Detour Magazine photoshoot.
Apparently, back in the 1990s, our Scott also posed for Playgirl Magazine. He is a cover boy too.
Chest hair is sexy, you silly millenials!
Wise words from Scott: To me, sexuality is a very individual thing. That’s what makes the world go round.
Screencap of Scott wearing blue briefs underwear from the TV show, Star Trek: Enterprise where he played the role of Captain Jonathan Archer.
Is Scott Bakula Gay or Straight? He is straight and married to actress Chelsea Field. The couple have two sons, Wil and Owen.
Even though he is as straight as they come, Scott has no problem playing gay roles as he does in the HBO series, Looking. Here’s Scott making out with co-star Murray Bartlett.
Apparently, he also played a gay dude in the TV-movie, Behind the Candelabra, as well as a gay cadet in an episode of his TV show, Quantum Leap.
Oh, by the way, he doesn’t mind if you guys have a crush on him. From his interview on Out Magazine:
You know, we interviewed and photographed Cheyenne Jackson last year for our Out100 issue, and when we talked to him, he mentioned that he realized he was gay when he first saw Quantum Leap and developed a crush on you. I have to say, I was a young guy at the time too, and I had a similar response. Do you get that a lot? That you have gay men who have admired you for many different reasons over the years and now that you have played these gay characters after all these years?
You know, I have all kinds of fans. I’ve certainly had a lot of gay fans over the years. I welcome that, and I’m grateful for the kind of career I’ve had that I’ve been able to do a lot of different things and reach a lot of different communities. As actors, that’s our great hope, that we’re universal and that we can move freely and easily and be accepted. It doesn’t work that way for everyone, and I’m appreciative of that. Certainly because of Candelabra and because of Looking, there’s a more honest acknowledgement from the gay community now. When young men pass me on the street now, they’ll say, “Hey, I really like you in Looking.” Whereas, they might not have said that in the past. By saying it, they are acknowledging, I’m a young gay man and I appreciate the work you’re doing. I think that’s great, there’s an honesty and openness there that they feel comfortable to share that with me.
That’s it for now fellow CelebrityDaddyWatchers!