Brad Bakula is the younger brother of American actor Scott Bakula. He was born in St Louis, Missouri, to J. Stewart Bakula and Sally Zumwinkel. Brad Bakula’s father was a lawyer and the family’s breadwinner; he has two siblings, an older brother named Scott Bakula and a sister named Linda Bakula.

Education and Profession

Little is known about Brad Bakula’s schools, but given his brother went to Kirkwood High Schoo, he probably studied in the same school. Besides, his father was a lawyer, and he ensured that all his children went to school. After high school, Brad Bakula joined college, where he studied law.

Brad Bakula is a lawyer; upon completing college, he started practicing law in St. Louis, Missouri, where he is based. He deals with family law, divorce, business law, child custody, personal injury, commercial litigation, real estate, and grandparents’ rights. Brad has dealt with many cases and is loved for how he handles cases.

Personal Life

Regarding his personal life, Brad Bakula has been secretive; he has mentioned his family. However he is married and has children and probably grandchildren, but he has yet to reveal his wife’s name or the number of children.

His Brother

Brad Bakula’s brother studied at the University of Kansas when he dropped out to pursue an acting career. He moved to New York City, where he started appearing in Broadway plays. Brad’s brother appeared as Joe DiMaggio in the musical Marilyn: An American Fable. His other theatre projects include Terrible Advice, No Strings, The Baker’s Wife, and Is There Life After High School?

On television, Brad’s brother debuted in 1986 as Peter Strickland in an episode of My Sister Sam. He played Hunt Stevenson in the sitcom Gung Ho. From 1989 to 1993, Scott Bakula portrayed Sam Beckett in Quantum Leap and directed some of the show’s episodes.

Brad’s brother’s other notable works on television include Mr & Mrs. Smith, where he starred as Mr. Smith. He portrayed Jonathan Archer in Star Trek: Enterprise. Scott has played minor roles in Brothers Take New Orleans, The Ticket, A Girl Thing, and Dream On.

Scott made his film debut in 1990, appearing as Harry Turner in Sibling Rivalry. In 2009, he played FBI Agent Brian Shepard in the crime film The Informant. His other film projects include Life as a House, Source Code, The Captains, Enter the Dangerous Mind, and A Passion to Kill. Brad Bakula’s brother has received several accolades; he won five Viewers for Quality Television Awards for his role in Quantum Leap.

Net Worth and Social Media

Since Brad Bakula has worked as an attorney for many years, he must have earned good money. However, he has not revealed his net worth. On the other hand, his brother, an actor, and producer, has a net worth of approximately 16 million.

Brad Bakula prefers to live a private life, hence is not active on social media platforms. However, his brother is on Instagram but rarely posts about his family, including his brother Brad Bakula.