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The pages linked below contain interviews with Scott in various formats -- print, audio, video, letters, online chats with fans.
Dramalogue Interview, Chelsea Field 1995/6 -- added September 17, 2003
Mark and Brian Radio Interview Sept 26, 2001 -- added August 18, 2003
Star Trek Monthly
#?, 2003 -- added May
Starlog #153, April
1990 -- added March 29, 2003
Starlog #153, April 1990 -- added March 29, 2003
Entertainment Weekly, March 29, 1991 -- added March 29, 2003
The Toronto Sun, June 10, 1990 -- added March 29, 2003
Kansas Alumni Magazine, Spring 1991 -- added March 29, 2003
Starweek, Nov. 1989 -- added February 8, 2003
American Fitness 1992 -- added January 29, 2003
US Article, 1989 -- added January 27, 2003
TV Guide Article, 1989 -- added January 21, 2003
The Playgirl Interviews -- updated January 19, 2003
The Fitness Articles -- added May 29, 2002
Radio Interview 11/30/200 WPLT, Detroit -- transcript
Other Enterprise Era Interviews
Quantum Quest Interview tape
Scott Interview in Real Video
Here is an interview circa Trial of Old Drum (link corrected Jan. 20, 2001)
thanks to Diana
Old Letter from Scott
A conversation with a friend today reminded me of this letter from Scott to the fans, so I dredged it out of my archives to share.
Log of Scott chat
- February 1, 2000
This is a cleaned-up and color coded log of last night's chat. February 1, at the Palace.
thanks to Gianna
Transcript of Women 2 Women interview 2/8/2000
Becky's transcript of the interview.
thanks to Becky
Sciography Scott Interview Transcript - August 2000
Scifi.com has a complete (? at least much longer) transcript of Scott's interview with them for Sciography
Thanks to Emma
IndyLeap 2000 Q&A with Scott
Helene has transcribed very nearly the whole thing. Check the QLIK message board for Helene's transcript (now showing on the QLIK for 10 days only)
Many thanks to Helene! (from those of us in the hinterlands)
but I happened to run across it on a cross-link... Karen Funk Blocher's bio of Scott (as of 1997)
Quote from Scott in Australian mag. Apr-4- 2000
Here is a little quote from Scott that was in The Who Weekly, an Australian publication. Scott attended the Dreamworks Oscars party
"This is the place to be. I'm not going to do much of the town - the town will come here"
Thanks to Trudy
Scott quote from Oscar Party
Scott was present at the DreamWorks Oscar party where he was quoted as saying:
"How could you not want to be a part of this night?'' said actor Scott Bakula, who played Spacey's gay neighbor in the Oscar-winning movie.
Thanks to those who posted this on the QLIK board and to Anita
Quote from Scott - March 2000
'Scott Bakula lamented that his lone gay love scene in American Beauty got cut. "My lover and I were cuddling," Bakula said, movie-star handsome in his beefy tux. "And it was the point that sent Chris Cooper over the edge." As if Cooper's murderous character needed any help going bonkers.'
Thanks to Emma, and to Diane who found this on E! online
Actually last night I located this old interview from the time of Major League Three that I believe no one has seen before. Scott notes that a lot of the relationship with Maggie ended up on the cutting room floor [darn!]
Two Scott Interviews -- Print -- July 8,
The latest issues of PQL fan club's Observer, and Quantum Quest, both feature interviews with Scott.
Click on the links above for info on membership
Scott Interview and Report
Barbara has been a busy bunny this month and found the following:
An interview apparently made for Major League Three, in Real Video
a report from Elizabeth on the taping of the Sci-Fi channel's QL marathon back in '96 (I found this last year and it never occurred to me to post it--sorry)
A few words from Scott
Here's a very brief excerpt from Marilyn Beck's column, with a few words from Scott
Caution--the barest of personal info is included, for those who'd prefer not to read such. It was published in a national newspaper, so I decided to include it.
From the Very Old News Department
September 30, 1988:
ONSTAGE Broadway News
Scott Bakula threw cast and crew a party at Miss Ruby's Cafe to celebrate the 100th performance of his Tony-nominated "Romance/Romance."
Thanks to Barbara : ) from those of us who can never get enough Scott [editorial note: if you have ever spent an afternoon with Scott fans and their videos, audiotapes, pictures and personal stories, you will only then realize the meaning of "enough Scott" : )]
Brief article from the Marilyn Beck/Stacy Jenel Smith column,
February 6, 2000
'Quantum Leap' Film Needs a Jump-Start
Scott Bakula reports that though it's been seven years since his "Quantum Leap" went off the air, its legion of fans still refuses to give up. "There was a big push by fans to get a 'Quantum Leap 2000' movie on because this is a leap year, but it didn't happen."
Bakula, who has a production deal with Paramount TV, is busy mounting a
miniseries at Showtime, a CBS telepic [was that ITNOTP?-nope it's Papa's
Angels], and a return to TV in his own half-hour show [in you missed
it, the pilot flopped :-( ]. He says that he, "Quantum Leap"
creator Don Bellisario and his former co-star Dean Stockwell are all up for
doing a "QL" reunion movie. However, Universal owns the rights and,
says, Bakula, "the last time there was a conversation about a 'QL' movie
they responded that they didn't think 'Quantum Leap' could be marketed well in
this day and age."
thanks to Karen S.
TV Guide Online Talks with Scott - October 26, 2000
American Beauty won five Academy Awards, grossed $130 million and gave a nice boost to the careers of Kevin Spacey and Annette Benning, not to mention newcomers Wes Bentley and Mena Suvari. However, it caused barely a ripple in the life of Scott Bakula, who played half of an idylic gay couple in the 1999 film.
"It hasn't opened doors," the former Quantum Leap star tells TV Guide
Online. "Not at all. But it's a nice, wonderful gift to be associated
Bakula could use those same words to describe his new film Luminarias, a low-budget comedy about four middle-aged Latina women looking for love in Los Angeles. Playing in limited release since May, the film — in which Bakula appears as one of the potential suitors — has developed a bit of a cult following among females.
"I loved what it had to say about life in Los Angeles, and in any multi-cultural situation around the world," explains the actor, who currently is producing and starring in the CBS holiday-themed movie Papa's Angels, set to air Dec. 3.
And although Luminaries wasn't a big studio film like American Beauty, Bakula says working on the indie gave him "great perspective. Everybody should do this once in a while just to remember what it's like, because this is where we all started. It's great perspective.
"When you believe in something and you're doing it for love and for the art of it, which we don't always get to do in our business, and if you go into it with the right spirit, it can be a great experience" he adds. "And this was one of those." -- Sheryl Rothmuller
Thanks to Dawn
An article from Cinescape Magazine about Lord of Illusions
For even more interviews with Scott, please see the Projects Page. If Scott did an interview (or online chat) pertaining to a particular movie, it will quite likely be found on that project's page.
More to follow... stay tuned
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