Steve Bacic was born in Croatia and raised in Windsor, Ontario. After earning a degree in Kinesiology and with minor in Math, Bacic decided to leave academia and pursue an acting career. He has since garnered international recognition with leading roles in TV series such as “NCIS” and “CSI: Miami” on CBS and “ER” on NBC. A leading man who is equally comfortable playing dramatic and comedic roles, Bacic has appeared as a series regular on a wide range of television series, including HBO’s acclaimed “Big Love,” “Andromeda,” and the Canadian programs “The Guard” and “Cra$h & Burn.” He co-starred as Jason Shannon in six previous “Garage Sale Mystery” titles: “All That Glitters,” “The Deadly Room,” “The Wedding Dress,” “Guilty Until Proven Innocent,” “The Novel Murders,” and “The Art of Murder.”
Bacic was recently seen in Blackway with Sir Anthony Hopkins and he is featured in two upcoming features, We’re Killing Gunther with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Wonder with Julia Roberts. On television, he guest starred on the Steven Spielberg-produced “The Whispers” and “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” on ABC; “Arrow” and “The 100” on the CW; and Syfy’s “Aftermath.” He also broke bad as Anna Gunn’s husband in the television movie “Rita.” Keeping his younger audience in mind, Bacic was a series regular on the children’s show “Spooksville,” a series recurring on Hallmark’s “When Calls the Heart” and a guest star on “Haunting Hour.”
Bacic moved to Vancouver from his hometown of Windsor in 1990. His career breakthrough came with a substantial guest starring role on the hit series “21 Jump Street” – the biggest part ever given to a Canadian on the show at that time. Since his debut, he has worked consistently in both Canada and the United States, accruing over a hundred and thirty credits in 20 years of non- stop work. Bacic continues to devote himself to the art of acting with the same passion that led him to a successful career.