Sad News from Tom Selleck
Tom Selleck, famous for his role as Thomas Magnum in the 1980s’ “Magnum, P.I.,” and now as New York Police Commissioner Frank Reagan in CBS’s “Blue Bloods,” has faced concerns about his health. Reports suggested he was suffering from an incurable disease. However, as of now, the 76-year-old actor is in good health.
Rumors about his health started in February 2019 when the National Enquirer reported that his health was deteriorating during “Blue Bloods” filming. They even mentioned a stunt double being used for some scenes and suggested he might retire due to health issues. In January 2021, it was revealed he had crippling arthritis, leading to his use of steroids for pain relief and mobility. Despite these challenges, Tom confirmed he wasn’t retiring and expressed his enjoyment in continuing his work on the show. Fans can look forward to more episodes of Commissioner Frank Reagan in “Blue Bloods.”