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Wearing a Hawaiian style aloha shirt, a Detroit Tigers baseball cap and a full-bodied moustache, Selleck squeezed his 6’4” frame into a Ferrari 308 GTS and drove into the hearts of audiences around the world. he was also cast to play Indiana Jones in Steven Spielberg’s 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'. Together they came to the conclusion that Selleck should honour his contract with Universal Studios.
From 1974 to 1975 Selleck appeared in daytime soap ‘The Young and the Restless’, and among other relatively minor roles, played a recurring part in ABC's primetime showbiz melodrama ‘Bracken's World’.
Selleck followed ‘The Sacketts’ with ‘The Shadow Riders’ in 1982, then with Lassiter in 1984.
More recent cowboy roles were ‘Crossfire Trail’ (2001) followed by ‘Monte Walsh’ (2003).
Selleck consequently appeared in more than 50 television commercials, the first of which was a Pepsi-Cola ad where he played a basketball player.
As well as being a talented collegiate athlete, the budding actor was a member of the California National Guard and was actually called up for service during the Watts riots.
Selleck has also produced various other television movies, including ‘Revealing Evidence’ in 1990, and ‘Silverfox’ in 1991.
His acting career was given a revitalising boost when he landed the recurring guest role of Dr. Burke was the love interest of the character Monica Geller (Courtney Cox) and appears in seasons two, three and six of the sitcom.
However, some critics have hailed Western ‘Quigley Down Under’ as Selleck’s best feature work.
In the film he plays an American rifleman hired under false pretences by a villainous Alan Rickman.
Selleck’s television streak continued when he joined the cast of the hit NBC drama ‘Las Vegas’ in the season five premiere in September 2007. I.’ On occasion Selleck’s political opinions have attracted challenge from others.
He is a member of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and in 1996 sparred with Rosie O’Donnell on ‘The Rosie O'Donnell Show’ about gun control and an ad he appeared in supporting the NRA.
His first television appearance was as a college senior on ‘The Dating Game’ in 1965 – he lost.