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Tom Selleck possesses all of the above. He is well-known, loved by everyone, and has attained the pinnacle of his field while still upholding his true “good-guy” status.

However, a modest man who credits his success to his faith and life of devotion to the Lord above exists beneath all the glitz and glamour, all the celebrity and influence.


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When Selleck graduated from high school, he was an avid basketball player and went on to play for the University of Southern California. But in his final year, acting began to dominate his life, and he left school to devote more time to his growing interest. He eventually received a deal from Twentieth Century Fox, but he had no idea how his life would change.

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Unfortunately, the world and its methods diverted his attention to another project. Selleck served in the California National Guard from 1967 to 1973 after he enlisted in the American Army.

His commitment was put to the test the greatest when he returned to Hollywood. In many ways, Selleck’s ultimate goals and objectives were set back a few steps due to being dismissed and losing his job.

Naturally, Tom Selleck wouldn’t let something like that stand in his way because, well, he’s Tom Selleck. His career quickly began to take off after successfully fighting back into contention. He attributes his luck to one man.

According to Selleck, the Lord directs a man’s steps, not his heart. Therefore, submit to God’s mighty hand so he can raise you when the time is right.


The New York Daily News says, “I try very hard to conduct myself ethically because that’s important to my stability now.”

“Our culture is very focused on the individual. Generally speaking, nothing is more important than how you feel, according to culture.”

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LOS ANGELES โ€“ 1980: Actor Tom Selleck poses for a portrait in 1980 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Donaldson Collection/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)


The age in which we live celebrates unrestrained impulses. I work with gifted children, gang children, underprivileged children, and gifted children, all of whom have an astounding sense of entitlement. At age 16, they do not celebrate obtaining the right to drive. They anticipate a car. A significant difference exists.

Tom Selleck is one example of a grounded celebrity that the world needs more of.

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