- 1 Who is Hannah Margaret Selleck?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Hannah Margaret Selleck Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity
- 4 Educational Background
- 5 Career as Equestrian
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 Charity Work
- 8 Who Is Her Father? Tom Selleck Short Wiki/Bio
- 9 Love Story of Her Parents
Who is Hannah Margaret Selleck?
Hannah Margaret Selleck was born on 16 December 1988 under the sign of Sagittarius, in Hollywood, California USA, so is American by nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. She is a 31-year-old celebrity child, probably best recognized for being the only biological daughter of famous actor and producer Tom Selleck, and former dancer and actress Jillie Mack. She is also known for being an equestrian and horse breeder.
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How rich is she, as of now? Hannah Margaret Selleck Net Worth
Being the daughter of a millionaire, Hannah Margaret Selleck is also a millionaire. Her father has a total wealth of over $45 million, as of early 2020.
Nonetheless, she earned approximately $1 million on her own, through her career as a professional equestrian and horse breeder.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity
Hannah was raised in luxury estate located in Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village, California, spread over 65 acres and featuring a horse ranch and an avocado farm. She developed her love for horse riding at a very young age under the influence of her father, and also from an early age has been interested in gymnastics, ice skating and playing soccer.
Upon matriculation, Hannah enrolled into Loyola Marymount University, from which she obtained a degree in Communication in 2011.
Following her graduation, she started pursuing a career in the business, at first spending six months doing an internship at a public relations company based in Beverly Hills. However, Hannah soon decided to focus on horse riding.
Career as Equestrian
Hannah began training in horse riding at the age of four, while she started her career in the field at the age of ten as a junior. She competed at the 2005 Prix de States, where she won the Silver Team Medal, followed by her participation at the Equitation Championship at the 2006 Capitol Challenge. Hannah later won gold at the NAJYRC along with her Zone teammates in 2008. She then distinguished herself as a world-class jumper at the Grand Prix level, participating at the Blenheim Summer Classic II Grand Prix.
She also competed at the Gucci Masters Tournament in 2011, and the Longines Masters of Los Angeles in 2015. Additionally, Hannah runs a Descanso Farm alongside her father, where they breed and train horses. Besides that, she featured in a campaign for the brand ‘Reviver Cosmetics’, and has also even graced the covers of such magazines as ‘Palm Beach Illustrated’, ‘Equestrian Living’, and ‘Sidelines’.
Hannah Margaret Selleck tends to keep information regarding her private life far away from the eye of the public. However, there were some rumors that she was romantically involved in a relationship with Beto Gutierrez, since she shared their photo on her official Instagram account back in September 2018. Anyway, it is believed that she is currently single.
Hannah is known for her charity work, and serves as an ambassador for the equestrian charity, called ‘Just World International’. In order to raise funds for the charity, Hannah create a parachute jump campaign in March 2014.
Who Is Her Father? Tom Selleck Short Wiki/Bio
Thomas William ‘Tom’ Selleck was born on 29 January 1945 under the sign of Aquarius, in Detroit, Michigan USA. He was raised with three siblings named Robert, Martha and Daniel, in Sherman Oaks, California, by their father Robert Dean Selleck, a real estate investor, and mother Martha Selleck, a housewife.
He went to Grant High School, and upon matriculation in 1962 he enrolled in Los Angeles Valley College, but soon transferred to the University of Southern California on a basketball scholarship, playing for the college team – the USC Trojans. He studied Business Administration, but dropped out as a senior after it was suggested that he try acting, so he studied it at The Beverly Hills Playhouse.
Tom Selleck served in the California Army National Guard’s 160th Infantry Regiment between 1967 and 1973, but in 1965 made his TV debut in a small role in an episode of “The Dating Game”.
It was followed by his appearance in advertising commercials for Pepsi-Cola, while his film debut came in 1970, when he starred as Stud in the comedy “Myra Breckinridge”, directed by Michael Sarne. Tom then played Phil Sanford in Russ Meyer’s 1971 drama “The Seven Minutes”, portrayed James Robertson in the 1972 horror film “Daughters Of Satan”, and featured as Dr. Norman Milford in the 1973 action–drama thriller “Terminal Island”. His first major role came in the late 1970s, when he starred as PI Lance White in the NBC detective drama series “The Rockford Files”, which was followed by his portrayal of Orrin Sackett in the made-for-TV western film “The Sacketts”, alongside Jeff Osterhage and Sam Elliott.
Rise to Prominence
In 1980, Tom Selleck joined the cast of the CBS crime drama series “Magnum, P.I.”, in which he portrayed the lead role of private investigator Thomas Magnum, appearing in more than 160 episodes over eight seasons which lasted until 1988; it earned him not only a worldwide recognition, but also an Emmy Award. Side by side, Tom played Mac Traven in the made-for-TV western “The Shadow Riders” (1982) and appeared in the title role in the heist spy film “Lassiter” (1984). He also starred in the role of Peter Mitchell in the 1987 comedy “Three Men And A Baby”, which he would later reprise in its 1990 sequel, entitled “Three Men And A Little Lady”.
During the same year, Tom landed one of his best roles as Matthew Quigley in the western “Quigley Down Under”, directed by Simon Wincer.
Tom’s next major role came when he appeared in ten episodes of the popular NBC sitcom “Friends” (1996-2000), portraying Dr. Richard Burke, the boyfriend of Monica Geller, which earned him an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 2000. He then featured as Peter Malloy in the 1997 comedy “In & Out”, which was followed by his portrayal of successful advertising executive Jack McLaren in the CBS sitcom “The Closer” in 1998. Thereafter, Tom played George Matthias in the romantic comedy “The Love Letter” in 1999.
The new Tom Selleck Reverse Mortgage Commercial where he “Sets the Record Straight” is cringeworthy. pic.twitter.com/YpjC6IIP5w
— Brett Coughlin (@CoughlinBrett) May 27, 2020
With the beginning of the 2000s, Tom continued to work on television film titles, such as “Crossfire Trail” (2001), “Monte Walsh” (2003), and “Reversible Errors” (2004). He then played the title role in the “Jesse Stone” made-for-TV film series, for which he was also an executive producer and writer, and was based on the book series of the same title written by Robert B. Parker. The film series consists of nine installments – “Jesse Stone: Stone Cold”, was released in 2005, while the ninth installment, “Jesse Stone: Lost In Paradise”, was aired in 2015.
His other notable appearances include such roles as A.J. Cooper in the NBC comedy-drama series “Las Vegas” (2007-2008), and NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan in the CBS police procedural drama series “Blue Blood” (2010-present).
Love Story of Her Parents
Hannah’s parents, Tom Selleck and Jillie Joan Mack, met each other after he saw her performing in the musical “Cat” – in no time the couple started dating, and they eventually tied the knot in a wedding ceremony held at the Cherrywood Waterfall Chapel in Lake Tahoe, Nevada on 7 August 1987. Her father was previous married to model Jacqueline Ray between 1971 and 1982. They adopted a child, so Hannah has an older half-brother named Kevin Shepard.