Hannah Selleck Wiki Bio

American celebrity family member Hannah Selleck was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 16 December 1988, making Sagittarius her zodiac sign. She’s probably known only for being the sole biological child of famous American actor Thomas ‘Tom’ Selleck.

Education and early life

Hannah was raised in Thousand Oaks, California by her father Tom and mother Jillie Joan Mack, who’s an American actress and dancer; her parents married on 7 August 1987, and have remained together. Her father was previously married to American former actress Jacqueline Ray, from 1971 through 1982, and he adopted her son Kevin Shepard.

Hannah studied at a local elementary school, and became interested in riding horses at a very early age, mostly because she was raised on her family’s farm where they had several horses. She was already an avid horseback rider upon enrolling at local high school in 2003, and it was during her teenage years that she decided to become an equestrian.

Upon matriculating in 2007, Hannah enrolled at Marymount University, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2011.

Hannah’s career

Although many people believed that Tom’s only biological daughter would follow in his footsteps and become an actress, she chose to ride horses instead; she did try acting while attending a local high school, appearing in several school plays, but didn’t like it very much.

Hannah’s entered a number of equestrian championships and has won several, including II Grand Prix Level and Silver Prix.

She’s also done some modelling work, although the names of the brands and companies for which she’s posed haven’t been revealed.

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Love life and relationships

Not many details have been disclosed about Hannah’s love life, but it’s known that she’s today in a relationship with American non-celebrity Beto Gutierrez. The two met at an equestrian championship in the second half of the 2000s, as Beto’s also an equestrian, and some of Hannah’s fans believe that they’ve already exchanged vows in a secret ceremony, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

Beto can be seen featured in a number of pictures uploaded onto Hannah’s Instagram account.

There are no other men whom Hannah’s been with, that we know about; she’s in a relationship with Beto Gutierrez as of July 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Close to 30,000 people are following Hannah on Instagram, and she’s uploaded over 800 pictures onto the network; most of these featuring her riding horses, although she’s also into posting pictures which feature her during her everyday life, whether she’s exercising, spending time with her friends or travelling around the states.

Hannah works out at the gym nearly every day, thus her slim figure; she’s also following a strict diet, as it’s important for her career as an equestrian to maintain her weight.

Hannah loves all animals, and occasionally volunteers at a local animal shelter; she’s also donated some of her championship winnings to non-profit organizations working with abandoned animals.

She likes to listen to pop music the most, and her favorite singer is the late Michael Jackson.

Some of Hannah’s favorite actresses are Amanda Seyfried, Julia Roberts and Angelina Jolie, and some of her favorite movies include “Dear John”, “Notting Hill” and “The Tourist”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Hannah’s age is 34. She has brown hair and eyes, is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs around 145lbs (65kgs).

Hannah’s net worth’s been estimated at over $300,000, as of July 2023, and her father Tom’s at over $45 million.

Who is her father Tom?

American actor Thomas William ‘Tom’ Selleck was born in Detroit, Michigan USA on 29 January 1945, making Aquarius his zodiac sign. He has 87 acting credits and is perhaps known best for starring as Frank Reagan in all 275 episodes of the crime mystery series “Blue Bloods”, which has been airing since 2010, and also stars Bridget Moynahan and Will Estes. The series follows a family of police officers from New York City, and it’s won four of its 21 award nominations.

Tom was raised in Detroit alongside his sister Martha and brothers Robert and Daniel, by their father Robert Dean Selleck who was a real estate investor and an executive, and mother Marrtha Selleck (nee Jagger) who was a housewife. He studied at Grant High School, and was mostly into playing sports during his time there. Tom matriculated in 1962 and continued his education at Los Angeles Valley College; he eventually transferred to the University of Southern California, at which he played basketball for the university’s team, while he also played baseball. He was a member of the fraternity Sigma Chi, and as his drama teacher convinced him to appear in a play, which made Tom fall in love with acting, he chose to drop out and enrolled at Beverly Hills Playhouse, studying acting under Milton Katselas.

He made his debut TV series appearance in the 1969 episode “Death Bait” of the western “Lancer”, and his debut film role was playing Mike Beaudine in the 1970 crime mystery “The Movie Murderer”. Some of Tom’s most notable performances in the ‘70s were perhaps in the 1971 drama series “Marcus Welby, M. D.”, the 1975 drama movie “Returning Home” and the 1978 war comedy film “The Gypsy Warriors”.

What marked the ‘80s for him was starring in the title role of the popular action crime adventure series “Magnum, P. I.”, which also starred John Hillerman and Roger E. Mosley, and was created by Donald P. Bellisario. It follows the work of a private detective from Hawaii, the series aired from 1980 through 1988, and won 10 of its 42 award nominations.

The ‘90s saw Tom star in a number of popular movies, such as the 1992 comedy “Folks!”, the 1995 thriller “Broken Trust”, and the 1999 romantic comedy “The Love Letter”.

In 2007 and 2008, he played A. J. Cooper in 19 episodes of the crime series “Las Vegas”, which starred James Caan and Josh Duhamel, and was created by Gary Scott Thompson. It follows Ed Deline and his surveillance team as they’re working at the Las Vegas’ Montecito Resort and Casino, the series aired from 2003 through 2008, and won five of its 16 award nominations.

Some of Tom’s most recent roles have been in the 2011 crime movie “Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost”, the 2012 crime action film “Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt”, and the 2015 crime movie “Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise”.

Tom’s won 20 of his 43 award nominations, including a 1984 Primetime Emmy win for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, for his performance in “Magnum, P. I.”

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