It is with heavy hearts that we share some sad news with you, dear readers. Our beloved Tom Selleck is facing health challenges that may even lead to the cancellation of his iconic show. Tom, an esteemed American actor and film producer, is best known for his role as the charismatic private investigator Thomas Magnum in the hit TV series Magnum, P.I.
Reports from those close to Tom reveal that he battles with chronic rheumatoid arthritis, which greatly affects him on a daily basis, both personally and professionally on the set of his current show, “Blue Bloods.” Gone are the days when he effortlessly leaped from cars and dived into the depths of the sea. One of his co-stars shared, “Tom’s arthritis has changed things for him. He dislikes how it slows him down. Although there is a stunt double for the more dangerous action scenes, Tom even needs him for simple tasks like getting in and out of his police car. Some days, the pain from his arthritis is worse than others. But Tom is a true professional and never complains.”
Adding to the concerns, Tom’s family worries that his treatment for arthritis, possibly involving steroid-like medications, might be affecting his vision and causing a gradual loss of sight. Uveitis, a condition linked to arthritis, leads to inflammation in the middle layer of the eye and tends to affect individuals between the ages of 20 and 59.
We know Tom to be a resilient and strong individual who never complains. However, this disease is truly dreadful, and it’s a difficult time for him. In times like these, it’s crucial for us to come together as a community and support him in any way we can.
Let’s keep Tom in our thoughts and prayers as he navigates through this challenging journey. Please feel free to share this news with others, so we can collectively send positive energy and love his way. Tom, our hearts are with you.