In the 1980s, he was a regular on television.
And Tom Selleck sported an unmistakable mustache while filming season twelve of his hit cr1me procedural Blue Bloods in New York City on Wednesday.
The 76-year-old Magnum, P.I. star appeared solemn while dressed as Commissioner Frank Reagan, his arms folded as he stood in the street presiding over an arrest on camera.
Selleck, who stood 6 feet 4 inches tall and wore a blue bomber police jacket over a white dress shirt and striped tie, exuded confidence and intimidation.
He was dressed in dark blue pants and black shoes.
Selleck was wearing a dark blue baseball cap with a golden insignia that matched the insignia on his jacket.
Watching it all come crashing down: The Magnum, P.I. star, 76, was dressed as Frank Reagan and stood in the street, arms folded, presiding over an arrest on camera.
He was also wearing amber-colored aviator sunglasses.
At one point, Tom turned to the side and smiled, presumably after a take.
The veteran actor was also seen without his jacket, wearing a dark vest that added a distinguished edge to him.
Selleck has been a regular on the CBS drama Blue Bloods since 2010, alongside Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan.
Other notable TV appearances include guest appearances on Boston Legal, a recurring role as Monica’s love interest Dr. Richard Burke on Friends in the late 1990s, and his long-running role as Magnum in the 1980s.
Three Men and a Baby, released in 1987, and the Kevin Kline-starring comedy In & Out, released ten years later, were among his most successful film credits.