Actor Tom Selleck has been a long-time supporter of the National Rifle Association, and one of their most popular members. Selleck has even served on the board of the NRA for the past 13-years.
But The Trace announced today that Selleck has officially resigned his post on the 76-person board of the organization.
Selleck first became a member of the NRA when he was just 8-years-old, and has become revered among members over his many years in the gun group. He is their most well-known celebrity endorser, and received the highest number of votes in 2017 when he was re-elected to the board for a fifth three-year term.
The actor’s publicist, Annette Wolf, confirmed the news that he has stepped down from that esteemed role, effective immediately.