EXCLUSIVE: Tom Selleck Love to ‘Share the Ride’ in His Upcoming Memoir ‘You Never Know’

The renowned TV actor, well remembered for his roles on ‘Magnum, P.I.’ and ‘Blue Bloods,’ will release his biography ‘You Never Know’ on May 7, 2024.

Tom Selleck is adding author to his already impressive portfolio!

The 78-year-old TV legend’s memoir, You Never Know, will be released on May 7, 2024, and PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at its cover.

You Never Know follows Selleck through his “remarkable life and thoroughly accidental career,” doing it “in his own voice and uniquely unpretentious style,” according to a press release from Dey Street Books, an imprint of Harper Collins.

“The legendary actor takes readers on an unknown but fortuitous trip to the top of Hollywood, detailing his temptations and distractions, misfires and missteps, and, eventually, his well-earned success”, the statement says.

Selleck will recount his upbringing in California, his college “jock” days in Hollywood, and his meteoric ascent to prominence in his thirties and beyond as he came of age on screen.

“From a happy accident on the USC basketball court to discovering and then embracing the work I love.” “It’s been a long, bumpy road with some singles, some home runs, and a lot of strikeouts,” Selleck adds. “I figure it’s time to share the ride.”

The memoir will also detail Selleck’s close friendships with a slew of A-listers, including “Frank Sinatra, Carol Burnett, and Sam Elliott, paying special tribute to his mentor James Garner of The Rockford Files, who believed, like Selleck, that TV protagonists are far more interesting when they have rough edges,” according to the press release.

Indeed, the publisher promises that Magnum, P.I. fans would be delighted to read how Selleck constructed Thomas Magnum as the obviously “imperfect hero” viewers came to adore so much in the book.

The memoir promises to be full of “charm, talent, and humor” — all of the qualities that have defined Selleck’s career, from his time as Monica’s older boyfriend Dr. Richard Burke on Friends to his current role as NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan on the hit CBS cr1me series Blue Bloods, which is in its 14th season.

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