As of 2015, American actor Tom Selleck has made at least 53 movies, including “Three Men and a Baby,” “Quigley Down Under” and “Mr. Baseball.” Selleck has made 20 television movies and 33 feature films.
Selleck co-starred with Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg as a stand-in father in “Three Men and a Baby,” which was the highest-grossing film of 1987, making more than $165 million in the United States alone. The movie won the 1988 People’s Choice Award for Favorite Comedy Motion Picture.
In 1990, Selleck played an American sharpshooter in the Australian western “Quigley Down Under.” Selleck also starred in the 1992 comedy “Mr. Baseball,“ playing a fictional New York Yankees player who is traded to a Japanese baseball league.