Famed actor Tom Selleck has resigned from his spot on the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) board of directors, Reuters reported Wednesday.
Selleck, a star on CBS’s crime drama “Blue Bloods,” had been a member of the NRA board since 2005 and was re-elected last year to another three-year term.
“Tom Selleck has stepped down from the board of the NRA due to his work schedule,” Annett Wolf said in a statement to Reuters.
Wolf declined to say whether Selleck’s resignation had anything to do with the organization’s policy.
“He’s never been active on the board or anything the NRA engages in. He’s almost always been a silent board member,” according to the report.
The NRA did not immediately respond to a request for comment.