Master of the martial arts and Japan homeboy*, Steven Seagal, is featured in triplicate in this exclusive clip looking behind the scenes of the fight scenes from his newest Direct-to-DVD masterpiece “Force of Execution” released on December 17.
No one’s got moves like Seagal in ‘Force of Execution’ USA TODAY — 2013/dec/17
Steven Seagal…working with other actors to choreograph movements and techniques. He works with one guy, rehearsing a strike to his neck with an arm and saying, “In reality, I cut people’s heads off.”
Actually, "No one’s got moves like Seagal" except those two stand-ins waiting behind him ready to double for all his action and running for him. Check out the three Steven Seagals lined up in a row in the middle point of the video clip.
Steven Seagal At Weapons Exhibition In Moscow InSerbia News — Oct. 12, 2013
American actor Steven Seagal appeared on a weapons exhibition in Moscow as an ambassador of the Russian manufacturer ‘Orsis’ and drew attention to their new jewel — a tactical sniper rifle ‘Orsis T-5000′. More…
Steven Seagal I Wanna Be Like Rodman TMZ.com | 2013/03/13
Move over Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong Un, because ’90s action star Steven
Seagal has jumped on the whole random celeb visiting a world leader
bandwagon … More...
The Wackadoodle Hair Of Steven Seagal is a fun photo essay of the True Mystery of the Orient—the everchanging hair of Japan’s first foriegn Aikido master of the martial arts and reincarnated Tulka, Steven Seagal, from the ‘I Am Bored’ website.
Steven Seagal, Japan’s first foriegn Aikido master of the martial arts and reincarnated Tulka* is questioned in embarrassing depth on Michael Schiavello’s interview series—The Voice Versus Steven Seagal…
An hour inside the head of Steven Seagal Fightlinker.com | Oct. 17, 2012
…notes from the interview:
•A preteen Steven Seagal learned martial arts from a cook at a restaurant who noticed Steven’s fast and fluid dishwashing skills. …
•On his worst movies: “Unfortunately there are many.” “We are subject to the financer and what they want us to do and the studios and what they want us to do and we don’t control the show. So I made a lot of terrible movies and a few good ones.” More...
On network television’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” listen to 7th degree black belt Aikido master, Steven Seagal, once again take credit for teaching the MMA champions Anderson Silva and Lyoto Machida the basic front kick—The Crane Kick made famous by Mr. Miyagi in The Karate Kid back in 1984, ha, ha.
Steven Seagal Tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live—March 26, 2012