Love him, hate him, or just sort of put up with him, Steven Seagal was born to raise hell. Somewhere between Marked for Death and Out for Justice, he must have made an executive decision to go from churning out low-budget action films in the '90s to churning out low-budget action films all the way through the next two decades (six and counting so far in 2016 alone). It's almost like he had a fire down below, like some sort of glimmer man.
The truth is, Steven Seagal has been hard to kill for a long time now, which is surprising, because he doesn't have a reputation for being a good man. In fact, he almost seems above the law, if you can believe any of the countless allegations of rape, sexual assault, and sex trafficking that have been leveled against him over the years. That includes one by Playboy model Jennie McCarthy, who said in an interview that Seagal told her to take off her dress during a private audition for Under Siege 2, despite the absence of nudity in the film.
Then there was the incident in which John Leguizamo claims that Seagal elbowed him up against a wall with maximum conviction on the set of 1996's Executive Decision, all because Leguizamo laughed at something Seagal had said, thinking it was a joke. It wasn't a joke. "I wanted to say how big and fat he is and how he runs like a girl," Leguizamo later said, "but I couldn't because I didn't have enough air."