Steven Seagal, the ponytailed action star of the '90s, is turning 60 years old.
The master of the monotone one-liner was born on April 10, 1952 in Lansing, Michigan. Seagal has starred in a slew of martial arts movies, many of which had three-word titles. "Above the Law." "Hard to Kill." "Marked for Death." "Out for Justice." And the list goes on. While his status as an A-lister faded as his hairline receded, Seagal is still very much in the public eye.
He currently stars in "True Justice," a fictional Seattle-based cop show (what else?) that airs on ReelzChannel. Several years back, he headlined "Steven Seagal: Lawman," a bizarre reality series in which he was a real enforcer of the law in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. Sample line from the show: "My name's Steven Seagal. That’s right. Steven Seagal, deputy sheriff."
Watch a clip from Seagal's current TV show, "True Justice":
Longtime fans of Seagal know him as a man of many passions. In addition to acting and martial arts, Seagal,