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The many faces of Steven Seagal - Page 14 of 49 - Kiwi Report

The many faces of Steven Seagal


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[post_page_title]Steven and 007[/post_page_title]
Seagal was hired as a choreographer on some of the 007 films and. In the beginning of the ’80s he was brought in to train Sean Connery in martial arts before the latter starred in Never Say Never Again. Things were going fine until the action star allegedly broke Sean’s wrist during filming.
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Connery didn’t think he would be injured, of all things, from learning a little aikido while filming. Two years later, Seagal was rehired to work on another Bond film, A View to Kill.

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