His father was mistaken for Nixon and escorted to a safe area by the Secret Service before they realized they had the wrong man.
His mother was convinced there was no reason for a throw rug to be on the floor of a hotel room in San Antonio, Texas, and when she lifted it, a pool of fresh blood gurgled in the carpet beneath.
His brother convinced him at age six that his father was not his father and had been replaced by the government as part of a secret experiment.
Is it any wonder that Steven T. Seagle was destined to become a Man Of Action?
Steven T. Seagle has been a writer for many comic books including Alpha Flight, Batman: Black and White, Green Lantern: Brightest Day | Blackest Night, Justice League Quarterly, Superman, Vertical and X-Men.
Along with Man of Action, Steven also wrote several episodes of the animated television show Ben 10.
Additionally, Steven is part of the creative team behind the play N*gger, Wetb*ck, Ch*nk from Speak Theater Arts.
Man of Action is a four-man writing team consisting of: Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joseph “Joe” Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle. They are well-known for their contributions to the comic book industry, but they soon went onto television shows, movie films, and video games.
Man of Action was formed by these four professionals, who dedicated themselves to quality writing, developing creativity, and conceptualizing new ideas for our entertainment and enjoyment.
They are most-known for creating the popular American animated television series, Ben 10, currently airing only on Cartoon Network. They also have been known to work on X-Men, Spider-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Justice League and many other action titles.