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MOSCOW, September 4 /TASS/. American actor Steven Seagal left an autograph on his personal star unveiled at the Moscow Alley of Fame on September 5.
Seagal had arrived at the ceremony from Vladivostok, the Russian Far East.
"Steven Seagal was short-spoken but he willingly handed out autographs to his fans," the press service of the Crocus Group public relations department told TASS on Saturday.
Seagal said that the star of Moscow’s Alley of Fame meant a lot to him. He also thanked the Muscovites for the warm welcome.
The Steven Seagal star will be 19th on the Alley of Fame located close to Moscow’s VEGAS trade centre.
World celebrities like Bradley Cooper, Robert de Niro, Milla Jovovich, Carlos Santana, Gloria Gaynor, Antonio Banderas, Donald Trump and others also have their stars at the Moscow Alley of Fame.
Over more than 30 years in cinema, Seagal has played in 120 films, including "Above the Law"; "Marked for Death", "A Fire Down Below", "On Deadly Ground", etc.