This weekend Steven Seagal played a concert with his blues band (of course) in Crimea, annexed this year by Russia.
The 62-year-old appeared on stage in Sevastapol alongside a flag claimed by pro-Russian separatists in the Donetsk People's Republic.
Seagal has in the past described Russian president Vladimir Putin as "a friend and I'd like to consider him a brother", and not ruled out seeking Russian citizenship.
Meanwhile, today, fellow actor Mickey Rourke was pictured buying and then wearing a T-shirt with Putin's face on it in Moscow.
We're not sure why either.
What does Putin make of it all? He's simply too big a man in world politics to get involved.