and all of its uber-successful spin-offs, but did you know that Clark Gregg also wrote the screenplay for a mega-hit film and married an '80s movie icon?
Pick your jaw up off the floor, then read on to find out why this guy is one of the most fascinating and awesome actors in Hollywood.
In 1985, The Sporting News named Clark an All-American and he later won the Golden Spikes Award from USA Baseball as the best amateur baseball player in the country.
A teammate of Rafael Palmeiro, the two were known as "Thunder and Lightning." A few days later, Clark also homered in his first home game at Candlestick Park (he debuted at age 22, wearing the number 22, playing first base).
(born March 13, 1964) is a former first baseman in Major League Baseball best known for his years with the San Francisco Giants from 1986 to 1993.
Clark was known by the nickname of "Will the Thrill." The nickname has often been truncated to simply, "The Thrill." After a sensational career at Jesuit High School in New Orleans, Clark attended Mississippi State University, where he continued to flourish. Olympic team that yielded such future major leaguers as Barry Larkin and Mark Mc Gwire.
Most recently, in Justice League #12 (October 2012), they had the kiss heard 'round the world...
In July 2013, DC Comics announced the launch of Superman/Wonder Woman in October 2013.
The series written by Charles Soule, best known for his work on Swamp Thing, and drawn by Tony Daniel (Action Comics, Detective Comics) will explore the budding relationship between Superman and Wonder Woman, the DC Universe's most powerful heroes.
About the series Soule said, "Obviously, the idea of Superman and Wonder Woman being romantic with each other is not brand new. It was addressed in Kingdom Come, the great Mark Waid book.
In his first full season in 1987, Clark had a .308 batting average.
Clark was voted the starting first baseman for the NL All-Star team every season from 1988 through 1992.
Clark was inducted into the Mississippi State University Hall of Fame in 2003. During the five-game Olympic tournament, Clark led the team in batting average (.429), hits (9), runs batted in (8) and tied for the team lead in home runs (3).