His wrestling finisher is called the Money Shot.
Sean teamed up with Viscera near the end of 2005. They named their team "V-Squared". They had a successful run, teaming into 2006.
In November, 2002 Sean appeared on "RAW" using his own name. He was the assistant to then-general manager Eric Bischoff. He was given the title "Chief of Staff."
Val won the Survivor Series on November 14, 1999 by being the last man standing in the ring.
Sean won the European Championship belt on December 12, 1999 by defeating the British Bulldog and D-Lo Brown.
In addition to wrestling Sean has also turned his attention to training other wrestlers. Bobby Roode gives credit to Sean as being his first trainer.
Sean has one child, a daughter named Celina.
When Sean wrestled in Japan he had to use the name "Morgan" instead of "Morley" because the announcers were unable to say "Morley" properly.
Val used to be introduced with a video before he entered the ring. One video shows him with the famous adult film star Jenna Jameson.
In Mexico, Sean wrestled wearing a mask. He used the name Steel.
Val spent time with the Mexican Lucha Libre wrestlers and speaks fluent Spanish.
Sean's sister Alannah Morley was briefly married to Adam Copeland. Adam wrestles under the persona of "Edge".
Val is known for the following finishing moves: The Money Shot, Venis Fly-Trap, Blue Thunder Driver (Spin-out Powerbomb), Seaman Suplex/Pornplex, Half Nelson Slam and the Spinebuster.
On March 30th, 2001 Sean married a woman named Lourdes.
Sean Morley developed his philanthropic skills while studying at the London School of Economics.
Over Morley's wrestling career he had the following managers: Mrs Yamaguchi-San, Trish Stratus, Terri Runnels, Ryan Shamrock, Nicole Bass, Steven Richards, Eric Bischoff.
Val Venis: Hello ladies.