Here’s What ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Star Ron Perlman Is Keeping and Giving Up in Divorce Settlement

by Samantha Whidden

Days after finalizing the divorce of his nearly 40-year marriage, reports are now revealing what Son of Anarchy star Ron Perlman will receive through the settlement. 

According to TMZ, Ron Perlman will be walking away from his marriage to Opal Perlman with a Tesla. Meanwhile, Opal will be keeping the former couple’s Los Angeles property. She will also get a leader Mercedes-Benz and $12,500 per month in spousal support. Opal is getting 20% of Ron’s annual income.

TMZ previously reported that Ron Perlman filed for divorce from Opal in November 2019 after 38 years of marriage. Opal is notably a fashion and jewelry designer. The former couple has a son and daughter. Prior to the divorce news, Perlman was reportedly seen kissing his StartUp co-star Allison Dunbar. 

Ron Perlman Opens Up About His Acting Career During the Global Health Crisis 

During a January 2021 interview with The Ringer, Ron Perlman discussed his long-lasting acting career during the global health crisis. “I’m better than I deserve. I’m back working – phenomenal considering what the world is being put through,” Perlman explained. He also noted at the time he was resuming production on Nightmare Alley, which he and the crew started earlier in 2020 but got interrupted. 

“And then I got invited to do another picture with Adam McKay called Don’t Look Up, which I’m in the middle of shooting,” Ron Perlman said. He then discussed the risk involved in making a movie right now. “So there’s an inordinate amount of crew members and a lot of moving parts. And a lot to lose if anything went bad. The least you could do was follow every single little protocol that they put into place.”

Ron Perlman Talks ‘Hellboy’ Franchise

While also discussing his involvement in “cult feel” films, Ron Perlman explained, “It goes back to the original sin of who’s directing and who’s starring and how much money is being spent. Hellboy having a cult feel can only be assigned to the treatment it got and the cast that ended up on the screen. It was a franchise and was a comic book movie. It was meant to be three films and was a studio film.”

Perlman then stated that Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro invited his own rules of what a comic book movie looks like. These include “sprinkles of ingredients” that no one will see in a comic book movie. “Nobody wrote the check to make Hellboy and said, ‘Let’s go make a cult film that 30 people are gonna go see.’ It just turned out that way. This is why it’s an important discussion for you and me. We’re grappling with a populist view of things as opposed to the nuances that go under the radar.”