‘Sons of Anarchy’ Star Ron Perlman Catches Up With Costars Theo Rossi and Ryan Hurst

by Anna Dunn
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Sons of Anarchy star Ron Perlman recently caught up with former co-stars Theo Rossi and Ryan Hurst. Perlman, who played Clarence “Clay” Morrow on the hit series, has been in tons of films and shows since his run on Sons of Anarchy. But it looks like he’s still found time for a mini-reunion.

Theo Rossi played Juan Carlos “Juice” Ortiz. Ryan Hurst, on the other hand, played Harry “Opie” Winston.

“Ridin thru this world…” the actor wrote in the caption.

Of course, Sons of Anarchy fans loved the pic.

“Wow! Do I miss SOA!? GREAT PICTURE,” another fan commented.

“This picture makes me smile from ear to ear,” another fan said.

Perlman posts on Instagram fairly frequently to talk about his current projects and give fans little updates on his personal life. He recently used the platform to wish his daughter a happy birthday.

‘Sons of Anarchy’ Has a Surprising Connection to ‘Yellowstone’

Sons of Anarchy has been over for years, but it has a surprising connection to a current hit series, Yellowstone. Taylor Sheridan, who gained serious acclaim for creating the series, also worked on Sons of Anarchy. But he was actually on the show as an actor.

Sheridan played devoted officer Deputy David Hale. He really had it out for SAMCRO and always tried to play by the roles. He was an important part of the first few seasons, so fans were really surprised when he was killed off in a drive-by at Half-Sacks funeral.

While it was initially believed that Sheridan wanted to work on other projects, he recently revealed its because he was getting paid far less than the other actors. In a recent conversation with Deadline, he recounted needing a second job while working on Sons of Anarchy.

Apparently in negotiations, a business affair attorney said something along the lines of, “I know and you’re right that he probably deserves to make more, but we’re not going to pay him more because guess what, he’s not worth more. That’s what he’s worth. There are 50 of him. He is 11 on the call sheet. That’s what that guy is, and that’s all he’s ever going to be.’”

Of course, that wouldn’t be true. But it is what actually caused Sheridan to leave Sons of Anarchy. And While Sheridan didn’t necessarily go on to be a big shot actor, he’s now responsible for creating what’s becoming an entire franchise of shows on paramount +.

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