Marilyn Manson is Going To Be On Sons of Anarchy?

He may or may not have terrorized his way onto the show.

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    Marilyn Manson's hobbies include: heavy metal, selling watercolor paintings to drug dealers, and apparently Sons of Anarchy. He's such a fan of the last one that he approached the producers to find a role on the show. This dream will come to fruition this fall in season seven of Sons, in which he will play Ron Tully, a white supremacist.

    Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, says that Sons of Anarchy is a passion that he shares with his father Hugh. In joining the show he hopes to make his dad proud in the wake of his mother Barbara's death,

    Manson has played around with acting in the past, mostly playing himself or the TV equivalent. There is no word yet as to whether the character will sport his famous makeup and style, but the role will indeed be recurring.

    Manson is super enthusiastic about his new job, and says "now, all I need is a motorcycle." Us too, Marilyn, us too.

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