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Stephen King cleans up on 'Sons of Anarchy'

Yes, that guy who appears out of nowhere on Tuesday night's episode of "Sons of Anarchy" is none other than author and Entertainment Weekly columnist Stephen King.

King wound up in the episode, after he wrote in his EW column that he likes "Sons of Anarchy" because "it's one of those shows that seems to have gotten better as it goes along" and creator and Executive Producer Kurt Sutter got in touch with him.

Sutter thanked King and offered him a part on the show.

"Ordinarily, I'd say no," King told FX in this interview for FXNetworks.com. "But he said he'd put me on a Harley, so here I am."

King, who has been riding his Harley since he was 22, plays a "cleaner" named Bachman in the episode.

You can watch the interview here:

 

--Maria Elena Fernandez
twitter.com/writerchica

Video credit: FX

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Sounds like there's gonna be more killins'.

Should be interesting...


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