"Sons of Anarchy" actor Marilyn Manson recently revealed that he adored as well as abhorred being a part of "Sons of Anarchy."
The actor, who appeared in a recurring role in season 7 of "SOA," said that there was a thing he did not like about snagging the role of a white supremacist character, Ron Tully. The actor's father was reportedly quite excited about the singer's gig on the biker drama but it was at the same time that Manson lost his mother and that really saddened him.
"I was sort of worried about my father because he was also ill and I was trying to cheer up my dad. This is before my mother had died. So I went to Ohio because my mother had died and I got the phone call that I was going to be on the show," he told a CBS Radio station, according to Antimusic.
The actor also said that he had thought he was just going to do a song for the show, but when show creator Kurt Sutter's wife, Katey Segal told him that it is going to be full-fledged character, he couldn't stop sharing the excitement with his father.
"Dad, guess what, I'm going to be on the show. Guess what, I'm going to play the head of the Aryan Brotherhood. Guess what, I get paid for it. Guess what, I'm in every scene, every episode that I know of," he told his father when his role was confirmed.
Manson's character is still remembered for one of the most poignant scenes in the show, where he killed Juice (Theo Rossi). Juice was one of the most important characters on "SOA" and Sutter decided that Tully should be the one killing him.
Meanwhile, Manson also spoke to Loud Wire about his passion for cinema and how he watches a bevy of films as a stress reliever.