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Stephen King Lands a Role in 'Sons of Anarchy'

May 7, 2010 (9:21 am) GMT
In this TV series, the author reportedly will play a loner who comes to the aid of Katey Sagal's character Gemma.
Stephen King

Author Stephen King has landed a role in one of his favorite TV dramas after letting producers know he's a fan. The horror and thriller writer will make a special appearance in biker drama "" later this year.

According to Entertainment Weekly magazine, King will play a loner who comes to the aid of 's character Gemma.

"Sons of Anarchy" has been picked up for the third season after it garnered about 4.33 million viewers on season 2 finale. A full 13-episode season is in the order and creator/executive producer Kurt Sutter reached a deal on a two-year extension to continue his services as showrunner/writer. Additionally, all the cast are in place to return with the premiere slated for September this year.

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