Rollins Rolls Into FX's 'Sons Of Anarchy'


Henry Rollins will guest star during a six-episode arc during the sophomore season of FX motorcycle series Sons of Anarchy.
The Grammy Award-winning musician and actor will play a new antagonist posing a deadly threat to the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club in the show's fictional home of Charming, Calif.
Sons of Anarchy is a co-production of FX Productions and Fox 21, Twentieth Century Fox Television's alternative production arm. Production on the second campaign is set to begin April 27 in Los Angeles, with the new installments set to premiere this fall.
During its rookie run, Sons of Anarchy averaged 5.9 million total viewers and 3.9 million adults 18 to 49 via its weekly multi-telecast cume. Pemiere installments averaged 2.6 million total viewers and 1.7 million adults 18 to 49.
Rollins was the lead singer of the seminal Los Angeles band Black Flag. He later founded the Rollins Band, which received a 1994 Grammy nomination for the song "Liar." That same year he won a Grammy for best spoken word or non-musical album for "Get in the Van." He was host of IFC's The Henry Rollins Showand the radio show "Harmony in my Head" on Indie 103 FM in Los Angeles. Rollins' film appearances include Bad Boys 2 with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence and director David Lynch's Lost Highway.

 He currently hosts his own music-mix radio show on KCRW-FM.