'Sons of Anarchy' Season 5 Spoilers: Gang Related Star Joins the Final Ride, New Season Packed with Bigger Plot & Characters
By Riza Ornos | August 13, 2014 4:29 PM EST
After the news that Lea Michelle, Marilyn Manson and Courtney Love are joining "Sons of Anarchy" on its final ride, "Gang Related" actress Inbar Lavi is the latest addition to the ensemble cast. The star tweeted the news herself and attached a photo of her while filming in the SOA set although there has been no word on what role she is going to play for the show's final season.
Cast member Charlie Hunnam speaks at a panel for the television series ''Sons of Anarchy'' during the FX portion of the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California August 2, 2013.
"Humbled and greatful to have been invited to join the @SonsofAnarchy family on their final ride. Buckle up...." wrote Lavi on her Twitter account. The news was confirmed after SOA series creator Kurt Sutter retweeted her tweet.
"Lavi seems like an atypical addition to the cast. She was most recently seen on Fox's "Gang Related" where she played Russian ICE agent, Veronika "Vee" Dotsen," according to the Examiner. "She has also been seen on the recently failed "Charlie's Angels" reboot and on an episode of "CSI.""
With Jax vowing vengeance for his wife's brutal death, "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 tension is going to be tremendous as the trailer indicates. Bloody, violent and full of drama, executive producer and director Paris Barclay revealed recently that the upcoming season is full of an amazing plot, story and interesting characters that it's like getting two seasons in one with his final hurrah in the biker gang series.
With so many characters and an amazing plot, the "Glee" director also admitted that each episode is getting harder to make. "And in almost every episode now, someone is dying, so that makes it a little bit harder to shoot 'cause we have to keep saying goodbye," said the director in an interview with Collider but also insisted that not everyone is going to die in the end.
"Yes, there will be someone left. There will be more than one but not a lot more. There will be a table," added Barclay.
FX also released the show's first official trailer which give fans a glimpse on what to expect on its seventh season with Charlie Hunnam playing SAMCRO's president for the very last time. Turning to a Grim Reaper as he haunts for his dead wife's murder, Jax will stop at nothing and will trust no one as the body count builds up for the final season.
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