Adam Arkin Added to 'Sons of Anarchy' as Neo-Nazi Supporter


Adam Arkin


While his show over at NBC is facing a limbo, Adam Arkin fills his resume with a multi-episode arc enrollment in FX Network's 'Sons of Anarchy'.

Words are quickly spreading that Adam Arkin has been added to FX Network's "Sons of Anarchy" list. The actor who is a regular in "Life" will play in a multi-episode arc as a white supremacist aiding the neo-Nazi movement by Henry Rollins' character.

Arkin's character is the second season antagonist named Ethan Zobelle, and he is a threat to SAMCRO motorcycle club. Ethan arrives in Charming, California to open a small business, which according to E! Online, is a cigar shop. He soon clashes with Ron Perlman's Clay Morrow, who doesn't agree with Zobelle's brand of nationalism.

The second season had started its production in Los Angeles on April 23 but no premiere date has been given. Henry Rollins' character is also new to the show. "Henry will bring his intensity and muscularity to this complex part," said Nick Grad, FX's executive VP of original programming.

Meanwhile, "Life" itself had wrapped up the second season in early April and is still in limbo whether or not to be renewed for a third season by NBC.

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