Courtney Love Was Born To Guest Star on ‘Sons of Anarchy’
Courtney Love is set to guest star on the final season of Sons of Anarchy, and while I've never actually seen the show, I can surmise that, of all the Golden Age of Television dramas, the one about a violent West Coast biker gang is perhaps the one best suited for Courtney Love. Put her into Mad Men, and it's "Courtney Love as demure woman." Put her on Game of Thrones, and it's just "Courtney Love pretending to be a medieval harlot-warrior." There's no fourth wall. But place her amongst a white trash motorcycle crew? That's a world Courtney Love can naturally slide right into.
Except, in a bit of casting gimmickry, she'll be depicting a "straight-shooting preschool teacher," presumably drawing on exactly none of her real-life experiences raising Frances Bean Cobain during that child's nursery school years.
Back in 1996, Love won a Golden Globe for her role in The People vs. Larry Flynt, but this is her first television role. It was previously announced that the show's seventh season, which will air in September, also features Marilyn Manson as a white supremacist.
[via TV Line]