“Sons of Anarchy” star Mark Boone Junior was spotted celebrating the series finale of FX’s hit television show at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop on Friday, Jan. 9.
Along with his role as “Bobby,” an even tempered, yet rebellious biker on “Sons of Anarchy,” Junior is also known for his part as Detective Flass in “Batman Begins.” Arriving for a red carpet appearance at 8:30 p.m., the actor was accompanied by the show’s biker band, The Forest Rangers, who performed their famous song, “This Life,” along with Franky Perez, a local musician. Junior also rocked a surprise performance of the classic Elvis song, “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” that had fans swaying and singing along to the well-known lyrics.
Following the concert, Junior and The Forest Rangers enjoyed the after-party in a VIP booth in the Main Room surrounded by fans and partygoers.
PHOTO CREDIT: Courtesy of Chateau
ABOUT MARK BOONE JUNIOR
Mark Boone Junior is an American actor perhaps best known for his roles as Bobby Munson in FX’s Sons of Anarchy and in two films by Christopher Nolan, Memento and Batman Begins.
Mark Boone Junior has appeared in some of Steve Buscemi’s directorial work, including Trees Lounge and most recently (2004) as “Evil” in Lonesome Jim. He is a regular cast member on Sons of Anarchy, where he plays Bobby Munson. In 2010 he played the role of Vincent Dooly’s father in The Mother of Invention.
Mark Boone Junior frequently portrays a crooked cop or other authority figure, and has had a prolific career, appearing in over 70 movies, which also include 2 Fast 2 Furious, Get Carter, The General’s Daughter, The Thin Red Line, Seven, and Die Hard 2. He has also made guest appearances on TV in Law & Order, Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and several other shows.
He is known for appearing in 2 Christopher Nolan films, Memento, as Burt, the front desk manager at the Discount Inn, and Batman Begins, as Flass, James Gordon’s crooked Partner.
He had a small role in Armageddon and in Season 6, Episode 5 of Oz. In 1984 he acted in The Way It Is (1985) by Eric Mitchell, which included actors Steve Buscemi and Rockets Redglare. – Wikipedia
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