Dayton callie, Charlie Hunnam, Theo Rossi, Kim Coates And Mark Boone Junior
IN PHOTO: Dayton Callie (L-R), Charlie Hunnam, Theo Rossi, Kim Coates and Mark Boone Junior, actors in the FX Networks' show, "Sons of Anarchy", pose for members of the media at an FX Networks party at Lucky Strike Lanes in New York, March 29, 2012. Reuters/Andrew Burton

FX biker drama series "Sons of Anarchy" is long gone in the small screen but its ensemble cast continues to make some waves after the show's final ride in December. Known for his role as the conflicted biker Juice Ortiz, Theo Rossi is gearing up for the big screen after his seven-year run with "Sons of Anarchy" and is not part of the ensemble cast of Screen Gem's upcoming movie, "When the Bough Breaks."

"Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne are producing the film about a professional couple unable to conceive their own child who hire a blue collar woman to act as their surrogate (Sinclair)," according to Deadline. "Unfortunately for the hopeful parents, she develops a violent fixation on the husband before the baby is even born."

The upcoming psychological thriller also features Morris Chestnut, Regina Hall and Jaz Sinclair under the direction of "24" director, Jon Cassar. The movie is Rossi's second project after his hit TV show ended last year and he is set to play Mike Mitchell, the surrogate's fiancé.

The actor is also set to star in Universal Pictures and Blumhouse's Untitled "Lowriders" movie starring alongside Demian Bechir. The film is penned by Cheo Hodari Coker, Justin Tipping, Joshua Peirne-Golden and Elgin James. "When the Bough Breaks" is scheduled to start filming in February in New Orleans.

Meanwhile, "Sons of Anarchy" star David Labrava is a real life biker and used to be a member of Hells Angels. Known for his role as Happy, Labrava is not only an actor in the series but also serves as Sutter's advisers in the "ins and outs of biker gang culture." Although he doesn't want to talk about his past association with Hells Angels, the actor is still in good terms with his previous club, according to What Culture.

Born in Miami, the 52-year-old tattoo artist and writer was raised in Europe and grew up riding dirt bikes. He was only 17 when he got his first Harley Davidson and was hired by Kurt Sutter (SOA series creator) to be the technical advisor for Sons before he was cast as Happy.

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