‘Sons of Anarchy’ Shocking Revelation: Charlie Hunnam’s Body Double Revealed

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Kurt Sutter And Charlie Hunnam
Creator and Executive Producer Kurt Sutter (L) jokes with cast member Charlie Hunnam 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. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Reuters

Fans who've been watching the show for seven years won't even believe this, but since the show ended its seven-year run on Tuesday, Dec. 9, Charlie Hunnam's body double revealed himself in an interview. The scene in question is the famous tattooed hot back in the "Sons of Anarchy" opening credits where everyone assumed that it was the British actor since he has no problem showing off his god-like physique.

 "I got booked as the body double of the guy on the show who is Charlie Hunnam, but at the time it was this show that nobody really knew about," Charlie Hunnam's body double Tyson Sullivan revealed in an exclusive interview with Yahoo! Insider. "I just went in, there was like five or six of us and they're like, 'Take off your shirts, let us look at your backs,' and that was like the main part."

But it's not just his hot back featured in "Sons of Anarchy," the actor's hand also made it to the show in SOA opening credits that is opening the knife and the hands revving the bike's engine. His first paid acting job was in Dr. Pepper commercial when he was a child.

Currently starring as white supremacist in Cinemax hit show "Banshee," Sullivan plays Hondo on the show and is making waves for his new role in television. Set to star in the upcoming Robert de Niro's film "Bus 657" but he got his first break when he was cant in Reba McEntire's "You're Gonna Be" music video in 2005.

Born in Plano, Texas, Tyler studied acting at Play House West, Warner Loughlin Studios and with Carole D'Andrea. He moved out from Texas and went to Los Angles to pursue his acting career and is currently living there with his wife.

Meanwhile, "Sons of Anarchy" lead star Charlie Hunnam made his final farewell to his long-time role as Jax Teller in the biker drama series. The show ended Jax's seven-year run as he chose to end his fate riding on his father's old bike while leaving a body trail of bad guys in the fictional town of Charming.

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