ByAbi Toll, writer at Creators.co
Abi Toll

Following on from our Sons of Anarchy Season 7 series of spoilers, we have another interview courtesy of TV Line and this time it's with: Maggie Siff and Katey Sagal with additional input from creator, Kurt Sutter.

Both actresses discuss their shooting experiences as well as what it was like to watch 'the grisly sequence' play out:

Maggie Siff:

Watching it was really hard. Shooting it was really hard. Because the character ends, my experience of shooting it was really about feeling everything around me, which was Katey and Charlie — and that was really painfully hard. The sense of loss is really [about] the people you leave behind — and I was so aware of their loss.

:

First of all, I love Maggie. We’ve been the little female island in this testosterone world. It’s so interesting because as an actor, it was kind of awesome to do things you haven’t done — I’ve never killed anyone violently in anything before. It was really hard to watch. Charlie was so devastatingly beautiful at the end, and everybody.

:

I don’t know. I can’t really speak to the Tara haters. [Laughs] The Tara haters love Jax and Jax loves Tara, so therein lies the confusion for me. The people out there who want Tara to die, I find that confusing on a number of levels… If you root for Jax then you sort of root for Tara and Jax because they love each other and she’s a big part of his happiness. I think the Tara haters are kind of irrational. [Laughs]

:

Working with these two women — obviously Katey being my wife — I had never intended for the female characters to jump out and become as strong as they have been. It was this organic arc that happened because I had these two actresses who can turn a 5 or 6 on the page into an 8 or 9 or 10 on the screen… I want to thank Maggie...for making me a better writer these last six seasons.

Source: Read the full interview at TV Line

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