What Sons Of Anarchy's Drea De Matteo Is Taking From The Set
Drea De Matteo is one lucky TV actress, starring in not one but several fan-favorite TV shows that have resonated with viewers. Due to her popularity on HBO’s The Sopranos as well as FX’s more recent series Sons of Anarchy, Matteo has been able to take home some pretty sweet props over the years. Now that Sons of Anarchy is wrapping up production, she admits she had a tough time figuring out what she wanted to bring home from the set.
According to de Matteo, her status on the series as recurring character Wendy, a trouble stirrer and the baby Mama of Jax’s son Abel, always made her feel like a little bit of an outsider on the series. Even though she’s now a main character in Season 7, she still felt uncomfortable when the Sons of Anarchy people began asking her which props she wanted. Here’s what she eventually came up with.
While a vest might be the most stereotypical prop related to Sons of Anarchy, de Matteo says it should fit right in with all of The Sopranos gear she accrued over the years.
I love it the most that Matteo kept her stunt hair, although it's pretty cool she revered her demise scene on The Sopranos enough to fight for her right to the outfit she died in. Obviously, she may not have to fight for the same sort of outfit on FX's violent series. Sons of Anarchy hasn’t ended its lengthy run, just yet. When last we left Wendy, she was alive and kicking, although it remains to be seen whether or not she will make it all the way to the finale on December 9. Maybe she’ll be able to nab another “death outfit” to sit in a closet with The Sopranos one. And maybe she’ll live happily ever after. Stranger things have happened.
If you want to hear more from de Matteo regarding her time on shows as varied as The Sopranos, Desperate Housewives and more, check out her full Reddit AMA.
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