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Ron Perlman (2014)

Ronald N. "Ron" Perlman is an American television, film and voice actor. He is best known for his roles as Vincent in the television series Beauty and the Beast, as the comic book character Hellboy in both 2004's Hellboy and its 2008 sequel Hellboy II: The Golden Army and as Clarence "Clay" Morrow in television series Sons of Anarchy. Perlman is a frequent collaborator of Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro, also having roles in his films Cronos, Blade II and Pacific Rim. He is also known for his voice-over work as the narrator of the post-apocalyptic game series Fallout, Clayface in Batman: The Animated Series, Slade in the animated series Teen Titans, The Lich in Adventure Time, The Stabbington Brothers in Disney's animated film Tangled and as the narrator of the television series 1000 Ways to Die.

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About the Ron Perlman Interview

I'm here at reddit eating a tuna sandwich. I just did a reddit AMA back in April. I can't believe you guys have more questions this quickly. Go ahead, ask away.

My new book Easy Street is now available on Amazon

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My latest show, HAND OF GOD, is now available on Amazon Prime.

And I'm also a part of the movie Book of Life, in theaters October 17.

retweet: https://twitter.com/reddit_AMA/status/517021100803653634

Edit: Just can't believe the amount of love and support I feel whenever I interact as I do in these AMAs. So much more I'd love to share with you. And a good way to begin to address that is for you to go out and spend twenty-three fucking bucks on my fucking book. Oh, and I think the fucking audiobook's even cheaper. You have to pay less to hear my story in my voice than to hear it in your own.

Ron Perlman Sep 30, 2014