Dayton Callie stars in "Sons of Anarchy" on FX as Chief Wayne Unser.

Best known for his role as Charlie Utter on HBO’s "Deadwood," veteran actor Dayton Callie has amassed a wealth of film, television and stage credits during his career spanning two decades. In 2009 he did his first horror movie, Rob Zombie's "Halloween 2." He has performed in over 20 off-Broadway stage productions in New York City. His television credits include everything from "Kate and Allie" on up through "K-Ville," "John from Cincinnati," “The Miniature Killer" episode of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and dozens of other top-rated shows.

Callie’s feature film credits include two in which he has both written and starred: "The Last Days of Frankie the Fly" and "Executive Target," as well as "The Final Season," "Undisputed," "Derailed," and "Volcano." He also has written two other films, which he has in development at this time. Up next is "The Motel Life" with Dakota Fanning, Emile Hirsch and Stephen Dorff.




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