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Ken Haas is the father of Diosa International escort Sandy on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Played by American actor John Lacy, he appears only on the episode "Playing with Monsters" in the series' seventh, and final, season. He was mentioned in the series' subsequent episode, the Season 7 episode "Poor Little Lambs".

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Season 7Edit

"Playing with Monsters"Edit

Ken is seen arguing with his daughter Sandy over money she owes him and they fight over her purse. Gemma Teller Morrow breaks up the scuffle and slaps Ken, who responds by slapping her back. Nero Padilla sees this and grabs Ken, throwing him against a table and punching him twice before the fight is broken up. Gemma's son, Jax Teller learns from Lieutenant Althea Jarry that Ken is pressing assault charges against Nero and Gemma. Later, Gemma and Jax arrive at his house (as they had gotten the address from Sandy) and she gives him an upside-down cake as an apology. Jax enters the house and brutally assaults Ken in retaliation for hitting Gemma and lying on the events that actually happened at Diosa. ("Playing with Monsters")

"Poor Little Lambs"Edit

Jarry reveals that Ken has survived the incident and also dropped the assault charges against Nero and Gemma. At the ice cream shop, Jax openly admits to Jarry that he was the one responsible for brutally beating up Ken, as he was a scumbag who tried to extort money from his own daughter. ("Poor Little Lambs")

AppearancesEdit

Appearances-Logo-SOA Season 7 appearances
"Black Widower" "Toil and Till" "Playing with Monsters" "Poor Little Lambs" "Some Strange Eruption"
"Smoke 'em if You Got 'em" "Greensleeves" "The Separation of Crows" "What a Piece of Work is Man" "Faith and Despondency"
"Suits of Woe" "Red Rose" "Papa's Goods"
Appearances-Logo-SOA Season 7 mentions
"Black Widower" "Toil and Till" "Playing with Monsters" "Poor Little Lambs" "Some Strange Eruption"
"Smoke 'em if You Got 'em" "Greensleeves" "The Separation of Crows" "What a Piece of Work is Man" "Faith and Despondency"
"Suits of Woe" "Red Rose" "Papa's Goods"