"Quinn knows every pimp and hooker in a 300 mile radius."
―Happy, about Quinn[src]

Rane Quinn is a member of SAMCRO on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Played by American actor Rusty Coones, Rane makes his debut on the episode "Andare Pescare" in the series' fifth season. Formerly a member of the Indian Hills charter and the President of the Nomad charter, Rane plays a recurring role through the series' fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons, and was last seen in the series' finale episode, "Papa's Goods", in the series' seventh, and final, season.



Season 2Edit


As President of the Nomads, he accepts Tacoma member Happy Lowman’s transfer to his charter (“Albification”).


Quinn is contacted by SAMCRO President Clay Morrow because his Vice President, Jax Teller, wants to transfer to the Nomads. He accepts Jax's transfer and sends him a letter of acceptance, though Jax ultimately decides to stay with SAMCRO (“Balm”).

Season 3Edit

"The Push"Edit

Quinn accepts Happy’s request to transfer from the Nomads to SAMCRO (“The Push”).

Season 5Edit

"Andare Pescare"Edit

The Nomad charter disbands (“Sovereign”). When three of his former Nomads, GoGo, Greg the Peg, and Frankie Diamonds are revealed as traitors to their new charter, SAMCRO, the Redwood Originals call Quinn for information (“Toad's Wild Ride”). He locates Frankie, who has been stripped of his patch and sentenced to meet Mr. Mayhem, in Tahoe, where he has hooked up with the Pirelli Crime Family. Then Quinn takes SAMCRO to talk with Leo Pirelli and helps them track down Frankie, who is killed by Pirelli (“Andare Pescare”).

"To Thine Own Self"Edit

Season 6Edit

"Sweet and Vaded"Edit

Quinn, now a member of the Indian Hills charter, talks with SAMCRO member Bobby Munson (“Straw”). Later, he and Bobby talk with Las Vegas member Hopper (“One One Six”). Next, Bobby, Quinn, and Hopper travel to Reno to recruit Orlin West and Allesandro Montez (“Poenitentia”). Bobby has handpicked the four of them to join SAMCRO (“Salvage”). Though Hopper backs out, Quinn, West, and Montez are transferred to SAMCRO. His first act as a member of the Redwood Originals is to vote yea on the patching in of prospect Ratboy Skogstrom (“Sweet and Vaded”).

Season 7Edit

Quinn, Montez and West are tasked with burying the bodies of SAMCRO's victims throughout the season. In the final episode, Quinn is shown to be happy with patching in T.O. Cross. When Ratboy asks is T.O.'s name is actually Taddarius, Quinn responds by saying, "Call him that to his face and see what happens." Later, along with the other members of SAMCRO, Quinn sadly votes in favor of Jax meeting Mr. Mayhem. His final appearance is him sitting in silence in Red Woody along with the rest of SAMCRO, saddened by the loss of their leader.

Murders CommittedEdit



Season 5 appearances
"Sovereign" "Authority Vested" "Laying Pipe" "Stolen Huffy" "Orca Shrugged"
"Small World" "Toad's Wild Ride" "Ablation" "Andare Pescare" "Crucifixed"
"To Thine Own Self" "Darthy" "J'ai Obtenu Cette"
Season 6 appearances
"Straw" "One One Six" "Poenitentia" "Wolfsangel" "The Mad King"
"Salvage" "Sweet and Vaded" "Los Fantasmas" "John 8:32" "Huang Wu"
"Aon Rud Persanta" "You Are My Sunshine" "A Mother's Work"
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"

Mentioned inEdit

Season 2 mentions
"Albification" "Small Tears" "Fix" "Eureka" "Smite"
"Falx Cerebri" "Gilead" "Potlatch" "Fa Guan" "Balm"
"Service" "The Culling" "Na Trioblóidí"
Season 3 mentions
"SO" "Oiled" "Caregiver" "Home" "Turning and Turning"
"The Push" "Widening Gyre" "Lochán Mór" "Turas" "Fírinne"
"Bainne" "June Wedding" "NS"
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