"Look, this is sanctioned. Zobelle knows all about this. I swear."
―Ule, to AJ Weston[src]

Ule is a member of the Aryan Brotherhood on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Played by American actor Jason Matthew Smith, Ule makes his debut on the episode "Potlatch" in the series' second season. Serving in AJ Weston's crew, and later replacing him as lieutenant to Ethan Zobelle, the leader of the League of American Nationalists, Ule, unlike Weston, is not a "true believer" of Weston's white supremacy beliefs, and is willing to put money before race. Playing a recurring role through the same season, Ule met his demise in the Season 2 episode "The Culling".


Ule is a member of AJ Weston's AB crew, though he thinks that his boss's unyielding white supremacism is holding them back from broadening their horizons and making larger profits.

Season 2Edit

When SAMCRO tries to steal the AB’s Irish guns from AJ Weston, Ule arrives with backup and engages with them in a shootout, forcing the Sons to retreat empty handed. Ule is openly insubordinate to Weston, telling him to go back to the cigar shop. Ule and Zobelle deliver the guns to the (Hispanic) Mayans Motorcycle Club behind Weston’s back.

Later, Weston, Ule, and several other Aryans go with Ernest Darby, the leader of the Nordics, to burn down SAMCRO’s porn studio, Cara Cara. They betray Darby, knocking him out and leaving him to die in the fire.

Zobelle and Ule meet with Marcus Alvarez, President of the Mayans Oakland charter, and make a deal: the Mayans will transport heroin to Stockton State Prison, which will be distributed by the Aryan Brotherhood. Ule starts up production, cooking heroin with two Hispanic women. When Weston finds out about the deal he kills the women and holds Ule at gunpoint. When Ule confirms that Zobelle sanctioned the partnership with the Mayans, Weston shoots him in the head, killing him.


Season 2 appearances
"Albification" "Small Tears" "Fix" "Eureka" "Smite"
"Falx Cerebri" "Gilead" "Potlatch" "Fa Guan" "Balm"
"Service" "The Culling" "Na Trioblóidí"
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