- "A freak with clout. He's number three in the Brotherhood now."
- ―West, on Tully
Ron Tully is a shot caller for the Aryan Brotherhood on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Played by American actor and musician Marilyn Manson, Ron makes his debut on the episode "Black Widower" in the series' seventh season. Playing a recurring role through the series' seventh, and final, season, he is currently incarcerated in Stockton State Prison. Ron was last seen in the Season 7 episode "Red Rose".
Ron is currently incarcerated in Stockton State Prison.
Jax Teller brutally assaults a man who was going to turn on the Aryans, carving a swastika in his stomach and pulling out two of his teeth to get in good with Tully and his men. Tully accepts the offer to work with Jax, saying that he may need a few more things from him in the future.
In episode 10, "Faith and Despondency" it opens with a montage of many different couples having sex, one of them being Ron Tully and Juice Ortiz, who has a very plain look on his face as he's being raped on a small bench. Tully grows fond of Juice, even reading him poetry and giving him cocaine to relax him.
In the episode Suits of Woe, Tully sets up a meeting between Jax and Juice where Juice confesses the truth of Tara's murder to Jax.
Juice is later offered a chance for protection by Ryu Tom and the remaining incarcerated Triads in exchange for him killing Tully. However, Juice knew Tully's death would impact SAMCRO's relations in prison. Juice gives Tully a scalpel and asks him to let him finish his pie. After that, Tully gets the other AB members to start a riot, where Tully stabs Juice in the neck, killing him.
- Tully is the only character to kill a main character (Juice) and survive the series.
- Tully reveals to Jax that he has dogs on the outside that he misses dearly. This is possibly a reference to Manson's dog that was allegedly poisoned by a neighbor during Manson's childhood.
|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"|