If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
Jax’s old lady Tara has always been the character to whom viewers relate most: As long as this strong, intelligent woman is willing to stay in this outlaw world, it’s safe for us to play in it, too. In season 5, Siff had to simultaneously steel and unravel Tara to the point that we wanted her to get out — with or without Jax. Even as she lost her chance to flee in the finale, she could only show cracks. ”He’s crying,” she said, struggling to comprehend that Tara couldn’t go comfort her baby because she was being led away in handcuffs. In that moment, we also felt punished.—Mandi Bierly, Emmys: 15 Actresses We’re Rooting For, EW.com
"I miss Maggie Siff. Maggie Siff was such a strong presence on the show and she was so great with her kids and us as a crew. I mean, part of my job is I have a crew of 200 people that I have to sort of marshal to do Sons of Anarchy, every episode in 7 days, and so the actors’ relationship with the crew - which you all probably don’t talk about because you’re so interested in the writing [laughs] - is really a big dynamic that influences it. And when actors are assholes, it becomes problematic; when actors are great and sensitive and prepared, it makes a huge difference. And there’s not a day that we shot Maggie Siff where she didn’t make the crew happy, where she didn’t make the directors happy, where she didn’t make everybody involved want to be on the show longer. She came and visited the set with her baby and it stopped the shooting because everyone loves her so much!"
Charlie Hunnam of SOA Message to Comic Con 2014 Attendees (by AlienLOVChild)