ALICE IN CHAINS' JERRY CANTRELL Makes Cameo In HBO's 'Deadwood: The Movie'

ALICE IN CHAINS' JERRY CANTRELL Makes Cameo In HBO's 'Deadwood: The Movie'

ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell made a cameo in the new HBO film "Deadwood: The Movie".

"Snuck into a shot or two in the 'Deadwood' movie courtesy of W. Earl Brown," wrote Cantrell in an Instagram post. "Standing next to Garret Dillahunt here. I am a huge fan of the show and have become good friends with Earl and Robin Weigert (who plays Calamity Jane) over the poker table and other shenanigans. I gave Ian McShane (who plays Al Swearengen) a vinyl copy of 'Rainier Fog' that day too. Was fun to be in the background watching the professionals do their thing. Check it out c**ksuckers!"

Actor W. Earl Brown, who plays Dan Dority in "Deadwood", played filmmaker Alan Poole McLard in the ALICE IN CHAINS mockumentary "AIC23".

Cantrell and ALICE IN CHAINS are currently touring overseas in support of Grammy-nominated album "Rainier Fog" and will return home for a co-headlining run with KORN that kicks off July 18 in Austin, Texas.

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