William Lucking is a veteran character actor who has lent his formidable presence to more than 150 film and television productions. A tall, solidly built man with average-Joe looks, he managed to have a decades-spanning career largely due to his slightly intimidating appearance. Winning his first screen roles in the late 1960s, Lucking appeared in dozens of major television shows during the 1970s and continued his run of mostly one-off spots into the 1980s, while picking up occasional supporting movie roles. In 1982, he was featured in the lauded Civil War miniseries "The Blue and the Gray" (CBS), and he remained a go-to TV guest star, notably appearing in a recurring role on the sci-fi show "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (Syndicated, 1993-99). In 2008, he finally found a regular gig on the biker saga "Sons of Anarchy" (FX, 2008-14), and was featured on the show for three years. Though Lucking's name isn't readily recognizable, his prolific career has covered enough ground that his face will ring a bell for almost any casual movie or television viewer.