Snoop Dogg is confirmed as a guest start in the next season of Trailer Park Boys. Season 10 which is currently filming up in Canada, will also include Tom Arnold and Doug Benson in multiple episodes.
Trailer Park Boys which gained fame in Canada in the early/mid 2000’s and in the late 2000’s in the United States after being added to Netflix follows the residents of Sunnyvale Trailer Park up in Canada. Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are the main characters played by Rob Wells, John Paul Tremblay, and Mike Smith respectively. The three actors also serve as the main writers of the show. Every episode from seasons 1-9 are currently on Netflix for viewing. Alex Lifeson of Rush and Sebastian Bach formerly of Skid Row have served as guests in the past as well. Click HERE to view more photos of Snoop Dogg on set for filming of season 10 of Trailer Park Boys.
Tanisha Rushton woke Brittany Pictou up early on Wednesday morning.
“Snoop Dogg’s here, we’ve got to get going,” Rushton, 19, declared.
Pictou, 18, wasn’t long getting out of bed.
As a cold rain fell on their trailer park, Rushton and Pictou scrambled down Wild Chance Drive to meet the famous rapper.
For his part, between smoking small cigars and acting in scenes for the upcoming season of the Trailer Park Boys, Snoop Dogg took the time to pose for photos with star struck area residents.
Georgie Blenkhorn even got a hug.
“Oh, he seemed like such a nice man,” said the woman who didn’t give her age but would have a decade or two on the rapper.
So what was Snoop Dogg doing in a Colchester County trailer park?
“The boys met him last summer at a festival in British Columbia and they all got along,” said Gary Howsam, producer of the television show Trailer Park Boys, which is filmed in Rushton and Pictou’s community.
“They appeared in his show in L.A. and so we figured a way to fit him into the upcoming season.”
Howsam declined to ruin the surprise of next season’s plot lines, but did say Snoop Dogg, along with Tom Arnold and Doug Benson, will be appearing in multiple episodes.
Pictou and Rushton will be watching.
“This sort of thing doesn’t really happen in Truro,” Pictou said.