Native American Actors Jay Tavare  Red, white, purple or green, this is an beautiful man.

"Native American Actors Jay Tavare Red, white, purple or green, this is an beautiful man." Did the film company make him wear this to make him appear more "Indian"?

Jay Silverheels was a Mohawk First Nations actor. He was well known for his role as Tonto, the faithful Native American companion of the character, The Lone Ranger in a long-running American television series. Wikipedia Born: May 26, 1912, Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation, Canada Died: March 5, 1980, Calabasas, CA Parents: A.G.E. Smith Children: Jay Silverheels Jr. Spouse: Mary Diroma (m. 1945–1980), Bobbie Smith (m. ?–1943)

Jay Silverheels was the first Native American actor to get a starring role in a television series. Though he had several smaller parts, he was most well known for playing the Lone Ranger’s companion, Tonto, in the first TV western series.

Rodney A. Grant    Native American actor, born the 9th of March, 1959 in Nebraska, USA. After his biological parents abandoned him, his grandparents raised him from 6 months of age, up until 1982. Rodney has three daughters, two of which reside with their mother. He is now married to Lee-Anne, and they have a son...

Rodney Arnold Grant was raised on the Omaha Reservation in Macy, Nebraska. He is most known for his role as "Wind In His Hair" (Lakota: Pȟehíŋ Otȟáte) in the 1990 film Dances with Wolves.

Some idiot named "Kaia Bennett" actually pinned this image with the following fucking caption: "good looking Native American."

First Nations & Native American Celebs - a list by NativeFilmEnthusiast

John Hillerman   Actor on Magnum PI    Died November 9, 2017 (aged 84)  Houston, Texas, U.S.

John Hillerman Actor on Magnum PI Died November 9, 2017 (aged 84) Houston, Texas, U.S.

Closeup of John Wayne (1907-1979) American actor. He is shown seated, facing the back of the couch on which he is seated. Ca. 1940s-1950s.

Closeup of John Wayne (1907-1979) American actor. He is shown seated, facing the back of the couch on which he is seated. Ca. 1940s-1950s.

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