AMERICAN INDIAN ACTORS

Native American actors share stories from stage and screen in a short film created for the Screen Actors Guild President’s Task Force for American Indians. W…
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  • Tina Pauli 9 months ago

    I enjoyed watching this and hope to see more of then in the movie :)

  • Natália Melo 9 months ago

    Beautiful video! I love their skin color, their hair, they are so beatiful!!
    I would love to see american indians acting in more movies!
    I’m from Brasil, and I don’t think we have brasilian indians acting…

  • Lilolindiriel 9 months ago

    Please let us see These fantastic people in the movies more and more. In Europe to.( its not all which reach us over here.)

  • 100001091057100001 9 months ago

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  • bookedtea 9 months ago

    Sorry for the other thing posting three times, it kept saying error and I didn’t know it actually posted. My apologies!

  • bookedtea 9 months ago

    Booboo Stewart supposedly has a bit of Native American in him. 

  • selkiepeople1 9 months ago

    Btw, my family is mixed but the blood in the veins that respond so quickly to the sound of the drum and singers…..that is a gift the ancestors left and genetic memory is real.

  • selkiepeople1 9 months ago

    thanks to the native actors and the ‘re-education’ of American history and Hollywood style ‘version of native peoples’ when they mixed up regalia from one tribe to another not to mention the languages. I am so pleased to see the actors bring truth to film and I would imagine that tears would be real many times. This nation is blessed to have those who keep the tradition and to educate this nation. At the end of the day Black Elk was right. The red road is the way to earth healing.

  • inotaishu1 9 months ago

    I remember one Depp fan actually using that fact to try and defend the casting of Depp. No idea why the guy thought it would work, because in my eyes it only makes it worse. In the 1950s they could find a Native to play it but today they supposedly could not? BS, I say. They didn’t even try and Depp’s costume is a bad joke. They even gave the character the same damn Tonto-language. There is no excuse for that.

  • Rachel Isakowitz 9 months ago

    And yet ironically, the character of Tonto in the TV series was played by a NATIVE AMERICAN (actor Jay Silverheels was a “Mohawk” indian).

  • inotaishu1 9 months ago

    So let be get this straight: In this Video alone they had 4 male Native actors and they still casted Johnny Depp as Tonto and Booboo Stewart as Warpath… Why? Are they realy gonna tell us that they could not find actual Natives for those roles?

  • Louis Profeta 9 months ago

    Indian singing is a book of poems about finding ways to endure in a confused world.

  • Louis Profeta 9 months ago

    Where character was born native!

  • Rachel Isakowitz 9 months ago

    Tamara has a beautiful singing voice :)

  • Rachel Isakowitz 9 months ago

    “I’m hate to say it, but I walked in there and said, ‘I got this.’” Hahaha

  • Rachel Isakowitz 9 months ago

    5:58 “I’ve seen that face” LOL

  • Rachel Isakowitz 9 months ago

    Saw the Seinfeld episode with Kimberly Norris Guerrero in it, and it was hilarious!

  • MsWorthington100 9 months ago

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  • Tomas Houji 9 months ago

    Anybody has a single a idea what indian movie was when one indian nation attacked another, killed all of them apart from one guy and his family, the guy hid his wife and a kid in a hole and tried to escape the invaders. As far as i’m concerned, a group of invaders tried to hunt that guy down for killing the leader’s brother. In conclusion, the group of invaders died and the poor indian sturvived with his family. The last shot was when europeans’ ships were stopped in the shore.

  • tombear31 9 months ago

    Not to be a jerk off..but where are these AMERICAN ACTORS in our time of Need?? there trying to Take away our ppls treaties..and The native PPl are on news protesting..doing public Rallys??.. wheres Mr. Big Shot nightwolf now?? or where is all the hollywooders?? if they made a stand & the connections they have they can expoide this problem to the world.. but they wont, cuz their not getting paid!!

  • El Jai Thunderheart 9 months ago

    Thats Funny!

  • Ohni Marreekarr 9 months ago

    Where are the American Indians on my YouTube page? And why do Blacks and other Hollywood content keep getting deleted from my page? I tried the usual channels for my grievances but I just get ignored. This service treats me like excrement.

  • Nicole Williams 9 months ago

    I am shocked. I thought I was going to see Hillary Clinton, Justin Timberlake, Chuck Norris, Kim Basinger, Anne Hathaway, Megan Fox, Brad Pitt, Aaron Carter, Nick Carter, Miley Cyrus, Jessica Simpson, Ashlee Simpson, Julia Roberts, Quentin Tarantino, Farrah Fawcett, Dylan and Cole Sprouse, and pretty much all of the Caucasian actors in Hollywood who claim they are Native. I know you might not want to hear this, but whenever I hear someone is Native American, I always think of a white face.

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