Tatanka Means

Tatanka Means, accomplished actor, comedian, and equality advocate, starred in the Emmy Award-winning miniseries Into the West, created by Stephen Spielberg. In it, he played one of history's most influential Native American leaders, "Crazy Horse," a role that earned him high praise among the stellar cast of Native American actors – one of the largest ever assembled. From there, Means appeared in Comanche Moon, a three-part miniseries for CBS; The Burrowers, a horror-western film that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival; We Shall Remain: After the Mayflower, a series special for PBS; and as a guest star on USA Network's In Plain Sight. Most recently, Means can be seen opposite Virginia Madsen on the ABC comedy-drama Scoundrels and in the upcoming motion picture Sedona. [+]