Russell Means

Total Box Office:
 $12.7M
Highest Rated:
95% Sing Your Song (2011)
Lowest Rated:
0% Wagons East! (1994)
Birthday:
Nov 10
Birthplace:
Pine Ridge, South Dakota, USA
Bio:
Once described as "the most famous American Indian since Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse," Oglala/Lakota Sioux Russell Means made a name for himself as an activist two decades before he became an actor. Born in Pine Ridge, SD, near the storied Black Hills, Means joined the late '60s cultural foment as…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
66% Tiger Eyes
  • Willie Means
$25.2k 2013
Holy Man: The USA vs Douglas White
  • Russell Means
-- 2012
Columbus Day Legacy
  • Actor
-- 2011
95% Sing Your Song
  • Russell Means
$47.7k 2011
87% Reel Injun
  • Actor
-- 2009
Rez Bomb
  • Actor
-- 2008
Unearthed
  • Actor
-- 2007
11% Pathfinder
  • Pathfinder
$10.2M 2007
Brando: The Documentary
  • Actor
-- 2007
29% Black Cloud
  • Bud
-- 2005
61% The Last Shot
  • Actor
$0.4M 2004
0% 29 Palms
  • The Chief
-- 2002
Cowboy Up
  • Actor
-- 2001
Ring of Fire: An Indonesian Odyssey
  • Actor
-- 2000
19% Thomas and the Magic Railroad
  • Billy Two Feathers
$2.0M 2000
Black Cat Run
  • Actor
-- 1998
29% Pocahontas II - Journey to a New World
  • Powhatan
-- 1998
Wind River
  • Washakie
-- 1998
Song of Hiawatha
  • Actor
-- 1997
56% Pocahontas
  • Powhatan
  • Director
-- 1996
The Pathfinder
  • Arrowhead
-- 1996
Buffalo Girls
  • Actor
-- 1995
Windrunner
  • Actor
  • Director
-- 1994
47% Natural Born Killers
  • Old Indian
-- 1994
0% Wagons East!
  • The Chief
-- 1994
94% The Last of the Mohicans
  • Chingachgook
-- 1992


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
88% Banshee
2013-2014
  • Benjamin Longshadow
2013
Curb Your Enthusiasm
2000-2011
  • Actor
2004

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Quotes from Russell Means's Characters

    1. Powhatan: When I see you wear that necklace, you look just like your mother.
    2. Pocahontas: I miss her.
    3. Powhatan: But she is still with us. Whenever the wind blows through the trees, I feel her presence. Our people looked to her for wisdom and strength. Someday, they will look to you as well.
    From Pocahontas. Submitted by Victoria R (3 months ago)
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