Forrest Goodluck

Forrest Goodluck

Highest Rated: 90% Blood Quantum (2019)

Lowest Rated: 37% Cherry (2021)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

Born and raised in New Mexico, Forrest Goodluck began acting in his eighth grade production of "A Charlie Brown Christmas." His love of the craft eventually led to him to casting director Rene Haynes, who was known for working with Native Americans in such films as "Dances With Wolves" (1990) and the Twilight Saga. Haynes cast the young Goodluck in the Chris Eyre film "Man Called Buffalo" which didn't make it to production, as well as "Jane Got A Gun" starring Natalie Portman, which also fell through when director Lynne Ramsay left the project and Goodluck's role was eliminated from the script. The first produced film in which Goodluck appeared was the Alejandro Gonzáles-Iñárritu film "The Revenant" (2015). In the critically lauded film, Goodluck played Hawk, the son of Leonardo DiCaprio's Hugh Glass.

Highest rated movies

Blood Quantum The Miseducation of Cameron Post I Used to Go Here
Indian Horse
The Revenant Cherry




37% 69% Cherry Unknown (Character) - 2021
84% 42% I Used to Go Here Animal (Character) - 2020
90% 40% Blood Quantum Joseph (Character) - 2019
86% 76% The Miseducation of Cameron Post Adam Red Eagle (Character) $904.7K 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Mud Joseph (Character) - 2018
80% 90% Indian Horse Saul 15 Years (Character) $1.9M 2017
78% 84% The Revenant Hawk (Character) $183.6M 2015


43% 90% The Republic of Sarah Tyler Easterbrook (Character) 2021
69% 71% The Liberator (Character),
Pvt. Cloudfeather (Voice)
71% 53% Designated Survivor Wesleyan Applicant (Guest Star) 2018