Jay Tavare // is an American film actor and blogger for The Huffington Post. He is an active supporter of non-profit groups such as the Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program. In 1999 Tavare won an American Indian Movie Award for Best Actor at the American Indian Film Festival for his role in Unbowed.
- Street Fighter (1994, as Vega)
- Executive Decision (1996, as Nabill)
- Unbowed (1999, as Waka Mani)
- Escape to Grizzly Mountain (2000, as Tukayoo)
- Adaptation (2002, as Matthew Osceola)
- Cold Mountain (2003, as Swimmer)
- El Padrino (2003, as Special Agent Sanchez)
- The Missing (2003, as Kayitah)
- Pathfinder (2007, as Black Wing)
- Turok: Son of Stone (2008, as Voice of Koba)
- Vatos Locos (2011, as Jimmy Cavera)
- Bone Tomahawk (2015, as Sharp Teeth)
- The Fifth Sum (2015, as Moctezuma)
- The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) (TBD, as Inmate 346)
- ^ Tavare, Jay. "Adopt a Native Elder: When the Spirit Moves You...". Huffington Post. Retrieved 9 December 2014.
- ^ Harrington, Richard (December 24, 1994). "Movies; `Fighter': Stay Home With The Joystick". The Washington Post (subscription required). Retrieved 9 December 2014.
- ^ Ebert, Roger (September 19, 2008). "Magnificent Obsession". Chicago Sun-Times (subscription required). Retrieved 9 December 2014.
- ^ Pillay, Suzanna (March 6, 2004). "A family lost, and found". New Straits Times (subscription required). Retrieved 9 December 2014.
- ^ Wilmington, Michael (April 13, 2007). "9th Century path strewn with a lot of blood, guts.(Movie review)(Video recording review)". Chicago Tribune (subscription required). Retrieved 9 December 2014.