Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse
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|Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse|
April 28, 1976 |
Rosebud, South Dakota, United States
Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse, aka Nathan Chasing Horse and Nathan Chases His Horse (born April 28, 1976) is a Native American actor. Formerly from the Rosebud Lakota Sioux Nation, he has spent most of his adult life in California, and now lives in Las Vegas, NV.
Chasing His Horse played the part of Smiles A Lot (Lakota: Iȟá s’a) in Kevin Costner's movie Dances with Wolves. He appeared in three TNT telefilms with First Nations actor Eric Schweig: The Broken Chain, Into the West and Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.
On July 6, 2015, Chasing His Horse was banished from the Fort Peck Indian Reservation as a "safety threat", due to charges of "human trafficking, drug dealing, spiritual abuse and intimidation of tribal members."
- Dances with Wolves (1990) - Smiles A Lot
- The Broken Chain (1993, TV Movie) - Young Joseph Brant
- Dreamkeeper (2003, TV Movie) - Verdel
- Into the West (2005, TV Mini-Series) - Sleeping Bear
- Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007, TV Movie) - One Bull
- Montclair, Louis (July 9, 2015). "Actor, "Medicine Man" Chasing Horse banished from Fort Peck - Tribal leaders, community members say he is a danger to youth". Fort Peck Journal. Retrieved July 12, 2015.
- Montclair, Louis, "Tribal leaders finalize banishment of Nathan Chasing Horse, a safety threat" in the Fort Peck Journal, July 9 2015;he also got with a 16 year old child two years ago at Indian Country Today Media Network July 17, 2015. Accessed July 18, 2015
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