Tatanka Wanbli Sapa Xila Sabe Means is an actress, comedian, boxer, businessman and Native American activist of Oglala Lakota, Omaha and Dine. He is known for his roles in Saints & Strangers and Tiger Eyes.
|Born||Tatanka Wanbli Sapa Xila Sabe Means, Feb 19, 1985, Chinle, Arizona, U.S.|
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, boxer, entrepreneur, activist|
|IMDb||Tatanka Means's IMDb|
Television actor and comedian who is best recognized for appearing in The Son, The Chickasaw Rancher, and The Windigo. He has also guest-starred in several episodes of The Night Shift.
He made his television debut in 2005 on the mini-series Into the West. In 2001 he won the USA National Boxing Championship.
He portrayed the character Wolf in Judy Blume's Tiger Eyes. His performance earned him Best Actor in a Leading Role at the Red Nation Film Festival.
He is the son of actor and activist Russell Means. His mother's name is Gloria. He has two brothers.
He appeared alongside Dylan O'Brien in the film, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.
- Native American male actor
Latest information about Tatanka Means updated on June 14 2021.