Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse ~ Lakota

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Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse
Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse

Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse (born April 28, 1976) is a Native American actor. He is a member of the Rosebud Lakota Sioux Nation, the son of Chief Joseph Chasing Horse and Winifred Chasing Horse.

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Chasing His Horse was cast to play the part of Smiles A Lot (Lakota: Iȟá s’a) in Kevin Costner’s movie Dances with Wolves. He starred in three TNT telefilms with First Nations actor Eric Schweig: The Broken Chain, Into the West and Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.


  • Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007, HBO Films) — One Bull
  • Into the West (2005, TV miniseries) — Sleeping Bear
  • Dreamkeeper (2003, TV) — Verdel
  • The Broken Chain (1993, TV) — Young Joseph Brandt
  • Dances with Wolves (1990) — Smiles A Lot
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