Saginaw Grant was 52 when he first appeared on screen in a credited role.

Saginaw Grant was 52 when he first appeared on screen in a credited role.

Message From an Elder: Watch ‘The Legacy of Saginaw Grant’

Actor Saginaw Grant (Sac and Fox, Iowa and Otoe-Missouria) is one of the most recognizable faces in Indian country. He's also a proud keeper of Native culture who shares his wisdom with younger generations, and he's concerned about the direction in which some of those young people are headed. In this 10-minute documentary, produced by Native Driven Network, the iconic performer known for his work on The World's Fastest Indian, The Lone Ranger, Winter in the Blood and Breaking Bad shares his thoughts on the importance of preserving Native culture, leading a spiritual life, and learning from one's elders.

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