6 Beautiful Native Men Who Are Proud Of Their Culture (Part II)
4- Cody Jones: Actor and stuntman Cody Jones, an enrolled Eastern Shoshone of the Wind River Indian Reservation, grew up on a ranch in Wyoming and in Texas.
When not acting, Cody enjoys spending time with his grandfather working with horses on the family ranch and driving across the country to enjoy its beauty. On television,
Cody recently starred in an episode of “Deadliest Warrior,” where he played the Jaguar in “Aztec Jaguar vs. Zande Warrior.” He also appeared in a second “Deadliest Warrior” episode, “Comanche vs. Mongol.”
5- Larry Yazzie is an actor and executive, known for No Blood of Mine (2016), Grey Owl (1999) and Older Than America (2008). Raised on the Meskwaki Indian Settlement in central Iowa, Larry Yazzie immersed in the traditional ways of the Meskwaki people
Larry Yazzie’s world is vibrant—colorful, alive and beautiful. That energy inspired him to pick up his dancing shoes at the age of 7. Now 45, this multi-talented dancer, singer, educator and international lecturer has become a much sought–after performer here and abroad—a de facto Native cultural ambassador.