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Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 5:00 pm | Updated: 9:57 pm, Wed Apr 17, 2013.

Actor Wes Studi this weekend will become the second Native American ever inducted into the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Hall of Great Western Performers in Oklahoma City.

In an interview from his home in Arroyo Hondo on Wednesday, Studi said the honor is particularly significant because “I’m the only one who’s still alive.”

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2 comments:

  • Rita Hestand posted at 9:03 am on Sun, Apr 21, 2013.

    Redameter Posts: 1

    I loved Wes in Last of the Mohicans. He was so believable. And the look on his face when he tried to get Alice to come with him after he killed Lucious. (probably didn't spell that right). Anyway he's overdue for awards. The man can act. Like Daniel Day Lewis, he is his character.

     
  • P.J. Catanach posted at 10:03 am on Thu, Apr 18, 2013.

    PattyjoCatanach Posts: 30

    I always liked Tony Hillerman's novels. And when I saw Studi portray Joe Leaphorn, he gave a face to a very likable character. Congratulations to him on his award. It is well deserved.

     

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