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Edward "Eddie" Spears is a member of the Kul Wicasa Oyate Lakota Lower Brulé Tribe of South Dakota.

Spears attended and was a mentor at the 2nd annual HatcH Audiovisual Festival in Bozeman, Montana. HatcH is a film and arts festival whose mission is to provide mentorship, education, inspiration, and recognition to the next generation of creative innovators.

Spears and his brother Michael have also been active with Native Wind and the COUP (Intertribal Council on Utility Policy) Native Energy, of which their father Pat Spears was formerly president. Personal Quotes:"Believe in yourself, anything is possible no matter who you are ,or where you come from. Find your path and stay on it."

Spears has been in the spotlight since age 10 starting with his first role in TNT's production of Geronimo, which was shot in Arizona.

Most recently, Spears played Gordon Red Hawk in the Second Season of the SyFy original hit show, Z Nation in Episode 10: "We Were Nowhere Near the Grand Canyon." He also guest starred as Big Ash in Episode 6 of Sleepy Hollow: "And the Abyss Gazes Back." Spears played the popular Joseph Black Moon from Season 1 to Season 2 of AMC's television series, Hell On Wheels.


Spears has said his most rewarding role to date was Shane Chasing Horse in the film Dreamkeeper. When cast for the lead in the 2004 film Black Cloud (directed by Rick Schroder), he trained for three months with boxing trainer Jimmy Gambia to perfect his boxing skills before filming started. The film is about a Navajo boxer training for the Golden Gloves with the promise of a spot at the Olympics while struggling with the secrets of his family's past. One of the scenes was filmed in Las Vegas during the 2003 Golden Gloves National Championship.















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Responses to "Meet Eddie Spears, Member of the Kul Wicasa Oyate Lakota Lower Brulé Tribe of South Dakota."

  1. Unknown says:

    wonderful love him EDDIE SPEARS. I WISH THEM ALL THE GOOD OF THE WORLD

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