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Actor Wes Studi to be in Western 'Hall of Greats'
Thursday - 4/18/2013, 12:58pm EDT
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) -- Actor Wes Studi is set to become the second Native American inducted into the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum's Hall of Great Western Performers in Oklahoma City.
The Santa Fe New Mexican reports (http://bit.ly/10212I0 ) that the Dances with Wolves and The Last of the Mohicans star will be inducted Saturday with the late-film noir actor, Robert Mitchum.
The Arroyo Hondo resident is also known for his roles as the Apache leader in "Geronimo: An American Legend" and Navajo detective Joe Leaphorn in the made-for-TV movies based on mysteries by the late New Mexican writer Tony Hillerman.
The only other American Indian in the Hall of Great Western Performers is Jay Silverheels, a Canadian Mohawk First Nations actor known for playing Tonto in the 1950s television series The Lone Ranger.
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