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Reevis, Steve (Steven Reevis)

Reevis, Steve (Steven Reevis)


Full name, Steven Reevis; born in Browning, Montana; son of Curley and Lila Reevis; married Macile (an artist and clothing designer); children: three sons. Education: Attended Haskell Indian Nations University.


Actor. DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA, arena director for 21st Annual Pow Wow and American Indian Art and Film Festival, 2001; active with American Indian civic, charitable, and educational programs. Also worked as auto mechanic.


Film Appearances:

Indian, Twins, Universal, 1988.

Indian child, Grim Prairie Tales: Hit the Trail to Terror (also known as Hellbent), Academy Entertainment, 1990.

First Sioux and first warrior, Dances with Wolves, Orion, 1990.

Indian in desert, The Doors, TriStar, 1991.

Chato, Geronimo: An American Legend, Columbia, 1993.

Two Bears, Posse, Gramercy, 1993.

Yellow Wolf, Last of the Dogmen, Savoy Pictures, 1995.

Sioux Chief Whistler, Wild Bill, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1995.

(As Steven Reevis) Shep Proudfoot, Fargo, Gramercy, 1996.

Freddy, Follow Me Home, New Millennia, 1997.

Sam Keno, The Outfitters, New Skivvies Films, 1999.

Sim Lundy, Highway 395, Creative Light Worldwide, 2000.

Two Stone, The Missing, Columbia, 2003.

Baby Face Bob, The Longest Yard, Paramount, 2005.

Film Work:

Special horse rider, War Party, 1988.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Older Loved by the Buffalo, Into the West, TNT, 2005.

Worm, Comanche Moon, CBS, 2007.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Two Hearts, Lakota Moon, 1992.

Grey Eyes, Miracle in the Wilderness, 1992.

Crazy Horse, TNT, 1996.

Mule, Horse Sense, Disney Channel, 1999.

Jack Buck, Wild Grizzly, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"The Only Goode Indian," Goode Behavior, 1997.

Jake Stonecrow, "Mayday," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1997.

Sheriff Lamont Nez, "The Outrage," Promised Land (also known as Home of the Brave), CBS, 1997.

Sammy Wheeler, "Return of Jimmy Blackhorse," JAG, CBS, 1998.

John Wolf/Lone Wolf, "Way of the Warrior," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1999.

Enoch, "Poker #2," Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2002.

(Uncredited) Dwight Baylow, "Eminence Front: Part 2," Line of Fire, ABC, 2004.

Hawk Man, "Finnegan Again, Begin Again," LAX, NBC, 2004.

Ranger Sherman Rivers, "The Man in the Bear," Bones, Fox, 2005.

Also appeared in Unsolved Mysteries.



Life, Love, and Earth (educational music video), Shenandoah Films, 1999.

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