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Gary Dale Farmer (born June 12, 1953) is a Canadianmarker actor.

History

Farmer was born in Ohsweken, Ontario into the Cayuga nation and Wolf Clan of the Haudenosaunee/Iroquois Confederacy. Farmer attended Syracuse Universitymarker and Ryerson Polytechnic Universitymarker, where he studied photography and film production.

His first major role was on the CBC's Spirit Bay. He subsequently played police captain Joe Stonetree on the syndicated TV series Forever Knight. However, Farmer is known for his role as spiritual Native American guide Nobody in Dead Man. Farmer reprised the role for a cameo in Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, also directed by Jim Jarmusch. He also was the publisher of Aboriginal Voices magazine, one of the Founders of the Aboriginal Voices radio network, and is an avid supporter of native media projects in film, radio, television and the internet. He has won numerous awards and nominations from many native film festivals, and Canadian film awards.

Farmer has performed in both the film and television adaptations of Tony Hillerman's novels. He played Cowboy Dashee in the 1991 film The Dark Wind and Capt. Largo in Coyote Waits (2003) and A Thief of Time (2004). He was nominated for Independent Spirit Awards for his roles in the movies Powwow Highway, Dead Man, and Smoke Signals. Farmer also played the role of Fagin in Twist, the 2003 independent adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic.

He also has a blues band called Gary Farmer and the Troublemakers. The band has released two CDs, Love Songs and Other Issues in 2007 and Lovesick Blues in 2009.

References

  1. The Scene | HeraldTimesScene.com
  2. Gary Farmer is a member of the Cayuga nation within the Haudenosaunee
  3. Gary Farmer - Native Networks
  4. Gary Farmer Biography - Yahoo! Movies


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