OUTSTANDING ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
Red Nation Film Festival 
Once Upon a River


‚ÄčENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR

National Indian Gaming Association


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
American Indian Film Festival 
Tiger Eyes

BEST MALE ACTOR 
Dream Speakers Film Festival 
Derby Kings

BEST ACTOR 
Nevada International Film Festival 
Derby Kings 

BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
Red Nation Film Festival 
Tiger Eyes

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A SERIES
Red Nation Film Festival
Saints & Strangers

BEST COMEDIAN 
Best of the City 
Albuquerque The Magazine 

ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 
American Indian Business Leaders

Awards 

Tatanka Means is an award-winning actor and stand-up comedian from Chinle, Arizona. He represents the Navajo, Oglala Lakota, and Omaha Nations. His most recent film is the highly anticipated "Killers of The Flower Moon" directed by the legendary Martin Scorsese and is now available on AppleTV+. Means is currently filming on Kevin Costner's new epic western saga, "HORIZON." He can been next in "Wind River: Rising" "Outer Range" "OPUS" "ECHO" and has just begun filming on season one of the new NETFLIX series, "RANSOM CANYON"


Tatanka performs stand-up comedy throughout Indian Country spreading laughter and messages of motivation and inspiration to all ages.
  He has become one of the busiest and most in-demand touring Native comedians performing today. Means also developed his own apparel company, Tatanka Clothing, street wear apparel created to uplift and inspire cultural empowerment.


Tatanka was named "Entertainer of The Year" by the National Indian Gaming Association. He is proud to be an alcohol & drug-free sober performer.

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