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      • Grant has appeared in numerous films and television shows. Saginaw Grant played Grey Cloud, an ally of Indiana Jones, opposite Harrison Ford in the 1993 episode "Mystery of the Blues" of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. He played the Gatekeeper in the 1999 film, "Purgatory". He played Chief Big Bear in the 2013 film The Lone Ranger.
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    Saginaw Grant, Actor: The Lone Ranger. Saginaw is the Hereditary Chief and a respected member of the Sac and Fox, Iowa and Otoe-Missouria Nations. In 1936, Saginaw Morgan Grant was born to Sarah and Austin Grant Sr. at Pawnee Indian Hospital in Pawnee, Oklahoma. He was raised on a farm in Cushing, Oklahoma with two brothers and one sister. Having a traditional upbringing by both parents...

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  3. Saginaw Morgan Grant (July 20, 1936 – July 27, 2021) was a Native American character actor, best known for The Lone Ranger, The World's Fastest Indian, Community, and Breaking Bad. He was an award-winning musician, Pow Wow dancer, motivational speaker and the Hereditary Chief of the Sac and Fox Nation.

  4. Saginaw Grant. actor. Born July 20, 1936 in Pawnee, Oklahoma, USA. Saginaw is the Hereditary Chief and a respected member of the Sac and Fox, Iowa and Otoe-Missouria Nations. In 1936, Saginaw Morgan Grant was born to Sarah and Austin Grant Sr. at Pawnee Indian Hospital in Pawnee, Oklahoma. He was raised on a farm in Cushing, Oklahoma with two ...

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    • July 20, 1936
  5. Saginaw is the Hereditary Chief and a respected member of the Sac and Fox, Iowa and Otoe-Missouria Nations. In 1936, Saginaw Morgan Grant was born to Sarah and Austin Grant Sr. at Pawnee Indian Hospital in Pawnee, Oklahoma. He was raised on a farm in Cushing, Oklahoma with two brothers and one sister. Having a traditional upbringing by both ...

    • Morgan Saginaw Grant
    • July 20, 1936 in Pawnee, Oklahoma, USA
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    He was a well-known actor who appeared in a lot of films and television shows. Saginaw Grant appeared in the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles episode “Mystery of the Blues” from 1993, in which he played Grey Cloud, an ally of Indiana Jones who stood up to Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones. Among his other roles are the Gatekeeper in the 1999 film “Purgatory” and Chief Big Bear in the 2013 film The Lone Ranger, to name a few examples. He appeared in the Breaking Bad episode “Ozymandias,” in which he played a man who sells his truck to Walter White, and he served on the American Indian Advisory Board of the San Diego International Film Festival from 2012.

    Talking about his marital status then we don’t know who is or was his wife as no official reports are available for the same. However, Saginaw is survived by three granddaughters: Cassandra, Vanessa, and Della, and four grandchildren Joseph, Sherry Jo, Stephen, and Micah Littlecrow. He used to spend a lot of time with his family, talking and laughing. Saginaw died peacefully in his sleep on July 27, 2021. His publicist and friend claimed that he died of natural causes.

    Saginaw had a total net worth of 1.5 million dollars, which was entirely derived from his love of acting and dedication to the craft of the profession. To his career and vocation, he has given his all and is completely dedicated to them.

    The San Diego Film Festival presented Saginaw with the American Legacy Award, which he accepted.
    The Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation has given Saginaw the lifetime achievement award for his work.
    Saginaw was given The Native American Music Awards as a Living Legend for his contributions to the music industry (NAMA).
    Earlier this year, his album “Don’t Let The Drums Go Silent” was awarded the NAMA’s Record of the Year award.
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