Moses Brings Plenty

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Moses Brings Plenty

Mo Brings Plenty is the Narrator/Host of Urban Rez. He is of the Lakota Nation born and raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. He is a gifted musician, actor, model and devoted spokesperson who travels the nation advocating for the rights of Indian communities. As an actor, he has worked in television, film and theatre. Film credits include his most notable role to date as a principal actor in the DreamWorks film Cowboys & Aliens starring Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, directed by Jon Favreau (Iron Man I and II). Other films include Rez Bomb, Hidalgo and Pirates of the Caribbean. He has played several traditional roles in The History Channel’s movie Comanche Warrior where he played the role of “Quanah Parker” and “Crazy Horse” in their investigating history documentary, Who Killed Crazy Horse. On television, he portrayed the “Comanche Hero” in Deadliest Warrior. Overseas, he participated in the BBC’s piece Custer’s Last Stand. As a musician, he is a traditional drummer, percussionist, and vocalist. He is a former member of the award-winning musical group Brule’ and has contributed his traditional musical acumen and Lakota language to several of Brule’s songs. Currently, Mo’s talent and flair can be seen with his own band and production that will be hitting the streets everywhere, in the very near future. When Mo isn’t traveling the United States and Canada fulfilling his speaking, acting and performance obligations, he spends his time between Los Angeles, South Dakota and Kansas.

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Narrator/Host/Actor
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Lakota

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