"What really gets under my skin is that not a single Native American media outlet has covered the new (Indigenous) actors in the new Paramount Series, 1923. "- Ota Au Films
Taylor Sheridan's expansive television world, which began with television's most watched show "Yellowstone" and continued with last year's entertaining frontier drama "1883," continues with "1923". For a very long time, the Dutton family has fought against their own greed, ruthlessness, and the (perhaps misguided) desire to maintain the status quo. In Episode 6 of 1923, Spencer (Brandon Sklenar) and Alex (Julia Schlaepfer) are in danger. Fortunately, a big boat comes to save them. For this reason, they have settled on a wedding ceremony in transit. As a stopgap measure, Cara and Jack are now managing the hotel. Jacob can now grasp a cane to help him walk. He must take vengeance for the death of Banner Creighton. Teonna Rainwater (Aminah Nieves), posing as Joe, a young boy, is traveling with Hank. As we saw last week, Teonna's father could not get in touch with him until Hank (Michael Greyeyes) had his son reach out to him. Episode 7 promotional materials include a character named Pete Plenty Clouds.
But who exactly is Pete Plenty Clouds?
Teonna Rainwater, now on the road with Hank, follows the original story by burning her school belongings to conceal her whereabouts. She takes on a masculine character and names herself Joe in an effort to evade capture. Pete Plenty Clouds is featured in the promotional artwork for Episode 7. It's likely that Hank's son will go out and seek for resources to support Teonna. A quick exchange revealed that "Hank" has been told that his kid would be back soon. In this scenario, Father Renaud, played by Sebastian Roché, ambushes Hank and Teonna, and it's up to Pete Plenty Clouds to either rescue the day or find Hank and Teonna. From here, a romantic relationship between Teonna and Pete is highly improbable, but not impossible. We anticipate a delay but hope to provide something before the 1923 autumn season concludes.
Can you tell me who plays Pete Plenty Clouds in the "1923" prequel?
The show's new main character, Pete Plenty Clouds, is introduced by Cole Brings Plenty. Cole is intriguing because he is Mo Brings Plenty's nephew, and his father is Joseph Brings Plenty Sr. Joe teaches Lakota culture to students at the Takini School on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. Chief Joseph Brings Plenty Sr., the former chairman of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, is the brother of Mo. Mo Brings Plenty is an actor who portrays "Mo" in Taylor Sheridan's hit "Yellowstone" series. The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe's reservation was where Joe spent his childhood. His mother and father, Enoch Brings Plenty and Della Makes Room, have lots of love in their hearts for him. Joe's great-grandparents are his maternal grandparents, Moses Makes Room and Margaret Roach, and his paternal grandparents, Philip Brings Plenty and Sophie Smith.
People in his area look up to Joe as a cultural leader and a teacher. He currently sits on tribal council for the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST). Before tribal council he served many years in the law enforcement field for CRST. He has seen numerous cases of children being taken from their homes and witnessed the many hardships of his people. Each year, he organizes a retreat where individuals can partake in sweat lodges and other forms of traditional healing (Way of the Warrior). He holds a sweat lodge ceremony (a traditional healing ceremony) once a week and an annual program (Way of the Warrior). Joe is also the head boxing coach for the Wolves Den Boxing Club a non-profit organization. He is a proud member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and makes his home in Eagle Butte, South Dakota with his children and lovely wife Joni Brings Plenty.
In the pictures above, Cole Brings Plenty poses with series regulars Luke Grimes (Kayce Dutton) and Rudy Ramos (Felix Long) on the set of Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4 "Horses in Heaven," in which he makes an appearance.
Cole's parents are Joseph Sr. and Joni Brings Plenty.