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Zack Morris

as Chief Ten Bears


Zack Morris is a member of the Sac & Fox Tribe of Oklahoma. Traditional Native American dancing has sent Zack all over the United States and 15 foreign countries to perform in various music hall theaters, festivals and schools. Zack’s current dance troupe is the Oklahoma Fancy Dancers. He is a traditional educator in Native American history and culture to various audiences. His 29 years of sobriety led him to be a volunteer speaker on drugs and alcohol topics inside Oklahoma prisons.

Zack started his acting career in 2001 as an extra in the episode of “Walker Texas Ranger.” In 2004, he was an extra in the movie The Alamo. After a short break from acting, Zack returned in 2016 to play the lead actor in the Native American play “Manahatta,” produced by the Oklahoma City Theatre Company. In 2016, Zack was an extra in the western series, “The Son,” starring Pierce Brosnan. He also had a role in The Good Earth Film project in Des Moines, Iowa. His most recent role was an extra in the movie Woman Walks Ahead.

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