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Saginaw Grant, ‘The Lone Ranger’ & ‘Breaking Bad’ actor, dead at 85

He was also the hereditary chief of the Sac & Fox Nation of Oklahoma.

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Saginaw Grant, prolific Native American actor of “The Lone Ranger” fame died on Wednesday aged 85.

He also had a guest-starring role in AMC’s “Breaking Bad” where he played a truck driver in the 2013 episode, “Ozymandias.”

He was also the hereditary chief of the Sac & Fox Nation of Oklahoma.



His publicist Lani Carmichael confirmed the news in a statement to the Associated Press saying that he passed away at a private care facility in Hollywood, California.

“His motto in life was always respected one another and don’t talk about one another in a negative way,” she said.

The news of his death was also shared on his Facebook page, stating: “It’s with heavy hearts we announce a warrior has been called home. Saginaw Morgan Grant, the hereditary chief and medicine man of the Sac & Fox tribe, traveled the world speaking of his traditions, his experiences, his sobriety, and his faith as both a Native American and a Christian.”

Twitter mourns the death of the celebrated actor.

 

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