Eddie Spears Net Worth: Produced Edward Spears on November 29, 1982, in Chamberlain, South Dakota, he is a part of Kul Wicasa Oyate Lakota (often called “Sioux”) Lower Brule Tribe. Eddie was only 10 years old when he first began playing, getting his first role in the TNT production of Geronimo. Soon after, he found himself getting bigger characters, eventually taking on the lead on 2004’s Black Cloud. The climbing performer may be seen on the drama The Slaughter Rule (2002), in addition to on TV movies like Dreamkeeper (2003) and Edge of America (2004). 2005 marks his performance on the miniseries Into the West, and his becoming a mentor at the 2nd annual HatcH audiovisual festival in Bozeman, Montana. Eddie’s next role was on the TV movie Bury My Heart in Wounded Knee. He then reserved the role of Josep Black Moon on the AMC series Hell on Wheels (2011-/). Along with playing, Eddie Spears also was present on earth of modeling. In 2005, he along with his brother Michael modeled for Native American fashion designer, Cochiti Pueblo Virgil Ortiz.
November 29, 1982
Chamberlain, South Dakota, United States
Actor, Model, Activist
United States of America
The Slaughter Rule, Edge of America, Dreamkeeper, Black Cloud, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Yellow Rock, Guns, Girls and Gambling, Bone Tomahawk, Timberwolf
He is a member of the Lakota Sioux Lower Brule Tribe of South Dakota
He can dance both the traditional and grass ceremonies
He is an avid outdoorsman with hunting, fishing, archery and rodeo experience.
Can speak Lakota
Has 5 brothers & a sister
He attended and was a mentor at the 2nd annual HatcH audiovisual festival in Bozeman, Montana in October 2005. HatcH is a film and arts festival whose mission is to provide mentorship, education, inspiration, and recognition to the next generation of creative innovators.
When he was cast for the lead in Black Cloud (2004), directed by Ricky Schroder, he trained three months prior with legendary boxing trainer Jimmy Gambia to perfect his boxing skills. The story is about a Navajo boxer training for the Olympics while struggling with the secrets of his family's heritage. One of the scenes was filmed in Las Vegas during the 2003 Golden Gloves National Championship.
Most rewarding role to date: Shane Chasing Horse DreamKeeper (2003).