To understand Wes Studi as an actor, one needs to only look at his life. He was raised in a household that spoke only Cherokee, was sent to an orphanage to learn English, ended up in Vietnam at the height of the war and came back during the flowering of the social revolutions of the 1960s and early 70s. On the cover, Studi attends the world premiere forA Million Ways to Die in the West in Westwood, California, in 2014. By Wilhelm Murg. P.45
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