As reported by Variety, silver screen veteran Graham Greene has tossed his hat in the ring to appear on “1883.” According to the scoop, he’ll play a character named Spotted Eagle: a Crow elder who encounters James Dutton and alerts him to the existence of Paradise Valley, recommending he settle his family there. This is a major inclusion for the show, seeing as Greene’s experience in the entertainment industry dates back to the 1970s, and classic titles riddle his filmography — all platforms for him to put out fine work as an on-screen talent.
Graham Greene got his first taste of the cinema in 1976 via “Bei Shao lin,” launching a remarkable career that would span screens big and small. He popped up in projects like “The Campbells” and “Powwow Highway” before springboarding into the mainstream with his Academy Award-nominated performance as Kicking Bird in 1990’s “Dances With Wolves.” In the years to follow, he landed spots in “Die Hard with a Vengeance,” “The Green Mile,” and “Defiance,” among a host of others. Some of his latest credits include “American Gods” and “Antlers,” both from 2021.
Fans will get the chance to see Graham Greene’s Spotted Eagle in action when the inaugural season of “1883” premieres on Paramount+ on December 19.