Mylo (I) Ironbear filmography and biography
Date of birth: 4 December 1965, Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA
Mylo (I) Ironbear trivia
- Is the nephew of Native American Actor 'Floyd 'Red Crow Westerman.
- Native American Actor. Member of the Spirit Lake Tribe, Dakota Nation.
- Was a member of the American Indian Registry of Performing Arts, founded by the Native Greats in film and Televison Will Sampson and Jay Silverheels.
- Graduated from Four Winds High School, Fort Totten, North Dakota.
- As a child, along with Benjamin Bratt (I), was part of the Alcatraz prison takeover 1969-71. Returning in 1997 as Co-Organizer of "We Hold the Rock" Celebrations.
- Grandmother Mabel IronBear was a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, Belcourt, North Dakota.
- Spoke Dakota, Lakota, Cheyenne, Broken English, and some Crow on the mini series "Into the West" and helped sing two songs for the series.
- Worked with Gil Birmingham on his Lakota broken English Language for the movie Skins.
- Performed for William Shatner's Annual Hollywood Charity Horse Show (1997).
- Performed on stage singing a Native American song at the House of Blues Hollywood during the Celebration of Martin Luther King's Birthday.(1997).
- On the set of Family Law along with portraying a Tribal Council member was also a stand in for G. Paul Davis better known to the Indian community as Native Rapper "LiteFoot" better known as "The Indian in the cupboard" fame.
- Concrete Blondes Bassist and Lead Singer Johnette Napolitano gave Thanks to Mylo on the Concrete Blondes 2004 Album CD Mojave, friends since meeting after a new years eve Concert in Hollywood.
- Became friends with Journey's Bass Player Ross Valory after getting a ride across the Bay Bridge after working for a Corprate gig where members of Journey where playing in San Francisco.
- Created and Directed First Americans Night with the Oakland A's Vs Anahiem Angels, on field activities consisted of Native Hawaiians along with Native American Indians coming together on the field singing and dancing. Mylo borrowed all the singers and dancers from a Pow-wow being held in Oakland for the Event.
- Directed on field activities for American Indian Day at Candlestick park, San Fransico, June 1998 (SF Giants VS Seattle Mariners).
Mylo (I) Ironbear filmography
|Cowboys & Aliens||2011|
|Sons of Anarchy||2008|
|10 Items or Less||2006|
|Into the West||2005|
|The Last Shot||2004|
|Real Women Have Curves||2002|
|Crazy as Hell||2002|
|That's My Bush!||2001|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2000|
|Perry Mason: The Case of the Killer Kiss||1993|
|The Return of Ironside||1993|
|Perry Mason: The Case of the Glass Coffin||1991|
|Best of the Best||1989|