It's not a bad day at work when you just have to take your shirt off for a big franchise movie. There are worse jobs out there!
I remember hearing stories from my mother and father about their parents and grandparents when they were taken off the reservation, taken to the boarding schools, and pretty much taught to be ashamed of who they were as Native Americans. You can feel that impact today.
I think people should look at learning about Native American history the same as visiting Washington, D.C., and seeing the monuments there. It's all part of the package.
I feel like giving back is in my blood.
There was a point - when I was a kid - where I said I wanted to be like Luke Skywalker, with blond hair and blue eyes. My mom right there told me to never be ashamed of who I am.
What I like about New York City is nobody cares. If they do, they don't ever approach. They just give you a 'What's up?' and that's it.
I went to an all white school where I dealt with racism.
I just want to do really good work.
I'm Lakota Sioux.
Where I come from, there were traditions with my race and whenever you faced a curve in life, there was always a tradition.
On the film sets of 'New Moon' and 'Eclipse,' I feel safe. It's like you're in the center of the hurricane, but outside is where it starts to get chaotic.
It's just amazing to do something that's part of a pop culture phenomenon.
A couple of girls I've signed autographs for have just cried or broken out into tears.
I have my own production company called Urban Dreams.
I like working with different directors; it keeps you on your toes.
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