Pete Sands, far left, Mo Brings Plenty, Gil Birmingham, Cole Hauser, Kevin Costner and Wes Bentley in a scene from "Yellowstone."
Photo by Emerson Miller/Paramount Network via AP
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"Yellowstone" has everything a Western should – breathtaking vistas, land battles and Kevin Costner. There's also something rare in the Paramount Network series: prominent First Nations storylines and parts. Comanche on his father's side, Birmingham has played Native Americans and others in such titles as "Hell or High Water" and "Wind River," both written by "Yellowstone" creator Taylor Sheridan.Birmingham's turns in "Wind River" and "Hell or High Water" earned him the Thomas Rainwater role.
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