Sara Ann Brings Plenty is an American actress and wife of Oglala Lakota television, film, and stage actor, Moses Brings Plenty. As an actress, Sara got recognition for appearing in an American neo-Western drama television series Yellowstone in 2018, created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson. Sara’s husband Moses, who is also a talented drummer and singer, gained popularity for portraying “Mo” in the television series Yellowstone. Some of his film appearances include Hidalgo, Thunderheart, and Pirates of the Caribbean. He has emerged as an advocate for equal representation of native people in mass media.
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|Full Name:||Sara Ann Haney-Brings Plenty|
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Sara Ann Haney-Brings Plenty’s Family Background
Sara’s husband Moses was born on September 4, 1969, on the Pine Ridge Reservation, in Porcupine, South Dakota, USA. He is considered to be a direct descendant of an Oglala Lakota warrior, Brings Plenty, who fought in the Battle of Little Big Horn. Sara married Moses Brings Plenty in 2009. The couple has a son Jerynce, who appeared in the TV series Yellowstone. Sara and Moses have not revealed much about their parents and siblings.
Sara Ann Haney-Brings Plenty’s Career
Sara has a small acting stint with the TV series Yellowstone, along with her husband Moses who also appeared in several episodes of the series aired on Paramount Network. In the History Channel documentary Comanche Warrior, filmed in the Wild Horse Sanctuary in the southern Black Hills, Sara’s husband Moses played the role of Quanah Parker. He appeared in The History Channel’s “Investigating History” documentary, Who Killed Crazy Horse, and BBC’s Custer’s Last Stand. He worked for the first movie on a reservation Rez Bomb. He also appeared in several theatres in Nebraska. He appeared as an Apache warrior in the science fiction Western film Cowboys & Aliens in 2011.
Apart from films, he has appeared in several episodes of the TV series AMC’s Hell on Wheels and the historical drama miniseries, The Good Lord Bird in 2020. Being an outstanding drummer, he has been performing in the traditional native Many Moccasins Dance Troupe, based in Winnebago, Nebraska. He also performed in several charity events for providing warm clothing and bedding to northern Indian reservations.
Sara Ann Haney-Brings Plenty’s Family Net Worth
Sara has not revealed her net worth and assets in the media. Her husband Moses has earned a net worth of $6 million from her career as a professional film and TV actor. He has several films and TV series to his credit. Singing and drumming have also been a major source of income for the 52-year-old native American actor, who served as a drummer for native American band Brule, and played for the charity event, Project Light House to help disadvantaged natives.