Rod Rondeaux is a popular American actor and stuntman. He has worked on the 2005 miniseries, Into the West, Comanche Moon in 2008, The Cayuse in the 2010 film, Meek’s Cutoff and the lead role in the 2015 film, Mekko. He also worked as a stuntman in Reel Injun and Comanche Moon.
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Rod Rondeaux Height & Weight
|Height||In Feet : 5′ 8″ ft|
In Meter : 1.78 m
In Cm : 178 cm
|Weight||In Pound : 158 lbs|
In Kilogram : 70 Kg
|Body Measurements||44-28-40 inches|
|Biceps Size||21 inches|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size (US)||14|
Rod Rondeaux Bio
Rondeaux’s discovery of film stunt work was serendipitous. He was originally asked to be a double in the film Crazy Horse for actor Michael Greyeyes, which kickstarted years of rodeo experience as a horse rider, bull rider, steer wrestler and team roper.
He also received the outstanding accomplishment in stunts award from the First Americans in the Arts in 2001.
Rondeaux was honored with two accolades for his performance in the 2015 film, Mekko. He won the best actor award at the 40th Annual American Indian Film Festival and the 2015 Red Nation Film Festival.
|Real Name||Rod Rondeaux|
|Age||age 63–64 (As of 2022)|
|Famous As||Into the West, Comanche|
Moon in 2008
Rod Rondeaux Career
Rondeaux’s first part was Tall Bull in John Irvin’s Crazy Horse, which was released in 1996. The language spoken by Rondeaux for his part as a mysterious and suddenly appearing Native American who joins a lost wagon train on the Oregon Trail was his own native language.
|Net Worth (As in 2022)||$6 million approx|
|Is she dead or alive?||Alive|
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Rod Rondeaux Wife
|Previous Dating?||Not Known|
|Wife Name||Name Not Known|
Rod Rondeaux Acting Highlights
In the 2015 movie “Mekko,” Rondeaux had his first big role as a man who was imprisoned for murder and served 19 years. After being released, he discovers that his family has refused to acknowledge him. He must face reality.
In addition, he must also cope with a violent individual. On the night before the production began, director Sterlin Harjo selected Rondeaux for the part. Having spoken to the actor a few times, Harjo had high confidence in him. He felt he had the appropriate life experience for the role because to his rodeo bull riding and Hollywood stuntman background.
Dennis Harvey, a film critic from Variety, gave high praise to Rod Rondeaux’s “soulful performance” in Babak Jalali’s 2018 film Land. Saying that the film was reminiscent of two other classic films set on skid row, On the Bowery (1956) and The Exiles (1961). This isn’t Rondeaux’s only work in 2018 though, as he also had a role Susanna White’s Woman Walks Ahead.
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