Dallas Goldtooth Joins Apple TV+ Series ‘Last Frontier’ Following ‘Reservation Dogs’ Success

In an exclusive update, it has been revealed that Dallas Goldtooth, renowned for his standout performance in the FX hit series Reservation Dogs, is set to join the cast of Apple TV+’s much-anticipated drama series, The Last Frontier, reports Variety.

Goldtooth, celebrated for his versatility as an actor and environmental activism, will bring his talents to the role of Hutch, the second-in-command U.S. Marshal stationed in a remote Alaskan outpost.

The series, which has received a 10-episode order from Apple, revolves around U.S. Marshal Frank Remnick, portrayed by Jason Clarke. Remnick faces a challenging task as he strives to maintain order in the rugged Alaskan terrain following a prison transport plane crash that unleashes violent inmates into the wilderness.

The description of The Last Frontier promises a gripping narrative with international political implications, raising anticipation among viewers. The addition of Goldtooth to the cast adds another layer of intrigue, considering his track record of compelling performances.

Dallas Goldtooth Joins Apple TV+ Series 'Last Frontier'

Goldtooth’s notable role in Reservation Dogs, where he not only showcased his acting prowess but also contributed as a writer, has solidified his place in the entertainment industry. The FX series, spanning three seasons, garnered critical acclaim and marked Goldtooth as a talent to watch. His recent appearance in the Marvel series “Echo” further exemplifies his diverse range as an actor.

Apart from his contributions to the entertainment realm, Goldtooth is recognized as a co-founder of The 1491s, a prominent Native American sketch comedy group. His involvement in environmental activism underscores his commitment to social causes beyond the screen.

As The Last Frontier unfolds, fans can expect a riveting performance from Dallas Goldtooth, adding depth to the narrative crafted by creators Jon Bokenkamp and Richard D’Ovidio. The series, executive produced by Jason Clarke, has also enlisted the talents of director Sam Hargrave for the pilot, with production by Apple Studios.

This casting update creates heightened anticipation for The Last Frontier, promising a captivating blend of talent, storytelling, and the picturesque yet challenging backdrop of Alaska.

Joanne Wells

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