|Real Name||Nathaniel Arcand|
|Net Worth 2023||$5 million USD|
|Birthday (Year-Month-Day)||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada-11-13|
|Height||1.8 m or 5 ft 11 inches|
|Weight||kg or 0 pounds|
|Kids Names||Griffin Powell-Arcand, Griffen Arcand, Jaden Arcand, Trisha Arcand|
|Born||November 13, 1971|
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Nathaniel Arcand (born November 13, 1971) is a Canadian actor. He is known for his first major role in the Canadian drama series North of 60, in which for three seasons he played William MacNeil, smart-mouthed and cocky, a troubled, misunderstood teen. In 1997, he was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category "Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series" for the North of 60 episode "Traces and Tracks."
Life and career
He was raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He is Nēhilawē (Plains Cree), from the Alexander First Nation Reserve. Essential supports throughout his life are Nathaniel's mother and his great grandparents.[clarification needed] Nathaniel has one daughter, Trisha O'Chiese, and two sons, Jaden Plaizier and Griffin Powell-Arcand. Griffin is also an actor.
Arcand's most recent role is Clinton Skye in FBI: Most Wanted, an American TV Series on CBS. One of Arcand's longest running roles is that of Scott Cardinal on the CBC series Heartland. Also in television, Nathaniel portrays Victor Merasty on Blackstone, "an unmuted exploration of First Nations’ power and politics" set in a small Plains Cree community. In one of his latest film roles, Arcand portrays Nathan in the comedic drama Two Indians Talking, which won the 2010 Vancouver International Film Festival Most Popular Canadian Film Award.
|1994||Savage Land||Tree Climber|
|1996||Stone Coats||Lil Crow||Not released|
|1996||Crazy Horse||Little Hawk||Based on a true story|
|1998||The Legend of Two Path||Wanchese|
|1999||My Brother||Billy||Short film|
|2000||The Doe Boy||Junior|
|2001||Speaking of Sex||Calvin|
|1999||Grey Owl||Ned White Bear||Based on a true story|
|2001||American Outlaws||Comanche Tom|
|2001||Virtual Insanity||Daniel||Short film|
|2003||Ginger Snaps Back||Hunter|
|2005||From Cherry English||Traylor||Short film|
|2004||BIGFOOT, The Unknown Territory||John Eagleheart|
|2006||Pathfinder||Wind in Tree|
|2010||Two Indians Talking||Nathan|
|2017||Dead Again in Tombstone||Bull Dog|
|2020||Indian Road Trip||Billy|
|2021||Portraits from a Fire||Gord|
|1994-1997||North of 60||William MacNeil|
|1996||Due South||David||Episode "The Mask"|
|2002||Grandpa and Me||Grandpa||Short film|
|2002||Caitlin's Way||Deputy Garth Crowchild|
|2002||Jeremiah||Shashona||Episode "Man of Iron, Woman Under Glass"|
|2002||Before We Ruled the Earth|
|2003||100 Days in the Jungle||A Navajo from Utah|
|2003||The Lone Ranger||Tonto|
|2003||Da Vinci's Inquest||Vern Walker|
|2002||Wildfire7: The Inferno||Red|
|2004||Smallville||Jeremiah Holdsclaw||Season 3, episode "Talisman"|
|2005||Into The West||Brings Horse|
|2005||Da Vinci's City Hall||Cage||Season 1, "Isn't Very Pretty But You Can Smoke It" (episode 3), "One Man, Two Jobs" (episode 4), "Put Down the Hose, Pick Up a Gun" (episode 5)|
|2005||Waking Up Wally: The Walter Gretzky Story||Paramedic|
|2007||Montana Sky||Adam Wolfchild|
|2007||Moose TV||Clifford Matthew|
|2009||Murdoch Mysteries||Jimmy||Season 2, Episode 12: "Werewolves"|
|2007–2019, 2021||Heartland||Scott Cardinal||Main role seasons 1–4; Recurring role seasons 5–11, 15|
|2011||Blackstone||Victor Merasty||Season 1, 9 episodes: "Future, What Future?", "A New Beginning", "White Bread Red Class", "Suffer the Children", "Ditch Monkey", "Daddy's Home", "Bingo Night", "Push Pull Twist Turn", "Time's Up" Relevant content to Aboriginal Peoples Television Network|
|2013||Arctic Air||Bruce Ward||Season 2, 5 episodes: "Bombs Away", "Open Season", "There's Gold in Them Thar Hills", "Hell Hath No Fury", "Ts'inada",|
|2017||Frontier||Wahush||Season 2, 3 episodes: "The Wolf and the Bear", "Cannonball", "Return of the Wolf"|
|2017||Bull||Makya "Mack" Benally||Season 2, Episode 5: "Play the Hand You're Dealt"|
|2017||Supernatural||Derek Swan||Season 13, Episode 9: "The Bad Place"|
|2019||FBI||Special Agent Clinton Skye||Guest Role|
|2019||Black Summer||Governale||Recurring Role|
|2020-2021||FBI: Most Wanted||Special Agent Clinton Skye||Main Role 17 Episodes|
|TBA||Avatar: The Last Airbender||Chief Arnook||Post-production|
Awards and recognition
- Best Supporting Actor, American Indian Film Festival 2005 for Johnny Tootall
- Performing Arts Award, Aboriginal Role Models of Alberta 2006
- Best Actor Nomination, Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival 2010 for Two Indians Talking
- Best Actor Nomination, American Indian Motion Picture 2010 for Two Indians Talking
Nathaniel Arcand is a lead character in both the film Two Indians Talking by director Sara McIntyre and in the television series Blackstone. In both the film and the television series, he shares the screen with two of the same actors: Carmen Moore and Justin Rain.
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- "Biography". Nathaniel Arcand Official Fansite. Retrieved May 24, 2014.
- "Griffin Powell-Arcand - IMDb". IMDb. Retrieved October 19, 2018.
- "About Blackstone". Blackstone Cycle III Ltd. Retrieved May 24, 2014.
- "AWARDS ANNOUNCED VIFF 2010". Vancouver International Film Festival. Retrieved May 24, 2014.
- Williams, Caleb (August 20, 2022). "Meegwun Fairbrother & Nathaniel Arcand Join Netflix's 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' as Avatar Kuruk & Chief Arnook". Knight Edge Media. Retrieved August 25, 2022.
- "Festivals Archive". Native Networks. Retrieved November 10, 2011.
- "Nathaniel Arcand". Showcase.ca. Archived from the original on April 4, 2012. Retrieved November 10, 2011.
- "Two Indians Talking". Kiss Dust Pictures. Archived from the original on September 24, 2013. Retrieved November 10, 2011.
- "Cast of Two Indians Talking". Kiss Dust Pictures. Archived from the original on August 10, 2011. Retrieved November 10, 2011.
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