Zahn McClarnon Married, Wife, Gay, Family, Net Worth
Date: 27 Feb, 2017
A Native American actor, Zahn Tokiya-ku McClarnon, best known for his performance as Hanzee Dent in the second season of the television series "Fargo," as well as his recurring role as tribal police chief Mathias in the television series "Longmire."
Zahn was in the movie "Into the West" back in 2005; he also starred in the 2009 film "Not Forgotten" and a comedy film "Repo Chick" pluses being in a horror movie called "Resolution." Zahn also played Mike in TV series as well with his first four episodes "Sundance The Red Road." Portraying Hanzee Dent in the second season of the "Fargo," another TV series where his performance met with critical acclaim.
He appeared in the TV series "Timeless" acting as a US Marshall Grant in one of its episode "The Murder of Jesse James." Since then in 2012, McClarnon has portrayed the Cheyenne reservation Chief of Indian Tribal Police, Mathias, in "Longmire," a Netflix television series and for the Bay Watch loyal fans may have guessed it he also had a minor role in the television series, Baywatch 2013.
His Net Worth:
Zahn has acted in many films over the years but has not recently released any new movies including his net worth. Because of his work, he may have millions of dollars and has earned thousands of dollars because of his past acting jobs giving him an above average lifestyle.
A Lonely Life for The Actor:
He has no gay, no history and rumors of him having any girlfriend or even a wife. He has not been seen with another girl or a guy, therefore, assuming that he is still not married still. Maybe he is still looking for the right person to enter his life who can cherish his life and spend the rest of his life happily and have children and family.
However, he has always managed to keep his personal life under a shadow; he has not opened up yet about what is looking for, or if he wanted to stay single.
A quick below the average height of 5 feet 6 inches for Zahn and as for his past participations he was a presenter at the "National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications Vision" awards in 2006 because Zahn is also of a Native American and Irish descent, he also has a fraternal twin brother. Born to a Hunkpapa Lakota mother and Irish father, McClarnon grew up in Denver, Colorado.
Growing up near Browning, Montana Zahn would often visit the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, spending time with his grandparents, but his mother remained on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota.