There are plenty of stars to be found in the cast of the hit Paramount Network series “Yellowstone” but none more unique than Mo Brings Plenty.
The Native American actor plays Mo on “Yellowstone” and does so with a realistic vibe to his character. Brings Plenty fits into the “Yellowstone” storyline like a hand in a glove. He is a real-life rancher with a real fondness for horses and a love of the rodeo. This is a man who not only knows the western culture but lives it every single day. Other actors on the show like Forrie J. Smith (Lloyd) and Hassie Harrison (Laramie) have plenty of experience with the cowboy culture. But, Mo Brings Plenty adds real authenticity to the show that you may not find in the rest of the cast. The rancher has been there and done that and been around the barn a time or two.
The “Yellowstone” star has also become quite active on social media as of late. Brings Plenty seemingly enjoys interaction with the show’s enormous fanbase. He often shares photos or videos of his latest adventures to the delight of practically every “Yellowstone” fan. On Tuesday, he took to Instagram to show off some horse-riding skills and promote a rodeo event he recently attended.
“Yellowstone” Star Attends Kansas Rodeo
“Friday, August 20 at the 10th Annual Pro (PRCA) rodeo in Eureka, Kansas,” Brings Plenty says in the social media post. He also includes a brief video of some of the rodeo action going on at the event. Just look at those beautiful horses hitting full stride.
Several fans took to the comments section to thank the “Yellowstone” star for coming to the event and supporting the rodeo.
“Thank you for supporting Kansas rodeo,” a social media user writes in reply. “We enjoyed having you there. Hope you will come back sometime.”
“Thank you for coming!” another fan says. “We are so happy you made it!”
He doesn’t mention it in the post but it’s probably a safe bet to assume that Brings Plenty met several “Yellowstone” fans at the rodeo event.
In another social media post from a few days ago, Brings Plenty talks about his love of supporting young people who desire a ranching lifestyle.
“I have always been about supporting our young people, in any and every way that I can,” he says. “They are the future; they are our longevity as the human race, and that includes all youth, not just our native youth.”
“Yellowstone” fans are excited to see what season 4 has in store for Mo and the Broken Rock Tribe. They won’t have to wait much longer as the show will return in November.