When it comes to the cast of “Yellowstone,” few actors bring the level of authenticity that Native American Mo Brings Plenty gives his character.
On “Yellowstone,” Mo Brings Plenty plays “Mo,” a multi-talented and loyal Broken Rock Tribe member and leader. Mo serves various roles within the Native American Tribe and acts as an advisor to Tribal Chief Joseph Rainwater. He also acts as Rainwater’s personal driver and serves as an “enforcer” of sorts within the tribe. Mo has had some unforgettable moments through the first three seasons of “Yellowstone.” Fans of the Paramount Network hit series hope we get even more of Mo in the upcoming new season.
Away from the “Yellowstone” set, Brings Plenty loves to spend time with his family and his horses. He is a big animal lover and is sometimes called up to provide rescue for wayward animals. He recently took to social media to share such an instance with his Instagram fans and followers. Brings Plenty and his wife, Sara Ann Haney-Brings Plenty recently rescued a group of stranded ducks. In the post, he says the act of rescuing animals is a great joy and feeling of accomplishment.
“The geese and duck rescue A team,” he says in the post’s caption. The “Yellowstone” star then explains how he and his family rescue stranded animals and care for them.
‘Yellowstone’ Star Rescues Animals
“When I am not working and am at home, Sara Ann and I spend a considerable amount of time being asked or called out to rescue injured wild animals so they can be rehabilitated and released back into the wild,” he says. “Often, when they can’t, especially with the ducks and geese, they come home with us where they live the rest of their days. The Brings Plenty family is always growing. We love our four-legged and furry family members — the more the merrier!”
“Yellowstone” fans were quick to praise the Brings Plenty family for their generosity and willingness to help animals. Among the hundreds of “likes” for the post is Mo Brings Plenty’s young co-star Brecken Merrill, who plays Tate Dutton on the show.
There is no official word on when the brand new season of “Yellowstone” will begin. After initially believing early summer was a likely starting point for season four, it now appears that won’t be the case. Many now think it will be late summer, possibly August, before the new season premiere. “Yellowstone” producers could be waiting until the summer Olympics to wrap up before moving forward with the season.
“Yellowstone” fans have made clear they would like an expanded role in season four for Mo Brings Plenty. Some have even suggested the Native American could team up with Rip Wheeler to take out Dutton family attackers.
That is something practically every “Yellowstone” fan would love to see