Che Jim

Che is an actor, entertainer, educator, activist, and comedian born in Flagstaff Arizona and is an enrolled tribal member of the Navajo Nation. He made his first onscreen role at the age of 27 as the supporting character "Keith" in the horror movie "Dark Ground" by C&C filming productions. He later went on to film the movie "On Sacred Ground" by Big Picture Ranch productions in 2019 where he played the role of "Akicita" sharing the screen alongside Irene Bedard, David Arquette, Mariel Hemingway, and Amy Smart. Che landed his first lead role in 2021 in the movie "Glastenbury" where he plays the role of "Takota Powers" by Two Dogs filming productions. In his personal life Che has been known for his activism around indigenous environmentalism and his work as an indigenous cultural consultant in drug and alcohol sobriety programs and facilities across the country. In 2022 he was nominated for “Most Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role” by the Red Nation Film Festival. As a virtual skit comedian, Che has amassed over 2 million followers and was named one of the top 14 indigenous influencers by IZEA.com and one of the top 4 Indigenous influencers to follow by matriarchmovement.ca