Cowboy humorist who never met a man he didn't like and appeared in Judge Priest in 1934 and Steamboat Round the Bend in 1935. As one of the leaders of the Progressive Era, he became the highest-paid actor in Hollywood.
He was an American Cowboy and actor, which is ironic because he was a quarter Cherokee.
He once performed in front of Woodrow Wilson, who thoroughly enjoyed his performance.
In his youth, he spent time trying to become a successful ranch owner in Argentina.
His father was Clement Rogers, a Cherokee judge and Confederate veteran.