Natar Ungalaaq


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Natar Ungalaaq is an actor, filmmaker, and well-known Inuit sculptor whose artwork is in many major collections of Inuit art worldwide. Before playing the lead role in Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner (2001), Natar played major roles in other Canadian and American films, including Kabloonak (1994), Glory & Honor (1998), and Frostfire (1994). See full bio »

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Known For

(2001)
Searchers Director
(2016)
Iqaluit Noah
(2016)

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 2019 Little Dog (TV Series)
Big Turk
- Round Fifteen (2019) ... Big Turk
- Round Eleven (2019) ... Big Turk
- Round Ten (2019) ... Big Turk
 2018 The Grizzlies
Pete
 2017 Frontier (TV Series)
Inuit hunter
- Wanted (2017) ... Inuit hunter
- Dead Reckoning (2017) ... Inuit hunter
 2016 Iqaluit
Noah
 2013 Maïna
Tadlo
 2013 The Legend of Sarila
Ukpik (English version, voice)
 2011 Futurestates (TV Series)
Siku
- That Which Once Was (2011) ... Siku
 2008 The Necessities of Life
Tiivii
 2004 Sleep Murder (TV Movie)
Jimmy Tarniq
 2001 Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner
Atanarjuat
 1998 Glory & Honor (TV Movie)
Ootah
 1994 Frostfire (TV Movie)
 1994 Trial at Fortitude Bay (TV Movie)
Tommy
 1994 Kabloonak
Mukpullu
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TV commercial for Land Rover/Range Rover, 2006.
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Carving buddy of director Zacharias Kunuk before they sold their handmade objects d'art to buy their first camera gear in 1981 and start a production company based in an Inuit community that didn't even have a TV.

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