Born deep in the Rocky Mountains stands a man today who reaches 6'7 and 270 lbs of solid mountain man. He hunts and survives as the mountain men did in the mid-1800s. Born of Indian ancestry and trained by true Mountain Men, Laramy "Sasquatch The Mountain Man" Miller uses only a hand made bow and a traditional .54 caliber Hawken Rifle to travel the route the mountain men did. From deep in the Canadian Rockies to the plains of the Midwest hunting, trapping and surviving off the land. He does it all the hard way, the "Sasquatch" way – in a world of high-tech hunters, weapons and technology, Laramy "Sasquatch" Miller, shows us what real hunting and living in the great wilderness truly is.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Sasquatch Mountain Man - Tiny Ron Taylor - Netflix
Ronald “Tiny Ron” Taylor (born November 21, 1947) is an American film actor and former basketball player. He is possibly best known as Lothar in The Rocketeer (1991) and as Roc in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994), roles that exploited his 7 ft (2.13 m) frame and craggy features. He also played Al, the tall police detective whose face is never seen, in The Naked Gun (1988) and on the TV series Police Squad!. He has also appeared on television, including seven episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as the Hupyrian manservant Maihar'du, and two episodes of Star Trek: Voyager as the Hirogen alpha Idrin. Taylor was born in Torrance, California. He attended North Torrance High School and graduated from the University of Southern California.
Sasquatch Mountain Man - Sports career - Netflix
Taylor was drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics in the second round of the 1969 NBA Draft, but never played in the NBA, instead playing in the American Basketball Association. He played for four teams from 1969 to 1972: the New York Nets and Washington Caps (1969–70); the Virginia Squires (1970–71); and the Pittsburgh Condors (1971–72). He played 75 of his 77 career games in his first season, 72 of them for the Nets. He scored 371 total points (4.8 ppg), 294 total rebounds (3.8 rpg), and 68 assists (0.9 apg). He also played some basketball in Austria before deciding to be an actor.
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