Charactor Of Paramount Network's Drama Series 'Yellowstone'
Forrie J. Smith | Biography
Performed stunts in the TV features such as 'Rambo,' 'Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992), Posse,' 'Lightning Jack'
Smith was wrangling for the movie 'Hell or High Water'when he was cast in 'Yellowstone.' He was in the enclosure then, handling the horses, befriending them, and engaging with them with his 50' rope when Taylor, the director of Yellowstone, approached him and suggested he'd get a part in it. He instantly agreed.
Forrie J. Smith is a real-life cowboy and actor most known for his portrayal as Lloyd Pierce in the TV series Yellowstone.
Who Is Forrie J. Smith?
Forrie J. Smith has worked in the film industry as a stuntman, actor, and occasional extra crew. His first acting role, according to IMDb, was in the 1987 film Desperado, where he portrayed Harley, Calvin’s sidekick. Following that, he played cameo roles in the television series Young Riders in 1991, The Lazarus Man (2006), Better Call Saul in 2017, and Midnight, Texas in 2018.
However, Smith rose to prominence as Lloyd Pierce in the TV series Yellowstone from 2018 to 2020. His additional TV credits, particularly film credentials, include The Vagrant (1992), Tombstone (1993), Gunsmoke: One Man’s Justice (1994), Blind Justice (1994), South of Heaven, West of Hell (2000), Transamerica (2005), Just Getting Started (2017), and others.
In addition, Smith performed stunts in the TV features Rambo III (1988), Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992), Posse (1993), Lightning Jack (1994), Los Locos (1997), and Seven Mummies (2006). Furthermore, he was an extra crew in the film 2 Guns (2013), Hell or High Water (2016), and The Kid (2019). He was hired as a wrangler in all these features.
Age & Family
Forrie J. Smith comes from an all-American family with roots in Montana. Smith was born and raised in Helena, Montana, in 1959. Smith grew up on his grandparents’ ranch, located southwest of the city. He is 62 years as of 2021.
As he grew, Smith mastered the ins and outs of ranching, rodeo, and horseback riding from his father and grandfather, both ranchers who excelled in rodeo, and his mother, a barrel racer. In fact, Smith began competing in rodeo when he was eight years old.
Smith was wrangling for the movie Hell or High Water when he was cast in Yellowstone. He was in the enclosure then, handling the horses, befriending them, and engaging with them with his 50’ rope when Taylor, the director of Yellowstone, approached him and suggested he’d get a part in it. He instantly agreed.