Cole Brings Plenty, ‘1923’ actor, found dead in Kansas

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Cole Brings Plenty

LOS ANGELES, April 6: The entertainment industry was struck with tragedy as Cole Brings Plenty, a promising actor known for his role as Pete Plenty Clouds in the Yellowstone spinoff series 1923, was found dead in Kansas. His untimely demise came just days after he was reported missing and named as a suspect at large in a domestic violence case.

The Johnson County, Kansas Sheriff’s office confirmed the discovery of Brings Plenty’s body on Friday morning in a wooded area. In a press release, the sheriff’s office stated, “The investigation is ongoing,” highlighting that the medical examiner and investigators were present at the scene.

The devastating news was confirmed by Brings Plenty’s father in a letter shared on Mo Brings Plenty’s Instagram account, who is Cole Brings Plenty’s uncle. “I am deeply saddened to confirm that my son, Cole, has been found and is no longer with us. We want to express our heartfelt gratitude to everyone for the prayers and positive thoughts you sent for Cole,” wrote his father. “We would also like to thank everyone who came to walk beside us as we searched for my son and provided the resources we needed to expand our search areas. I learned this week how many people knew the goodness in Cole’s heart and loved him.”

Mo Brings Plenty, who is also known for his role in Yellowstone, had been actively seeking information about his nephew’s whereabouts throughout the week. On Thursday, he expressed his gratitude to the community for their support, stating, “We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone in the community who has contributed their time, resources, and support in helping us search for the missing person.”

The 27-year-old Lakota actor, apart from his role in 1923, had also appeared in other shows including Into the Wild Frontier and The Tall Tales of Jim Bridger.

The circumstances surrounding Brings Plenty’s death remain under investigation as the entertainment world mourns the loss of a promising talent.

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