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{{Villain_Infobox}}{{Quote|Kill and be killed. Head in a bag. There's the message.|Hanzee Dent}}'''Ohanzee "Hanzee" Dent''' was a Native American enforcer for the Gerhardt Crime Family. He later betrayed the family and changed his identity, becoming known as '''Moses Tripoli''' and founding his own Crime Syndicate in Fargo. He is a tertiary antagonist in the first season, and secondary antagonist in the second season of the television series Fargo.
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{{Villain_Infobox}}{{Quote|Kill and be killed. Head in a bag. There's the message.|Hanzee Dent}}'''Ohanzee "Hanzee" Dent''' was a Native American enforcer for the Gerhardt Crime Family. He later betrayed the family and changed his identity, becoming known as '''Moses Tripoli''' and founding his own Crime Syndicate in Fargo. He is a tertiary antagonist in the first season, and secondary antagonist in the second season of the television series ''Fargo''.
   
 
He was portrayed by Mark Acheson in the first season and by Zahn McClarnon in the second season.
 
He was portrayed by Mark Acheson in the first season and by Zahn McClarnon in the second season.

Revision as of 06:01, November 14, 2016

Kill and be killed. Head in a bag. There's the message.
~ Hanzee Dent
Ohanzee "Hanzee" Dent was a Native American enforcer for the Gerhardt Crime Family. He later betrayed the family and changed his identity, becoming known as Moses Tripoli and founding his own Crime Syndicate in Fargo. He is a tertiary antagonist in the first season, and secondary antagonist in the second season of the television series Fargo.

He was portrayed by Mark Acheson in the first season and by Zahn McClarnon in the second season.

Early Life

Little is known about Hanzee's early life. He attended school with other Native American children and once recalled a time when a magician visted his school. He was eventually found by Otto Gerhardt, who took Hanzee in and allowed him to live at the family compound. Hanzee became closest to Dodd Gerhardt, becoming his right hand man despite Dodd's racist treatment of him. Hanzee served during the Vietnam War, and recalled being sent into the tunnels and killing Viet Cong soldiers by smothering them in mud and sliting their throats. While he was almost like family to the Gerhardt's, Hanzee was still treated like a lesser person. He would take drinks of water from the hose outside and would follow orders without question.

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