Joy Harjo

Soundtrack, Writer, Composer

Soundtrack, Writer, Composer


Joy Harjo was born on May 9, 1951 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.
Birth date
1951-05-09

Known For


A Thousand Roads
A Thousand Roads
Writer (2005)
Woodland Indian Crafts and Culture: A Renaissance
Woodland Indian Crafts and Culture: A Renaissance
Composer (2011)
Words from a Bear
Words from a Bear
Self (2019)
 

Activities


RoleTitleYear
SoundtrackWoodland Indian Crafts and Culture: A Renaissance
(Video documentary short) (performer: "No Huli") / (writer: "No Huli")
2011
RoleTitleYear
WriterA Thousand Roads
(Short) (written by)
2005
RoleTitleYear
ComposerWoodland Indian Crafts and Culture: A Renaissance
(Video documentary short)
2011
RoleTitleYear
SelfAmerican Masters
(TV Series documentary) Self - N. Scott Momaday: Words from a Bear (2019) ... Self
2019
SelfSunday Today with Willie Geist
(TV Series) Self - Guest - Edward Norton (2019) ... Self - Guest
2019
SelfSuper Soul Sunday
(TV Series) Self - Joy Harjo-Sapula: An American Sunrise (2019) ... Self (as Joy Harjo Sapulpa)
2019
SelfWords from a Bear
(Documentary) Self
2019
SelfRumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World
(Documentary) Self
2017
SelfNational Endowment for the Arts: United States of Arts
(TV Series documentary short) Self - NEA Literary Poetry Fellow, '77, '92 - Literature Fellowships (2017) ... Self - NEA Literary Poetry Fellow, '77, '92
2017
SelfGames of the North
(TV Movie documentary) Narration
2011
SelfIn the Shadow of the Crow: Legacies of the Narragansetts
(Video documentary) (voice)
2005
SelfDef Poetry
(TV Series documentary) Self - Episode #2.7 (2002) ... Self
2002
SelfWildflowers with Helen Hayes
(TV Movie documentary) Self - Poem Narrator
1992