If you saw the movie The Posse, Woody Strode was the old man at the end who was portraying the older version of the kid in the movie.
Woodrow Wilson Woolwine Strode was an athlete and actor. Strode was a college track and football star at UCLA, one of the first Blacks to integrate the NFL, a professional wrestler, a Golden Globe nominated actor, and a WWII veteran. He attended UCLA and played alongside Jackie Robinson and Kenny Washington, both who broke the color barriers of baseball and football in the 1940s. Strode joined UCLA’s Alpha Phi Alpha chapter. He is probably best remembered for his brief Golden Globe-nominated role in Spartacus (1960) as the Ethiopian gladiator Draba, in which he fights Kirk Douglas to the death.