Everyone knows Mark Hamill is in Star wars, unless you know it only by the generic of Batman: The Animated Series and you just had the mind blowing, but did you know that it is also in many from Star wars movies? Like, almost all of them? Okay, yeah, you probably knew that too, but we’re not talking about Luke Skywalker. We’re talking about countless droids, aliens, and other puppets who have shared the distinct pleasure of seeing Mark Hamill’s voice come out of their mouths.
This revelation was prompted by a tweet from the venerable Star wars archives de nerd Wookiepedia, who noted last week that Hamill provided the voice of Mandalorien droïde barman EV-9D9. Hamill responded by saying that he actually had “several secret voice cameos in each Star wars film released since 2015 ″– which covers all of the Disney movies, even the ones that Luke Skywalker isn’t in. Disney and Disney-owned studios have a habit of picking voice actors who are a lucky charm and putting them in every movie, whether it’s Alan Tudyk for Disney Animation or John Ratzenberger for Pixar, so it seems like Mark Hamill either became the Lucasfilm version of this (assuming he appears in other live shows or this new Indiana Jones film).
So who are these secret characters? Wookiepedia knows some appointed aliens in the following films, but it certainly is not secret, and the page says nothing about Hamill being in Solo or Thief one. Obviously, then, someone has to sit down and watch the whole Disney era. Star wars movies, even ones they don’t like, and listen carefully to determine which characters speak like Mark Hamill, or which characters make little throaty noises like Mark Hamill… again, his voice as Luke Skywalker is completely different from his Joker voice, so there’s a good chance you can hear it and not know it. Hamill offered a clue some time ago, explaining that everything Star wars the character played by Patrick Williams is actually him, but it looks like he’s usually mentioned in the credits without saying who he’s playing. the real the only solution, then, is to simply assume that every voice in Star wars, unless it’s in the credits as someone else (and not that fake someone else), secretly is Mark Hamill.