Mark Hamill Reveals His Secret Star Wars Movie Cameos

Mark Hamill Star Wars Cameos Revealed

There’s been a disturbance in the force, as Mark Hamill himself has revealed he has had several secret Star Wars cameos.

According to IndieWire, the man who has portrayed Luke Skywalker from the very first film back in 1977 all the way to The Rise of Skywalker, has revealed that he’s had cameos in other Star Wars films and TV shows.

The actor, who is very active on Twitter, confirmed the galaxy shattering revelation to be true after it was first reported by the Star Wars Wikipedia site Wookipedia.

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In addition to his beloved work across the franchise as revered the Jedi Master, the actor confirmed that he’s had small part roles in every Star Wars film since Lucasfilm was bought by Disney in 2012.

As he writes on Twitter:

Did you know… I voiced multiple secret voice-cameos in every #StarWars movie released since 2015?

In addition to his work in the sequel films as Luke Skywalker, the actor has played a goblin gambler in The Last Jedi and a Resistance miner in The Rise of Skywalker.

Furthermore, he has also cameoed in spin-off films Rogue One and Solo: A Star Wars Story.

While we all will remember Hamill’s brief but very memorable turn as Luke in The Mandalorian, Hamill also lent his voice to a droid in the massively popular spin-off show.

Given that he has also lent his voice to characters outside of a Galaxy Far Far Away, most notably as the voice of The Joker in many DC animated movies, the revelation that Hamill has cropped up in multiple films is still a revelation that’s almost as shocking as the galaxy-sized twist that took place in The Empire Strikes Back (well, almost!)

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