Just recently, it has been revealed that Hamill’s voice range is in fact much larger than previously imagined.
Hamill is very active on Twitter, and in a recent tweet, he revealed that he had in fact lent his voice to every Star Wars film in the Disney era, including ones he was already in!
How many secret cameos does Mark Hamill have?
Some of Hamill’s roles have already been revealed while others remain a mystery. Hamill went on to reveal that his long-time anonymity regarding the roles was owed to being credited under a series of pseudonyms in the credits. The false credits often include references to his family, such as his brothers William and Patrick.
Known roles include that of Dobbu Scay in The Last Jedi, a gambler at Canto Bight who mistakes BB-8 for a slot machine, and also that of Boolio in The Rise of Skywalker whose severed head Kylo Ren presents to the First Order Supreme Council.
Beyond his cameo at the end of the last season of The Mandalorian, Hamill was also the voice of the droid bartender EV-9D9 in “Chapter 5: The Gunslinger.” This same droid was first seen in Return of the Jedi as the chief of cyborg operations at Jabba’s Palace.
Beyond the galaxy far, far away, Hamill is a prolific voice actor. In fact, his voice credits out way his live-action acting appearances by a large margin. He was the primary voice actor for the Joker in almost every appearance of the character for many decades, was the voice of the primary villain Fire Lord Ozai in Avatar: The Last Airbender and Skips in The Regular Show. He’ll next be voicing the character Skeletor in Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 1, which premieres on July 23 on Netflix.
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