Tales of the Jedi provided us the opportunity to reconnect with many of our favorite characters from The Clone Wars.
While Count Dooku and Ahsoka Tano were at the center and heart of the show, many of the fan-favorite characters returned for an episode or two. Here are the actors who returned to voice them:
Eckstein has been the voice of Ahsoka for every animated project that her character appears in from her introduction in The Clone Wars movie onward. In total, she is credited for the voice of Ahoska in 12 different project including Tales of the Jedi. Her dedication to Ahoska is part of what has allowed this character to gain such popularity among fans.
Burton has been the voice of Dooku throughout the animated Star Wars universe, so it was no surprise that he returned for Tales of the Jedi. Burton has also voiced several other well-loved characters including Cad Bane, both in animation and live action.
Lanter has now been the voice of Anakin Skywalker in 16 different projects including LEGO Star Wars and several video games. Although his role in Tales of the Jedi is limited to one episode, it was certainly a treat to see young Anakin again.
James Arnold Taylor
Taylor returned once again as the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi. Although he has many acting credits in Star Wars roles, he has not limited himself to playing Kenobi as he has played a variety of characters across many video games.
Dee Bradley Baker
Baker’s role in Star Wars has been quite versatile as the voice of all of the Clone Troopers. In Tales of the Jedi, he was the voice of clones Rex and Jessie. He has returned many times to voice animated Star Wars characters, as well as starting as five of the main characters in The Bad Batch.
When Mace Windu starred alongside Dooku in the Episode 3, Carson returned to play the role he has taken over since The Clone Wars show. Windu may not have ended the show on the best terms with Dooku, but his presence was a welcome sight to many fans.
Bail Organa appeared in one episode of Tales of the Jedi, voiced by LaMarr. Aside from voicing Bail in The Clone Wars, LaMarr has returned to play several other animated Star Wars characters including Jar Jar Binks and Orn Free Taa.
All episodes of Tales of the Jedi are now available on Disney Plus.