Cameo alert! Many stars — including the likes of Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Natalie Portman Adam Driver — have explored a galaxy far, far away in various Star Wars films or TV series. The sci-fi franchise has seen many stars, not just the main intergalactic adventurers.
Across its original movies and newer Disney+ series, even more celebrities have been acted in blink-and-you-missed-it surprise cameos, including Prince William, Prince Harry, Rosario Dawson Daniel Craig.
Secretly, the Prince of Wales, and the Duke, of Sussex, filmed a small scene in Star Wars: The Last Jedi As stormtroopers. While the scene was ultimately cut ahead of the movie’s theatrical release, the clip later made headlines in an extended cut years later.
“They were very nice: Prince William was funny, and Harry as well,” Benicio del ToroWho was a hacker? Last Jedi, told Radio TimesIn December 2017, he shared his experiences with the royal brother. “I think they were very nice. I don’t know how to explain it, but they were very normal. Which is very nice.”
Meanwhile, fans were thrilled by Dawson’s casting after learning that she would bring the animated character of Ahsoka Tano to life on Disney+’s The Mandalorian.
“People have been fan-casting me on all kinds of things, like She-Hulk stuff. And I always just think it’s really fun because I get to see myself in different kinds of art,” Dawson recalled during a November 2020 Vanity Fair interview. “But then I got a FaceTime call from Jon Favreau and Dave [Filoni]. They were building out The MandalorianI was able get a behind-the scene look at visuals, concept, and more [from]What they were going to do with the second season. They were about to drop the first season, but they had all this art that featured Ahsoka. They had already been preparing, knowing that they wanted to have her be a part of a story in the second season. They’d just been visualizing me in this role that whole time, and it was mind-boggling.”
The Dopesick actress continued at the time, gushing over the role: “I was pacing and jumping up and down, trying to keep really cool in my voice, but I was freaking out. This is real. Star Wars — the font, the look, the art, the everything, and my face in there. I just, I couldn’t. I was beside myself, and they were asking, ‘Do you want to do this? I mean, we appreciate if it’s not something you want to do.’ And I was like, ‘Oh, no, no, that would be cool, actually. I think we could maybe work this out.’”
These celebrity cameos were fun and light-hearted. However, Fisher made a posthumous appearance. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker It was given a somber touch.
“To be in her final acting [project]This movie, or unused footage, contains the following: [it] was very emotional to see,” Richard E. GrantThe film starred primarily in the role of, which was exclusively told by. Us Weekly December 2019. “It’s been seamlessly done. You wouldn’t know that it hadn’t been shot specifically for this movie.”
Scroll down to see which stars made quick appearances during the course of the year. Star Wars franchise: