Draft:List of Star Wars television series actors

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Daniels, Taylor, Kane, Lanter, Gray, Nyong'o, Pascal, and Luna headline series across the franchise.

Star Wars is a media franchise and shared fictional universe that is the setting of science fiction television series based on characters created by George Lucas. The first two series in the universe, Star Wars: Droids and Ewoks, began airing on ABC in 1985. Cartoon Network's Star Wars series began in 2003 with Star Wars: Clone Wars, followed by Star Wars: The Clone Wars in 2008. Additionally, the universe expanded to Disney XD with Star Wars Rebels in 2014, then to YouTube with Star Wars Forces of Destiny in 2017, and furthermore to Disney Channel with Star Wars Resistance in 2018. Those series will be followed by two live-action series, The Mandalorian and an untitled Cassian Andor series, set to be released on Disney+.

Droids is headlined by Anthony Daniels as the voice of C-3PO, while Jim Henshaw voices Wicket W. Warrick in the first season of Ewoks with Denny Delk taking over the role for the second season. Clone Wars sees James Arnold Taylor and Tom Kane as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda, respectively. Matt Lanter stars as Anakin Skywalker in The Clone Wars, with Taylor and Kane reprising their roles for the series. Taylor Gray is featured as Ezra Bridger in Rebels, while Lupita Nyong'o leads as Maz Kanata in Forces of Destiny and Christopher Sean leads as Kazuda Xiono in Resistance. Pedro Pascal stars in The Mandalorian, while Diego Luna will headline as Cassian Andor in the live-action series centered on his character.

Animated series[edit]

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  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the series, or that the character's presence in the series has not yet been announced.
  • A ^TF indicates the character appears in a television film.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast in the series.
Character Star Wars:
Droids

(1985–86)
Ewoks
(1985–86)
Star Wars:
Clone Wars

(2003–05)
Star Wars:
The Clone Wars

(2008–)
Star Wars Rebels
(2014–18)
Star Wars Forces of Destiny
(2017–)
Star Wars Resistance
(2018–)

Introduced in films[edit]

Padmé Amidala Catherine TaberM [1]
Chirpa George BuzaM [2]
Rick CiminoM
C-3PO Anthony DanielsM [3] Anthony Daniels
Poe Dameron Oscar Isaac[4]
Jyn Erso Felicity JonesM [1]
Helen SadlerM [5]
Boba Fett Don Francks
Finn John Boyega[6]
Maz Kanata Lupita Nyong'oM [1]
Logray Doug ChamberlainM [2]
Leia Organa Shelby YoungM [1] Rachael MacFarlane[4]
Carolyn Hennesy[7]
Captain Phasma Gwendoline Christie[4]
Qi'ra Olivia Hack[8]
Rey Daisy RidleyM [1]
Anakin Skywalker Matt Lanter[6]
Luke Skywalker Mark Hamill[9]
Han Solo Kiff VandenHeuvel[10]
A. J. Locascio[10]
Ahsoka Tano Ashley EcksteinM [1]
Teebo Eric PetersonM [2]
James CrannaM
Teedo David Acord[5]
Rose Tico Kelly Marie Tran[11]
Wicket W. Warrick Jim HenshawM [2]
Denny DelkM
Dee Bradley Baker
Widdle "Willy" WarrickTF John Stocker[2]
Yoda Tom Kane[12]

Introduced in television films[edit]

Weechee Warrick Greg Swanson[2]

Introduced in Droids[edit]

Mungo Baobab Winston Rekert
Sollag Den John Stocker
Jord Dusat Peter MacNeill[2]
Dan Hennessey
Tig Fromm Winston Rekert[2]
Thall Joben Rob Cowan[2]
Mon Julpa Chris Wiggins
Jessica Meade Taborah Johnson
Kea Moll Lesleh Donaldson[2]
Vlix Oncard John Stocker[2]
Terrinald Screed Graeme Campbell
Jann Tosh Don Francks

Introduced in Ewoks[edit]

Bozzie Pam Hyatt[2]
Kneesaa a Jari Kintaka Cree SummerM [2]
Jeanne ReynoldsM
Latara Taborah Johnson[2]
Sue Murphy
Malani Alyson Court[2]
Morag Jackie Burroughs[2]
Umwak Don Francks[2]

Introduced in Clone Wars[edit]

TBA

Introduced in The Clone Wars[edit]

TBA
Hondo Ohnaka Jim Cummings[13]

Introduced in Rebels[edit]

TBA
Ezra Bridger Taylor Gray[14]
C1-10P "Chopper" Dave Filoni
Ketsu Onyo Gina Torres[15]
Hera Syndulla Vanessa MarshallM [1]
Sabine Wren Tiya SircarM [1]

Introduced in Resistance[edit]

Torra Doza Myrna VelascoM [4]
Hype Fazon Donald FaisonM [4]
Freya Fenris Mary Elizabeth McGlynn[16]
Flix Jim RashM [4]
Griff Halloran Stephen Stanton[16]
Orka Bobby MoynihanM [4]
Tam Ryvora Suzie McGrathM [4]
Elrik Vonreg Lex Lang[16]
Neeku Vozo Josh BrenerM [4]
Kazuda Xiono Christopher SeanM [4]
Jarek Yeager Scott LawrenceM [4]

Star Wars: The Clone Wars[edit]

Live-action series[edit]

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  • This table includes main cast members, recurring characters, as well as notable guest stars who have appeared in at least two series.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the series, or that the character's presence in the series has not yet been announced.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast in the series.
Character The Mandalorian
(TBA)
Untitled Cassian Andor series
(TBA)

Introduced in films[edit]

Cassian Andor Diego LunaM [18]

Introduced in The Mandalorian[edit]

TBA Pedro PascalM [19]
TBA Gina CaranoM [20]
TBA Nick NolteM [21]
TBA Giancarlo EspositoM [22]
TBA Carl WeathersM [22]
TBA Emily SwallowM [22]
TBA Omid AbtahiM [22]
TBA Werner HerzogM [22]

Introduced in Untitled Cassian Andor series[edit]

TBA

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  18. ^ Lang, Brent (November 8, 2018). "'Star Wars': Diego Luna to Lead Spinoff Series". Variety. Archived from the original on January 19, 2019. Retrieved January 19, 2019.
  19. ^ Kroll, Justin; Otterson, Joe (November 13, 2018). "'Star Wars': Pedro Pascal to Lead 'The Mandalorian' Series". Variety. Archived from the original on January 19, 2019. Retrieved January 19, 2019.
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  21. ^ Kit, Borys (November 30, 2018). "'Star Wars': Nick Nolte Joins Pedro Pascal in 'The Mandalorian' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on January 19, 2019. Retrieved January 19, 2019.
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