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Mark Hamill Has Been In More Star Wars Movies Than You Think

When it comes to "Star Wars" actors, it's clear that some are bigger fans of the far-far-away galaxy than others, with multiple actors such as Han Solo's Harrison Ford and Obi-Wan Kenobi's Alec Guinness commenting on their indifference or even disdain for the iconic sci-fi franchise.

Luke Skywalker's Mark Hamill, however, is decidedly not one of them. The actor has repeatedly voiced his enthusiasm for the franchise and his opportunities to appear in it over its 44-year history. However, he hasn't always appeared as the blue milk-loving Jedi we know and love.

In a subtweet to Star Wars website Wookieepedia's post about Hamill voicing the droid EV-9D9 in "The Mandalorian," the actor shared some information about the recent Star Wars films. His revelation about the series is sure to make every fan want to go back and listen very carefully to each character, no matter how insignificant they might seem to be.

Mark Hamill has done multiple secret voice cameos in every Star Wars movie since 2015

In his tweet, Mark Hamill revealed that he had secretly recorded voice lines in every Star Wars movie since 2015, which would include "The Force Awakens," "Rogue One," "The Last Jedi," "Solo: A Star Wars Story," and "The Rise of Skywalker," in addition to the aforementioned cameo in the Disney+ spin-off series, "The Mandalorian."

Because they're secret, you won't be able to simple go to the credits or IMDb pages and see who Hamill voices, so you'll need some keen ears. Don't expect them to necessarily sound like Luke Skywalker either, as the actor has demonstrated through his multiple voice roles of everyone from Fire Lord Ozai onĀ "Avatar: The Last Airbender" to the animated Joker from the "Batman" series that he can modulate his voice to an impressive degree.

However, some roles do seem to be credited. IMDb credits Hamill as voicing Dobbu Scay in "The Last Jedi," and Boolio in "The Rise of Skywalker," as well as voicing Darth Bane in an episode of the animated series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." Fans with a keen ear will be able to pick out his voice for years to come, as "Star Wars" isn't showing any signs of slowing down in production.