Best known for playing Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise, Mark Hamill recently confirmed that there were secret Mark Hamill cameos in other Star Wars films and TV shows.
For Star Wars fans, these are the Easter eggs we’re here for…
All the Star Wars Mark Hamill Cameos
In a tweet, Hamill replied to the news that he had a secret voice cameo in The Mandalorian.
The news dropped during Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian on Disney Plus. Read my reviews here.
Interestingly, the other Star Wars titles mentioned no Patrick Williams.
Apparently, Hamill misremembered his pseudonym and posted another tweet revealing that it was William M. Patrick and not Patrick Williams.
It turns out that Patrick and William were the first names of his brothers.
What is Mark Hamill’s pseudonym? William M. Patrick.
When trivia night rolls around again, you’ll be ready…
So, to which characters exactly did Mr. William Patrick lend his voice?
Darth Bane in Star Wars: The Clone Wars
A Mark Hamill cameo was possible in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, thanks to the character Darth Bane.
Bane, a legendary Sith Lord, is the founder of the modern Sith.
Boolio in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Additionally, Hamill also voiced the alien character Boolio, an Ovissian miner who supports the Resistance.
Boolio’s appearance in the opening scenes of the film makes him a significant character, although he had a seemingly small role.
Essentially, Boolio kickstarted the plot of the movie. A sort of alien MacGuffin, if you will.
Rewatch Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on Disney Plus now to see Boolio in action again.
Dobbu Scay in Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Another Mark Hamill cameo can be found in The Last Jedi, through Dobbu Scay.
Scay is a drunken gambler in Canto Bight, a casino planet.
Voicing Scay was particularly unique for the Hamill since he exerted physical effort for the role.
According to Hamill, he had to wear a full-motion capture suit for the physical filming of the CGI character.
For more about those three characters, watch the video below.
Mark Hamill TV Show Cameo: EV-9D9 in The Mandalorian
As mentioned, Hamill made a voice cameo in The Mandalorian, too.
In Season 1, Episode 5, Hamill voiced EV-9D9, the alien droid bartender working in a very particular cantina bar in Tatooine.
Yes! It’s Mos Eisley, on the home planet of Luke Skywalker himself.
Speaking of The Mandalorian, did you know that The Mandalorian Season 2 release date has been confirmed by Jon Favreau?
Here’s to hoping he’ll make a cameo in the second season too!
Unknown Characters in Solo and Rogue One
Unfortunately, it’s hard to pinpoint which characters he actually provided voices to in Solo and Rogue One.
That’s because he was only under the Additional Voices, again as William M. Patrick.
Still, knowing his remarkable voice talent, I’m sure he gave those characters the perfect voice, whoever they might be in the galaxy!
As seen on Twitter, the mystery behind this revelation is making some fans dig deep for more information…
Unknown Character in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
As mentioned in the tweet, there was also a Mark Hamill cameo in Episode VII.
But, there is no William M. Patrick credited for the film, and the “William M. Patrick” IMDb page only lists Solo and Rogue One.
Instead, the name Patrick Correll was under Additional Voices.
Correll was credited for the Resistance medic role at the end of the movie, who yelled, “We got a heartbeat!”
It is important to note, however, that his IMDB includes being part of The Greatest Showman crew, which probably means it’s not Hamill.
In other words, this remains a mystery.
After all, he was silent as Luke Skywalker in the entire film.
Final Thoughts on the Mark Hamill Cameos
In a nutshell, Hamill not only gave life to the legendary Jedi Master but also provided the voice of several Star Wars characters throughout the galaxy, across decades.
Of course, he has done all this for the love and fun of it of it. For entertainment, the fans, and because of his love for Easter eggs!
Perhaps one day–after a long, long time–the actor might reveal more about other Mark Hamill (ahem, William M. Patrick) cameos.
When that happens, you’ll find everything you need to know right here.
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