List of Star Wars characters

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This list of characters from the Star Wars franchise contains only characters that are considered part of Star Wars canon. Many of the characters originally listed below were created for the original expanded universe now called Legends. These are no longer considered part of the Star Wars canon, and can be found here.

C-3PO, R2-D2, and Obi-Wan Kenobi are the only characters to appear in all seven theatrical saga films thus far; Kenobi's voice can be heard in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, though he is not explicitly seen.[1]

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11-4D
Multi-appendaged medical droid in the service of Darth Sidious in the 2014 novel Star Wars: Tarkin. Owned by Darth Plagueis and Weldon Hord in the Star Wars Legends continuity.
2-1B
Medical droid that fixes Anakin Skywalker in Revenge of the Sith and repairs Luke Skywalker's hand in The Empire Strikes Back.
327-T
A WED-15 Treadwell droid serving the Republic, appears in The Clone Wars.
4-LOM
A bounty hunter droid in The Empire Strikes Back. 4-LOM was an ambitious protocol droid who overwrote his own programming to destroy Luke Skywalker. Portrayed by Chris Parsons.[2]
8d8
A torture droid working for Jabba the Hutt in Return of the Jedi.
99
A deformed clone trooper who helps the Domino Squad in the Clone Wars. He is killed during one of the Battles of Kamino.
0-0-0
Also known as Triple-Zero, a protocol droid designed to specialize in etiquette, customs, translation and torture in Star Wars: Darth Vader.

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Ask Aak – portrayed by Steven Boyle (Episode II) and Paul Spence (Episode III)

Gran Senator who represented Malastare in the Galactic Senate during the final decade of the Galactic Republic. He was one of Palpatine's loyalists. Appeared in Episodes II and III of the Prequel Trilogy.

Admiral Gial Ackbar – portrayed by Timothy M. Rose and voiced by Erik Bauersfeld and Artt Butler

Commands the Rebel fleet in their attack against the second Death Star in Return of the Jedi. Ackbar was a Mon Calamari leader and military commander who fought in the Clone Wars. Aptly given a name that means "selfless servant", Ackbar devoted himself to the cause of galactic freedom and became the foremost military commander of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, having previously been an Imperial slave, and the later New Republic. He was later assigned to work alongside General Leia Organa as part of the Resistance. In the Legends continuity he later dies during the New Jedi Order era, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, but not before masterminding the Ebaq 9 assault that devastated the Yuuzhan Vong fleet and resulted in Warmaster Tsavong Lah's death. Ackbar is best known, especially on the Internet, for his line "It's a trap!", which was in response to realizing at the last second that the Empire was planning an ambush early on in the Battle of Endor, though Leia also shouts this warning to Luke in the previous episode The Empire Strikes Back.
Acros-Krik
Ongree mayor of Uscru Entertainment District on Coruscant. He was seen outside the Outlander Club in Attack of the Clones.
Ak-Rev
Weequay drum player for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.

Stass Allie – portrayed by Lily Nyamwasa and Nina Fallon

Tholothian Jedi Master, Jedi Council member in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. She is later killed during the events of Order 66.

Almec – voiced by Julian Holloway

Mandalorian politician who served as Prime Minister of Mandalore during the Clone Wars. He was a prominent supporter of Satine Kryze and her New Mandalorian government. He was imprisoned for his involvement in an illegal smuggling ring, but was later freed and reinstated as Prime Minister after Darth Maul took over the New Mandalorian capital city of Sundari. Later when Darth Maul is captured by Darth Sidious, Almec sends two Mandalorian warriors to rescue him.

Mas Amedda – portrayed by Jerome Blake and David Bowers

Vice chair of the Galactic Senate.[3] Blake played the character in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Bowers played him in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, and both actors appeared in the role for Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.[3]
Amee
Human friend of Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace. Was portrayed by George Lucas's daughter Katie Lucas, credited as Jenna Green.

Padmé Amidala – portrayed by Natalie Portman and voiced by Catherine Taber

Teenage queen, and later Senator of Naboo, who marries Anakin Skywalker and dies giving birth to Luke Skywalker and Leia Amidala Skywalker Organa Solo.[4]
Bail Antilles
An Alderaanian senator; as he is the father of Breha Antilles, wife to Bail Organa, Antilles is the adoptive grandfather of Princess Leia Organa.[5]

Raymus Antilles – portrayed by Rohan Nichol and Peter Geddis

Captain of the Tantive IV in Episode IV: A New Hope, last master of C-3PO & R2-D2 before falling under ownership of Luke Skywallker, and captain of the Sundered Heart in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. He was choked by Darth Vader in Episode IV. No relation to any other character named Antilles.

Wedge Antilles – portrayed by Denis Lawson and Colin Higgins

A Rebel and New Republic starfighter pilot.[6]

Queen Apailana – portrayed by Keisha Castle-Hughes

Queen of Naboo during the last year of the Clone Wars. She is seen during Padmé's funeral at the end of Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. She is later assassinated by Stormtroopers of the Imperial 501st Legion for harboring fugitive Jedi (depicted in Star Wars: Battlefront II).

Commander Appo

Clone Commander of the 501st Legion in Revenge of the Sith.

Passel Argente – portrayed by Steven Boyle (Episode II) and Marty Wetherill (Episode III)

Magistrate of the Corporate Alliance, member of the Separatist Council. He was killed by Darth Vader along with the rest of the Separatist Council in Revenge of the Sith.

Faro Argyus – voiced by James Marsters

Captain of the Senate Commandos who was bribed by Count Dooku to free Viceroy Nute Gunray from Republic captivity. He was later betrayed and killed by Asajj Venntres.
Seti Ashgad
A hyperdrive engineer working for the Incom Corporation who also served in the Galactic Senate during the days of the Clone Wars. He was known as "The Golden Tempter", and was also known for his extreme ambition and wanted to replace Palpatine as Supreme Chancellor.

AZI-3 (full designation AZI-345211896246498721347)

Medical droid serving the cloners of Kamino who helps uncover the secret of Order 66 in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.[7]

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Ponda Baba – portrayed by Tommy Ilsley

Aqualish mercenary who in A New Hope attacks Luke Skywalker in the Mos Eisley cantina, and then gets his arm cut off by Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber.[8] When the original Kenner action figure for Baba was released, the then-unnamed alien was called simply "Walrus Man".[8] His proper name (as well as the name of his species) was given in 1989 for his appearance in a Star Wars role-playing game.[8]

Kitster Banai – portrayed by Dhruv Chanchani

Tatooine slave boy who was Anakin Skywalker's childhood best friend. Later in his life he became a majordomo for the Rendala Estate in Mos Espa, and was instrumental in helping Anakin's daughter, Leia Organa, forgive Anakin for his actions as Darth Vader.

Cad Bane – voiced by Corey Burton

A ruthless bounty hunter and main antagonist in season 2 of The Clone Wars who appears in Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes.[9]

Darth Bane - voiced by Mark Hamill

Dark Lord of the Sith who was responsible regaining the "Rule of Two" that states there shall only ever be two Sith at a time, a Master and an Apprentice, during the Old Republic. An illusion of him appeared during the final episode of The Clone Wars to confront Yoda on Moraband and offer him the chance to join the dark side, but was rejected as a falsehood by Yoda.

Moradmin Bast – portrayed by Leslie Schofield

Imperial general who served aboard the first Death Star; during the space battle above Yavin 4, he informed Grand Moff Tarkin that there was a danger posed by the Rebels' attack and suggested that they standby for evacuation, only to be rebuked by an overconfident Tarkin in A New Hope.
BB-8
An astromech droid with a domed head, with the bulk of its body made up of a mostly white ball, painted with silver and orange markings and a round red lighted eye similar to R2-D2. BB-8 rolls on its ball body in any direction while the domed head stays in place but can pivot 360 degrees. The movie debut of the droid was in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Beed – voiced by Scott Capurro

The second head of the male Troig in The Phantom Menace who commentates for the Boonta Eve Classic.
Shara Bey
A-wing pilot for the Rebel Alliance and mother of Poe Dameron, featured in the 2015 Marvel Comics limited series Star Wars: Shattered Empire.[10]

The Bendu - voiced by Tom Baker.

An ancient Force wielder who philosophy predates the Jedi Order; encountered by the main characters of Star Wars Rebels on the planet Atollon, where he describes himself as being "the middle" between the light-wielding Jedi and the dark-wielding Sith.

Sio Bibble – portrayed by Oliver Ford Davies

Governor of Naboo in the prequel trilogy.[11]

Depa Billaba – portrayed by Dipika O'Neill Joti

Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council in The Phantom Menace. She fell into a six-month coma after an encounter with General Grievous on Haruun Kal, but recovered and became the master of Padawan Caleb Dune, to be later known as Kanan Jarrus. She was killed on the planet Kaller.

Jar Jar Binks – portrayed by Ahmed Best

Helpless but good-natured Gungan throughout the prequel trilogy. Also known to be clumsy, Jar Jar is always causing trouble and he talks a lot. When Qui-Gon Jinn saved Jar Jar, Jar Jar journeyed with them to Coruscant.[12]
Commander Bly
A clone commander who led the 327th Star Corps under Jedi General Aayla Secura in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. When Order 66 was issued, Bly executed Secura on Felucia.

Lux Bonteri – voiced by Jason Spisak

Son of Mina Bonteri and freedom fighter in the Clone Wars; love interest of Ahsoka Tano.
Mina Bonteri
Mother of Lux Bonteri and Separatist senator in the Clone Wars.

Borvo the Hutt – voiced by Clint Bajakian

A Hutt smuggler on Tatooine featured in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.

Bossk [13]

A Trandoshan bounty hunter with a vendetta against Chewbacca.[14] Appears in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.

Bana Breemu – portrayed by Bai Ling

Representative of the Humbarine sector in the Galactic Senate during the Galactic Republic.

Ezra Bridger – voiced by Taylor Gray

He is a 14-year-old con artist, thief, and pickpocket living on the Outer Rim world of Lothal as the Empire strip mines the resources of his homeworld for Sienar's TIE fighter production. He is able to use the Force, and has used it to get out of certain predicaments. Stealing to survive, he had no real loyalty to anyone until he met the crew of the Ghost. His master is Kanan Jarrus.[15]
Sora Bulq
Weequay Jedi Master and friend of Mace Windu who was turned to the Dark Side by Count Dooku. He is later killed by Quinlan Vos on Saleucami. Sora Bulq was present at the Battle of Geonosis in Attack of the Clones, where he wielded a blue lightsaber.

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C1-10P
Nicknamed Chopper, C1-10P is the apparently obsolete-looking astromech droid with a cantankerous, "pranking" form of behavior. Part of the crew of rebel protagonists aboard the freighter Ghost on the Star Wars Rebels TV series.[16]

C-3PO - portrayed and voiced by Anthony Daniels

Protocol droid who appears throughout the Star Wars films and Expanded Universe.[17]

Lando Calrissian – portrayed and voiced by Billy Dee Williams

Old friend of Han Solo. Businessman and scoundrel who leads the Rebels' space attack against the Death Star in Return of the Jedi.[18] He eventually resigns his military commission and returns to being a businessman.[18]

Chewbacca – portrayed by Peter Mayhew

Han Solo's partner and co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon.[19] He would go on to become a hero of the Rebel Alliance and the New Republic. Chewbacca and his wife, Mallatobuck, have a son named Lumpawarrump.[19]

Rush Clovis – voiced by Robin Atkin Downes

Senator who represented the planet Scipio in the Galactic Senate, as well as a former love interest of Padmé Amidala. When the Clone Wars broke out he became a delegate of the InterGalactic Banking Clan. During the Battle Of Scipio he sacrificed himself to save Padme Amidala.

Commander Cody – portrayed by Temuera Morrison and voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.

Served directly under Obi-Wan Kenobi in Revenge of the Sith and during the clone wars. He helps him at Utapau against General Grievous then turns on him when Emperor Palpatine orders him to "Execute Order 66". Commander Cody is also featured in the Clone Wars cartoon series.

Lieutenant Connix – portrayed by Billie Lourd

A human female who served as a junior controller in the Resistance during their conflict with the First Order (Star Wars), in The Force Awakens.

Captain Jeremoch Colton – portrayed by Jeremy Bulloch

Pilot of the Tantive IV in Revenge of the Sith.

Cordé – portrayed by Veronica Segura

Padmé Amidala's handmaiden and decoy in Attack of the Clones. She is killed by Zam Wessel in her attempt to assassinate Senator Amidala.

Salacious B. Crumb – portrayed by Tim Rose and voiced by Mark Dodson

Kowakian monkey-lizard in Jabba the Hutt's court.[20] Rose's antics controlling the Crumb puppet led to an increase in the character's prominence.[20]

Arvel Crynyd – portrayed by Hilton McRae

A-wing pilot who crashes into the Star Dreadnought Executor, causing its fall and destruction on the surface of the Second Death Star, in Return of the Jedi.

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Figrin D'an – portrayed by Rick Baker

Leader of the Bith band "Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes" who first appeared in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope while playing in the Mos Eisley Cantina.
Kes Dameron
Special forces soldier for the Rebel Alliance and father of Poe, featured in the 2015 Marvel Comics limited series Star Wars: Shattered Empire.[10]

Poe Dameron – portrayed by Oscar Isaac

X-wing fighter pilot introduced in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, called "the best pilot in the Resistance".[21][22]
Joclad Danva
Human Jedi Knight from Attack of the Clones. Uses a green lightsaber in the Battle of Geonosis, where he is killed.

Biggs Darklighter – portrayed by Garrick Hagon

Luke Skywalker's friend from Tatooine who helps in attacking the Death Star.[23] Biggs' reunion with Luke was cut from the theatrical release of A New Hope but restored for the Special Edition release.[23]

General Oro Dassyne – voiced by Terrence Carson

A Separatist General and an agent of the Corporate Alliance who commanded the CIS' forces on Bomis Koori IV.
Gizor Delso
A Geonosian separatist who survived Darth Vader's slaughter of the remaining separatist leaders and created his own droid army. He had plans to make a new Battle Droid until Imperial Stormtroopers of the 501st Legion raided his factory on Mustafar and destroyed his plans. Gizor never made it off the planet.

Dengar – portrayed by Morris Bush and Simon Pegg

Corellian bounty hunter who appeared in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.[24]

Bren Derlin – portrayed by John Ratzenberger

Rebel officer in The Empire Strikes Back.[25]

Ima-Gun Di – portrayed by Robin Atkin Downes

Red Nikto Jedi Master in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.[26]
Rinnrivin Di
Red Nikto crime lord who heads a dangerous cartel based on the planet Bastatha in Star Wars: Bloodline.[27][28]

Lott Dod – portrayed by Silas Carson and voiced by Toby Longworth (Episode I) and Gideon Emery (The Clone Wars)

Neimoidian senator of the Trade Federation, representing the trade conglomerate's interests in the Galactic Senate.

Jan Dodonna – portrayed by Alex McCrindle

Rebel general who plans the starfighter attack on the first Death Star,[29] and the first character to utter the phrase, "May the Force be with you."

Daultay Dofine – portrayed by Alan Ruscoe and voiced by Chris Sanders

Commander of the Trade Federation's droid control ship in The Phantom Menace. He was killed when Anakin destroyed the ship.

Count Dooku – portrayed by Christopher Lee and voiced by Christopher Lee and Corey Burton

Separatist leader and Sith Lord also known as Darth Tyranus.[30] Dooku severs Anakin Skywalker's right forearm in Attack of the Clones, and Anakin kills Dooku in Revenge of the Sith by severing his head–AFTER severing both of Dooku's hands at the wrist–in return.[30]

Dormé – portrayed by Rose Byrne

The handmaiden to Senator Padmé Amidala, in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones

Cin Drallig – portrayed by Nick Gillard

Jedi Master who served as the battlemaster of and head of security for the Jedi Temple in the final days of the Clone Wars. He was killed by Darth Vader during the siege of the temple in Revenge of the Sith.
Droidbait CT-00-2010
Clone trooper and member of domino squad. Acquired his nickname because he was always getting shot by training droids. Was stationed on a remote listening post on the Rishi moon. Was killed there by confederate commando droids.

Lok Durd – voiced by George Takei

Neimoidian weapon designer who served as a Separatist General.

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Eirtaé – portrayed by Friday "Liz" Wilson

Handmaiden to Queen Amidala seen in The Phantom Menace.

Ellé – portrayed by Chantal Freer

Handmaiden to Senator Padmé Amidala, in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.

Embo – voiced by Dave Filoni

A Clone Wars-era bounty hunter that works for the highest bidder, but has a sense of honor. His weapons include a bowcaster and his hat, which he uses as a boomerang.
Emperor's Royal Guards
Elite, red-helmeted and red-cloaked stormtroopers who serve as Emperor Palpatine's personal bodyguards.
Jas Emari
Zabrak bounty hunter introduced in Star Wars: Aftermath.[31][32]
Ebe Endocott
Of Triffian species, Ebe is one of the eighteen podracers seen in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.

EV-9D9 – voiced by Richard Marquand

Torture droid working in Jabba the Hutt's palace in Return of the Jedi.[33]

Morallo Eval – voiced by Stephen Stanton

A Separatist Phindian who came up with a plan to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine. He killed his mother as a child because he was bored.

Doctor Cornelius Evazan  – portrayed by Alfie Curtis

Character who antagonizes Luke Skywalker in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope.[34]

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FX-7
Medical droid assistant to 2-1B on Hoth.

Onaconda Farr – voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

Senator from Rodia initially aligned with the CIS, but later returned to the Republic.

Boba Fett – portrayed by Jeremy Bulloch (V-VI), Daniel Logan (II), and Jason Wingreen (voice, V), Temuera Morrison (voice in the 2004 release of the Original Trilogy)

Clone of Jango Fett raised by Jango on Kamino as his son.[35] Becomes a bounty hunter.[35] He is eaten alive by Jabba the Hutt's Sarlacc, but later escapes.[36]

Jango Fett – portrayed by Temuera Morrison

Bounty hunter, template for all the clones who made up the Republic's army. Boba Fett's father.[37]
Feral
The brother of Savage Oppress and Darth Maul, who with Savage lived on Dathomir into adulthood. He was among the Nightbrothers selected by Asajj Ventress as a potential candidate to assassinate Count Dooku, and survived to the final round with his brother. However, after Savage was chosen and both his mind and body were changed by the Nightsisters' magic, he murdered Feral on Asajj's orders.
Commander Fil
He is Nadar Vebb's Clone Commander from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. He died while trying to kill General Grievous's pet Gor.

Finn – portrayed by John Boyega

A redeemed First Order Stormtrooper originally designated as FN-2187 before joining the Resistance and being dubbed "Finn" by Poe Dameron.

Kit Fisto – portrayed by Zachariah Jensen and Daniel Zizmor (Attack of the Clones) and Ben Cooke (Revenge of the Sith), voiced by Phil LaMarr (The Clone Wars)

The design of Kit Fisto was first developed as a male Sith concept by concept artist Dermot Power. When the alien Sith apprentice idea was abandoned, Power revisited the tentacle-headed alien as a Jedi, with a less malevolent face, yet still with an imposing presence.[38]

Fives – voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

Former Arc Trooper and former clone trooper he was the only survivor of the Domino Squad. He fought alongside Captain Rex in important and clone based missions. He was the first and only known clone to have discovered Order 66 but he was killed due to his findings by the Sith Lord Darth Sidious.

FN-2199 a.k.a. "Nines" – voiced by David Acord, performed by Liang Yang

A riot baton-wielding stormtrooper who attacks Finn during the attack on Maz's Castle.[39]

Fode – voiced by Greg Proops

The first head of the two-headed Troig in The Phantom Menace who commentates for the Boonta Eve Classic.

Bib Fortuna – portrayed by Michael Carter and voiced by Erik Bauersfeld

A male Twi'lek from the planet Ryloth who serves as Jabba the Hutt's majordomo in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace and Return of the Jedi.
Commander Fox
A clone commander who was in charge of the Coruscant Guard in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

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Adi Gallia – portrayed by Gin Clarke

Corellian Jedi master killed by General Grievous in the Star Wars Legends and by Savage Opress in the actual Star Wars Canon. Adi Gallia's former master and cousin, Stass Allie took her place on the Jedi council. Has a blue lightsaber in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and a red or orange lightsaber in media related to The Phantom Menace.

Gardulla the Hutt – voiced by Nika Futterman (The Clone Wars)

Hutt crime lord who at one point owned Anakin and Shmi Skywalker before losing a podrace bet to Toydarian junk dealer Watto.
Yarna D'al Gargan
Askajian dancer from Jabba the Hutt's palace.

Garindan – portrayed by Sadie Eddon

Also known as Long-Snoot. Is a Kubaz who leads Imperial stormtroopers to the Millennium Falcon.[40]

Saw Gerrera – portrayed by Forest Whitaker (Rogue One), voiced by Andrew Kishino (The Clone Wars)

A veteran of the Clone Wars;[41] in later life he leads a band of rebel extremists against the Galactic Empire.

Gonk Droid – portrayed by Rusty Goffe

Also known as the "GNK power droid". A boxy, rectangular-shaped droid that walks very slowly. It is literally a bipedal, walking power generator. It is a playable character in the Lego Star Wars series of games and gives ammo to a player in Star Wars Battlefront II. A Gonk Droid was also featured in "Blood Sisters," an episode of Star Wars Rebels.
Commander Gree
A clone commander who is killed by Yoda in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith during Order 66. He served under Jedi master Luminara Unduli in the Clone Wars.

Greedo – portrayed by Paul Blake and Maria de Aragon (A New Hope), voiced by Tom Kenny (The Clone Wars)

Rodian bounty hunter who serves Jabba the Hutt. Shot and killed by Han Solo at the Mos Eisley Cantina in A New Hope.[42]
Janus Greejatus
Longtime friend and associate of Palpatine; served as Palpatine's aide during his time as Senator of Naboo and the Chommell Sector, and replaced him in the position after Palpatine was elected Supreme Chancellor. After being expelled from the Galactic Senate due to questionable practices, Greejatus became Palpatine's advisor. He continued to served in this capacity when the Galactic Empire came to power and Palpatine declared himself Emperor. He served in this capacity well into the Galactic Civil War, and was killed when the second Death Star was destroyed during the Battle of Endor.
Captain Gregor
Was a Republic Commando and was thought to have died in the Battle of Sarrish. He had amnesia and was taken to the world of Abafar to work in a diner. He is later told by Colonel Meebur Gascon that he is a clone trooper. He helps the Colonel and his droids to get off Abafar to save many Republic lives, seemingly perishing once more in the process. However, following the Clone Wars he ends up in the Seelos system with fellow retired clones Rex and Wolffe, and is shown to have developed some eccentric tendencies.

General Grievous – voiced by Matthew Wood

Cyborg supreme commander of the Separatist droid armies killed by Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.[43] A Kaleesh by birth, he hunts Jedi and collects their lightsabers as trophies.
Gungi
A Wookiee youngling who was among the youngest to pass the Gathering. Gungi uses a wooden lightsaber with a green crystal.

Nute Gunray – portrayed by Silas Carson, voiced by Tom Kenny (The Clone Wars)

Viceroy of the Trade Federation killed by Darth Vader in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.[44]

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Rune Haako – portrayed by Jerome Blake and voiced by James Taylor (Episode I) and Sandy Thompson (Episode III)

Second in command to Nute Gunray and Settlement Officer of the Trade Federation.[45]

Rako Hardeen – voiced by James Arnold Taylor

Bounty hunter who was hired to kill Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Clone Wars. He is eventually killed by Kenobi, who then assumes his identity in order to uncover a plot to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine.

Hevy – voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

Bold clone who sacrifices himself to save a base on Kamino during the Clone Wars and works with Domino Squad. His nickname was acquired by the fact that he is the one in the squad who carries the heavy guns.

San Hill – voiced by Chris Truswell

Chairman of the Intergalactic Banking Clan, killed by Darth Vader in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.[46]

Huyang – voiced by David Tennant

An architect droid in the service of the Jedi Order. He was stationed on board the Jedi training cruiser Crucible, where he assisted Jedi initiates in constructing their lightsabers. His voice actor, David Tennant, won an Emmy for this role.

Armitage Hux – portrayed by Domhnall Gleeson

General of the First Order (Star Wars), a revival of the Galactic Empire. General Hux presides over Starkiller Base and commands the First Order under Supreme Leader Snoke, with Kylo Ren. First appears in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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IG-88
Bounty hunter introduced in The Empire Strikes Back.[47] Ralph McQuarrie's production sketches show a sleeker design than the droid that appears in The Empire Strikes Back.[47] The term "IG-88" is not its original name: The script calls the character a "chrome war droid", and during production it was called "Phlutdroid".[47] The production puppet consisted of recycled props from A New Hope, including the Mos Eisley Cantina drink dispenser as its head.[47] Destroyed by Dash Rendar in the Shadows of the Empire storyline, and had its own storyline in "Tales of the Bounty Hunters."
Inquisitors/Inquisitorius
An organization of Force-sensitives who serve Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader by hunting down surviving Jedi and others with Force potential. They are featured prominently in Star Wars Rebels.
Grand Inquisitor (portrayed by Jason Isaacs)
A Pau'an Force wielder and former Jedi Temple Guard who became the highest-ranking Inquisitor, and who was tasked-along with his subordinates-with hunting down Force-sensitive children and preventing them from becoming Jedi. He was later assigned to hunt down Kanan Jarrus and Ezra Bridger, but was eventually defeated by the former in combat and chose to commit suicide rather than face the infamous wrath of Darth Vader for his failure.
Fifth Brother (portrayed by Philip Anthony-Rodriguez)
The second Inquisitor introduced in Rebels and a member of an unknown humanoid species, he was dispatched to hunt down the crew of the Ghost after the death of the Grand Inquisitor. He worked closely with the Seventh Sister; both later died on Malachor at the hands of Maul.
Sixth Brother
An Inquisitor of an unknown species who appears only in the novel Ahsoka. He was described as tall with unnatural-looking grey skin, piercing ice-blue eyes, broad shoulders, and distinctive scar/tattoo-like markings. He attempted to hunt down and kill Ahsoka Tano, but was defeated when the latter caused his lightsaber to overload and explode, killing him.
Seventh Sister (portrayed by Sarah Michelle Gellar)
The first introduced female Inquisitor and a Mirialan. She employed Mini probe droids in battle and worked alongside the Fifth Brother.
Eighth Brother (portrayed by Robert Daymond Howard)
A masked Terellian Jango Jumper Inquisitor who was dispatched to hunt down Maul, eventually tracking him to Malachor. After battling Maul, Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger, and Ahsoka Tano, he fell to his death after attempting to fly with a damaged Inquisitorial lightsaber.

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Jabba the Hutt – portrayed/operated by Mike Edmonds, Dave Barclay, Toby Philpott, and John Coppinger, (Return of the Jedi), voiced by Larry Ward (Jedi) and Kevin Michael Richardson (The Clone Wars)

A crime boss employing bounty hunters in The Phantom Menace, The Clone Wars, A New Hope and Return of the Jedi, killed by Leia Organa aboard his sail barge in Return of the Jedi.[48]

Queen Jamillia – portrayed by Ayesha Dharker

Queen of Naboo succeeding Padmé Amidala.[49]
Wes Janson
A fighter pilot and founding member of the elite Rogue Squadron, who was featured during one scene in The Empire Strikes Back as the gunner for Wedge Antilles' T-47 Snowspeeder. He is also heavily featured in the X-wing Series and is mentioned frequently for his light-hearted, almost childlike demeanor.

Kanan Jarrus – voiced by Freddie Prinze, Jr.

De facto leader of the Ghost crew, Jedi and master of Ezra Bridger and apprentice to Depa Billaba. He carries a DL-18 blaster and a blue lightsaber that can be detached. He was uncertain of himself in training his padawan Ezra Bridger, as even he still has things to learn. His real name is Caleb Dume.

Greeata Jendowanian – portrayed by Celia Fushille

A Rodian backup singer and dancer for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.

Jerec – portrayed by Christopher Neame

Dark Jedi and main antagonist in Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II.

Moff Tiaan Jerjerrod – portrayed by Michael Pennington

Commanding officer of the second Death Star.[50]
Commander Jet
The Clone Commander of Ki-Adi-Mundi in The Clone Wars in the episode "Landing at point rain".

Dexter Jettster – voiced by Ronald Falk

A four-armed alien that wears a heavily stained apron and an old friend of Obi-Wan Kenobi's.

Qui-Gon Jinn – portrayed by Liam Neeson

Jedi Master trained by Count Dooku. Trains Obi-Wan Kenobi. Found Anakin Skywalker on Tatooine and vowed to train him but was killed by Darth Maul. Revealed to have lived on through the force at the end of Revenge of the Sith.[51]
Jubnuk
One of Jabba the Hutt's Gamorrean guards. He was eaten alive by the Rancor.

K[edit]

K-2SO
("KAY-TUESSO") A reprogrammed Imperial security droid now loyal to the Alliance, K-2SO is an alarming sight standing within a secret Rebel base. The pragmatic droid is an effective insertion agent, as he can blend in perfectly at Imperial installations and outposts.
K-3PX
Character of the Marvel Comics' Star Wars issues #74-76 and #80, is a 3PX-series protocol droid and is a Darth Vader's henchman in his search of Luke Skywalker, is an assassin and is blue and black.

Tee Watt Kaa – voiced by George Coe

A Lurmen elder who led his people away from their war-torn homeworld, eventually landing on Maridun during the Clone Wars. He was extremely devoted to the traditions of his people and a strict pacifist. He cared greatly for such ideals, and firmly believed the Republic was no better than the Separatists because the two were equally responsible for the war.

Maz Kanata – voiced by Lupita Nyong'o

Ancient female space pirate in The Force Awakens. The character was created using motion capture.

Karina the Great – voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

Queen of Geonosis during the Clone Wars.

King Katuunko – voiced by Brian George

Toydarian monarch who aided the Republic during the Clone Wars. He was killed by Savage Opress after the Battle of Sullust.
Coleman Kcaj
Ongree Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council in Revenge of the Sith.

Obi-Wan Kenobi – portrayed by Alec Guinness and Ewan McGregor (films) and James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars, Rebels)

A wise and skilled Jedi Master who trains Anakin Skywalker and Luke Skywalker. A member of the Jedi Council and one of the Jedi survivors of Order 66. Obi-Wan Kenobi was also a Jedi General during the Clone Wars. Obi-Wan also killed General Grievous and defeated Darth Maul. His master is Qui-Gon Jinn, who was killed by Darth Maul. He was later slain by his old padawan Anakin Skywalker who had become Darth Vader.[52] Kenobi's latest appearance is in The Force Awakens, when Ewan McGregor's voice can be heard saying the newly recorded dialogue "These are your first steps" while via archive recordings Alec Guinness says "Rey", both occur during a flashback caused by Rey's touching Anakin Skywalker's lightsaber.[53]

Ki-Adi-Mundi – portrayed by Silas Carson

Cerean Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in the prequel trilogy.[54] He was one of the leaders of the Jedi strike force sent to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala on Geonosis. Killed on Mygeeto during Order 66 by Commander Bacara and his clone troopers.
Klaatu
A Green Nikto employed as one of Jabba the Hutt's skiff guards in Return of the Jedi.

Derek "Hobbie" Klivian – portrayed by Richard Oldfield

Rogue Squadron pilot in The Empire Strikes Back.[55]

Agen Kolar – portrayed by Tux Akindoyeni

Zabrak Jedi Master in Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith and the Clone Wars series. Wielded a green lightsaber in Attack of the Clones and a blue one in Revenge of the Sith, where he was on the Jedi High Council until killed by Darth Sidious.

Plo Koon – portrayed by Alan Ruscoe and Matt Sloan (prequel films), and James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars)

Kel Dor Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in the prequel trilogy and Expanded Universe. He discovered Togruta Padawan Ahsoka Tano and participated in many battles of the Clone Wars. In Revenge of the Sith, his ship was shot down on the skies of Cato Neimoidia by his own military escort (a squadron of ARC-170 starfighters led by Captain Jag) immediately after they received the order 66 (issued from Coruscant by Palpatine in person).
Krayn
Slave-trader who often conducted raids on Tatooine. Killed by Anakin Skywalker on a mission to Nar Shaddaa.

Pong Krell – voiced by Dave Fennoy

A Besalisk Jedi who serves as a temporary commander of the 501st during the Battle of Umbara during the Clone Wars. He hated clones and had secret aspirations to be Count Dooku's new apprentice, but was killed by Trooper Dogma after his treachery became known.

Bo-Katan Kryze – portrayed by Katee Sackhoff

A female Mandalorian and member of the Death Watch, second-in-command to Pre Vizsla and sister to the Death Watch's political enemy, Duchess Satine. She opposed Vizsla's alliance with Darth Maul and Savage Opress, and later led members of the Death Watch who felt as she did against those who remained loyal to Maul and his criminal allies.

Satine Kryze – voiced by Anna Graves

Duchess of Mandalore who wanted to keep Mandalore out of the Clone Wars. She formed and led the Council of Neutral Systems as a result, much to the disgust of the Mandalorian Death Watch under Pre Vizsla. The Death Watch made multiple attempts to eliminate Satine and reclaim Mandalore, only to be thwarted by the Jedi, particularly Satine's old friend Obi-Wan Kenobi. Kenobi had previously protected Satine in her youth, and the two had become quite close, with Obi-Wan claiming that he would have left the Jedi Order had Satine asked. Sadly, Satine later watched her world fall to the Shadow Collective-which included the Death Watch-under Darth Maul, who later murdered her in front of a captured Obi-Wan. She was survived by her sister Bo Katan, a member of the Death Watch who rebelled against Maul.

L[edit]

L'ulo
Duros pilot for the Rebel Alliance, featured in the Marvel Comics series Shattered Empire and Poe Dameron.

Beru Whitesun Lars

Owen Lars' girlfriend in Attack of the Clones then wife in Revenge of the Sith; the two take custody of the infant Luke Skywalker at the end of the latter film.[56] She is killed by stormtroopers in A New Hope.

Cliegg Lars – portrayed by Jack Thompson

Moisture farmer who purchased, then freed and married Shmi Skywalker, becoming the stepfather of Anakin Skywalker, whom he meets only briefly in Attack of the Clones.[57] He loses his leg when pursuing the Sand People who had kidnapped Shmi.[57] The name Cliegg, and variations of it, have been in Star Wars drafts since 1974.[57]

Owen Lars – portrayed by Phil Brown and Joel Edgerton

Son of Cliegg Lars and stepbrother of Anakin Skywalker.[58] He and his wife Beru take custody of Luke Skywalker in Revenge of the Sith.[58] The two were killed by stormtroopers in A New Hope.

Xamuel Lennox – portrayed by John Dicks

Imperial navy captain who served in Darth Vader's Death Squadron as captain of the Star Destroyer Tyrant.

Lobot – portrayed by John Hollis

Lando Calrissian's cyborg aide in The Empire Strikes Back.[59]

Logray – portrayed by Mike Edmonds

An Ewok medicine man in Return of the Jedi.

Letta Turmond – portrayed by Kari Wahlgren

Hardened by a life in the working class levels of Coruscant, Letta Turmond had a jaundiced view of the Jedi Order and the leadership of the Galactic Republic. Her husband, Jackar Bowmani, was a technician who worked in the Jedi Temple, and devoted his life to supporting the Order. With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, Bowmani's expertise was used to arm Republic gunships, and it galled Letta to see what was once an institution of peace and justice transformed into an instrument of war. She became an activist opposed to the Jedi involvement of the war, but her beliefs were so radical that they crossed the line into terrorism.[60]

M[edit]

General Crix Madine – played by Dermot Crowley

Imperial officer who defects to the Rebel Alliance.[61]
Shu Mai
President of the Commerce Guild, member of the Separatist Council. She was killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar along with the rest of the Separatist Council in Revenge of the Sith.

Malakili – played by Paul Brooke

Rancor keeper at Jabba the Hutt's palace on Tattooine in Return of the Jedi. He also appears in the 2016 novel Star Wars: Aftermath: Life Debt.
Malé-Dee
Senator of Uyter in Revenge of the Sith.[62]
Mama the Hutt
The mother of Ziro, Zorba, Ebor, Pazda, and Jiliac, the grandmother of Jabba the Hutt, and great-grandmother of Rotta the Huttlet. She is confronted by Obi-Wan Kenobi when her starship is taken by Ziro and his girlfriend Sy Snootles.
Ody Mandrell
Er'Kit podracer who participates in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.

Darth Maul – portrayed by Ray Park and voiced by Peter Serafinowicz and Samuel Witwer (The Clone Wars, Rebels)

Mother Talzin's son and Darth Sidious' apprentice in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, who kills Qui-Gon Jinn but is defeated by Obi-Wan Kenobi. He later returns during The Clone Wars with his brother, Savage Opress, to get revenge on Obi-Wan Kenobi. After losing to a duel with his former master, Darth Sidious (and seeing his brother get killed), Maul is captured, and although he escapes, he soon witnesses the collapse of his group, the Shadow Collective, and the death of his mother. Forced to flee, he is left in exile on the planet Malachor for many years, until he meets the young Jedi, Ezra Bridger, whom he attempts to drift to the Dark Side. Although he fails, Maul is able to escape aboard a TIE fighter.[63]

Mawhonic: Gran podracer at the Boonta Eve Classic in The Phantom Menace.

Droopy McCool – portrayed by Deep Roy

Member of the Max Rebo Band. He is a Kitonak.

Pharl McQuarrie – portrayed by Ralph McQuarrie

Alliance general that appears in The Empire Strikes Back.
ME-8D9
An "ancient protocol droid of unknown manufacture" that resides and works as a translator at Maz Kanata's castle on Takodana in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015).[64]

Lyn Me – portrayed by Dalyn Chew

A Twi'lek backup singer and dancer for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of "Return of the Jedi".

Tion Medon – portrayed by Bruce Spence

Local administrator on Utapau in Revenge of the Sith.[65]

Sly Moore – portrayed by Sandi Findlay

One of Palpatine's personal aides.[66]

Morley – voiced by Ben Diskin

A snake-like Anacondan that helped Darth Maul survive on the junk world of Lotho Minor. He leads Savage Opress to his long lost brother.
Moff Delian Mors
Imperial officer introduced in Star Wars: Lords of the Sith.[67]

Mon Mothma – portrayed by Caroline Blakiston (Return of the Jedi) and Genevieve O'Reilly (Revenge of the Sith and Rogue One), voiced by Kath Soucie (The Clone Wars)

Republic senator; later, co-founder and leader of the Rebel Alliance, appears in JK2.[68] Later served as Chancellor of the New Republic and was a major influence in relocating the Galactic Capital from Coruscant to Hosnian Prime following the defeat of the Empire.[69]

Moteé – portrayed by Kristy Wright

Handmaiden to Senator Padmé Amidala, in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.

Admiral Conan Antonio Motti – portrayed by Richard LeParmentier

Officer aboard the Death Star so overconfident in its power that he dared belittle Lord Vader about his faith in the Force, and who was almost choked to death by Vader for that insolence before Grand Moff Tarkin ordered Vader to stop.[70] George Lucas, in a May 1, 2007 appearance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, gave Motti's full name as "Conan Antonio Motti".

N[edit]

Jobal Naberrie – portrayed by Trisha Noble

Padmé Amidala's mother.

Pooja Naberrie – portrayed by Hayley Mooy

Daughter of Sola Naberrie and niece of Padmé Amidala. She replaced Jar Jar Binks as Senator of the Chommell Sector. She was also the cousin of Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa.

Ruwee Naberrie – portrayed by Graeme Blundell

Padmé Amidala's father.

Ryoo Naberrie – portrayed by Keira Wingate

Padmé Amidala's niece, the daughter of Sola Naberrie and Pooja's older sister.

Sola Naberrie – portrayed by Claudia Karvan

Padmé Amidala's older sister, the mother of Ryoo and Pooja Naberrie, and the maternal aunt of Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa.
Darred Janred Naberrie
Husband of Sola Naberrie and father of Ryoo Naberrie & Pooja Naberrie. He is also the uncle of Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa.

Momaw Nadon – operated by Jon Berg and Phil Tippett

Ithorian seen in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope. Named "Hammerhead" during the Kenner action figure runs of the 1970s and 1980s.

Boss Rugor Nass – portrayed by Brian Blessed (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Greg Burson and Kevin Michael Richardson (video games)

Gungan leader in The Phantom Menace, and attends Padmé Amidala's funeral in Revenge of the Sith.[71]

Captain Lorth Needa – portrayed by Michael Culver

Captain of the Star Destroyer Avenger killed by Darth Vader for failing to capture the Millennium Falcon in The Empire Strikes Back.[72]

Queen Neeyutnee – voiced by Jameelah McMillan

Ruler of Naboo during the Clone Wars, succeeding Queen Jamillia.
Ona Nobis
Sorrusian bounty hunter who primarily captured test subjects for Jenna Zan Arbor so Zan Arbor could conduct her experiments on the Force. She used the alias "Reesa On".

Jocasta Nu – portrayed by Alethea McGrath

Jedi librarian; killed by Darth Vader during Order 66.

Po Nudo – portrayed by Paul Nicholson

Aqualish Senator who became a member of the Separatist Council, representing the Hyper-Communications Cartel. He was killed along with the rest of the Separatist Council by Darth Vader on Mustafar in Revenge of the Sith.

Nien Nunb – portrayed by Richard Bonehill (in full body suit) and Mike Quinn (as puppet aboard the Millennium Falcon), voiced by Kipsang Rotich

A Sullustan smuggler, he was Lando Calrissian's co-pilot in Return of the Jedi.[73] He returned in The Force Awakens as a member of Poe Dameron's X-Wing Squadron.

O[edit]

Astri Oddo
Friend of Obi-Wan Kenobi and ally of the Jedi Order.

Barriss Offee – portrayed by Nalini Krishan in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002) and voiced by Meredith Salenger in Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2009, 2013)

Jedi Padawan of Luminara Unduli. She was a close friend of Ahsoka Tano, but she later betrayed her and orchestrated a terrorist bombing after she became disillusioned with the Jedi Order's wartime policies. Offee was eventually caught and imprisoned.[74]

Hondo Ohnaka – voiced by Jim Cummings

The Weequay leader of the space pirates known as the Onaka Gang, Hondo follows a code of honor despite using sneaky tactics and treachery if it is for "good business"; however, should the situation call for it, he will value honor and not attempt anything that would tarnish his own. During the Clone Wars, having initially planned to sell Obi-wan, Anakin, and Count Dooku for the highest bidder, Hondo expressed a degree of respect to Obi-wan and the Jedi as he convinced Boba Fett to help them avert a disaster and later shot off one of Darth Maul's mechanical legs.
Years after the Clone Wars, despite losing his crew to the Galactic Empire, Hondo continues his criminal activities while having dealings with the Rebellion crew of the Ghost. Hondo even tells Ezra that he thought of Anakin and Obi-wan as his friends.

Ric Olié – portrayed by Ralph Brown

Pilots the queen's ship and an N-1 starfighter in The Phantom Menace.[75]

Oola – portrayed by Femi Taylor

Young Twi'lek dancer enslaved by Jabba the Hutt and chained to his throne. Killed by Jabba's Rancor Monster.[76]

Savage Opress – voiced by Clancy Brown

A Zabrak warrior of the Nightbrother clan on the planet Dathomir, Darth Maul's brother alongside Feral. He is hand picked by Asajj Ventress as part of her scheme to kill Count Dooku for the attempt on her life and is altered by the Nightsisters, becoming more of a berserker on Ventress' call to the point of killing Feral without remorse, Opress manages to become Dooku's new apprentice and learns only a bit in the ways of the Sith before Ventress has him help her fight Dooku, due to his actions under him getting unwanted attention from the Jedi. However, in the heat of the moment and provoked by both of them, Opress tries to kill both Dooku and Ventress before escaping the Jedi and instructed by Mother Talzin to find Maul so he can complete his training to defend himself against the numerous enemies he has made. Finding Maul a shell of his former self on a junk planet, Opress manages to stir up his brother's grudge with Obi-Wan to aid him in his revenge against the Jedi. Later killed by Darth Sidious on Mandalore.

Bail Prestor Organa – portrayed by Jimmy Smits

Leia Organa's adoptive father. He is the Senator of Alderaan and one of the Rebel Alliance's founding members. He was killed in the destruction of Alderaan.[5] Adrian Dunbar portrayed Organa for scenes cut from The Phantom Menace.[5]

Queen Breha Organa – portrayed by Rebecca Jackson Mendoza

Ruler of Alderaan, wife of Bail Organa, and adoptive mother of Leia Organa. She was killed in the destruction of Alderaan alongside her husband.

Leia Amidala Skywalker Organa Solo – portrayed by Carrie Fisher and voiced by Julie Dolan

Luke Skywalker's sister and Han Solo's wife.[77] Leader in the Rebel Alliance, The New Republic, and the Resistance.[77]

Garazeb "Zeb" Orrelios – voiced by Steven Blum

A Lasat honor guard who rose up against the empire and is now the muscle of the Ghost crew.
Orrin
A male Neimoidian ally of the CIS during the Clone Wars.

Admiral Ozzel – portrayed by Michael Sheard

Initial commander of Darth Vader's Super Star Destroyer Executor in The Empire Strikes Back.[78] Vader kills Ozzel for his incompetence. George Lucas remarked that Sheard produced "the best screen death" he'd seen.[79]

P[edit]

Pablo-Jill
Ongree Jedi Knight from Attack of the Clones. He was seen in the Jedi Temple and was present at the Battle of Geonosis, where he wielded a blue lightsaber.
Jessika "Jess" Testor Pava – portrayed by Jessica Henwick
A Resistance X-wing pilot introduced in The Force Awakens. She is shown to idolize Luke Skywalker in the spin-off novel The Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure.[80][81] The character also appears in the comic series Star Wars: Poe Dameron.[82]
Palpatine – portrayed by Ian McDiarmid, and voiced by Ian Abercrombie, Samuel Witwer, and Tim Curry
Naboo senator and later Supreme Chancellor of the Republic. He is also known as Darth Sidious, a Dark Lord of the Sith. His machinations turn the Galactic Republic into the Galactic Empire, with himself as its emperor. He lures Anakin Skywalker to the dark side of the Force and renames him Darth Vader. He is eventually killed by a redeemed Anakin Skywalker.[83]

Captain Panaka – portrayed by Hugh Quarshie and voiced by Jeff Coopwood

Captain of the queen's guard in The Phantom Menace who eventually becomes an Imperial moff.[84]

Baron Papanoida – portrayed by George Lucas (Revenge of the Sith) and Corey Burton (The Clone Wars)

Pantoran Senator and Chairman of the Pantoran Assembly. Papanoida is voiced by Corey Burton in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, but is portrayed briefly in Revenge of the Sith by George Lucas, making that the only appearance Lucas makes on-screen in any of the Star Wars films.

Che Emanway Papanoida Che Emanwe Papanoida is one of Baron Papaoida's two daughters and served as a representative for her home world of Pantora. She and her sister, Chi, were kidnapped by the Trade Federation following a trade blockade of Pantora.

Chi Eekway Papanoida – portrayed by Katie Lucas

Daughter of Baron Papanoida who represented the planet Wroona in the Galactic Senate. She appeared in scenes deleted from Revenge of the Sith as one of the senators of the Delegation of 2000.

Paploo – portrayed by Kenny Baker

One of the Ewoks in Return of the Jedi. He steals a speeder from the scout troopers.

Captain Phasma – portrayed by Gwendoline Christie

Officer who commands the First Order's legions of troopers in The Force Awakens.

Even Piell – portrayed by Michaela Cottrel

Lannik Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and the Clone Wars television series.[85]

Firmus Piett – portrayed by Kenneth Colley

Imperial officer, initially a captain, who is promoted to replace Admiral Ozzel as commanding officer of the Executor after Vader kills Ozzel.[86]
Darth Plagueis
A Muun Sith Lord, whose birth name was Hego Damask, who was obsessed with finding the key to immortality and mentioned in Revenge of the Sith. Sheev Palpatine / Darth Sidious tells Anakin Skywalker that Darth Plagueis became so powerful that he was able to create life by influencing the midi-chlorians, and had the power to save people from dying. Palpatine tells Anakin Skywalker that Plagueis was killed in his sleep by his apprentice, who in turn was Palpatine himself, all of which were later elaborated on in the now-non-canon Darth Plagueis novel. In an ironic turn of events, the Emperor was later betrayed and killed by his Sith apprentice, Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader.[83]

Unkar Plutt – portrayed by Simon Pegg

A crolute junkboss on the planet Jakku who deals out portions in exchange for pieces of salvage. He notices BB-8 and sends his thugs to follow Rey but she later steals the Millennium Falcon – hidden under a tarp – in order escape the planet.

Poggle the Lesser – voiced by Marton Csokas

Archduke of Geonosis and one of the Separatist leaders killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar. He was part of the Techno Union.[87]
Yarael Poof
A Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council in The Phantom Menace.[88]

Jek Tono Porkins – portrayed by William Hootkins

A corpulent X-wing pilot codenamed "Red Six" killed in A New Hope.[89]

Nahdonnis Praji – portrayed by George Roubicek

Imperial Navy officer who served as Darth Vader's aide aboard the Star Destroyer Devastator in A New Hope. He reports to Vader regarding the status of the stolen Death Star plans. Many years later, following Emperor Palpatine's resurrection, he becomes Governor of the planet Kaikielius.
PZ-4CO
A droid who appears in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015).

Q[edit]

Ben Quadrinaros
One of the pod-racers in The Phantom Menace. He and Anakin Skywalker's pod-racers are the only ones that do not take off. His pod explodes after having trouble with its power couplings.

R[edit]

R4-P17
Astromech droid that accompanies Obi-Wan Kenobi on his mission to Kamino in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones. Decapitated by Buzz Droids in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.

R2-D2 – portrayed by Kenny Baker (Episodes I-VII) and Jimmy Vee (Episode VIII) Astromech droid that appears in all seven Star Wars films.

R2-Q5
A black R2 unit droid (resembling a black R2-D2) that first appears briefly on the second Death Star in Return of the Jedi.[90]
R3-S6
Features in Star Wars: The Clone Wars as a replacement Astromech droid for Anakin when R2 is lost. He is later shown as a spy working for General Grievous. He is soon after destroyed by R2-D2 himself.
R4-P44
Astromech droid stationed on the second Death Star (Appears in Episode VI: Return of the Jedi).
R5-D4
Astromech droid originally sold to Owen Lars on Tatooine in Star Wars; it immediately malfunctions, and is replaced by R2-D2.[91]
R5-J2
An Imperial astromech droid that briefly appears on board the second Death Star in Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
R4-G9
The Astromech droid that replaced R4-P17 in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.
Vuffi Raa
Lando Calrissian's droid companion in The Adventures of Lando Calrissian.
Ahri Raas
A Keshiri male. Childhood friend of Vestara Khai.

Rabé – portrayed by Karol Cristina da Silva

Handmaiden to Queen Amidala seen in The Phantom Menace.

Dak Ralter – portrayed by John Morton

Luke Skywalker's snowspeeder gunner in The Empire Strikes Back.[92]

Oppo Rancisis – portrayed by Jerome Blake

Thisspiasian Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in the prequel trilogy, master of Battle Meditation.[93]
Rappertunie
Shawda Ubb Growdi player for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.

Max Rebo – portrayed by Simon Williamson

Leader of the Max Rebo Band in Return of the Jedi.[94]

Ree-Yees – portrayed by Richard Bonehill and Mike Quinn

A three-eyed alien seen in the background at Jabba's Palace in the film Return of the Jedi. The character's backstory is that he is a banished Gran convicted of murder on his homeworld, Kinyen. Ree-Yees expatriated to Tatooine, where he established himself in Jabba's Palace. Later, Ree-Yees plotted to assassinate Jabba the Hutt for the Galactic Empire, in exchange for a retraction of his murder sentence.[95]

Kylo Ren – portrayed by Adam Driver

The alter-ego of Ben Solo after his fall to the dark side; his new name signifies his status as Master of the Knights of Ren.
Captain Rex
Anakin Skywalker's second-in-command and captain of 501st in the Clone Wars series, and as a retired clone trooper who joins the Rebellion in Star Wars Rebels.

Rey – portrayed by Daisy Ridley

Rey is a scavenger who lives on the desert planet Jakku. After meeting Finn and BB-8 she joins the Resistance. She then learns she is a Jedi and she fights Kylo Ren. After that she sets off on a journey to find Luke Skywalker.

General Carlist Rieekan – portrayed by Bruce Boa

Rebel commanding officer on Hoth in The Empire Strikes Back.[96]
Rogue Squadron
Rebel Alliance and New Republic starfighter pilots featured in the original trilogy and Expanded Universe.
Rotta the Hutt
Jabba the Hutt's son. Kidnapped by Count Dooku in The Clone Wars animated film.
Dash Rendar
A Human male smuggler, freelancer and captain of the CEC YT-2400 freighter, Outrider, in the Shadows of the Empire multimedia campaign.

S[edit]

Sabé – portrayed by Keira Knightley

One of Padmé Amidala's handmaidens in The Phantom Menace.[97] Sabé is the queen's decoy; for parts of the movie, the Sabé character is addressed as Amidala.[97] Knightley was cast as Sabé due to her striking resemblance to Natalie Portman, who portrayed Amidala.

Saché – portrayed by Sofia Coppola

One of the youngest[98] of the five handmaidens of Queen Padmé Amidala of Naboo in The Phantom Menace.
Naga Sadow
Dark side magician and Dark Lord of the Sith during the first Sith Empire. He attempted to conquer the Republic, but ultimately failed after he was betrayed by Gav Daragon. He entered stasis on Yavin 4, and was reawakened 600 years later by Freedon Nadd, who killed him after his training was finished.
Sage-Boneria
Young female briefly mentioned in the books as the first Twi'lek Jedi.

Sarkli – voiced by Robin Atkin Downes

Former Rebel pilot who defected to the Empire, where he served on the second Death Star and participated in the Battle of Endor.

Queen Miraj Scintel – voiced by Rajia Baroudi

Queen of Zygerria, member of the Separatist Council. She captured Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Ahsoka and attempted to auction them off as slaves; however, they were rescued by clone troopers, and she was Force-choked to death by Count Dooku for her failure.

Sebulba – voiced by Lewis MacLeod

Podracer who competes against Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace. Sebulba was once a slave, but his podracing skills bought his freedom.[99]

Aayla Secura – portrayed by Amy Allen (film),[100] voiced by Jennifer Hale (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)

[101] Twi'lek Jedi who appears in Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, Dark Horse Comics' Republic and Clone Wars series, and The Clone Wars television series.

Korr Sella – portrayed by Maisie Richardson-Sellers[citation needed]

A human female military officer who served under the command of General Leia Organa-Solo 30 years after the Battle of Endor. She went to Hosnian Prime as Organa-Solo requested her to deliver a warning when the First Order destroyed the planet and its system with their superweapon, Starkiller Base. Unfortunately, at the time of Hosnian Prime's destruction, Sella was on Hosnian Prime and was killed alongside the population of the Hosnian system. She appeared in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens and only appeared in one scene.[citation needed]

Zev Senesca – portrayed by Christopher Malcolm

A Rogue Squadron pilot in The Empire Strikes Back.[102]
Shedao Shai
A supreme commander and the advance leader for the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the Star Wars galaxy at the beginning of The New Jedi Order series. Corran Horn defeats Shai in a duel.
Echuu Shen-Jon
Former Padawan to Mace Windu who served as a Jedi General during the Clone Wars. Went into hiding after Order 66 was given, and re-emerged during the Galactic Civil War to fight for the Rebel Alliance.
Garris Shrike
Corellian criminal and former bounty hunter who raised Han Solo.

Sifo-Dyas:  – voiced by Paul Nakauchi

Jedi master who was impersonated by Count Dooku to order the creation of the clone trooper army in the prequel trilogy.

Aurra Sing – portrayed by Michonne Bourriague

Bounty hunter in The Phantom Menace and The Clone Wars.[103]

Anakin Skywalker – portrayed by Jake Lloyd (I), Hayden Christensen (II, III, and VI), David Prowse (IV-VI), Sebastian Shaw (VI), Spencer Wilding (Rogue One); voiced by Matt Lanter (Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels; as Anakin), James Earl Jones (III-VI, Rogue One, Star Wars Rebels as Darth Vader)

Jedi whose fall and redemption are portrayed in the Star Wars films. His master was Obi-Wan Kenobi. Was married to Padmé Amidala; father of Luke and Leia. He is an excellent Pod Racer and he is the Chosen One.[104] Known as Darth Vader after his fall to the dark side.

Luke Skywalker – portrayed by Mark Hamill

Anakin Skywalker's and Padmé Amidala's son and Leia Organa's twin.[105] Jedi whose coming of age and rise as a Jedi are portrayed in the original Star Wars trilogy and the sequel trilogy.

Shmi Skywalker – portrayed by Pernilla August

Anakin Skywalker's mother who is always supportive of her son. She, too, is a slave. Qui-Gon attempts to bargain for her freedom but fails. Anakin finds it hard to leave Tatooine without her. Some time after Anakin leaves, a widowed moisture farmer named Cliegg Lars falls in love with Shmi. After purchasing her freedom from Watto, Cliegg marries her, and she joins the Lars household, which includes Cliegg's son Owen. She dies in Anakin's arms after being kidnapped and tortured by Tusken Raiders in Attack of the Clones.[106]
Rae Sloane
Imperial captain introduced in Star Wars: A New Dawn, later an admiral in Star Wars: Aftermath.[107]

Supreme Leader Snoke – portrayed by Andy Serkis

The political leader of the First Order. He is Kylo Ren's master and appears to be very powerful in the dark side of the Force in The Force Awakens.[108]
Sy Snootles
Lead vocalist of the Max Rebo Band in Return of the Jedi.[109]

Osi Sobeck – voiced by James Arnold Taylor

Phidian CIS commander who served as the warden of the prison known as "The Citadel" on the planet Lola Sayu.

Han Solo – portrayed by Harrison Ford and Alden Ehrenreich

Captain of the Millennium Falcon who joins the Rebellion and marries Leia Organa. Solo is murdered by his son, Kylo Ren after a failed attempt to turn his son good again.[110]
Maarek Stele
An Imperial starfighter ace.

Lama Su – voiced by Anthony Phelan

Prime Minister of Kamino in Attack of the Clones.[111] In The Clone Wars he is revealed to be in the employ of Darth Tyrannus as part of the scheme to have the clones eliminate the Jedi.

Gavyn Sykes – portrayed by Christian Simpson

A lieutenant in the Royal Naboo Security Force during the Invasion of Naboo. Partnered with R2-C4 to knock out the Droid Control Ship's Shield Generator in The Phantom Menace, allowing young Anakin Skywalker to destroy the ship from within.[112]

Cham Syndulla – voiced by Robin Atkin Downes

A Twi'lek freedom fighter who opposed the Separatists independently before allying with the Republic Army when the Clone Wars came to Ryloth. But in the aftermath of the Clone Wars, Cham opposed the newly established Galactic Empire's occupation of his world and became distanced from his daughter Hera after the death of her mother due to his single-minded determination to liberate Ryloth at any cost. The pair were later reconciled after Cham and his warriors Gobi and Numa teamed up with Hera's crew to steal an Imperial carrier and shoot down an Imperial cruiser over Ryloth.[113]

Hera Syndulla – voiced by Vanessa Marshall

A Twi'lek female who is the daughter of Cham Syndulla, leaving her homeworld fight the Empire as a member of the rebel crew of the Ghost. She is the mother-figure of the Ghost crew, and holds the group together when they would otherwise fall apart.[114]

T[edit]

Orn Free Taa – portrayed by Jerome Blake (Episode I) and Matt Rowan (Episodes II & III) and voiced by Matthew Wood (Episode III) and Phil LaMarr (The Clone Wars)

A corpulent Twi'lek who represents Ryloth in the Galactic Senate during the Prequel Trilogy. Appears in all three films in the Prequel Trilogy, as well as several episodes of The Clone Wars.

General Cassio Tagge – portrayed by Don Henderson

Imperial officer aboard the Death Star in A New Hope.[115]

Mother Talzin – voiced by Barbara Goodson

The Dathomirian leader of the Nightsister clans of witches before and during the Clone Wars. It appears she and Count Dooku were on good terms priorly; he refers to her as "sister" or by her title. She possesses great magical powers, being able to do almost anything; ranging from mind control, manipulating matter, and turning into mist. Following Grievous' attack on Dathomir, she is the only Nightsister left aside from Ventress. In The Lost Episodes, in a bid to make herself stronger than Jedi and Sith, Talzin manipulated a cult into stealing the living Force within other beings and collect in an orb for her. When enough was collected, Talzin would absorb the Force and gain great strength. However, she is defeated by the combined efforts of Mace Windu and Jar Jar Binks. In Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir, she ultimately dies at the hands of General Grievous on Dathomir in order to allow Maul, her son, to escape.

Wat Tambor – portrayed by Chris Truswell

Skakoan Foreman of the Techno Union and Executive of Baktoid Armor Workshop before and during The Clone Wars. He serves on the Separatist Council during the Clone Wars and helps fund and supply the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[116]

Riff Tamson – voiced by Gary Anthony Williams

Riff Tamson is a shark-like Separatist leader, known for his ferocity and brilliant mind. He led the forces at one of the Battles of Mon Calamari, and was killed by a bomb.
Sev'rance Tann
One of Count Dooku's dark acolytes who also became a general in the Separatist Droid Army. Was killed only a month after the beginning of the war.

Ahsoka Tano – voiced by Ashley Eckstein

Anakin Skywalker's Togruta Jedi Padawan. Over time she developed greater skills and techniques, and became a trusted leader, which she demonstrated after she refused to abandon hope and returned to the Jedi Temple with other kidnapped Padawans after being kidnapped by Trandoshan sport hunters. Near the end of Season 5 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, she was framed by her friend Barriss Offee for bombing the Jedi Temple and killing a suspect in question. She was then expelled from the Jedi Order and turned over to the Republic for trial. After being proved innocent, Ahsoka was asked by her master Anakin Skywalker and the other Jedi to rejoin the Order, but to their shock, she refused. When asked by Anakin why she was doing this, she replied that the Council didn't trust her, and asked him how could she trust them or herself. Additionally, she said that she needed to find her own path without the Jedi order and without her master, and left Anakin in tears. She is later revealed to be the mysterious "Fulcrum" in Star Wars Rebels, and is hunted by Darth Vader and the Inquisitors.

Tarfful – portrayed by Michael Kingma

Wookiee chieftain who, along with Chewbacca, commanded the Wookiee warriors during the Battle of Kashyyyk, and later helped Yoda escape the clone troopers after Order 66 is given in Revenge of the Sith.

Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin – portrayed by Peter Cushing in Episode IV: A New Hope, Wayne Pygram (Episode III) and voiced by Stephen Stanton (The Clone Wars, Rebels)

The Imperial governor of the Outer Rim territories, and the commanding officer of the Death Star in A New Hope.[117]

Captain Roos Tarpals – portrayed by Steven Spiers

Gungan captain in The Phantom Menace.[118] He later becomes a general by the time of the Clone Wars and dies trying to capture General Grievous.

TC-14 – portrayed by John Fensom and voiced by Lindsay Duncan

A protocol droid who appears in the beginning of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.[119]
Teebo
Leader of the group of Ewoks that captured Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca and the droids; later the one whom R2-D2 electrocutes upon being freed. Has a more prominent role in the novelization.
Teedo
A Scavenger who lived on Jakku.

Tessek – portrayed by Gerald Home

Also known as "Squid Head", Jabba the Hutt's accountant in Return of the Jedi.[120]

Lor San Tekka – portrayed by Max von Sydow

A former explorer and a devout follower of the Church of the Force, as well as an old ally of Luke Skywalker, living on the planet Jakku. At the beginning of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, he gives Poe Dameron a fragment of the map needed to find Luke Skywalker. He is later executed by Kylo Ren.
Lieutenant Thire
He is seen with master Yoda. He is Commander of the Clone Shock Troopers. He was seen in Revenge of the Sith, where he told Palpatine that they did not find Yoda's body on the Senate chamber's floor.

Grand Admiral Thrawn – voiced by Lars Mikkelsen

The antagonist in Timothy Zahn's Thrawn Trilogy, a Chiss whose full name is Mitth'raw'nuruodo. He is a brilliant strategist and art-lover who often finds that he can dissect the psyche of an individual or culture by examining their artwork.[121] He is scheduled to make an appearance in the third season of Star Wars Rebels.

Shaak Ti – portrayed by Orli Shoshan

Jedi Master and member of The Jedi Council in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith who escaped The Great Jedi Purge. In a deleted scene from Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, she is killed by General Grievous on this ship the Invisible Hand, as Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi watch.

Saesee Tiin – portrayed by Khan Bonfils, Jesse Jensen, and Kenji Oates

Jedi Master and member of the Jedi High Council in the prequel trilogy and Clone Wars TV series. He was one of the four Jedi Masters who died trying to arrest Palpatine. He used a green lightsaber.
Tikkes
Separatist Council member and Senator of the CIS-allied Quarren Isolation League on Mon Calamari. Led one of the Separatist assaults on Mon Calamari; killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar.

Meena Tills – portrayed by Paul Jay Davies

Senator of Calamari Sector in Revenge of the Sith and the Clone Wars television series.

Wag Too – voiced by Alec Medlock

A Lurmen healer and the son of village leader, Tee Watt Kaa. He was more grateful than his father when Ahsoka, Aayla and Anakin returned to protect their village, and was willing to enter combat to defend his home from the Separatists.
Coleman Trebor
Vurk Jedi Master who participated in the Battle of Geonosis. Killed by Jango Fett while attempting to kill Count Dooku.
Si Treemba
One of Obi-Wan's Arconan friends.

Admiral Trench – voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

Harch Admiral of the Separatist Navy who commanded the blockade of the planet Christophsis. He supposedly died in the episode 'Cat and Mouse' but was seen in a sneak clip for the upcoming episodes with an almost full metallic body he gained after nearly dying in Cat and Mouse.

Longo Two-Guns – voiced by Tom Kane

Crime lord who was a rival to Jabba the Hutt. He was recognized as the "fastest blaster on Tatooine".

Captain Gregar Typho – portrayed by Jay Laga'aia

Amidala's bodyguard in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith.[122]

U[edit]

U9-C4
Timid astromech droid sent on a mission with D-Squad, an all-droid special unit in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.[123]

Luminara Unduli – portrayed by Mary Oyaya, voiced by Cree Summer (Clone Wars), voiced by Olivia d'Abo (The Clone Wars): Mirialan Jedi Master in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, having Barriss Offee as a Padawan. She is killed as a result of Order 66.[124] Luminara is a playable character in Lego Star Wars: The Video Game and the video game version of The Clone Wars. In Star Wars Rebels, the rebels were told Luminara was alive, but it was a plan to lure them into a trap.

V[edit]

Finis Valorum – portrayed by Terence Stamp

The final legitimate Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic, he was ousted from office in The Phantom Menace, allowing Palpatine to rise to power.[125] Finis valorum is Late Latin for "the end of worthy deeds", referring to the fact that he was the last Supreme Chancellor before his successor, Palpatine, turned the Republic into the Empire. According to Terence Stamp, the actor who played him, Valorum was intended by George Lucas to be based on then-President of the United States Bill Clinton as a "good but beleaguered man," although when mentioning this, Stamp was quick to point out that this had been before the Clinton impeachment trial.[126]

Nahdar Vebb – voiced by Tom Kenny

A male Mon Calamari who served as the Padawan of Jedi Master Kit Fisto during the Clone Wars. Vebb was killed by the infamous General Grievous.

General Maximilian Veers – portrayed by Julian Glover

Officer who led the Empire's attack on Hoth in The Empire Strikes Back.[127]
Sinjir Rath Velus
Imperial turncoat introduced in Star Wars: Aftermath.[128]

Asajj Ventress – voiced by Grey DeLisle and Nika Futterman

An antagonist in the The Clone Wars series. She was a Sith apprentice, but later returned to a cult called the Night Sisters (of which she was formerly a member) after being abandoned by her master, Count Dooku. She abandoned the Dark Side and her Sith ways. As a result, Count Dooku then sent a squad to wipe out the rest of her "sisters" via a droid company led by General Grievous. She then resorted to bounty hunting, but still retained her two red lightsabers as weapons. She hunted Savage Opress and in the process ended up helping Obi-Wan Kenobi escape from him. Bariss Offee later stole her lightsabers and mask, using them to pose as Ventress while framing Ahsoka for the bombings. Despite not having her lightsabers, Ventress could still put up a good fight with substitute weapons and the same fighting style. She later perished in the canon novel Star Wars: Dark Disciple, which was intended for a story arc in the series.[129] In the novel, she teams up with Jedi Quinlan Vos to assassinate Count Dooku. Along the way, the two fall in love. However, their attempt to kill Dooku fails, and Dooku captures Vos, who turns to the dark side. Ventress successfully turns Vos back, but dies saving Vos from an angered Dooku. She is later buried on Dathomir, amongst her fallen sisters.

Dr. Nuvo Vindi – voiced by Michael York

Faust scientist who worked with the CIS during the Clone Wars. He rediscovered the Blue Shadow Virus and attempted to weaponize it for Separatist use.

Pre Vizsla

A human male from Mandalore and the leader of the Mandalorian Death Watch faction during the Clone Wars.

Quinlan Vos - voiced by Al Rodrigo

A Jedi Master in the The Clone Wars series, and the master of Jedi Aayla Secura. In the novel Star Wars: Dark Disciple, he teams up with (and later falls in love with) Asajj Ventress in an attempt to assassinate Count Dooku. This fails, and Vos falls to the dark side. He is brought back to the light side by Ventress, but is heartbroken when she dies to save him. He buries her on her homeworld, Dathomir, and is reinstated into the Jedi Council.

W[edit]

WAC-47 – voiced by Ben Diskin

An over-excitable pit droid that is assigned to a special Republic group of droids to steal an encryption module from the Separatists in Star Wars; The Clone Wars.[130]

Wald – portrayed by Warwick Davis

Rodian slave boy under the ownership of Watto and friends with Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace.
Warlug
Gamorrean Guard from Return of the Jedi.
Warok
Ewok from Return of the Jedi.

Wicket W. Warrick – portrayed by Warwick Davis

Ewok who helps Princess Leia and the other Rebels in Return of the Jedi.

Watto – voiced by Andy Secombe

Toydarian junk store owner and slaveholder of Anakin and Shmi Skywalker in The Phantom Menace.
Lieutenant Watts
AT-ST gunner from Return of the Jedi.

Taun We – voiced by Rena Owen

Kaminoan administrator who guides Obi-Wan Kenobi during his visit to the cloning facility in Attack of the Clones.[131] During filming, Owen wore on set a maquette of the alien's head atop a hardhat, providing her co-stars with the proper eye-line for talking with the character.[131]

Zam Wesell – portrayed by Leeanna Walsman

Shape-shifting bounty hunter who fails in her mission to kill Padmé Amidala and was killed by Jango Fett.[132]
Norra Wexley
Rebel pilot introduced in Star Wars: Aftermath, wayward mother of Snap.[31]

Temmin "Snap" Wexley – portrayed by Greg Grunberg

Resourceful teenager introduced in the Aftermath trilogy, in which he has adventures with his mother Norra. He is a Resistance X-wing fighter pilot in The Force Awakens.[31][133][134]

Mace Windu – portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson and voiced by Samuel L. Jackson (Clone Wars film) and Terrence C. Carson (Clone Wars TV series and video games): A master who sits on the Jedi Council and one of the central protagonists of the Prequel Trilogy, as well as the main character in Shatterpoint. Windu is regarded as one of the best swordsmen in Jedi history. He served as Master of the Order in the years leading up to the Clone Wars and was a renowned Jedi General. He is thrown out of a window, apparently to his death, and three other Jedi are killed by Darth Sidious during their failed attempt to arrest him in Revenge of the Sith.[135]

Wittin
Jawa from Return of the Jedi.
Commander Wolffe
A clone commander who led the 104th Battalion's Wolfpack under Jedi General Plo Koon in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. He ends up in the Seelos system with fellow clones Rex and Gregor following the Clone Wars.

Wollivan – portrayed by Warwick Davis

A tavern-dweller in Maz Kanata's castle in The Force Awakens.

Sabine Wren – voiced by Tiya Sircar

A 16-year-old Mandalorian graffiti artist, Imperial Academy dropout, former bounty hunter and the Ghost crew's weapons expert and resident artist.

Wuher – portrayed by Ted Burnett

Bartender at the Mos Eisley Cantina in A New Hope.[136]

Y[edit]

Yaddle – portrayed by Phil Eason

Female member of Yoda's species. Yaddle is a member of the Jedi Council in The Phantom Menace.[137] Iain McCaig's concept art was originally a depiction of a young Yoda, conveying youth, pain, and wisdom inspired.[137] This work was used to create Yaddle.[137] Yaddle is also a member of the species Triclorophite.

Yané – portrayed by Candice Orwell

She is the youngest of Padmé Amidala's handmaidens in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.

Yoda – portrayed by Frank Oz and voiced by Frank Oz (Rebels) and Tom Kane (mainly The Clone Wars and video games)

Jedi master who trained Count Dooku and Luke Skywalker. His homeworld is unknown, but he goes into exile on Dagobah after the fall of the Republic in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.[138]
Joh Yowza
A Yuzzum only seen in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi. He is a member of the Max Rebo Band.

Wullf Yularen – portrayed by Robert Clarke (A New Hope) and voiced by Tom Kane (The Clone Wars)

Admiral in the Republic Navy who served during the Clone Wars as the leader of Anakin Skywalker's fleet. He became an Imperial officer after the Empire came to power and served aboard the first Death Star. Seen in A New Hope. He usually speaks the second half of his sentences before the first half; however, if his sentence is short enough, he doesn't.

Z[edit]

Jenna Zan Arbor
Megalomaniacal scientist who wanted to learn the secrets of the Force. To do this, she kidnapped and tortured Jedi, and later drained their bodies of their blood. During the Clone Wars she worked with the CIS.

Ziro the Hutt – voiced by Corey Burton:

Jabba the Hutt's flamboyant uncle who appears in the Clone Wars series. He is also Mama the Hutt's son.

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