June of this year Mark Hamill revealed in a Tweet that he has been in every Stars Wars film except the prequels, he even did voice work in The Clone Wars. Crazy right? Hamill usually uses the pseudonym Patrick Williams or some variation.
Solo and Rogue One.
While it’s known he did voice work for these two movies Mark has yet to tell us who. If you watch the credits you will see a William M. Patrick in the ‘Additional Voices’ section. The name he uses is a combination of his brother’s names.
The Clone Wars.
You can find, or rather hear Mark in the episode titled Sacrifice. This is the thirteenth episode of the sixth season. He is credited under his name and is the voice of Darth Bane, the founder of the Rule of Two.
Season five episode five, The Gunslinger. You may remember the scene where Mando goes into the cantina looking for work, he first speaks to EV-9D9 the bartender droid, the droid is voiced by Hamill.
The Force Awakens.
If you’ve seen The Force Awakens then you know Luke Skywalker shows up at the end but apparently, Mark thought it would be fun to have an additional line or two that was uncredited. Unfortunately he has kept this one a secret, however, many seem to think he is the voice around the two-hour mark saying “We got a heartbeat!” when the Resistance is transporting Finn. Patrick Correll is credited for only that one line in any movie. But if you go back and listen to the line, it doesn’t really sound like Mark. For now, the search continues.
The Last Jedi.
Apart from the obvious Luke Skywalker, Mark was also the voice of Dobbu Scay. You may remember him from the Cantu Casino, he was the drunk alien who mistook BB-8 for a slot machine.
The Rise of Skywalker.
Last but not least we have Boolio. We see him at the beginning of The Rise of Skywalker, he’s the guy who transferred valuable information to R2-D2. Unfortunately soon after he leaves the Millennium Falcon we find out his heroism cost him his life.
Mark Hamill is a treasure to us all who never ceases to impress. With the news of upcoming shows such as Obi-Wan and the Cassian Andor series, I’m anxiously awaiting to see if he will continue with his Star Wars cameos. Did you recognize his voice in any of these roles? Let me know in the comments below.