List of Star Wars characters

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This list of characters from the Star Wars franchise contains only those which are considered part of the official Star Wars canon. The list is divided between "humans and humanoids" and "droids".

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Some of these characters have additional and alternate plotlines in the non-canonical Star Wars Legends continuity, the characters found in that body of works are compiled in the list of Star Wars Legends characters and List of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic characters.

HumansEdit

Humans are a species in the fictional Star Wars universe. They are the most numerous and dominant species, with apparently millions of major and minor colonies galaxywide. Humans are native to many different worlds and are characterized by multidimensional complex personalities, that are both individual and unique. They are the only race accepted as pure by Emperor Palpatine.

By the time the hyperdrive was invented, humans were already present on a few scattered worlds throughout the galaxy; according to the New Essential Chronology, the humans of Coruscant managed to send out a number of 'sleeper ships' between the fall of the Rakatan Infinite Empire and the invention of the hyperdrive. Star Wars humans are mostly biologically identical to real-life humans.[citation needed]

The presence of ordinary humans in the story is important dramatically and the first movie establishes their vulnerability and weakness.[1] Luke Skywalker's introduction early in the first movie was rewritten to establish this.[2]

In the Star Wars mythology, the human homeworld, according to the New Essential Chronology, is generally believed to be Coruscant. However, there is actually no real consensus on the issue; according to releases from the official Starwars.com site, the ancient human home world has simply been lost to history.

Star Wars humans live on many different worlds throughout the galaxy, with many populations living together with several other species—something which is most common[citation needed] either on the cosmopolitan worlds at the core, or on the frontier at the Outer Rim of the galaxy, such as on Tatooine.

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BeckettEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Tobias Beckett Woody Harrelson (Solo: A Star Wars Story) A criminal and Han Solo's mentor. He enlists Han and Chewbacca to assist with the theft of shipment of coaxium from Vandor; he later betrays and is killed by Han.
Val Beckett Thandie Newton (Solo: A Star Wars Story) A criminal partnered with fellow outlaw Tobias Beckett during the reign of the Galactic Empire.
Rio Durant Voice: Jon Favreau (Solo: A Star Wars Story) An Ardennian pilot and long-time associate of criminals Tobias Beckett and Val. He is killed by Imperial Range Troopers during a failed Coaxium heist.

Corellian humansEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Qi'ra Emilia Clarke (Solo: A Star Wars Story)

Voice: Olivia Hack (Forces of Destiny)

Corellian thief and Han Solo's first love. When they reunite years later, she is Dryden Vos's lieutenant in the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate.[3]
Dengar Morris Bush (The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi)
Voice: Simon Pegg (The Clone Wars)
Corellian bounty hunter summoned by Darth Vader to hunt for the Millennium Falcon in The Empire Strikes Back and is visible in Jabba's Palace in Return of the Jedi.[4] In The Clone Wars, Dengar is part of a syndicate of bounty hunters betrayed by Asajj Ventress on the planet Quarzite.[5] Soon working for the Hutts, Dengar attempts to capture Han Solo and Chewbacca in the 2015 Star Wars Marvel comics series story-line "Showdown on the Smuggler's Moon" and makes appearances in the Darth Vader comic series as well.[6] In the Aftermath novels, Dengar both battles and be-friends fellow bounty hunter Mercurial Swift, before joining Jas Emari to rescue Norra Wexley during the Battle of Jakku, and receives a pardon from the New Republic.[7][8] A Corellian bounty hunter called Rothgar Deng, who may be the same character, makes a brief appearance in The Rise of Skywalker.[citation needed][a]

In the Legends continuity, Dengar is portrayed as a successful swoop bike racer and a relatively unsuccessful bounty hunter.[9] Tales of the Bounty Hunters reveals that he was badly injured in a race by Han Solo on Corellia and rebuilt by the Empire as a cybernetically enhanced assassin, serving the Empire until he refuses to kill children on the planet Asrat. Falsely joining the Rebellion on Hoth in a ruse to capture Han Solo, Dengar is reprieved of this death warrant by Darth Vader and reunites with his future wife Manaroo on Cloud City.[10] On Tatooine, Dengar and Manaroo nurse Boba Fett back to health after his escape from the Sarlacc, forming a partnership between the two former rivals[10] which continues in The Bounty Hunter Wars. Later retreating somewhat into married life, Dengar's activities become more sparing, but he does encounter the offspring of his enemy Han Solo in the Legends novel Young Jedi Knights: Delusions of Grandeur.[11]

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Erso and Gerrera familiesEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Erso family
Galen Erso Mads Mikkelsen (Rogue One)[12] Imperial research scientist and the father of Jyn Erso in Rogue One and the prequel novel Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel. As prime designer of the Death Star, Erso supplies information on a critical weakness to the Rebellion, allowing an attack on the seemingly invulnerable battle station. He later dies when the Rebel Alliance locates him at an Imperial base on Eadu and blows up the platform that he was standing on, believing that, due to his role in creating the Death Star in the first place, he was too dangerous to be left alive.
Lyra Erso Valene Kane (Rogue One)[12] Mother of Jyn Erso in Rogue One and the prequel novel Catalyst. She is killed by Orson Krennic and his Death Troopers when they come to recruit Galen to help build the Death Star for the Empire.
Jyn Erso Felicity Jones (Rogue One)[12] Age 8: Beau Gadsdon (Rogue One)
Age 4: Dolly Gadsdon (Rogue One)
Voice: Felicity Jones (Forces of Destiny, season 1), Helen Sadler (Forces of Destiny, season 2)
Former criminal and Galen Erso's daughter, who join the Rebel Alliance in Rogue One. She forms the Rogue One group to steal the plans of the Death Star on Scarif, and dies when the planet is destroyed by the battle station.
Gerrera family
Saw Gerrera Forest Whitaker (Rogue One)[12]
Voice: Andrew Kishino (The Clone Wars), Forest Whitaker (Rebels and Jedi: Fallen Order)
Veteran of the Clone Wars;[13] in later life he leads a band of rebel extremists against the Galactic Empire. He was Jyn Erso's adoptive father, and played a major role in the destruction of the first Death Star and was killed after the Empire used it for the first time, to destroy his hideout and the entire Jedha City.
Steela Gerrera Voice: Dawn-Lyen Gardner (The Clone Wars) Saw Garrera's sister who was part of his rebellion against the Separtists on Onderon during the Clone Wars. But was killed by a gunship during the final battle.

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Fett family and clone troopersEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Fett family
Boba Fett Jeremy Bulloch (The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi),[14] Daniel Logan (Attack of the Clones)[14]
Voice: Jason Wingreen (The Empire Strikes Back),[14] Temuera Morrison (The Empire Strikes Back [Special Edition]),[14] Daniel Logan (The Clone Wars)[14]
Notorious bounty hunter and nemesis of Han Solo and Mace Windu, he is a clone of the bounty hunter Jango Fett raised by Jango on Kamino as his son.[15] Following his father's death at the hands of Windu in Attack of the Clones, the young Fett honors his legacy by becoming a bounty hunter himself and begins a quest of vengeance against Windu, forming a small guild of bounty hunters, but eventually gives up on it and becomes one of the greatest bounty hunters in the galaxy. In The Empire Strikes Back , he is one of the six bounty hunters hired by Darth Vader to find the Millennium Falcon. Fett finds the ship and brings a bounty of its captain, Han Solo, frozen in carbonite, to Jabba the Hutt. He appears again in Return of the Jedi, at Jabba's palace. When Luke Skywalker and his friends come to rescue Han, Fett falls into the mouth of Jabba's Sarlacc during the fight. In the Legends continuity, Boba Fett escapes from the Sarlacc and continues operating as a bounty hunter through the galaxy for decades to come.
Jango Fett Temuera Morrison (Attack of the Clones) Bounty hunter, chosen by Count Dooku to serve as the template for all the clones who made up the Republic's army. He is also the father of Boba Fett, whom, despite being another clone, Jango considers to be his "son".[16] In Attack of the Clones, he is shown to be under Dooku's and the Confederacy of Independent Systems' employ, and takes part in the battle of Geonosis, where he is killed by Mace Windu in the Geonosian arena.
Aurra Sing Michonne Bourriague (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Jaime King (The Clone Wars)
Bounty hunter in The Phantom Menace and The Clone Wars.[17] Her appearance in the Phantom Menace was brief. Sing can be seen viewing the Podrace atop a balcony. She once had a romantic relationship with Hondo Ohnaka and became a mother figure to a young Boba Fett, before she was later murdered by Tobias Beckett.[18]
  • Clone troopers: All are modified clones of Jango Fett, with accelerated aging.
Name Portrayal Description
Clone troopers (in canon)
Commander "Appo" (CC-1119) Voice: Temuera Morrison (Revenge of the Sith), Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Sergeant of the 501st Legion who serves under Captain Rex in The Clone Wars and is later promoted to commander in Revenge of the Sith. He follows Darth Vader in attacking the Jedi Temple on Coruscant and stops Senator Bail Organa from entering the Temple, before being wounded by Jedi Padawan Zett Jukassa.
Commander "Bacara" (CC-1138) N/A Clone Commander of the 21st Nova Corps, serving under Jedi Ki-Adi Mundi during the Outer Rim Sieges in the last year of the Clone Wars. In Revenge of the Sith, he fights alongside Mundi during the Battle of Mygeeto, but when Order 66 is issued, Bacara and his men unwillingly betray and kill Mundi.
Commander "Bly" (CC-5052) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Commander of the 327th Star Corps, serving under Jedi General Aayla Secura during the Clone Wars. In Revenge of the Sith, when Order 66 is issued, Bly and his men unwillingly betray and execute Secura on Felucia.
"Boil" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone trooper of the Ghost Company, serving in the 212th Attack Battalion during the Clone Wars. Alongside clone trooper Waxer, he is considered the best scout of the Ghost Company and participates in the Battle of Ryloth and the Second Battle of Geonosis.
Commander "Cody" (CC-2224) Temuera Morrison (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)[19]
Clone Commander of the 212th Attack Battalion, serving under Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Clone Wars. In Revenge of the Sith, he helps Obi-Wan during the Battle of Utapau, but unwillingly betrays and attempts to kill him when Order 66 is issued.[20]
"Crosshair" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Deformed clone trooper and member of Clone Force 99 (dubbed the "Bad Batch"). He is the team's sniper, possessing genetic mutations that give him exceptional eyesight.
"Cutup" (CT-4040) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone trooper and member of Delta Squad. He is eaten by a Rishi eel after surviving a Separatist attack on a remote listening post on the Rishi moon.
"Denal" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone trooper who served the 501st Legion during the Clone Wars. He is killed by bounty hunter Cad Bane, who then wears his armor and impersonates him.
"Dogma" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)[19] Clone trooper serving within the 501st Legion during the Clone Wars.[21] During the Umbara Campaign, he was Jedi General Pong Krell's most loyal soldier, but was ultimately the one to execute him once his treason was discovered.
"Droidbait" (CT-00-2010) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone trooper and member of Domino Squad, who takes his nickname from the fact that he is always getting shot by training droids. He is killed by Commando Droids while fending off an attack on a remote listening post on the Rishi moon.
"Echo" (CT-1409) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) ARC Trooper and member of Domino Squad and the 501st Legion, who is seemingly killed in the Battle of Lola Sayu. In reality, however, he was captured and unwittingly used as a pawn by the Separatists for their campaign on Anaxes. After being rescued by Captain Rex, he plays a key role in leading the Republic to victory in the battle of Anaxes, before joining Clone Force 99 (dubbed the "Bad Batch"), consisting of other clones with genetic mutations.
Commander "Fil" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Commander serving under Jedi Nadhar Vebb. He is killed while fighting General Grievous' pet Gor.
"Fives" (CT-5555) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) ARC Trooper and member of the Domino Squad and the 501st Legion, who participates in numerous battles of the Clone Wars. After witnessing his close friend Clone Trooper Tup unwittingly executing Jedi General Tiplar during the Battle of Ringo Vinda, Fives goes to great lengths to find answers for Tup's actions, ultimately leading to his discovery of Order 66. However, because of this, Palpatine frames him for an assassination attempt. Before he could reveal what he learned to Captain Rex and Anakin Skywalker, Fives is killed by Commander Fox under Palpatine's orders.[20][22]
"Fox" (CT-0000/1010) Voice: Temuera Morrison (Revenge of the Sith) Clone trooper within the 501st Legion who appears in Revenge of the Sith.
Commander "Fox" (CT-1010) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Commander in charge of the Coruscant Guard during the Clone Wars. Fox is later killed by Darth Vader in Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith for ordering his men to fire on Vader after mistaking him for a Jedi.
Commander "Gree" (CC-1004) Voice: Temuera Morrison (Revenge of the Sith), Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Commander of the 41st Elite Corps, serving under Jedi Luminara Unduli during the Clone Wars. In Revenge of the Sith, he takes part in the Battle of Kashyyyk and attempts to carry out Order 66 by executing Yoda, but the Jedi Master senses his intentions and swiftly decapitates him and another trooper.
Captain "Gregor" (CC-5576-39) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars and Rebels) Clone Commando thought to have died in the Battle of Sarrish. Stricken with amnesia and living on Abafar, he is later told by Colonel Meebur Gascon that he is a clone trooper. Gregor 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. He aids a group of rebels against Imperial forces in a skirmish on the planet, and later takes part in a battle to free the planet Lothal from Imperial occupation, though he is fatally wounded by an Imperial technician during the battle.
"Hardcase" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) A mentally unstable clone trooper within the 501st Legion who participates in the search for General Grievous on Saleucami, and later in the Umbara Campaign, during which he sacrifices his life to destroy a droid supply trip.
"Hevy" (CT-782) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)[19] Clone trooper and commander of Domino Squad, whose nickname comes from the fact that he constantly carries the heavy guns within the squad. He sacrifices himself to destroy a remote listening post on the Rishi moon under attack by the Separatists and alert the Republic of their presence on the moon.[20]
"Jesse" (CT-5597) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) ARC Trooper within the 501st Legion who fights in many battles throughout the Clone Wars. During the Siege of Mandalore, he is captured by Darth Maul to be used as bait in luring Ahsoka Tano to him, but is eventually rescued. When Order 66 is issued, Jesse is among the clones to attempt to execute Ahsoka, as well as Rex after he has his chip removed and sides with her. Along with all the other troopers aboard, Jesse is killed when the Star Destroyer they are on crashes on a small moon, and is buried by Ahsoka and Rex.
Commander "Jet" (CC-1993) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Commander serving under Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi during the Clone Wars.
Captain "Keeli" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Captain serving under Jedi Ima-Gun Di during the Clone Wars. Both he and Gundi are killed while fending off Separatist forces during the Battle of Ryloth to buy the Republic enough time to deliver supplies to the Twi'leks.
"Kix" (CT-6116) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone medic serving in the 501st Legion. He conducts his own investigation of the murder of Jedi General Tiplar and aids Fives, eventually discovering the biochip conspiracy himself. Because of this, he was kidnapped by the Separatists on the orders of Count Dooku, and was subsequently frozen in stasis until he was found and released by a crew of pirates, which he joins.
Cut Lawquane Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)[19] Former clone trooper who deserted the army to live a quiet life as a farmer. He has a wife Suu and two children, Jek and Shaeeah. During the Clone Wars, he meets Captain Rex, and the pair eventually come to trust one another after working together to defend Cut's family from Commando Droids, with Rex deciding not to report Cut.[20][23]
"Odd Ball" (CC-2237) Temuera Morrison (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)
Clone Commander and pilot, who participates in several battles throughout the Clone Wars under the command of Obi-Wan Kenobi, such as the Battle of Teth, the Battle of Umbara, the Battle of Coruscant, and the Battle of Utapau. A skilled pilot, Odd Ball flies an assortment of starfighters, including the V-19 Torrent and the ARC-170.
Commander "Ponds" (CT-411) Temuera Morrison (Attack of the Clones)
Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)
Clone Commander who serves Mace Windu in the Clone Wars. He helps organize clone commando units on Geonosis and fights on Ryloth and Malastare in later battles. He is eventually captured by a group of bounty hunters and executed by Aurra Sing in an attempt to lure Windu into a trap.
Captain "Rex" (CT-7567) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars and Rebels)[19] Anakin Skywalker's second-in-command and captain of 501st in The Clone Wars.[20] Near the end of the Clone Wars, he is promoted to commander and participates in the Siege of Mandalore under the command of Ahsoka Tano. When Order 66 is issued, Rex unwillingly attempts to kill Ahsoka, but she removes the chip controlling his brain, and the pair fake their deaths, going into hiding their separate ways. In Rebels, during the Galactic Empire era, Rex is living as a retired clone trooper alongside Wolffe and Gregor and ends up joining the Rebel Alliance, reuniting with Ahsoka. He takes part in several battles, including the liberation of Lothal from under Imperial occupation at the end of the series, and the Battle of Endor in Return of the Jedi, as part of Han Solo's strike team.
Clone Trooper "Tup" (CC-5385) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)[19] Rookie clone trooper who has a teardrop tattoo on his face, and matching designs on his helmet.[24] He participates in the Battle of Umbara, and was key to the capture of rogue Jedi General Pong Krell. During his time in the campaign on Ringo Vinda, Tup's biochip malfunctions, leading him to carry out Order 66 earlier than intended. As Tup was being shipped back to Kamino for evaluation, he was kidnapped by the Separatists but recovered shortly afterwards. He dies of medical complications on Kamino during the ensuing investigation.
Captain "Vaughn" (CT-0292) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone Captain who leads a 501st strike team under Ahsoka Tano and Commander Rex during the Siege of Mandalore and is killed by Darth Maul's Mandalorian super commandos.
"Waxer" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Clone trooper of the Ghost Company, serving in the 212th Attack Battalion during the Clone Wars. Alongside clone trooper Boil, he is considered the best scout of the Ghost Company and participates in the Battle of Ryloth and the Second Battle of Geonosis. Waxer later serves as a platoon leader with the rank of Clone Lieutenant during the Battle of Umbara, where he is killed in a friendly-fire incident orchestrated by the traitorous Jedi General Pong Krell.
Commander "Wolffe" (CC-3636) Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars and Rebels) Clone Commander of the 104th Battalion and leader of the "Wolfpack", serving under Jedi Plo Koon during the Clone Wars. During the war, a gained a large scar on his right eye. He is one of the few clones to have removed his inhibitor chip and, as such, was not forced to carry out Order 66. During the Galactic Empire era, he ends up in the Seelos system with fellow clones Rex and Gregor, and later helps the Rebels free Lothal from Imperial occupation.
Clone Force 99
"99" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)[19] Deformed clone trooper who helps the Domino Squad in the Clone Wars. He is killed during one of the battles of Kamino.[20][25]
"Hunter" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Deformed clone trooper and commander of Clone Force 99 (dubbed the "Bad Batch"). He has genetic mutations that give him enhanced senses, such as tracking and feeling electromagnetic signals.
"Tech" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Deformer clone trooper and member of Clone Force 99 (dubbed the "Bad Batch"). He is the team's brains, having genetic mutations that make him more intelligent and skilled with technology than other clones, but also leaner, fairer, and younger.
"Wrecker" Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Deformed clone trooper and member of Clone Force 99 (dubbed the "Bad Batch"). He is the team's muscles, having genetic mutations that make him much larger and stronger than other clone troopers.

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MandaloriansEdit

Mandalorians are a culture of humans from planet Mandalore, that wear helmets. The Mandalorian culture was carried on by humans from Mandalore around the galaxy. After the extinction of the Taung alien species, a gray-skinned humanoid-alien race native to Coruscant. The Taung are forced from Coruscant by the rising human population. The warring race name their new planet "Mandalore", after their leader, Mandalore the First.

Name Portrayal Description
Almec Voice: Julian Holloway (The Clone Wars) Mandalorian politician who serves as Prime Minister of Mandalore during the Clone Wars. A prominent supporter of Satine Kryze and her New Mandalorian government, he is imprisoned for his involvement in an illegal smuggling ring but is later freed and reinstated as a puppet leader after Darth Maul takes over the New Mandalorian capital city of Sundari. When Maul is later captured by Darth Sidious, Almec sends Mandalorian super commandos Gar Saxon and Rook Kast to rescue him. During the Siege of Mandalore, he is captured by warriors led by Bo-Katan Kryze and is killed by Saxon when he attempts to give information to Ahsoka, Rex, and Bo-Katan.
The Armorer Emily Swallow (The Mandalorian) Unnamed female Mandalorian armorer and an ally of the Mandalorian.
The Mandalorian (Din Djarin) Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian) Mysterious Mandalorian bounty hunter operating in the Outer Rim territories in the years following the fall of the Empire, and the protagonist of the self-titled The Mandalorian web television series. Formerly known as Din Djarin, as a child, he was the sole survivor of an attack on his village by an army of battle droids during the Clone Wars, which killed his parents, and was later taken in by the Mandalorians, who raised and trained him to become a highly-skilled warrior. He makes a name of himself by becoming a member of the Bounty Hunters' Guild and collecting numerous bounties as he travels across the galaxy. He is later tasked with hunting a 50 years old member of Yoda's species (who is still a toddler due to the species aging differently), but refuses to kill him and instead takes him in, beginning to take care of him as he continues looking for bounties and other jobs through the galaxy. Along the way, he makes new friends and allies, such as Cara Dune, Greef Karga, Kuiil, and IG-11, but also a major enemy in the form of Moff Gideon and his Imperial Remnant, who want the Child for unknown reasons and somehow knows the Mandalorian's real name.
Captain Hark Voice: Andrew Kishino (Rebels) Mandalorian warrior of the Imperial Super Commandos who serves Tiber Saxon.
Rook Kast Voice: Vanessa Marshall (The Clone Wars) Mandalorian warrior who served under Darth Maul. Alongside Gar Saxon, she aids Maul's escape from Darth Sidious and commands his forces during the Siege of Mandalore, until Maul betrayed them and allowed them to be captured alongside the rest of their men.
Ketsu Onyo Voice: Gina Torres (Rebels and Forces of Destiny) Mandalorian bounty hunter and former estranged friend of Sabine Wren. She and Sabine were cadets at the Imperial Academy, later escaping and becoming bounty hunting partners before Ketsu left Sabine for dead and began working for the Black Sun. After they reconcile, Ketsu aids the Rebel Alliance.
Fenn Rau Voice: Kevin McKidd (Rebels) Leader of the Protectors of Concord Dawn. He accepted Imperial bribes to prevent rebels from traveling through his system, but later ordered his men to permit rebel passage to keep the Empire away after being captured by Sabine. He sides with the Rebellion after his men were slaughtered by the Imperial Super Commandos and eventually joins Clan Wren in the Mandalorian Civil War.
Kryze family
Bo-Katan Kryze Voice: Katee Sackhoff (The Clone Wars and Rebels) 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 opposes Vizsla's alliance with Darth Maul and Savage Opress, and later leads members of the Death Watch loyal to her against those who remain loyal to Maul and his criminal allies.
Satine Kryze Voice: Anna Graves (The Clone Wars) Duchess of Mandalore who wants to keep the planet out of the Clone Wars. She forms and leads the Council of Neutral Systems, much to the disgust of the Mandalorian Death Watch under Pre Vizsla. The Death Watch makes 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. Satine later watched her world fall to the Shadow Collective, which includes the Death Watch, under Darth Maul, who later murders her in front of a captured Obi-Wan.
Saxon family
Gar Saxon Voice: Ray Stevenson (The Clone Wars and Rebels) Mandalorian warrior who served under Darth Maul, aiding his escape from Darth Sidious, and commanding his forces during the Siege of Mandalore alongside Rook Kast, until Maul betrayed them and allowed them to be captured alongside the rest of their men. Following the Galactic Empire's takeover of Mandalore, Saxon became Imperial Viceroy and Governor, wiping out the protectors, but was ultimately defeated by Sabine Wren and killed by Ursa Wren.
Tiber Saxon Voice: Tobias Menzies (Rebels) Governor of Mandalore and brother of Gar Saxon, whom he succeeds after Gar's death. During the civil war between the Mandalorian resistance and the Imperial government of Mandalore, Tiber deploys the Arc Pulse Generator, a weapon designed by Sabine Wren, whom he captures and forces to finish the weapon. Eventually, Sabine destroys the weapon with the Darksaber, causing an explosion that kills Tiber.
Vizla family
Paz Vizsla Voice: Jon Favreau (The Mandalorian) Mandalorian warrior and member of the Tribe, who holds a grudge against the Empire due to their purge against the Mandalorian people. He confronts the Mandalorian when he has the Armorer build him a new armor out of beskar, which he had stolen from the Imperial Remnant, and later helps him fight the members of the Bounty Hunters' Guild pursuing him and the Child, allowing the two of them to escape. Later, when the Tribe was massacred by Moff Gideon and his Imperial Remnant in an attempt to lure the Mandalorian and his allies out of hiding, only some managed to escape, thus leaving Vizla's fate ambiguous.
Pre Vizsla Voice: Jon Favreau (The Clone Wars) Mandalorian warrior and the leader of the Mandalorian Death Watch faction during the Clone Wars. Formerly the Governor of Concordia, one of Mandalore's moons, he secretly sided with Count Dooku during the Clone Wars and longed to restore the warrior heritage of Mandalore by overthrowing its pacifist government led by Duchess Satine Kryze. His many attempts to do so would fail and he eventually breaks ties with the CIS. Vizsla later allies Sith Lords Darth Maul and Savage Opress. Together, they recruit the Black Sun, Pyke Syndicate, and Hutt Clan to form a criminal alliance known as the Shadow Collective. After Vizsla ousts Duchess Satine with the help of the collective, he betrays his allies (except the Death Watch) and has them imprisoned. Later, Maul escapes and challenges him to a duel to determine who shall rule Mandalore. Vizsla accepts but is defeated and executed by the Sith Lord, who then becomes the leader of Mandalore and Death Watch.
Wren
Alrich Wren Voice: Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Rebels) Mandalorian artist, husband of Ursa Wren and father of Sabine and Tristan Wren. He was made a captive of Gar Saxon, but is rescued by his family and the rebels.
Sabine Wren Voice: Tiya Sircar (Rebels and Forces of Destiny) Sixteen-year-old Mandalorian graffiti artist, Imperial Academy dropout, former bounty hunter and the Ghost crew's weapons expert.
Tristan Wren Voice: Ritesh Rajan (Rebels and Forces of Destiny) Mandalorian warrior and brother of Sabine Wren. After his sister deserted the Imperial Academy, he was forced to join the Imperial Super Commandos to prove Clan Wren's loyalty to the Empire. He reunites with Sabine when she returns to persuade Clan Wren to aid the rebellion. When Gar Saxon betrayed Clan Wren and prepared to destroy them, Tristan sides with his family and the rebels, and later fights alongside them in the Mandalorian Civil War.
Ursa Wren Voice: Sharmila Devar (The Clone Wars and Rebels) Countess of Clan Wren and mother of Sabine Wren. Prior to the Empire's occupation of Mandalore, she participated in the Siege of Mandalore under the command of Bo-Katan Kryze. When Sabine fled the Imperial Academy and spoke out against the Empire, Ursa and the rest of her family sided with the Empire instead. Years later, Sabine returns to her homeworld of Krownest accompanied by Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger, and Fenn Rau, hoping to recruit Clan Wren to the rebel cause and unite Mandalore. Ursa makes a deal with Gar Saxon in which she will hand over the Jedi if he promises to spare Sabine's life. However, Ursa sides with her daughter after being betrayed by Saxon, eventually killing him. She then leads Clan Wren in the ensuing Mandalorian Civil War.

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Naboo humansEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Palpatine family
Sheev Palpatine
Darth Sidious
Ian McDiarmid (Episodes I–III, V–VI, IX)[14]
Voice: Clive Revill (Before The Empire Strikes Back was remastered in 2004),[14] Ian Abercrombie and Tim Curry (The Clone Wars),[14] Sam Witwer (Rebels season 2), Ian McDiarmid (Rebels season 4 and The Clone Wars season 7)
Naboo senator and later Supreme Chancellor of the Republic, as well as secretly Darth Sidious, a Dark Lord of the Sith. He was trained by Darth Plagueis, whom Palpatine eventually killed. Palpatine has several apprentices thereafter, including Darth Maul, Darth Tyranus, and Darth Vader. Palpatine exterminates the Jedi Order and manipulates Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker into becoming Darth Vader. He also engineers the three-years-long Clone Wars and transforms the Republic into the Galactic Empire. As Emperor, Palpatine rules the galaxy for 23 years before Vader kills him to save his son, Luke Skywalker, thus fulfilling the prophecy of the Chosen One.[26] Despite his death and the fall of his Empire, Palpatine returns through powerful mastery of the dark side.[b] He masterminds the First Order to restore the Empire. Through his puppet Snoke, Palpatine manipulates Anakin's grandson, Ben Solo, into becoming Kylo Ren.[27] He later unveils a secret armada of Star Destroyers to reclaim the galaxy, but is finally killed by Rey, the last Jedi and Palpatine's granddaughter, ending the rule of the Sith.[29]
Rey Daisy Ridley (Episodes VII–IX)
Voice: Daisy Ridley (Forces of Destiny)
Orphan Force-sensitive scavenger from the planet Jakku, and Palpatine's granddaughter, who later trains to become a Jedi under Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa, and eventually defeats the last remaining Sith Palpatine, ending the Sith Order once and for all. She is the protagonist of the sequel trilogy.
Naboo human characters
Sabé Keira Knightley (The Phantom Menace) One of Padmé Amidala's handmaidens in The Phantom Menace. Sabé is the queen's decoy; for parts of the movie, the Sabé character is addressed as Amidala.[30] Knightley was cast as Sabé due to her striking resemblance to Natalie Portman, who portrayed Amidala.
Saché Sofia Coppola (The Phantom Menace) The youngest of the five handmaidens of Queen Padmé Amidala of Naboo in The Phantom Menace.[31]
Sio Bibble Oliver Ford Davies (Episodes I–III) Governor of Naboo in the prequel trilogy, who also appears in two episodes of Star Wars: the Clone Wars.[32]
Rabé Cristina da Silva (The Phantom Menace) Handmaiden to Queen Amidala seen in The Phantom Menace.
Queen Apailana Keisha Castle-Hughes (Revenge of the Sith) Queen of Naboo during the last year of the Clone Wars in Revenge of the Sith. She is assassinated by stormtroopers of the Imperial 501st Legion for harboring fugitive Jedi in Star Wars: Battlefront II.
Queen Neeyutnee Voice: Jameelah McMillan (The Clone Wars) Ruler of Naboo during the Clone Wars, succeeding Queen Jamillia.
Cordé Verónica Segura (Attack of the Clones) Padmé Amidala's handmaiden and decoy in Attack of the Clones. She is killed by Zam Wessel in her attempt to assassinate Senator Amidala.
Dormé Rose Byrne (Attack of the Clones) Handmaiden to Senator Padmé Amidala.
Queen Jamillia Ayesha Dharker (Attack of the Clones) Queen of Naboo succeeding Padmé Amidala.[33]
Eirtaé Friday "Liz" Wilson (The Phantom Menace) Handmaiden to Padmé Amidala seen in The Phantom Menace.
Dineé Ellberger Celia Imrie (The Phantom Menace) Human female pilot for the Naboo Royal Space Fighter Corps, flying with Bravo Squadron during the invasion of Naboo in The Phantom Menace.[34]
Ellé Chantal Freer (Revenge of the Sith) Handmaiden to Padmé Amidala in Revenge of the Sith.
Gavyn Sykes Christian Simpson (The Phantom Menace) Lieutenant in the Royal Naboo Security Force during the invasion of Naboo. He partners 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.[35]
Captain Gregar Typho Jay Laga'aia (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: James Mathis III (The Clone Wars)
The nephew of Captain Panaka, and Amidala's bodyguard in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith.[36]

Rebel AllianceEdit

The Rebel Alliance opposes Emperor Palpatine during the Original trilogy, being leaded by Mon Mothma (after Bail Organa dies when the Death Star destroys Alderaan).

Rogue Squadron is a team of pilots, named after Jyn Erso´s Rogue One team that died stealing the plans for the Death Star.

Name Portrayal Description
Rebel Alliance
Mon Mothma Caroline Blakiston (Return of the Jedi),[14] Genevieve O'Reilly (Revenge of the Sith and Rogue One)[37]
Voice: Kath Soucie (The Clone Wars),[14] Genevieve O'Reilly (Rebels)[38]
Republic senator; later, co-founder and leader of the Rebel Alliance.[39] Later serves as Chancellor of the New Republic and is a major influence in relocating the galactic capital from Coruscant to Hosnian Prime following the defeat of the Empire.[40]
Jun Sato Voice: Keone Young (Rebels) The commander of the rebel cell Phoenix Squadron, which the Ghost crew joins. He is also the uncle of Mart Mattin. He sacrifices himself during the battle of Atollon in order for Ezra to get reinforcements.
Rogue One and Rogue Squadron
Rogue One
Cassian Andor Diego Luna (Rogue One and Untitled Cassian Series)[12] Rebel Alliance captain and intelligence officer who helps steal the plans for the Death Star in Rogue One. He dies when the Empire uses the battle station to destroy the planet Scarif, where the plans were located.
Bodhi Rook Riz Ahmed (Rogue One)[12] Imperial cargo pilot who, encouraged by Galen Erso, defects to the Rebel Alliance and helps steal the plans to the Death Star in Rogue One. He is killed during the battle of Scarif.
Chirrut Îmwe Donnie Yen (Rogue One)[12] Blind warrior who believes in the Force and is said to be one of the Guardians of the Whills. He aids the Rebel Alliance in stealing the plans for the Death Star in Rogue One and is killed during the Battle of Scarif.
Baze Malbus Jiang Wen (Rogue One)[37] A mercenary and friend of Chirrut Îmwe who aids the Rebel Alliance in stealing the plans for the Death Star in Rogue One. He is killed during the battle of Scarif.
Rogue Squadron
Wedge Antilles Denis Lawson (Episodes IV–VI, IX)
Voice: David Ankrum (A New Hope and Rogue One),[14] Nathan Kress (Rebels)
A Rebel and New Republic starfighter pilot, who was in the battles of Yavin, Hoth, and Endor and is the only survivor of all of those battles besides Luke Skywalker.[41] In The Rise of Skywalker, Antilles is one of the many pilots to respond to Lando Carlissian's signal and come to the Resistance's aid in the final Battle of Exegol.
Biggs Darklighter Garrick Hagon (A New Hope) A friend of Luke Skywalker's from Tatooine and a Rebel Alliance X-wing pilot. As 'Rogue Three', he is a member of Red Squadron, part of the Rebel attack on the Death Star in Star Wars: A New Hope.[42] Luke and Biggs' reunion at the Rebel base on Yavin 4 was originally cut from the theatrical release of the film; but was restored for the Special Edition release. Further scenes of Darklighter meeting with Luke, earlier on Tatooine, were also cut; but can be seen in The Star Wars Storybook adaptation of A New Hope, and in the 1998 Star Wars: Behind the Magic interactive CD-ROM by LucasArts.[42][43][44]
Jek Tono Porkins William Hootkins (A New Hope) Portly X-wing pilot codenamed "Red Six" who is killed in A New Hope in the attack on the first Death Star. Porkins has gained some comedic notoriety due to his size, manner and untimely death, which was spoofed in the Family Guy episode Blue Harvest.[45]
Wes Janson Ian Liston (The Empire Strikes Back) Fighter pilot and founding member of the elite Rogue Squadron, who is featured during one scene in The Empire Strikes Back as the gunner for Wedge Antilles' T-47 airspeeder.

Skywalker and Solo familiesEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Skywalker family
Shmi Skywalker Pernilla August (The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones)
Voice: Pernilla August (The Clone Wars)
Anakin Skywalker's mother, Luke and Leia's paternal grandmother. Qui-Gon Jinn attempts to bargain for her freedom from slavery but fails. Shmi encourages Anakin to leave Tatooine with Qui-Gon to seek his destiny, but Anakin finds it hard to leave without her. A widowed moisture farmer named Cliegg Lars later falls in love with Shmi, and after he purchases her freedom from Watto, they marry. Shmi dies in Anakin's arms after being kidnapped and tortured by Tusken Raiders in Attack of the Clones.[46]
Anakin Skywalker
Darth Vader
Anakin:
Jake Lloyd (The Phantom Menace),[14] Hayden Christensen (Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith and Return of the Jedi [Special Edition]),[14] Sebastian Shaw (Return of the Jedi),[14]
Voice: Matt Lanter (The Clone Wars, Rebels and Forces of Destiny)[14]
Vader:
David Prowse (Episodes IV–VI),[14] Hayden Christensen (Revenge of the Sith),[14] Spencer Wilding and Daniel Naprous (Rogue One)
Voice: James Earl Jones (Episodes III–VI, Rebels and Rogue One)[14]
Jedi Knight and Dark Lord of the Sith, whose fall and redemption are depicted throughout the first six Star Wars films. Originally a slave boy from Tatooine, he was believed to be the "Chosen One", destined to destroy the Sith and bring balance to the Force. He trained under Obi-Wan Kenobi and was secretly married to Padmé Amidala. He later began losing faith in the Jedi Order and turned to the dark side out of desperation to save his wife, becoming Darth Sidious' third apprentice, Darth Vader. However, Padmé still died, though not before giving birth to twins Luke and Leia, who were kept hidden away from Vader for years.[47] After surviving severe injuries in a duel on Mustafar against Obi-Wan, he was put in a robotic suit to help him survive. Vader served as Sidious' second-in-command throughout the Galactic Empire era, until being redeemed by his son and sacrificing himself to save him by killing Sidious, thus fulfilling the prophecy of the Chosen One. Decades later, his voice was heard by Rey, helping her rise up and defeat Sidious, who had returned from the dead, once and for all.
Luke Skywalker Mark Hamill (Episodes IV–IX), Aidan Barton (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Mark Hamill (Forces of Destiny)
Jedi whose coming of age and rise as a Jedi are portrayed in the original Star Wars trilogy. He is the son of Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala, Leia Organa's twin brother, Shmi's grandson, and Kylo Ren (Ben Solo)'s uncle.[48] After the Galactic Empire's defeat, Luke becomes a Jedi Master and attempts to rebuild the Jedi Order, but goes into exile on the planet Ahch-To and cuts himself off from the Force after Kylo Ren falls to the dark side and kills all his other students. He later reluctantly trains Rey, and dies helping the Resistance escape from the First Order. His voice is later heard by Rey, helping her rise up and defeat Sidious once and for all, and his spirit is seen alongside his sister's when Rey visits Luke's old home on Tatooine and assumes her role as a Skywalker.
Leia Organa Carrie Fisher (Episodes IV–IX), Aidan Barton (Revenge of the Sith), Ingvild Deila (Rogue One)
Voice: Julie Dolan (Rebels), Shelby Young (Forces of Destiny), Carolyn Hennesy (Resistance)
Leader in the Rebel Alliance, the New Republic, and the Resistance. She is the daughter of Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala, as well as Luke Skywalker's twin sister, Han Solo's wife and Kylo Ren (Ben Solo)'s mother.[49] She dies using her last remaining powers to help redeem her son, and her spirit is later appears alongside her brother's when Rey visits Luke's old home on Tatooine and assumes her role as a Skywalker.
Han Solo Harrison Ford (Episodes IV–VII, The Rise of Skywalker), Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story)[50][51]
Voice: A. J. Locascio (Forces of Destiny young), Kiff VandenHeuvel (Forces of Destiny old)
Captain of the Millennium Falcon who joins the Rebellion and marries Leia Organa. In The Force Awakens, he is murdered by his son, Kylo Ren, after a failed attempt to turn his son from the dark side, although Ren remains subsequently haunted by his father's death. A vision of Han's spirit later appears to his son in The Rise of Skywalker, this time helping him redeem himself and leave his Kylo Ren persona behind.
Kylo Ren Adam Driver (Episodes VII–IX) Alter-ego of Ben Solo, the son of Han Solo and Leia Organa, after his fall to the dark side. Initially trained by Luke Skywalker as a Jedi, he is later seduced to the dark side by Supreme Leader Snoke and becomes the leader of the Knights of Ren and a high-ranking commander within the First Order, eventually killing Snoke in The Last Jedi and becoming Supreme Leader himself. He later redeems himself in The Rise of Skywalker and dies saving Rey.

Extended family:

  • Padmé Amidala's family
Name Portrayal Description
Padmé Amidala Natalie Portman (Episodes I–III)
Voice: Catherine Taber (The Clone Wars and Forces of Destiny)
Queen, and later Senator of Naboo, born Padme Naberrie, who marries the jedi knight, Anakin Skywalker and dies giving birth to twins, Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa,[52] who are both force sensitive.
Jobal Naberrie Trisha Noble (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith) Padmé Amidala's mother.
Pooja Naberrie Hayley Mooy (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith) Daughter of Sola Naberrie and niece of Padmé Amidala. She replaces Jar Jar Binks as Senator of the Chommell Sector.
Ruwee Naberrie Graeme Blundell (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith) Padmé Amidala's father.
Ryoo Naberrie Keira Wingate (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith) Padmé Amidala's niece, the daughter of Sola Naberrie and Pooja's older sister.
Sola Naberrie Claudia Karvan (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith) Padmé Amidala's older sister, the mother of Ryoo and Pooja Naberrie.
  • Lars family (Lukes's adoptive family):
Name Portrayal Description
Beru Whitesun Lars Shelagh Fraser (A New Hope),[14] Bonnie Piesse (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)[14] Aunt and surrogate parent to Luke Skywalker in A New Hope, she and her husband Owen are killed by stormtroopers at their home on Tatooine. In the prequel films, Beru is Owen's girlfriend in Attack of the Clones then wife in Revenge of the Sith, and the two take custody of the infant Luke at the end of the latter film.[53]
Cliegg Lars Jack Thompson (Attack of the Clones) Moisture farmer who purchases, then frees and marries, Shmi Skywalker, becoming the stepfather of Anakin Skywalker, whom he meets only briefly in Attack of the Clones.[54] He loses his leg when pursuing the Sand People who had kidnapped Shmi.[54] The name Cliegg, and variations of it, have been in Star Wars drafts since 1974.[54]
Owen Lars Phil Brown (A New Hope),[14] Joel Edgerton (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)[14] Uncle and surrogate parent of Luke Skywalker in A New Hope, Owen and his wife, Beru, are killed by stormtroopers at their home on Tatooine. In the prequel films, Owen is the son of Cliegg Lars and stepbrother of Anakin Skywalker. He and his wife Beru take custody of Luke at the end of Revenge of the Sith.[55]
  • Organa family (Leia's adoptive family):
Name Portrayal Description
Bail Organa Jimmy Smits (Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith and Rogue One)[37]
Voice: Phil LaMarr (The Clone Wars and Rebels)
Leia Organa's adoptive father, the Senator of Alderaan and one of the Rebel Alliance's founding members. He adopts Leia after her birth mother, Padmé, dies and her birth father, Anakin Skywalker, turns to the dark side in Revenge of the Sith. Bail is killed in the destruction of Alderaan by the Death Star in A New Hope.[56] He first appeared in Atack of the Clones, portrayed by Jimmy Smits, though he appeared in scenes cut from The Phantom Menace, where he was portrayed by Adrian Dunbar.[56]
Queen Breha Organa Rebecca Jackson Mendoza (Revenge of the Sith) Ruler of Alderaan, wife of Bail Organa, and mother of Leia Organa. She is killed in the destruction of Alderaan. Breha is also featured in the short story "Eclipse" and in the 2017 novel Leia, Princess of Alderaan.[57][58]

StormtrooperEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Captain Phasma Gwendoline Christie (The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi)
Voice: Gwendoline Christie (Resistance)
Officer who commands the First Order's legions of stormtroopers in The Force Awakens. She is defeated by Finn and dies during the Supremacy's destruction in The Last Jedi.
Finn John Boyega (Episodes VII-IX)
Voice: John Boyega (Forces of Destiny)
A redeemed First Order stormtrooper originally designated as FN-2187 before joining the Resistance and being dubbed "Finn" by Poe Dameron.
Jannah Naomi Ackie (The Rise of Skywalker) Former First Order Stormtrooper who later deserted and formed a small tribe on the planet Kef Bir, where some of the ruins of the second Death Star are located. She later becomes an ally of the Resistance and befriends Finn, taking part alongside him in the Battle of Exegol.
FN-1824 Daniel Craig (The Force Awakens) First Order stormtrooper assigned to guard Rey, who falls victim to her Jedi mind trick and releases her in The Force Awakens.[59][60] Due to Daniel Craig's famous portrayals of James Bond from 2006 onwards, he was dubbed "JB-007" by fans.
FN-2003 (a.k.a. "Slip") Pip Andersen (The Force Awakens) First Order stormtrooper that served along with FN-2187 (Finn), leaving his bloody hand print on Finn's helmet during the assault on Tuanul village on Jakku in The Force Awakens. FN-2003 also appears in the 2015 novel Before the Awakening, serving under Captain Phasma, and often falling behind the rest of his team, which leads to his nickname "Slip".[61]
FN-2199 (a.k.a. "Nines") Liang Yang (The Force Awakens)
Voice: David Acord (The Force Awakens)
Riot baton-wielding stormtrooper who attacks Finn during the attack on Maz Kanata's castle and is killed by Han Solo.[62] He was dubbed "TR-8R" by fans.[62]
Emperor's Royal Guard N/A Elite, red-helmeted and red-cloaked stormtroopers who serve as Emperor Palpatine's personal bodyguards.

T-WEdit

TicoEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Paige Tico Veronica Ngo (The Last Jedi) Older sister of Rose Tico, gunner and pilot on the StarFortress Bomber Hammer of Cobalt Squadron.[63] Paige is killed during the Battle of D'Qar after releasing the bomber's payload, destroying the Mandator IV-class Siege Dreadnaught Fulminatrix.
Rose Tico Kelly Marie Tran (The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker)
Voice: Kelly Marie Tran (Forces of Destiny)
Resistance maintenance worker, younger sister of Paige Tico, and former crew member of Cobalt Squadron on the StarFortress Bomber Hammer.[63] She accompanies Finn in The Last Jedi to the casino city Canto Bight, infiltrates the Mega-class Star Dreadnought Supremacy, and is rendered unconscious during the Battle of Crait. In The Rise of Skywalker, Rose is mostly stationed at the Resistance's base on Ajan Kloss, helping out Leia until her eventual demise, but later takes part in the final Battle of Exegol.

VersioEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Garrick Versio Voice: Anthony Skordi (Star Wars Battlefront II) Imperial Admiral, Iden Versio's father, and the supervisor of Inferno Squad, including his daughter. After reconciling with Iden, who defected to the Rebel Alliance, during the Battle of Jakku, he meets his demise when his Star Destroyer crashes, believing that he has to die with the Empire he served for so long. Garrick Versio also appears in the book Star Wars Battlefront II: Inferno Squad.
Iden Versio Voice: Janina Gavankar (Star Wars Battlefront II) A commanding officer of Inferno Squad, who later defects to the Rebel Alliance alongside Del Meeko, whom she eventually marries and has a daughter with, named Zay. Almost 30 years after the fall of the Empire, Iden joins the conflict between the Resistance and the First Order at the time of the assault of Starkiller Base, and is killed during a mission to steal the schematics of a First Order Dreadnought. She also appears in the book Star Wars Battlefront II: Inferno Squad.
Del Meeko Voice: TJ Ramini (Star Wars Battlefront II) A member of Inferno Squad, who later defects to the Rebel Alliance alongside Iden Versio, whom he eventually marries and has a daughter with, sometime after the fall of the Empire. Almost 30 years later, Del is captured by the First Order and, after being interrogated by Kylo Ren to learn the location of the map to Luke Skywalker, is killed by his former squad member Gideon Hask, now a high-ranking officer in the First Order. He also appears in the book Star Wars Battlefront II: Inferno Squad.
Zay Versio Voice: Brittany Volcy (Star Wars Battlefront II) Daughter of Iden Versio and Del Meeko, who later goes on to join the Resistance.

X-ZEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Kazuda Xiono Voice: Christopher Sean (Star Wars Resistance) A young human X-Wing fighter pilot for the New Republic tasked by Poe Dameron to spy on the pelagic planet Castilon's Colossus Station refueling facility in the Outer Rim to uncover any First Order activity there. His cover of being a starship mechanic working under Jarek Yeager proves to be a tenuous one at best, partly due to his own occasional clumsiness. Poe's droid BB-8, and later the similar droid CB-23, accompanies Kazuda in his mission on the Colossus station.[64]

Humanoid-aliens sentient speciesEdit

The following is a list of Star Wars humanoid sentient species from the Star Wars franchise.

List of Star Wars species (A–E)Edit

Dathomirians (Darth Maul and Asajj Ventress species)Edit

The Zabrak, also known as Iridonians (when referring to the Zabrak who came from Iridonia), were a carnivorous humanoid species native to Iridonia, a planet located in the Mid Rim known for its inhospitable terrain and fierce predatory life. They were a race known for having a fierce sense of self-determination and an equally dominant need for independence. Zabrak resembled Humans to some degree, but had a number of significant physical characteristics that set them apart from baseline Humanity. The most striking of these were a series of vestigial horns that crowned the heads of both males and females. These horns grew at puberty in varying patterns and signified that the time of their rite of passage was drawing near, both Darth Maul and his brother Savage Opress were Zabraks.

Name Portrayal Description
Mother Talzin Voice: Barbara Goodson (The Clone Wars) Dathomirian leader of the Nightsister clans of witches before and during the Clone Wars. She possesses great magical powers, ranging from mind control, manipulating matter, and turning into mist. Following General Grievous' attack on Dathomir, she is the only Nightsister left, aside from Asajj Ventress. In The Lost Missions, Talzin manipulates a cult into stealing the living Force within other beings and collect it in an orb for her. When enough is collected, Talzin intends to absorb the Force and gain great strength beyond any other Jedi or Sith. 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.
Feral Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Brother of Savage Opress and Darth Maul, with whom Savage lived on Dathomir into adulthood. He is among the Nightbrothers selected by Asajj Ventress as a potential candidate to assassinate Count Dooku, and survives to the final round with his brother. However, after Savage is chosen and both his mind and body are changed by the Nightsisters' magic, he murders Feral on Asajj's orders.
Darth Maul Ray Park (The Phantom Menace and Solo: A Star Wars Story)
Voice: Peter Serafinowicz (The Phantom Menace), Sam Witwer (The Clone Wars, Rebels and Solo: A Star Wars Story)
Dathomirian Zabrak warrior, former member of the Nightbrother clan on Dathomir, and Darth Sidious' first Sith apprentice. He first appeared in The Phantom Menace, in which Sidious sent him to find the escaped Queen Amidala and bring her back to Naboo to sign a treaty that would legalize the Trade Federation's invasion there. At the end of the film, Maul manages to kill Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn, assigned to protect Amidala, but is defeated by his Padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi, who slices him in half, though he survived. Following his defeat at Kenobi's hands, Maul is driven to insanity, but is rescued by his brother Savage Opress twelve years later. After being provided with a pair with robotic legs by the Nighsisters, led by Maul's mother Talzin, he seeks revenge against Kenobi, in the process recruiting several crime syndicates to his cause to form the Shadow Collective and taking over Mandalore. He successfully exacts revenge on Kenobi, only to be defeated and captured by his former master, who saw him as a rival. Maul later escapes and manages to rebuild his criminal empire, now wishing to exact revenge on Sidious after he killed both his brother and mother. Near the end of the Clone Wars, he learns that Sidious seeks to make Anakin Skywalker his new apprentice, and engineers a conflict on Mandalore to lure out and kill Skywalker. However, Ahsoka Tano is sent to deal with him instead, and he unsuccessfully tries to convince her to join forces and defeat Sidious. Maul is defeated and captured by Ahsoka, though she frees him when Sidious executes Order 66, causing Ahsoka's clone troopers to turn on her, and he helps her escape, before fleeing himself. During the Galactic Empire era, Maul, having abandoned his Sith persona, leads the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate, until being left stranded on the Sith world of Malachor. He escapes after meeting Jedi Padawan Ezra Bridger, whom attempts to turn to the dark side, and later forces to help him locate the long-absent Obi-Wan Kenobi. Upon tracking him down to Tatooine, Maul confronts Kenobi and fights him one final time. Maul is fatally injured and dies in Kenobi's arms, finally letting go of his hatred for him, as he realizes that Kenobi is looking after the boy he believes to be the Chosen One and would one day destroy the Sith, avenging all those who had suffered because of them, including Maul.
Savage Opress Voice: Clancy Brown (The Clone Wars) Zabrak warrior, member of the Nightbrother clan on the planet Dathomir, and the brother of Darth Maul. 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 fellow nightbrother's grudge with Obi-Wan to aid him in his revenge against the Jedi. He is later killed in a duel with Darth Sidious on Mandalore.
Asajj Ventress Voice: Nika Futterman (The Clone Wars) Sith apprentice in The Clone Wars who returns to a cult called the Nightsisters (of which she was formerly a member) after being abandoned by her master, Count Dooku. She abandons the dark side and her Sith ways, and Count Dooku sends a squad to wipe out the rest of her "sisters" via a droid company led by General Grievous. Asajj then resorts to bounty hunting, but still retains her two red lightsabers as weapons. She hunts Savage Opress and in the process ends up helping Obi-Wan Kenobi escape from him. Bariss Offee later steals Asajj's lightsabers and mask, using them to pose as Asajj while framing Ahsoka for the bombing of the Jedi Temple.[65] Asajj later appears in the novel Star Wars: Dark Disciple, which was intended for a story arc in the TV series. 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. Asajj turns Vos back, but dies saving him from an angered Dooku. She is later buried on Dathomir, amongst her fallen sisters.

DuroEdit

Duros (or "Durosians") are humanoids from planet Duro, with large, ovular heads, red eyes and blue skin. They were supposedly the first to discover and utilize hyperspace, resulting in the development of hyperdrives and other related technological advancements. They are proud of their heritage and many take up the mantle of spacefarer. Some have made a name for themselves, such as Cad Bane, a notorious Duros bounty hunter. Others prefer a simpler life, and can be found in Mos Eisley quite often.

Name Portrayal Description
Cad Bane Voice: Corey Burton (The Clone Wars) Ruthless bounty hunter in The Clone Wars who makes many major appearances throughout the series, becoming enemies with Obi-Wan Kenobi. He also appears in the game Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes.[66]
L'ulo L'ampar N/A Duros pilot for the Rebel Alliance, featured in the Marvel Comics series Shattered Empire and Poe Dameron.[67]
Shriv Suurgav Voice: Dan Donohue (Star Wars Battlefront II) Duros officer within the Rebel Alliance and later the Resistance, using the call sign Danger Leader. A member of Inferno Squad, Suurgav is the longtime friend of smuggler and ex-General Lando Calrissian, and is present at the Battle of Sullust and the Battle of Jakku. He hijacks the Mandator IV-class Siege Dreadnought, the Retribution, at the time of the assault on Starkiller Base.

EwoksEdit

Ewok is a small, sentient furry creature who lives in trees on the forest moon of Endor.[68]

Name Portrayal Description
Chief Chirpa Jane Busby (Return of the Jedi) An Ewok that served as the chief of the Ewok tribe appearing in Return of the Jedi.[69]
Logray Mike Edmonds (Return of the Jedi) Ewok medicine man in Return of the Jedi.[69]
Lumat N/A Ewok in Return of the Jedi, released as an action figure in the original Kenner Star Wars line. Lumat also appears in several, now non-canon, Ewoks cartoon episodes and related media.[70]
Paploo Kenny Baker (Return of the Jedi) One of the more visible Ewoks in Return of the Jedi, who steals a speeder bike from the Imperial scout troopers to distract them from the Rebel mission on Endor.[69]
Warok N/A Ewok in Return of the Jedi, released in action figure form during Kenner's final Power of the Force line in 1985.[71]
Romba Mike Cottrell (Return of the Jedi) Ewok in Return of the Jedi seen mourning over the death of his fellow Ewok during the Battle of Endor; he was released in action figure form during Kenner's final Power of the Force line in 1985.[72]
Teebo Jack Purvis (Return of the Jedi) Leader of the group of Ewoks that captures 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.[69]
Wicket W. Warrick Warwick Davis (Return of the Jedi) Ewok who helps Princess Leia and the other Rebels in Return of the Jedi.

List of Star Wars species (F–J)Edit

GeonosianEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Gizor Dellso N/A Geonosian separatist who survives Darth Vader's slaughter of the remaining separatist leaders and creates his own droid army. He has plans to make a new battle droid until Imperial stormtroopers of the 501st Legion raid his factory on Mustafar and destroy his plans, killing Gizor in the process.
Klik-Klak Voice: Matthew Wood (Rebels) The lone surviving male Geonosian of an Imperial genocide of the Geonosians following the completion of the first Death Star, Klik-Klak sets up a defense using old Separatist battle droids and droidekas to defend both himself, and the lone surviving Geonosian queen egg he defended, to ensure his species' survival - his encounter with the Ghost crew and Saw Gerrera (who was already on the planet) within Geonosis's tunnels, nearly ends in tragedy but Ezra Bridger manages to befriend Klik-Klak, with the Spectres discovering evidence of the Empire's genocide of the Geonosians, despite the Spectres narrowly escaping capture by the Empire.[73]
Karina the Great Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Queen of Geonosis during the Clone Wars.

Hutt family and crime syndicate (Jabba the Hutt´s species)Edit

Hutts are portly, grotesque, slug-like creatures native to Nal Hutta. Many are very greedy and very gluttonous. Some famous Hutts, such as Jabba the Hutt, are crime lords.[74]

Name Portrayal Description
Mama the Hutt Voice: Angelique Perrin (The Clone Wars) 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.
Jabba the Hutt Mike Edmonds, Dave Barclay, Toby Philpott and John Coppinger (puppeteers) (Return of the Jedi)
Voice: Larry Ward (Return of the Jedi), Scott Schumann (The Phantom Menace), Kevin Michael Richardson (The Clone Wars)
Notorious Hutt crime boss operating in the Outer Rim, appearing in A New Hope Special Edition, Return of the Jedi, The Phantom Menace, and The Clone Wars. His main base of operations, a castle, is located in the deserts of Tatooine, and he is shown to have numerous bounty hunters under his employ over the years, including Boba Fett. Jabba is eventually killed by Princess Leia, who strangles him to death aboard his sail barge in Return of the Jedi.[75] His full name is Jabba Desilijic Tiure.[76]
Rotta the Hutt Voice: David Acord (The Clone Wars) Jabba the Hutt's son, kidnapped by Count Dooku in The Clone Wars animated film.
Gardulla the Hutt Voice: Nika Futterman (The Clone Wars) Hutt crime lord who at one point owns Anakin and Shmi Skywalker before losing a podrace bet to Toydarian junk dealer Watto.
Ziro the Hutt Voice: Corey Burton (The Clone Wars) Notorious Hutt crime lord during the Clone Wars, Jabba the Hutt's flamboyant uncle, and Mama the Hutt's son, who secretly plots to overthrow the Hutt Clan and usurp all their power. In The Clone Wars film, he makes a secret plan with Count Dooku to have Jabba's son captured by Assajj Ventress and blame the Jedi for the incident, but their scheme fails, as Jabba's son is rescued by Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano, and Ziro is discovered and arrested by Padmé Amidala. While in prison, he hires Aurra Sing to assassinate Amidala, but she fails. Later, fearing that Ziro will give the Republic the Hutt Council's records that he had hidden away, Jabba hires Cad Bane and a team of bounty hunters to break him out of prison, with them taking several Senators hostage in exchange for Ziro's release. Ziro then meets with the rest of the Hutt Clan on Nal Hutta, but refuses to tell them where he had hidden the records and, thus, is imprisoned. He is broken out by his lover, Sy Snootles, shortly after, and the two of them head over to Mama the Hutt's house on Teth, where the records are located. However, Snootles betrays Ziro and reveals that she was hired by Jabba to find the records, before shooting Ziro and killing him. His body is later found by Obi-Wan Kenobi, Quinlan Vos and Cad Bane, who had all been tasked (by the Republic and the Hutt Clan respectively) to track down Ziro.
Niima the Hutt N/A First appearing in Star Wars: Aftermath: Empire's End (2017), Niima is a Hutt crime lord based on the desert planet Jakku who controls her people by controlling their resources.[77] The Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary (2015) and Star Wars: Rey's Survival Guide (2016) note that the Niima Outpost on Jakku is named after her.

Gungan (Jar Jar Binks´s species)Edit

Gungans are sentient amphibious creatures native to the swamps of Naboo. Gungans first appeared in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Jar Jar Binks, a main character, is a Gungan, and despite his lack of intelligence, he becomes a representative in the galactic senate in place of Padme Amadala.[78]

Name Portrayal Description
Jar Jar Binks Ahmed Best (Episodes I–III)
Voice: Ahmed Best (The Clone Wars), B.J. Hughes (Three episodes of The Clone Wars)
Hapless but good-natured Gungan who journeys with Qui-Gon Jinn to Coruscant.[79] He is later named general in the Gungan Army and eventually Senator.
Boss Rugor Nass Voice: Brian Blessed (The Phantom Menace) Gungan leader in The Phantom Menace who attends Padmé Amidala's funeral in Revenge of the Sith.[80]

List of Star Wars species (K–O)Edit

Mon Calamari (Admiral Ackbar´s species)Edit

Name Portrayal Description
Admiral Gial Ackbar Timothy D. Rose (Episodes VI–VIII)
Voice: Erik Bauersfeld (Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens), Art Butler (The Clone Wars), Tom Kane (The Last Jedi)
Commands the Rebel fleet in their attack against the second Death Star in Return of the Jedi. Ackbar is a Mon Calamari leader and military commander who fought in the Clone Wars. He devotes himself to the cause of galactic freedom and becomes the foremost military commander of the Rebel Alliance, and later the New Republic. He later works alongside General Leia Organa as part of the Resistance in The Force Awakens. He is killed along with many Resistance leaders in The Last Jedi.
Admiral Raddus Paul Kasey (Rogue One)
Voice: Stephen Stanton (Rogue One)
Green-skinned Mon Calamari Admiral of the Rebel Alliance that perishes during the Battle of Scarif in Rogue One. He serves as the namesake of the Resistance MC85 Star Cruiser known as the Raddus in The Last Jedi.
Nahdar Vebb Voice: Tom Kenny (The Clone Wars) Male Mon Calamari who serves as the padawan of Jedi Master Kit Fisto in The Clone Wars. He is killed by the General Grievous.
Quarrie Corey Burton (Rebels) Mon Calamari starship engineer who created the Blade Wing, a prototype of the B-wing fighter. Living in isolation on Shantipole, he is later brought into the Rebel Alliance by Hera Syndulla to oversee development of more B-wings.[81]
Karbin N/A Cybernetically enhanced Mon Calamari, given similar abilities to General Grievous, working under Dr. Cylo as a possible replacement for Darth Vader; first appearing in the Star Wars: Darth Vader Marvel comic book series.[82]

Mortis Force Spirit familyEdit

Name Portrayal Description
The Father Voice: Lloyd Sherr (The Clone Wars) Mythical, immortal and god-like being who resides on Mortis alongside his family, the Daughter and the Son, who represent embodiments of the light side and the dark side of the Force respectively, with him maintaining balance between the two of them. After growing too old, he lures Anakin Skywalker, alongside Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ahsoka Tano, on Mortis, to test him and see if he's worthy of becoming his successor. He is eventually convinced that Anakin is the Chosen One, destined to bring balance to the Force, but Anakin refuses his offer to remain on Mortis and the Father later commits suicide to allow him to kill the Son, who had already killed the Daughter and corrupted Ahsoka.
The Daughter Voice: Adrienne Wilkinson (The Clone Wars) Mythical, immortal and god-like being who resides on Mortis alongside her family, the Father and the Son, and represents an embodiment of the light side of the Force. She encounters Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ahsoka Tano after they crash-land on Mortis and later sacrifices her life to save her Father from the Son, as well as Ahsoka, who had been corrupted by the latter.
The Son Voice: Sam Witwer (The Clone Wars) Mythical, immortal and god-like being who resides Mortis alongside his family, the Father and the Daughter, and represents an embodiment of the dark side of the Force. He encounters Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ahsoka Tano after they crash-land on Mortis and attempts to seduce the former to dark side, planning to kill the Father and then escape from Mortis. After corrupting Ahsoka and, unintentionally, killing the Daughter, the Son engages in a final confrontation with Anakin, Obi-Wan and the Father, during which the latter commits suicide to allow Anakin to kill the Son and restore Ahsoka back to normal. Despite his death, his influence over Anakin during his stay on Mortis would eventually play a major role in his fall to the dark side and transformation into Darth Vader.

NeimoidiansEdit

Neimoidians are large-eyed, amphibian and reptilian-like sapient bipeds native to the planet of Neimoidia.[83] Many Neimoidians are wealthy businessmen. Despite their commonly menacing attitudes, however, Neimoidians are generally dishonest and easily frightened, preferring to lie even to their leaders, whether it be for profit or for self-safety.[citation needed]

Name Portrayal Description
Nute Gunray Silas Carson (Episodes I–III)
Voice: Tom Kenny (The Clone Wars)
The Neimoidian Viceroy of the Trade Federation whose invasion of Naboo is supported by Darth Sidious during the events of The Phantom Menace, his animosity towards Padmé Amidala leading him to join the Separatist Alliance as one of its high-ranking members in Attack of the Clones. In Revenge of the Sith, following Count Dooku's death, Gunray was sent with the other Separatist Council leaders to Mustafar by General Grievous where they are eventually executed by Darth Vader as Sidious no longer needed them. Sidious then had Vader shut down the droid units of the trade federation, ending the Clone Wars.[84]
Lok Durd Voice: George Takei (The Clone Wars) Neimoidian weapon designer who serves as a Separatist General.

NoghriEdit

Noghri are short, bipedal, sapient beings native to Honoghr. The Galactic Empire usually employed them as assassins. Later, Leia Organa Solo was able to prove how they were duped into service, and they swore allegiance to her and her family. They often worked as guards for the New Republic.

Name Portrayal Description
Rukh Voice: Warwick Davis (Rebels) A Noghri mercenary introduced in the fourth season of Rebels, who serves as Grand Admiral Thrawn's right-hand man.[85] He establishes a rivalry with Zeb Orellios, who eventually defeats and kills Rukh in the series finale. The character originally appeared in the Star Wars Legends series the Thrawn trilogy, in which he eventually assassinates Thrawn in retaliation for enslaving his planet, before getting killed himself.

List of Star Wars species (P–T)Edit

Rodian green or blue skin (Greedo´s species)Edit

Name Portrayal Description
Greedo Paul Blake and Maria de Aragon (A New Hope)[14]
Voice: Larry Ward (A New Hope),[14] Tom Kenny (The Clone Wars)[14]
Rodian bounty hunter who serves Jabba the Hutt. Shot and killed by Han Solo at the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope.[86]
Wald Warwick Davis (The Phantom Menace) Rodian slave boy under the ownership of Watto, and friends with Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace.
Greeata Jendowanian Celia Fushille (Return of the Jedi) Rodian backup singer and dancer for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.

TogrutaEdit

Togruta are species from the planet Shili.[4] They are a humanoid race distinguished by their three, and rarely 4, lekku (similar to those of Twi'leks, and more commonly called 'head tails'), which are striped to help them blend in with their natural surroundings. Togruta possess a form of passive echolocation by means of their hollow montrals, which allows them to sense space and the proximity and movement of physical objects around them. Togruta work well in large groups, and individualism is seen as abnormal within their culture. Jedi Shaak Ti and Anakin Skywalker's former Padawan Ahsoka Tano are togrutan.

Name Portrayal Description
Ahsoka Tano Voice: Ashley Eckstein (The Clone Wars, Rebels, Forces of Destiny and The Rise of Skywalker) Anakin Skywalker's Togruta Jedi Padawan. Over time she develops greater skills and techniques, and becomes a trusted leader. Near the end of season 5 of The Clone Wars, Ahsoka is framed by her friend and fellow Padawan Barriss Offee for bombing the Jedi Temple. She is subsequently expelled from the Jedi Order and turned over to the Republic for trial, but her innocence is proven when Anakin exposes Barriss. Afterwards, Ahsoka is invited to rejoin the Jedi, but she refuses and leaves because she no longer trusts them. She later commands part of the 501st Legion alongside Commander Rex during the Siege of Mandalore and manages to capture Darth Maul, but is forced to let him escape to create a distraction when Order 66 is issued. Ahsoka manages to remove Rex's chip, restoring his free will, and the pair fake their deaths and part ways. She is later revealed to be the mysterious "Fulcrum" in Rebels, and reunites with Rex, both having joined the Rebel Alliance. Hunted by Darth Vader and the Inquisitors, Ahsoka's fate is left ambiguous after a duel with Vader, until Ezra Bridger rescues her from Vader by taking her into The World Between Worlds "environment" accessible, for a time, from within Lothal's Jedi Temple. After the Empire's defeat in the Battle of Endor, Ahsoka embarks on a journey alongside Sabine Wren to find Ezra in the Unknown Regions, who has gone missing after the Liberation of Lothal. Ahsoka also appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Darth Sidious.
Shaak Ti Orli Shoshan (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Tasia Valenza (The Clone Wars)
Togruta Jedi Master and member of the Jedi Council in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith who is killed by Darth Vader during the raid of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, at the beginning of the Great Jedi Purge. Although her death is not seen on-screen, it appears in a deleted scene for Revenge of the Sith, and is later confirmed by a vision that Yoda has in the episode "Destiny" of The Clone Wars TV show, foreseeing the events of Order 66. An alternate deleted scene for Revenge of the Sith shows Shaak Ti being executed by General Grievous in front of Anakin and Obi-Wan on the Invisible Hand.

In the Legends continuity, Shaak Ti survives Order 66 and resides on the planet Felucia, where she mesmerizes the local population and fauna to her advantage and takes in a young Zabrak woman named Maris Brood as her apprentice. She is eventually tracked down by the Empire and defeated by Darth Vader's assassin, Starkiller, before committing suicide.

TrandoshanEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Bossk Alan Harris (The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi)
Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)
Trandoshan bounty hunter who is one of the six summoned in The Empire Strikes Back by Darth Vader to find the Millennium Falcon, and who is also seen in Jabba's Palace in Return of the Jedi and briefly mentioned in Solo: A Star Wars Story.[c] Bossk is the son of bounty hunter Cradossk and is known for his hatred and hunting of Wookiees, with a particular vendetta against the Wookiee Chewbacca.[89] Bossk also appears in episodes of The Clone Wars, in which he mentors and serves as a bodyguard to a young Boba Fett, eventually joining his syndicate of bounty hunters. In Rebels, Bossk captains the Hound's Tooth and teams with Ezra Bridger to expose corrupt Imperial officer lieutenant Jenkes.[90] Also appearing in the Darth Vader Marvel comics series, Bossk is hired by Doctor Aphra along with other bounty hunters in an attempted hijack of the Son-Tuul Pride's fortune.[91]

Bossk also makes several appearances in the Legends continuity. In the Marvel Star Wars comic, he and IG-88 try to freeze Lando and Luke in carbonite. In The Bounty Hunter Wars trilogy, he kills his own father to take over the Bounty Hunters Guild, recruiting Boba Fett as a member, before being double-crossed and finally defeating Fett on Tatooine.[89][92] Later in his retirement in the same continuity, Bossk is imprisoned on a space station orbiting Ord Mantell, which is destroyed during the Yuuzhan Vong War, and possibly meets his demise.[93]

Tusken RaidersEdit

Tusken Raiders: Tusken Raiders, also known as Sand People, are vicious humanoid creatures native to Tatooine. "Tuskens" are almost always wrapped completely in clothing, concealing their identity. Their first appearance is in Star Wars (1977) when Luke and C-3PO search for R2-D2 on Tatooine.

Name Portrayal Description
A'Koba Peter Diamond (A New Hope) One of the first Tusken Raiders ever seen on screen in A New Hope, he and several other sandpeople attack Luke Skywalker in the desert while he is looking for R2-D2, before being scared off by Obi-Wan Kenobi. He is the Tusken Raider appearing in one of the iconic shots of the movie, raising his gaderffii stick in the air repeatedly over his head and screaming, before knocking Luke unconscious. Due to this scene, he also became known as "URoRRuR'R'R", and was later featured in the short story "Rites" from the 2017 anthology book From a Certain Point of View, where he was first identified as A'Koba.[94]

Twi'lekEdit

Twi'leks are humanoid creatures native to Ryloth. Their culture strongly suggests male rule and has been that way since Nola Tarkona founded the Diversity Alliance in the Young Jedi Knights series of books. These creatures have two "head-tails" called lekku that extend from the back of their head. The muscles in these tails can be used to relate the mood of their owner. Most of twi'lek economy is based on slave trade. Female slaves were sold as dancers, assistants, and into other lowly jobs until Nola took over Ryloth. After her takeover, most of the economy was based on Ryll spice, which grows native in the caves of Ryloth. Known twi'lek include Jedi master Aayla Secura; Mission and Griff Vao from the game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic; and Oola, a slave dancer in Jabba the Hutt's Palace on Tatooine.

Name Portrayal Description
Aayla Secura Amy Allen (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)[95]
Voice: Jennifer Hale (The Clone Wars and The Rise of Skywalker)[96]
Twi'lek Jedi who appears in Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, and The Clone Wars. She is one of the thousands of Jedi to fall victim of Order 66, getting betrayed and killed by her own clone troopers on Felucia. Aayla also appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, 54 years after her death, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Sidious.[97][98]
Bib Fortuna Michael Carter (Return of the Jedi)[14]
Voice: Erik Bauersfeld (Return of the Jedi)[14]
Male Twi'lek from the planet Ryloth who serves as Jabba the Hutt's majordomo in Return of the Jedi and The Phantom Menace. Fortuna interrogates C3-PO and R2-D2 upon their entrance into Jabba's Palace and later falls under the Jedi mind control of Luke Skywalker.[99]
Oola Femi Taylor (Return of the Jedi) Twi'lek dancer enslaved by Jabba the Hutt and chained to his throne; she is killed by Jabba's Rancor.[100] New scenes featuring the character were filmed for the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.[101][102]
Cham Syndulla Voice: Robin Atkin Downes (The Clone Wars and Rebels) Twi'lek freedom fighter who opposes the Separatists independently before allying with the Republic Army when the Clone Wars come to Ryloth. In the aftermath of the Clone Wars, Cham opposes the newly established Galactic Empire's occupation of his world and becomes 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 are later reconciled after Cham and his warriors Gobi and Numa team up with Hera's crew to steal an Imperial carrier and shoot down an Imperial cruiser over Ryloth.[103]
Hera Syndulla Voice: Vanessa Marshall (Rebels and Forces of Destiny) Twi'lek female, and the daughter of Cham Syndulla, who leaves her homeworld to 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.[104]
Kanan Jarrus Voice: Freddie Prinze Jr. (Rebels, The Rise of Skywalker) The human husband of Hera Syndulla, a Jedi survivor of Order 66, and the de facto leader of the Ghost crew. Born as Caleb Dume, he changed his name to Kanan Jarrus, to hide during Order 66; after the death of his Jedi Master, Depa Billaba. Later, Kanan met Hera, and became the Jedi master of Ezra Bridger. He carries a DL-18 blaster and a blue lightsaber that can be detached. He is uncertain of himself in training his padawan Ezra Bridger, due to not finishing his Jedi training himself. Kanan later sacrifices himself to allow Hera Syndulla to escape from an Imperial prison on Lothal, though his legacy will live through their child, Jacen Syndulla. Kanan also appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, 35 years after his death, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Palpatine.
Jacen Syndulla N/A Son of human Jedi Knight Kanan Jarrus and Twi'lek General Hera Syndulla introduced in the 2018 Rebels series finale, "Family Reunion and Farewell". Born during Galactic Civil War after the death of his father, Jacen is a member of the Spectres, codenamed Spectre-7.
Xi'an Natalia Tena (The Mandalorian) A Twi'lek member of Ranzar Malk's crew, who is skilled in fighting with a knife, the sister of Qin, and an old associate of the Mandalorian. After her brother is captured and imprisoned aboard a New Republic transport, the crew tries with the help of the Mandalorian. Xi'an and the others secretly planned to abandon the Mandalorian once they released Qin, but he had anticipated their betrayal and leaves all of them behind on the transport.
Qin Ismael Cruz Córdova (The Mandalorian) Twi'lek criminal, brother of Xi'an, member of Ranzar Malk's crew, and an old associate of the Mandalorian. He was captured by the New Republic and imprisoned aboard one of their transports, but the crew tries to break him out with the help of the Mandalorian, whom they secretly plan to abandon once they released Qin. However, the Mandalorian had anticipated their betrayal and leaves all of them behind on the transport, before bringing Qin back to Ranzar.
Orn Free Taa Jerome Blake (The Phantom Menace), Matt Rowan (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Phil LaMarr (The Clone Wars)
Overweight Twi'lek who represents Ryloth in the Galactic Senate during the prequel trilogy.
Lyn Me Dalyn Chew (Return of the Jedi) Twi'lek backup singer and dancer for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.

List of Star Wars species (U–Z)Edit

Weequay (Hondo Ohnaka´s species)Edit

Name Portrayal Description
Hondo Ohnaka Voice: Jim Cummings (The Clone Wars, Rebels and Forces of Destiny) Weequay leader of the space pirates known as the Ohnaka Gang which kidnaps, and attempts to ransom, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Count Dooku—and later Ahsoka Tano—to the highest bidder during the Clone Wars. He follows a code of honor and respects the Jedi, but is not above using sneaky tactics and treachery if it is for "good business". 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.[105]
Pagetti Rook ("Weequay") Julius LeFlore (Return of the Jedi) Weequay guard on Jabba the Hutt's skiff that held a vibro-axe to the back of Luke Skywalker as he stood on the plank above the Sarlacc Pit in Return of the Jedi.[106] Called "Weequay" during the original Kenner action figure line in the 1980s, the name would eventually become the name of the character's species as a whole.[107]
Sora Bulq N/A Weequay Jedi Master and friend of Mace Windu who is turned to the dark side of the Force by Count Dooku.

Wookiee (Chewbacca´s species)Edit

Wookiee are large, hairy, primate-like creatures, native to Kashyyyk, that slightly resemble the modern-day depictions of Sasquatch. Despite having great strength and a short temper, they are described as an intelligent and scientific race.

Name Portrayal Description
Attichitcuk Paul Gale
(Star Wars Holiday Special)
A Wookiee and the father of Chewbacca, he was one of Kashyyyk's prominent chieftains during the final years of the Galactic Republic. He appears in the Holiday Special and as a playable character in Galactic Battlegrounds (2001), and was canonized by being mentioned in Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018).
Chewbacca Peter Mayhew (Episodes III–VII), Joonas Suotamo (Episodes VII–IX, Solo: A Star Wars Story)
Voice: Ben Burtt
Han Solo's Wookiee partner and co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon.[108]
Tarfful Michael Kingma (Revenge of the Sith) Wookiee chieftain who, along with Chewbacca, commands the Wookiee warriors during the Battle of Kashyyyk, and later helps Yoda escape the clone troopers after Order 66 is given in Revenge of the Sith. In the video game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Tarfful is shown to be an old friend of Jedi Master Eno Cordova, and helps Cal Kestis in his quest for a Jedi Holocron hidden away by Cordova.
Gungi N/A Wookiee youngling who was among the youngest to pass the Gathering. Gungi uses a wooden lightsaber with a green crystal.
Black Krrsantan N/A A Wookiee bounty hunter first featured in the Marvel comic series Star Wars: Darth Vader and currently featured in the ongoing Doctor Aphra series.[109]

Yoda´s unknown speciesEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Yaddle Phil Eason (The Phantom Menace) Female member of Yoda's species, and a member of the Jedi Council in The Phantom Menace. Iain McCaig's concept art for a young Yoda was instead used to create Yaddle.[110]
Yoda Frank Oz (puppeteer) (The Phantom Menace, Episodes V–VI, The Last Jedi)
Voice: Frank Oz (Episodes I–III, V–IX and Rebels), Tom Kane (The Clone Wars and Forces of Destiny)
Jedi Grandmaster who trained Count Dooku and one of the few known survivors of the Great Jedi Purge in Revenge of the Sith. He goes into exile on Dagobah after the fall of the Republic, and years later trains Luke Skywalker in The Empire Strikes Back, before dying of old age in Return of the Jedi. His spirit later appears to a now old Luke in The Last Jedi to teach him one final lesson about failure, and his voice is heard. Speaks the second half of sentences before the first half, Yoda does usually; though, if short enough his sentence is, he does not.[111]
The Child N/A A 50-year-old Force-wielding member of Yoda's species who is being targeted by both the Imperial Remnant and numerous bounty hunters for unknown reasons. He is rescued from the Imperial Remnant by the Mandalorian, who begins to look after him and protect him from those looking to capture him, especially Moff Gideon and his own Imperial Remnant, who want to experiment on him for unknown reason. Due to the species aging very slowly, he still resembles and acts like a toddler, but he is shown to be a powerful Force wielder. The character is created with both Practical effects and CGI and has grown popular with the media, becoming an Internet meme and being dubbed "Baby Yoda" by the fans.

Uncategorized human and humanoid characters (in alphabetical order)Edit

A mix of human and humanoid alien characters.

AEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Sim Aloo ("Imperial Dignitary") Anthony Lang (Return of the Jedi) Member of the Imperial Ruling Council and one of Emperor Palpatine's advisors, he appears alongside other councilors to the Emperor on the second Death Star, and is killed when it is destroyed over the forest moon of Endor in Return of the Jedi.[112] An action figure of this character, titled "Imperial Dignitary", was created in Kenner's 1985 Power of the Force line.[113]
Mas Amedda Jerome Blake (The Phantom Menace and Revenge of the Sith), David Bowers (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)[114]
Voice: Stephen Stanton (The Clone Wars)
Vice chair of the Galactic Senate.[114] He is Grand Vizier and head of the Imperial Ruling Council in Aftermath: Life Debt, installed by Gallius Rax as the puppet leader of the Empire following Palpatine's death. Amedda formally surrenders the Empire to the New Republic in Aftermath: Empire's End.
Amee Katie Lucas (The Phantom Menace) Human friend of Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace. Lucas, the daughter of George Lucas, was credited as Jenna Green.
Fodesinbeed Annodue Voice: Greg Proops and Scott Capurro (The Phantom Menace) Two-headed Troig in The Phantom Menace who commentates in both Basic and Huttese for the Boonta Eve Classic pod race.[115] The actor/comedians Greg Proops and Scott Capurro were originally supposed to appear in full prosthetic makeup, but the design was switched to a somewhat unpopular fully CG character.[116]
Raymus Antilles Peter Geddis (A New Hope),[14] Rohan Nichol (Revenge of the Sith),[14] Tim Beckmann (Rogue One) Captain of the Tantive IV. In A New Hope, he is strangled to death by Darth Vader.[117] Antilles is the last master of C-3PO and R2-D2 before they fall under the ownership of Luke Skywalker, and captain of the Sundered Heart in Revenge of the Sith. No relation to any other character named Antilles.
Doctor Chelli Lona Aphra Voice: January LaVoy (Audiobook of From a Certain Point of View) A human female archaeologist, recruited by Darth Vader, along with her two assassin droid companions, 0-0-0 (Triple-Zero) and BT-1 (Beetee) for several covert missions outside the knowledge of the Empire. She is first featured in the Marvel comic series Star Wars: Darth Vader, before getting her own ongoing titular comic series.[118]
Faro Argyus Voice: James Marsters (The Clone Wars) Captain of the Senate Commandos who is bribed by Count Dooku to free Viceroy Nute Gunray from Republic captivity. He is later betrayed and killed by Asajj Ventress.
Aiolin and Morit Astarte N/A Specially engineered humans, brother and sister, skilled with lightsabers and working under Dr. Cylo as possible replacements for Darth Vader. They first appear in the Star Wars: Darth Vader Marvel comic book series.[119]
Ello Asty Paul Kasey (The Force Awakens)
Voice: Matthew Wood (The Force Awakens and Resistance)
Abednedo X-wing pilot for the Resistance that perished during the attack on Starkiller Base in The Force Awakens. Asty's name is a reference by director J.J. Abrams to the album Hello Nasty by the Beastie Boys, and the inscription on Asty's helmet, "Born to Ill", references the band's debut album Licensed to Ill.[120]

BEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Ponda Baba ("Walrus Man") Tommy Isley (A New Hope) 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. He is an associate of Dr. Cornelius Evazan who also antagonizes Luke Skywalker in the cantina.[121] When the original Kenner action figure for Baba was released, the then-unnamed alien was called simply "Walrus Man".[122] He can also be seen with Dr. Evazan on the streets of Jedha in Rogue One.[123]
Kitster Banai Dhruv Chanchani (The Phantom Menace) Tatooine slave boy and Anakin Skywalker's childhood friend. Banai is supportive to Anakin's pod-racing endeavors, which is in contrast to Anakin's other friends Wald, Amee, Melee and Seek in The Phantom Menace. As the most prominent of Anakin's childhood friends, there has been much speculation as to Banai's fate after The Phantom Menace.[124]
Barada Dirk Yohan Beer (Return of the Jedi) Klatooinian employed as one of Jabba the Hutt's skiff guards in Return of the Jedi. Released in action figure form as part of Kenner's final Power of the Force line in 1985.[125]
Jom Barell N/A SpecForces officer introduced in Star Wars: Aftermath who becomes part of the main team in Aftermath: Life Debt.[126]
Idryssa Barruck N/A A rebel introduced in Star Wars: Rebel Rising who is a friend of Saw Gerrara and disagrees with him about his tactics.[127]
Moradmin Bast Leslie Schofield (A New Hope) Imperial general who serves aboard the first Death Star who warns Grand Moff Tarkin that they should evacuate due to the Rebel threat in A New Hope.
The Bendu Voice: Tom Baker (Rebels) An ancient Force-wielder whose 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 ashla, light-wielding Jedi and the bogan, dark-wielding Sith.
Depa Billaba Dipika O'Neill Joti (The Phantom Menace) Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council who falls into a six-month coma after an encounter with General Grievous on Haruun Kal, but recovers and becomes the master of Padawan Caleb Dume, who is later known as Kanan Jarrus. She sacrifices herself during the Great Jedi Purge to allow her Padawan to escape
Temiri Blagg Temirlan Blaev (The Last Jedi) A young boy and Force-sensitive slave on Cantonica. Temiri and his friends, Oniho Zaya and Arashell Sar, work for Bargwill Tomder in the Fathier stables in Canto Bight. Temiri is given a resistance ring by Rose Tico, and is shown Force-pulling a broom towards himself near the conclusion of The Last Jedi.[128]
Zorii Bliss Keri Russell (The Rise of Skywalker) The leader of a spice runner group on the planet Kijimi and an old friend of Poe Dameron, who used to be a part of the group before joining the Resistance.[129][130] Despite holding a grudge against Poe for abandoning the group, she helps him, Rey, Finn, C-3PO, BB-8, and D-O hide from the First Order when they come to Kijimi to decrypt a message inside C-3PO's memory, and later takes part in the final Battle of Exegol, having survived the Final Order's destruction of Kijimi.
Bobbajo Aidan Cook (The Force Awakens) Nu-Cosian storyteller seen carrying his menagerie of caged animals on Jakku in The Force Awakens. Bobbajo, although having a very minor role, was one of the first new characters from The Force Awakens to have been shown in promotional materials for the film.[131] Bobbajo is also featured in the short story "All Creatures Great and Small".[132]
Lux Bonteri Voice: Jason Spisak (The Clone Wars) Son of Mina Bonteri and freedom fighter in the Clone Wars; love interest of Ahsoka Tano.
Maia Bonteri N/A Goddaughter of Lux Bonteri introduced in the novel Star Wars: Rebel Rising. Maia is a member of Saw Gerrera's partisans when they are stationed on Wrea. She later dies in the assault of Inusagi from Imperial blaster fire.
Mina Bonteri Voice: Kath Soucie (The Clone Wars) Mother of Lux Bonteri and Separatist senator in the Clone Wars.
Boolio Voice: Mark Hamill (The Rise of Skywalker) Ovissian informant and ally of the Resistance who relays critical information leaked by General Hux to Finn, Poe Dameron and Chewbacca in The Rise of Skywalker. He is later found and executed by Kylo Ren, having his head presented to the Supreme Council.
Ezra Bridger Voice: Taylor Gray (Rebels and Forces of Destiny) Fourteen-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.[133] He later goes missing after defeating Grand Admiral Thrawn and liberating Lothal.
Burg Clancy Brown (The Mandalorian) A Devaronian member of Ranzar Malk's crew, who attempts to release one of their associates, Qin, from a New Republic transport with the help of the Mandalorian. Burg and the others secretly planned to abandon the Mandalorian once they released Qin, but he had anticipated their betrayal and leaves all of them behind on the transport.

CEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Caben Asif Ali (The Mandalorian) A farmer on the planet Sorgan who, along with his friend Stoke, asks the Mandalorian to protect his village against the attacks of Klatooinian raiders.
Toro Calican Jake Cannavale (The Mandalorian) Bounty hunter who briefly works with the Mandalorian to track down the assassin Fennec Shand on Tatooine, before turning on him and attempting to claim the bounty on his head, leading to the Mandalorian killing him.
Lando Calrissian Billy Dee Williams (The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker), Donald Glover (Solo: A Star Wars Story)
Voice: Billy Dee Williams (Rebels)
Smuggler, gambler, and longtime friend of Han Solo, as well as the original owner of the Millennium Falcon. He later becomes a General in the Rebel Alliance and leads the attack on the second Death Star in Return of the Jedi.[134] In The Rise of Skywalker, he is shown to have retired, but nonetheless helps out Rey, Poe Dameron, Finn, Chewbacca, C-3PO and BB-8 when they come to Pasaana looking for a Sith dagger that would help them find the resurrected Emperor Palpatine, which Lando and Luke Skywalker looked for themselves a long time ago. He later decides to join the Resistance and flies the Falcon alongside Chewbacca during the final Battle of Exegol.
Captain Moden Canady Mark Lewis Jones (The Last Jedi) First Order captain of the Mandator IV-class Siege Dreadnought Fulminatrix, destroyed by Paige Tico's Resistance StarFortress bomber during the attack on D'Qar in The Last Jedi.
Ransolm Casterfo N/A Centrist senator from Riosa who opposes, and then befriends, Princess Leia in the novel Star Wars: Bloodline.[135][136][137]
The Client Werner Herzog (The Mandalorian) An unnamed subordinate of Moff Gideon who employs the Mandalorian to capture the Child. He is later killed by Gideon's men for failing to retrieve the Child.
Rush Clovis Voice: Robin Atkin Downes (The Clone Wars) Separatist Senator who represents the planet Scipio in the Galactic Senate, as well as a former love interest of Padmé Amidala. When the Clone Wars break out, he becomes a delegate of the InterGalactic Banking Clan. During the Battle of Scipio, he sacrifices himself to save Padmé.
Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix Billie Lourd (Episodes VII–IX) Human female serving as a junior controller in the Resistance during their conflict with the First Order in The Force Awakens.[138] Actress Lourd is the daughter of Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia).[138] Though Lourd is credited as Lieutenant Connix in the film's credits, StarWars.com gives her full name as Kaydel Ko Connix.[139]
Captain Jeremoch Colton Jeremy Bulloch (Revenge of the Sith) Pilot of the Tantive III in Revenge of the Sith.
Eno Cordova Voice: Tony Amendola (Jedi Fallen Order) Jedi Master, presumed survivor of the Great Jedi Purge, and former master of Cere Junda and owner of BD-1. He discovered an ancient vault built by the Force-sensitive Zeffo on the planet Bogano, where he hid a Jedi Holocron containing a list of Force-sensitive children, in the hopes that it could someday help rebuild the Jedi Order.
Salacious B. Crumb Tim Rose (puppeteer) (Return of the Jedi)
Voice: Mark Dodson (Return of the Jedi)
Kowakian monkey-lizard in Jabba the Hutt's court.[140] Rose's antics controlling the Crumb puppet led to an increase in the character's prominence.[140]
Arvel Crynyd Hilton McRae (Return of the Jedi) A-wing pilot who crashes into the Executor-class Star Dreadnought Executor, causing its fall and destruction on the surface of the second Death Star, in Return of the Jedi.
Dr. Cylo N/A Cybernetically enhanced human, able to assume other clones of himself once his current form has died. First appearing in the Star Wars: Darth Vader Marvel comic book series, Cylo is presented as a rival to Darth Vader; pitting Vader against many of his Cybernetically enhanced beings, to gain favour under Emperor Palpatine.[82]

DEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Commander Larma D'Acy Amanda Lawrence (The Last Jedi) Human female Resistance commander and advisor to Leia Organa and Amilyn Holdo in The Last Jedi. After the Battle of Exegol, she is seen kissing a Resistance pilot.
Figrin D'an Rick Baker (A New Hope) Leader of the Bith band Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes, playing in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope.[141]
Poe Dameron Oscar Isaac (Episodes VII–IX)
Voice: Oscar Isaac (Resistance)
X-wing fighter pilot introduced in The Force Awakens, called "the best pilot in the Resistance".[142][143]

His father is special forces soldier, Kes Dameron, and his mother is A-wing pilot, Shara Bey. Both were soldiers for the Rebel Alliance, featured in the 2015 Marvel Comics limited series Star Wars: Shattered Empire.[144]

Vober Dand Derek Arnold (The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi) Tarsunt from the planet Suntilla who serves as a logistics controller for the Resistance during the attack on Starkiller Base in The Force Awakens. He also appears at the Resistance base on D'Qar in The Last Jedi.[145]
Joclad Danva Kyle Rowling (Attack of the Clones) Human Jedi Knight from Attack of the Clones who uses a green lightsaber in the Battle of Geonosis, where he is killed.
Dapp Voice: Steve Blum (Uprising) "Happy" Dapp is a man that an unnamed smuggler and his sister Riley worked for during the Galactic Empire's Iron Blockade.
General Oro Dassyne Voice: Terrence Carson Separatist General and an agent of the Corporate Alliance who commands the CIS' forces on Bomis Koori IV.
Davan Matt Lanter (The Mandalorian) New Republic soldier stationed on a prison transport that is infiltrated by the Mandalorian and Ranzar Malk's crew in order to rescues one of the prisoners, Qin. After being confronted by them, Davan activates a distress signal, but is shortly after killed by one of the mercenaries, Xi'an, despite the Mandalorian's attempt to convince the others to spare Davan.
Bren Derlin John Ratzenberger (The Empire Strikes Back) Rebel officer in The Empire Strikes Back.[146]
Ima-Gun Di Voice: Robin Atkin Downes (The Clone Wars) Red Nikto Jedi Master appearing in The Clone Wars.[147] He is killed alongside his clone troopers while making a last stand against the Separatist forces during the Battle of Ryloth.
Rinnrivin Di N/A Red Nikto crime lord who heads a dangerous cartel based on the planet Bastatha in Star Wars: Bloodline.[148][149]
Tan Divo Tom Kenny (The Clone Wars) Coruscant police inspector during the Clone Wars era, often displaying a pompous attitude. His appearance is loosely based on that of actor and director Orson Welles.[citation needed]
DJ Benicio del Toro (The Last Jedi) Slicer who assists and then betrays Finn and Rose Tico on their mission aboard the First Order flagship Dreadnought Supremacy in The Last Jedi. His name stands for "Don't Join".[150]
Lott Dod Silas Carson (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Toby Longworth (The Phantom Menace), Gideon Emery (The Clone Wars)
Neimoidian senator of the Trade Federation, representing the trade conglomerate's interests in the Galactic Senate.
Jib Dodger Rick Famuyiwa (The Mandalorian) New Republic X-Wing pilot who takes part in the attack on Ranzar Malk's space station, locating it thanks to a tracker placed by the Mandalorian.
Jan Dodonna Alex McCrindle (A New Hope), Ian McElhinney (Rogue One)
Voice: Michael Bell (Rebels)
General and leader of the Rebel base on Yavin IV who plans the starfighter attack on the first Death Star in A New Hope.[151] Dodonna also appears in Rogue One, the Rebels animated series, and in several issues of Marvel's comic series Star Wars. He is also the first character to utter the phrase, "May the Force be with you".[152]

In the Legends continuity, Dodonna became an Imperial officer with the rise of the Galactic Empire.[153]

Daultay Dofine Alan Ruscoe (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Chris Sanders (The Phantom Menace)
Neimoidian Commander of the Trade Federation's droid control ship in The Phantom Menace, killed when Anakin destroys the ship.
Lushros Dofine Ben Burtt (Revenge of the Sith) Captain of the Invisible Hand in Revenge of the Sith. He is killed when his escape pod gets struck by stray turbolaser.
Cin Drallig Nick Gillard (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Robin Atkin Downes (The Clone Wars), Nick Jameson (Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (video game))
Jedi Master who serves as the battlemaster of and head of security for the Jedi Temple in the final days of the Clone Wars. He is killed by Darth Vader during the siege of the temple in Revenge of the Sith.
Garven Dreis (a.k.a. Red Leader) Drewe Henley (A New Hope and Rogue One) Leader of the Rebel Alliance's Red Squadron during the attack on the first Death Star in the Battle of Yavin in A New Hope. Unused footage of actor Drewe Henley as Garven Dreis from A New Hope was also used during the Battle of Scarif in Rogue One.
Greez Dritus Voice: Daniel Roebuck (Jedi Fallen Order) The Latero pilot of the Stinger Mantis and a close friend of Cere Junda and later Cal Kestis.
Cara Dune Gina Carano (The Mandalorian) Former shock trooper within the Rebel Alliance turned mercenary and an ally of the Mandalorian.

Dark side of the Force factionsEdit

Sith:

Organization of Force-sensitives, which follows the rule of two. In the movies the main Sith is Darth Sidious/Palpatine, along his apprentice Darth Vader, and Count Dooku, as well as briefly Darth Maul.

Name Portrayal Description
Darth Bane Voice: Mark Hamill (The Clone Wars) Dark Lord of the Sith who created the "Rule of Two" that states there shall only ever be two Sith at a time, a Master and an Apprentice, before the Old Republic. An illusion of him appeared during the episode Sacrifice of The Clone Wars to confront Yoda on Moraband and offer him the chance to join the dark side of the Force, but is rejected by Yoda.
Darth Plagueis N/A Sith Lord and the master of Darth Sidious, mentioned in Revenge of the Sith. Palpatine 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. Plagueis was killed in his sleep by his apprentice.[154]
Count Dooku
(Darth Tyranus)
Christopher Lee (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Christopher Lee (The Clone Wars film), Corey Burton (The Clone Wars TV series)
Former Jedi Master, leader of the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS), and Darth Sidious's second Sith apprentice Darth Tyranus.[155] He was introduced in Attack of the Clones as a former student of Yoda and the Jedi master of Qui-Gon Jinn. He also trained General Grievous and recruited Jango Fett as the template for the Clone army. He is betrayed by Sidious and killed by Anakin Skywalker, who replaced him as Sidious' apprentice, in Revenge of the Sith.[155] Dooku is also a major antagonist in The Clone Wars series.
Darth Momin N/A Dark Lord of Sith and sculptor, who appears in the novel series Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith. Imprisoned at a young age for ideas and aspirations, he was rescued by a woman named Shaa, who trained him in the dark side of the Force and whom he eventually killed after believing that he had become more powerful than her. Momin then built a superweapon to destroy an entire city and perished when the Jedi intervened to stop him, losing control over the energy he wielded and causing his physical body to be destroyed, leaving only his mask with his consciousness inside. Years later, the mask is retrieved from the Jedi Archieve vault by Palpatine, who gives it to Darth Vader as a gift for his journey to Mustafar, which Vader sought to make his personal stronghold. After Momin's mask kills some of his personnel, Vader examines it and learnes of Momin's past, before letting him possess the body of a Mustafarian and build his fortress for him. While Vader is distracted by an invasion of Mustafarians, Momin opens a door to the dark side and resurrects himself. However, after challenging Vader to a duel, Momin meets his demise by being crushed against the wall with a giant rock. Despite Momin's death, his dark esence would remain in the mask for years to come, and at one point the mask was located aboard the Imperial yacht Imperialis. When a crew led by Lando Calrissian boarded the ship and attempted to rob it, the mask possessed the bodies of two of the thieves, forcing the others to abandon them and destroy the ship.

Inquisitors:

Organization of Force-sensitives, most of them former Jedi, who have either been tortured by the Empire until succumbing to the dark side, or have already willingly embraced it. They are all trained by Darth Vader and serve him and Emperor Palpatine by hunting down surviving Jedi and others with Force potential.

Name Portrayal Description
Grand Inquisitor Voice: Jason Isaacs (Rebels) Former Jedi Temple Guard and leader of the Inquisitorious. He is the main antagonist of the first season of Rebels, where he is assigned to hunt down the Ghost crew. After being defeated by Kanan Jarrus, he commits suicide, fearing the consequences of his failure. His spirit later helps Kanan pass his final trial to become a Jedi Knight.
Inquisitor: Second Sister (Trilla Suduri) Voice: Elizabeth Grullon (Jedi: Fallen Order) Female Inquisitor and former Jedi Padawan and apprentice of Jedi Knight Cere Junda, who was captured and tortured by the Empire after Cere betrayed her location under intense interrogation. She is the main antagonist of Jedi: Fallen Order, where she is assigned to hunt down former Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis and retrieve a Holocron containing a list of Force-sensitive children. She is later killed by Darth Vader for her failure. She also makes a cameo appearance in the novel Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith.
Inquisitor: Fourth Sister N/A Female masked Inquisitor who is alluded in the novel Star Wars Adventures: Return to Vader's Castle. She never makes any actual physical appearances, as the novel depicts a young Rebel Commander named Lina Graf having stolen her armor and posing as her in order to rescue Lieutant Thom Hudd from Darth Vader's Fortress on Mustafar.
Inquisitor: Fifth Brother Voice: Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (Rebels) The second Inquisitor introduced in Rebels and a member of an unknown humanoid species, he is dispatched to hunt down the crew of the Ghost after the death of the Grand Inquisitor. He works closely with the Seventh Sister. He is defeated by Ahsoka Tano on Malachor and then dies at the hands of Maul.
Inquisitor: Sixth Brother (Bil Valen) N/A An Inquisitor of an unknown species who appears only in novels, most prominently in Ahsoka. He is described as tall with unnatural-looking grey skin, piercing ice-blue eyes, broad shoulders, and distinctive scar/tattoo-like markings. He attempts to hunt down and kill Ahsoka Tano, but is defeated when she causes his lightsaber to overload and explode, killing him.
Inquisitor: Seventh Sister Voice: Sarah Michelle Gellar (Rebels) The first introduced female Inquisitor and a Mirialan, most prominently featured in the second season of Rebels. She employs mini probe droids in battle and works alongside the Fifth Brother. She is ultimately killed by Maul on Malachor.
Inquisitor: Eighth Brother Voice: Robert Daymond Howard (Rebels) A masked Terellian Jango Jumper Inquisitor who is dispatched to hunt down Maul, eventually tracking him to Malachor. After being defeated, he attempts to escape using his ligthsaber to fly away, but it malfunctions, causing him to fall to his death.
Inquisitor: Ninth Sister (Masana Tide) Voice: Misty Lee (Jedi: Fallen Order) Female Dowutin Inquisitor, first introduced in the novel Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith. In Jedi: Fallen Order, she hunts Cal Kestis alongside the Second SIster, but is defeated by the young Padawan on Kashyyyk.
Inquisitor: Tenth Brother (Prosset Dibs) N/A Blind Jedi Master who first appeared in the novel Jedi of the Republic - Mace Windu., where he was expelled from the Jedi Order after attempting to kill Mace Windu, having become disillusioned with the Jedi's role as protectors of the galaxy. He later appears as an Inquisitor in the novel Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith, where he is killed by his own troopers after the Jedi Ferren Barr reactivates Order 66 in their minds, causing them to mistake him for a Jedi.
Unnamed red-skinned Inquisitor N/A Female Inquisitor who appears in the novel Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith. She is killed by Darth Vader, who suspected her of treason.
Unnamed Twi'lek Inquisitor N/A Black-skinned Twi'lek Inquisitor who appears in the novel Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith. He is killed by Darth Vader after helping a fellow red-skinned Inquisitor, whom Vader suspected of treason.

Other:

Name Portrayal Description
Supreme Leader Snoke Andy Serkis (The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi)
Voice: Andy Serkis (The Rise of Skywalker)
Darth Sidious' puppet ruler of the First Order, a powerful master of the dark side of the Force, and Kylo Ren's master in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. He is later betrayed and killed by Kylo Ren, who becomes the new Supreme Leader of the First Order.[156]
Knights of Ren: Various (The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker) An organization of masked Force-wielding warriors led by Kylo Ren, which consists of six individuals named Vicrul, Ap'lek, Cardo, Kuruk, Trudgen, and Usha. Some of them were students of Luke Skywalker who, similarly to Kylo Ren, lost their faith in him and the Jedi and succumbed to the dark side, and, prior to Kylo, they used to be led by another individual known simply as "Ren", as seen in the novel The Rise of Kylo Ren. They are all killed by the redeemed Kylo Ren in The Rise of Skywalker.

EEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Caluan Ematt Andrew Jack (The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi) Elderly General in the Resistance, and former lieutenant in the Rebel Alliance. Ematt appears at the Resistance base during the planning of the attack on Starkiller Base, and later appears atop the trenches in the Battle of Crait. A longtime associate of Leia Organa, Ematt also appears in the 2015 novels Moving Target: A Princess Leia Adventure and Smuggler's Run: A Han Solo & Chewbacca Adventure, as well as the 2016 novel Bloodline.
Jas Emari N/A Zabrak bounty hunter introduced in Star Wars: Aftermath.[157][158]
Embo Voice: Dave Filoni (The Clone Wars) A Clone Wars-era Kyuzo 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.
Moralo Eval Voice: Stephen Stanton (The Clone Wars) Separatist Phindian criminal who comes up with a plan to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine. He is taken back to custody after his plot is thwarted.
Doctor Cornelius Evazan Alfie Curtis (A New Hope), Michael Smiley (Rogue One) Character who antagonizes Luke Skywalker and is subsequently attacked with a lightsaber by Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope. He is a human male with a heavily scarred face, accompanied by his Aqualish associate Ponda Baba. He also claims to be a wanted man who has the death sentence on 12 systems.[159] Evazan also bumps into Jyn Erso and threatens her on the streets of Jedha in Rogue One.[160]

EmpireEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Agent Kallus Voice: David Oyelowo (Rebels) Imperial who is a member of the Imperial Security Bureau in Rebels. He initially led efforts to suppress an uprising on the planet Lothal and combat the newly formed Rebel Alliance, but after a chance encounter with Zeb Orrelios, a Lasat who became his nemesis after Kallus used weapons to wipe out much of his kind, leaves both of them stranded on a remote planet, he reconsiders his loyalty to the Empire. Kallus eventually defects to the Rebellion, becoming one of their Fulcrum agents by the time Thrawn was promoted to Grand Admiral. Kallus served the Rebellion and befriended Zeb as he assisted the rebels on Lothal in defeating Thrawn.
General Maximilian Veers Julian Glover (The Empire Strikes Back) Commander of the 501st who leads the Empire's attack on Hoth commanding the lead AT-AT Imperial Walker in The Empire Strikes Back.[161] Veers was released in action figure form during Kenner's original line, dubbed as 'AT-AT Commander'.[162]
Commander Alecia Beck N/A An ISB officer, Commander of the Star Destroyer Vehement, and loyal Imperial Alecia Beck was a female human who served as an officer in the Galactic Empire. When she was in training, she found her training officer selling Imperial secrets for credits. She confronted him and she won the fight, but in the process lost her left eye. She was then granted a promotion and command of a Star Destroyer. Later, she is hunting down a rebel crew associated with the Rebel Alliance and catches a Rebel Lieutenant, Caluan Ematt. She is first introduced in the novel Star Wars: Smugglers Run

FEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Onaconda Farr Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Senator from Rodia initially aligned with the CIS, later returned to the Republic thanks to his old friend and fellow Senator Padmé Amidala. as part of an assassination attempt. He is later killed with a poisoned drink by his personal aide, Lolo Purs, who held him responsible for bringing the war to Rodia.
Babu Frik Voice: Shirley Henderson (The Rise of Skywalker) Small Anzellan droidsmith on Kijimi who helps Rey, Finn and Poe Dameron decrypt a message inside C-3PO's memory, although this causes the droid's memory to be completely wiped out. Babu later survives the Final Order's destruction of Kijimi and is during the final Battle of Exegol.

First OrderEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Armitage Hux Domhnall Gleeson (Episodes VII-IX) General of the First Order who presides over Starkiller Base under Supreme Leader Snoke in The Force Awakens. In The Last Jedi, Hux commands the fleet chasing down the Resistance, first to the irritation and then to the approval of Snoke. In The Rise of Skywalker, it is revealed that Hux betrayed the First Order following Kylo Ren's rise to power and became a spy for the Resistance. He later helps Poe Dameron, Finn and Chewbacca escape after they are captured aboard Kylo Ren's Resurgent-class Star Destroyer Steadfast, but his treason is discovered and he is executed by fellow General Enric Pryde.

His father was Brendol Hux, a commandant of the Galactic Empire and later General in the First Order who institutes the policy of raising stormtroopers from birth, inspired by the clone troopers of the Old Republic and the Jedi. He is eventually betrayed and killed by Captain Phasma, as part of an assassination plot with his son. He appears in the 2017 novel Phasma.

GEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Adi Gallia Gin Clarke (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Nancy Giles (Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles), Angelique Perrin (The Clone Wars and The Rise of Skywalker)
Corellian Jedi Master and member of the Jedi Council. She has a blue lightsaber in The Clone Wars, and a red or orange lightsaber in media related to The Phantom Menace. Galia is killed by Savage Opress in The Clone Wars. She later appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, 55 years after her death, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Palpatine.
Yarna d'al' Gargan Claire Davenport (Return of the Jedi) Askajian dancer from Jabba the Hutt's palace.
Garindan (a.k.a. Long Snoot) Sadie Eden (A New Hope) Kubaz spy who leads Imperial stormtroopers to the Millennium Falcon.[163]
Gasgano N/A Xexto podracer who participates in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in The Phantom Menace, coming in second place behind Anakin Skywalker.[164]
Moff Gideon Giancarlo Esposito (The Mandalorian) Imperial governor active in the years after the fall of the Empire who oversaw the massacre of the Mandalorian people. He seeks to capture the Child for unknown reasons, and is the Mandalorian's main enemy.
Protectorate Gleb N/A Female Aqualish in the service of the Empire, who was the headmaster of the Future Imperial Leaders Military Preparatory School on the planet Vardos, prior to its destruction by the Empire, as part of Operation: Cinder. She is extracted from the planet by Inferno Squad, under orders from Admiral Versio, but Iden Versio and Del Meeko become desillusioned by the Empire's actions and run away, leaving only Gideon Hask to complete their mission of delivering Gleb to Versio. Almost 30 years after the fall of the Empire, Gleb is put in charge of Jinata Security by the First Order, who maintans control over the Jinata system and oversees the reconstruction of Vardos, as part of Project Resurrection. However, after numerous failures, Gleb is eventually killed by Hask and the First Order, with her body being later found by Iden and Shriv Suurgav. She appears in both Star Wars Battlefront II and the novel Battlefront II: Inferno Squad.
Janus Greejatus N/A Member of the Imperial Ruling Council and one of Emperor Palpatine's advisors, he is with the Emperor on the second Death Star when it is destroyed over the forest moon of Endor in Return of the Jedi.[112]
General Grievous Voice: Matthew Wood (Revenge of the Sith and The Clone Wars) Cyborg supreme commander of the Separatist droid army, who was trained in lightsaber combat by Count Dooku, and is killed by Obi-Wan Kenobi in Revenge of the Sith.[165] A Kaleesh by birth, he hunts Jedi and collects their lightsabers as trophies. Grievous makes many major appearances in The Clone Wars.
Grummgar N/A Large Dowutin male, seen with mercenary Bazine Netal in the castle of Maz Kanata on Takodana in The Force Awakens. Grummgar's backstory as a big game hunter and mercenary is explored in the Alan Dean Foster short story "Bait", from Star Wars Insider.[166]
Mars Guo N/A Bardottan podracer whose large racer is sabotaged and destroyed by Sebulba in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in The Phantom Menace.

H-IEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Rune Haako Jerome Blake (The Phantom Menace), Alan Ruscoe (Attack of the Clones), Sandy Thompson (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: James Taylor (The Phantom Menace), Chris Truswell (Attack of the Clones)
Neimoidian second-in-command to Nute Gunray and Settlement Officer of the Trade Federation. He is killed by Darth Vader in Revenge of the Sith.[167]
Rako Hardeen Voice: James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars) Bounty hunter hired to kill Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Clone Wars. He is eventually captured by Kenobi, who then assumes his identity in order to uncover a plot to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine.
Gideon Hask Voice: Paul Blackthorne (Star Wars Battlefront II) Second-in-command of Inferno Squad, later commander in the Imperial army, following Iden Versio's and Del Meeko's betrayal. He is shot down by Iden during the battle of Jakku, which marks the end of the Empire, but survives and later becomes a high-ranking officer within the First Order. After killing Del, he sets up a trap for Iden, to lure her out of hiding, but is killed by her during a confrontation aboard the Resurgent-class Star Destroyer Retribution. Hask also appears in the book Star Wars Battlefront II: Inferno Squad.
San Hill Voice: Chris Truswell (Attack of the Clones) Muun Chairman of the Intergalactic Banking Clan. He is one of the Separatist leaders killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar in Revenge of the Sith.[168]
Clegg Holdfast N/A Nosaurian podracer and journalist who participates in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in The Phantom Menace.[169]
Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo Laura Dern (The Last Jedi) Longtime friend and protégée of Leia Organa, and Vice Admiral of Organa's Resistance against the First Order. In The Last Jedi, Holdo takes command of the Resistance after General Organa is incapacitated, and orders the evacuation to the planet Crait. She then sacrifices herself, jumping to light speed in the Resistance Star Cruiser Raddus straight into the First Order's Mega-class Star Dreadnought Supremacy, destroying the former and severely crippling the latter. Holdo's early friendship with a teenage Leia is explored in the 2017 Claudia Gray novel Leia, Princess of Alderaan.[170]
Tey How Voice: Amanda Lucas and Marc Silk (The Phantom Menace) Female Neimoidian that serves as both pilot and communications officer on the Trade Federation ship, Saak'ak, in The Phantom Menace. She is aboard the ship when the young Anakin Skywalker destroys it.
Xosad Hozem N/A First introduced in Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel, Xosad is a Twi'Lek friend of Saw Gerrera. He eventually joins Saw's Partisan Group on Jedha.
Sidon Ithano Cavin Cornwall (The Force Awakens) Delphidian pirate, with a distinctive red Kaleesh mask. In The Force Awakens, he is seen in Maz Kanata's castle when Finn tries to buy passage to the Outer Rim from Ithano and his cohort Quiggold. Ithano's backstory is expanded upon in the short story "The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku".[132]


JEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Jaxxon N/A A green, rabbit-like Lepi smuggler who appeared on a 2015 variant cover for the current Star Wars comic series,[171] and also appeared in the Star Wars Adventures comic series.[172] Jaxxon was previously featured in the "Star-Hoppers of Aduba 3" storylines in the 1970s Star Wars comics series by Marvel Comics,[173] returning for its single-issue revival in 2019, and is often cited as a controversial and cartoon-like addition to the Star Wars expanded universe.[174]
Moff Tiaan Jerjerrod Michael Pennington (Return of the Jedi) The commanding officer of the second Death Star and the most prominent Imperial Officer featured in Return of the Jedi, Jerjerrod is tasked by Darth Vader to hurry the completion of the second Death Star and warned that the Emperor is not as forgiving as Vader.[175]
Dexter Jettster Voice: Ronald Falk (Attack of the Clones) Multi-armed Besalisk owner of Dex's Diner and old friend of Obi-Wan Kenobi, who provides Kenobi with information regarding the planet Kamino and a poison dart originating from there in Attack of the Clones.[176] Often cited as one of the more unpopular characters from the prequel trilogy, due to the seemingly out-of-universe 1950s diner setting that he appears in.[177]
Jira Margaret Towner (The Phantom Menace) Elderly human female and friend of Anakin Skywalker in his youth on Tatooine. An additional scene of Jira saying goodbye to Anakin was filmed, but ultimately cut from The Phantom Menace.[178]
Jubnuk Simon Williamson (Return of the Jedi) One of Jabba the Hutt's Gamorrean guards who is eaten alive by the Rancor in Return of the Jedi.

JediEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Kit Fisto Zachariah Jensen and Daniel Zizmor (Attack of the Clones), Ben Cooke (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Phil LaMarr (The Clone Wars)
Nautolan Jedi Master and member of the Jedi Council, introduced in Attack of the Clones. 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.[179] He dies when attempting to arrest Palpatine in Revenge of the Sith.
Cere Junda Voice: Debra Wilson (Jedi: Fallen Order) Former Jedi Knight who trained Trilla Suduri, survivor of the Great Jedi Purge, and the co-pilot of the Stinger Mantis. Shelater becomes the mentor figure and master of Cal Kestis, and resumes her role as a Jedi.
Qui-Gon Jinn Liam Neeson (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Liam Neeson (Attack of the Clones, The Clone Wars, and The Rise of Skywalker)
Jedi Master trained by Count Dooku, and Jedi master of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He discovers Anakin Skywalker on Tatooine and vows to train him, but is killed on Naboo in battle by Darth Maul.[180] He is the first known Jedi to be able to live on through the Force as a spirit, as shown in The Clone Wars, though he lacks the ability of gaining a physical form. He later begins communicating with Yoda and helps him achieve the power of becoming a physical Force spirit after his death. Qui-Gon later appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, 67 years after his death, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Palpatine.
Coleman Kcaj N/A Ongree Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council in Revenge of the Sith.
Obi-Wan Kenobi Alec Guinness (Episodes IV–VI),[14] Ewan McGregor (Episodes I–III)[14]
Voice: James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars and Rebels young),[14] Stephen Stanton (Rebels old)
Wise and skilled Jedi Master who trained Anakin and later Luke Skywalker. He was trained by Qui-Gon Jinn and fought as a Jedi General during the Clone Wars, later becoming a member of the Jedi Council. During his career as a Jedi he accomplishes a number of feats, such as defeating Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace, and killing General Grievous in Revenge of the Sith. As one of the few survivors of the Great Jedi Purge, Obi-Wan goes into hiding on Tatooine, where for years he looks after Luke, as his father, Anakin, had fallen to the dark side of the Force and became the Sith Lord Darth Vader. In A New Hope, Obi-Wan, now known as Ben Kenobi, briefly trains Luke in the Jedi arts, before being killed by Vader, though he continues guiding Luke as a Force spirit throughout the original trilogy.[181] He also appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, 35 years after his death, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Palpatine.
Cal Kestis Voice: Cameron Monaghan (Jedi: Fallen Order) Jedi Padawan trained by Jaro Tapal and later Cere Junda, and survivor of the Great Jedi Purge. He is the protagonist of the video game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Mace Windu Samuel L. Jackson (Episodes I–III)
Voice: Samuel L. Jackson (The Clone Wars film and The Rise of Skywalker), Terrence Carson (The Clone Wars TV series)
Master who sits on the Jedi Council in the prequel trilogy, regarded as one of the best swordsmen in Jedi history. He serves as Master of the Jedi Order in the years leading up to the Clone Wars and is a renowned Jedi General. In Revenge of the Sith, he attempts to arrest Palpatine upon learning that he is the Sith Lord Darth Sidious and manages to defeat him, but his hand is then cut off by Anakin Skywalker, allowing Palpatine to electrocute Windu and throw him out a window to his death. Immediately afterwards, Anakin would become the Sith Lord Darth Vader, and Palpatine would execute Order 66, wiping out most of the Jedi Order and starting the Galactic Empire.[182] Windu later appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, 54 years after his death, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Palpatine.

KEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Tee Watt Kaa Voice: George Coe (The Clone Wars) Lurmen elder who leads his people away from their war-torn homeworld, eventually landing on Maridun during the Clone Wars. He is extremely devoted to the traditions of his people and a strict pacifist. Kaa cares greatly for such ideals, and firmly believes the Republic is no better than the Separatists because the two are equally responsible for the war.
Harter Kalonia Harriet Walter (The Force Awakens) Doctor for the New Republic and later the Resistance, Harter can be seen tending to the wounds of Chewbacca after the Battle of Takodana in The Force Awakens.
Colonel Kaplan Pip Torrens (The Force Awakens) Kaplan serves with the First Order on the Resurgent-class Star Destroyer Finalizer, and is alerted to the attempted escape of prisoner Poe Dameron in The Force Awakens.
Greef Karga Carl Weathers (The Mandalorian) The leader of the Bounty Hunters' Guild and an ally of the Mandalorian.
Admiral Kassius Konstantine Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (Rebels) An Imperial Navy officer who assists the Inquisters, Darth Vader, and Grand Admiral Thrawn in pursuing the Rebels. He is killed during the Battle of Atollon.
Rook Kast Voice: Vanessa Marshall (The Clone Wars) Female Mandalorian warrior who served under Darth Maul, aiding his escape from Darth Sidious, and commanding his forces during the Siege of Mandalore alongside Gar Saxon, until Maul betrayed them and allowed them to be captured alongside the rest of their men.
Alton Kastle Voice: Steve Blum (Rebels) A journalist and broadcaster on HoloNet News.
King Katuunko Voice: Brian George (The Clone Wars) Toydarian monarch who aids the Republic during the Clone Wars, he is killed by Savage Opress after the Battle of Sullust.
Sash Ketter Deborah Chow (The Mandalorian) New Republic X-wing pilot who takes part in the attack on Ranzar Malk's space station, locating it thanks to a tracker placed by the Mandalorian.
Ki-Adi-Mundi Silas Carson (Episodes I–III)
Voice: Brian George (The Clone Wars)
Cerean Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in the prequel trilogy.[183] He is one of the leaders of the Jedi strike force sent to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, and Padmé Amidala on Geonosis in Attack of the Clones, and a Jedi General during the Clone Wars. In Revenge of the Sith, he takes part in the Battle of Mygeeto, but is betrayed and killed by his clone troopers when Order 66 is issued.
Klaatu John Simpkin (Return of the Jedi) Green Nikto employed as one of Jabba the Hutt's skiff guards in Return of the Jedi.[184] Two action figures of Klaatu were released in Kenner's original Star Wars action figure line; one regular version and another in 'Skiff Guard' attire.[185]
Klaud Nick Kellington (The Rise of Skywalker) A slug-like Trodatome mechanic who helps the Resistance in The Rise of Skywalker.[186]
Derek "Hobbie" Klivian Richard Oldfield (The Empire Strikes Back)
Voice: Trevor Devall (Rebels)
Rogue Squadron pilot in The Empire Strikes Back.[187]
Agen Kolar Tux Akindoyeni (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith) Zabrak Jedi Master and member of the Jedi High Council, who wields a green lightsaber in Attack of the Clones and a blue one in Revenge of the Sith. He is killed by Darth Sidious in Revenge of the Sith. Also appears in The Clone Wars.
Plo Koon Alan Ruscoe (The Phantom Menace), Matt Sloan (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars)
Kel Dor Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in the prequel trilogy. He discovers Togruta padawan Ahsoka Tano and participates in many battles during the Clone Wars. In Revenge of the Sith, his ship is shot down at Cato Neimoidia by his own military escort (a squadron of ARC-170 starfighters led by Captain Jag) immediately after they receive Order 66.
Eeth Koth Hassani Shapi (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Chris Edgerly (The Clone Wars)
Zabrak Jedi Council member in The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. He also makes several appearances in The Clone Wars series. He was removed from the Jedi Council at the end of the Clone War and intended on leaving the Order, however Order 66 was issued but managed to survive. He ends up raising a family and settling down in exile far away but is tracked down and hunted by Darth Vader which ended in his death.
Sergeant Kreel N/A Imperial Stormtrooper in the 501st Legion; operated undercover as the "Gamemaster" on the planet Nar Shaddaa, and then as commander of the SCAR trooper squadron. First appearing in the Star Wars Marvel comic book series.[188]
Pong Krell Voice: Dave Fennoy (The Clone Wars) Besalisk Jedi who serves as a temporary commander of the 501st Legion at the Battle of Umbara during the Clone Wars. He hates clones and has secret aspirations to be Count Dooku's new apprentice, but is killed by the trooper Dogma after his treachery becomes known.
Orson Krennic Ben Mendelsohn (Rogue One)[12] Director of Advanced Weapons Research for the Imperial military in Rogue One. In the novel Catalyst, it is revealed he was a longtime colleague of Galen Erso. Krennic leads the construction of the first Death Star, but is overshadowed by Wilhuff Tarkin, who takes all the credit once it is finished. He later takes part in the battle of Scarif, trying to prevent the Rebel Alliance from stealing the Death Star plans, but is shot by Cassian Andor whilist confronting Jyn Erso, and then dies after Tarkin orders the Death Star to fire on the planet, destroying it and everyone still stranded there.
Kuiil Misty Rosas (The Mandalorian) Ugnaught moisture farmer and an ally of the Mandalorian. He is killed by scout troopers sent by Moff Gideon whilist protecting the Child.
Conder Kyl N/A Chandrilan splicer and love interest of Sinjir Rath Velus in Aftermath: Life Debt and Aftermath: Empire's End.
Thane Kyrell N/A Human male graduate from the Royal Imperial Academy on Coruscant, who later joins the Rebel Alliance in the novel Star Wars: Lost Stars.[189]

Maz Kanata´s castleEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Maz Kanata Lupita Nyong'o (Episodes VII-IX)
Voice: Lupita Nyong'o (Forces of Destiny)
Ancient female space pirate introduced in The Force Awakens. The character was created using motion capture and computer-generated imagery.
Quiggold Scott Richardson (The Force Awakens)
Voice: Chris Clarke (The Force Awakens)
Gabdorian pirate seen in The Force Awakens in Maz Kanata's castle when Finn tries to buy passage to the Outer Rim from Quiggold and his captain Sidon Ithano. Quiggold is also featured in the short story "The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku".[132]
Wollivan Warwick Davis (The Force Awakens) Tavern-dweller in Maz Kanata's castle in The Force Awakens.

LEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Aito Laff N/A First Mate on the Invisible Hand in Revenge of the Sith, Logistics Supervisor for the Separatist Council, he is killed when a bullet deflects off of a lightsaber
Tasu Leech Yayan Ruhian (The Force Awakens) The leader of the Kanjiklub. In The Force Awakens, heconfronts Han Solo aboard his freighter the Eravana, in conjunction with Bala-Tik from the Guavian Death Gang, after both gangs are swindled by Solo.
Xamuel Lennox John Dicks (The Empire Strikes Back) Imperial navy captain who serves in Darth Vader's Death Squadron as captain of the Star Destroyer Tyrant.
Tallissan "Tallie" Lintra Hermione Corfield (The Last Jedi) Resistance A-wing pilot and leader of Blue Squadron during the Evacuation of D'Qar in The Last Jedi.
Slowen Lo Joseph Gordon-Levitt (The Last Jedi) Male Abednedo residing in Canto Bight in The Last Jedi. Lo warns Rose Tico and Finn that they had illegally parked their ship on Canto Bight beach, and informs the Canto Bight Police of their indiscretion.
Lobot John Hollis (The Empire Strikes Back) Lando Calrissian's cyborg aide in The Empire Strikes Back. He has a cybernetic implant that allows him to interface directly with Cloud City's central computer.[190]

MEdit

Name Portrayal Description
General Crix Madine Dermot Crowley (Return of the Jedi) Rebel General who comes with the plan of destroying the shield generator for the second Death Star.[191]
Shu Mai Voice: Chris Truswell (Attack of the Clones) President of the Commerce Guild and member of the Separatist Council. She is killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar along with the rest of the Separatist Council in Revenge of the Sith.
Malakili ("Rancor Keeper") Paul Brooke (Return of the Jedi) Rancor keeper at Jabba the Hutt's palace on Tattooine in Return of the Jedi. He also appears in the novels Aftermath: Life Debt and Aftermath: Empire's End. Malakili was originally dubbed "Rancor Keeper" in Kenner's Star Wars action figure line in 1984.[192]
Taron Malicos Voice: Liam McIntyre (Jedi: Fallen Order) Former Jedi Master and survivor of the Great Jedi Purge, who was left stranded on Dathomir for years, where he succumbed to the dark side and sought to learn the Nighstisters' magick. Upon meeting Padawan Cal Kestis, he attempts to tempt him to the dark side, but is defeated by him, and buried alive by the Nightsister Merrin.
Ranzar "Ran" Malk Mark Boone Junior (The Mandalorian) Leader of a small crew of criminals and an old associate of the Mandalorian. Looking to free his associate Qin from a New Republic prison transport, he hires the Mandalorian to use his ship, the Razor Crest, to help his crew board the transport and release Qin, but he ends up abandoning all of them on the transport, after they tried to betray him and leave him behind. After the Mandalorian returns with Qin to him, Malk pays him for his services, but then orders a gunship to kill the Mandalorian. However, the bounty hunter is able to escape after a squadron of New Republic ships attack Malk's space station, due to a tracker placed there by the Mandalorian.
Riot Mar Rio Hackford (The Mandalorian) Bounty hunter who engages in a dogfight in space with the Mandalorian, but is ultimately shot down and killed.
Saelt-Marae ("Yak Face") Sean Crawford (Return of the Jedi) A Yarkora seen in the background at Jabba's the Hutt's palace in the film Return of the Jedi.[193] Known as "Yak Face" this character was the final action figure created for Kenner's original Star Wars action figure line, and was never released in the United States.[194]
Mawhonic N/A Gran podracer at the Boonta Eve Classic in The Phantom Menace.
Mayfeld Bill Burr (The Mandalorian) Former Imperial sharpshooter and a member of Ranzar Malk's crew, who attempts to release one of their associates, Qin, from a New Republic transport with the help of the Mandalorian. Mayfeld and the others secretly planned to abandon the Mandalorian once they released Qin, but he had anticipated their betrayal and leaves all of them behind on the transport.
Droopy McCool Deep Roy (Return of the Jedi) Flute playing Kitonak member of the Max Rebo Band, seen in Jabba's Palace in Return of the Jedi.[195]
Pharl McQuarrie Ralph McQuarrie (The Empire Strikes Back) Alliance general that appears in The Empire Strikes Back.
Tion Medon Bruce Spence (Revenge of the Sith) Local administrator on Utapau in Revenge of the Sith.[196]
Merrin Voice: Tina Ivlev (Jedi: Fallen Order) A young survivor of the Nighsisters clan on Dathomir, following their massacre at the hands of General Grievous and the Separatists army during the Clone Wars. During the Galactic Empire era, she encounters young Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis, whom she eventually befriends and accepts his offer to join the Stinger Mantis crew.
Aks Moe Mark Coulier (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Marc Silk (The Phantom Menace)
Gran serving in the Galactic Senate in The Phantom Menace. Aks Moe supports an investigation into the Trade Federation's invasion of Naboo, as claimed by Queen Amidala.
Moff Delian Mors N/A Imperial officer introduced in Star Wars: Lords of the Sith.[197] She is a lesbian whom New York Daily News noted is the first openly gay character in the new Star Wars canon.[197][198][199]
Ziton Moj Voice: Corey Burton (The Clone Wars) Falleen member of the Black Sun, who serves as Captain of the Guard and subsequently the leader after the other leaders are killed by Savage Opress for refusing to join the Shadow Collective. Ziton then does so and helps the Collective in overthrowing the government of Mandalore. He later offers Marg Krim to merge the Black Sun and Pyke Syndicate, and kidnaps his family when the Pyke leader refuses. Moj also fights in the Battle on Ord Mantell against the Separatists, and during the Siege of Mandalore he is ordered to go into hiding by Maul.
Sly Moore Sandi Findlay (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith) One of Palpatine's personal aides.[200]
Morley Voice: Ben Diskin (The Clone Wars) Snake-like Anacondan that helps Darth Maul survive on the junk world of Lotho Minor. He leads Savage Opress to his long lost brother, before being brutally killed by him.
Admiral Conan Antonio Motti Richard LeParmentier (A New Hope)[201] Officer aboard the Death Star so overconfident in its power that he scoffs at Darth Vader's faith in the Force, and is then almost choked to death by Vader.[202]
Peli Motto Amy Sedaris (The Mandalorian) A docking bay attendat and ship mechanic working at the Mos Eisley Spaceport on Tatooine. She looks after the Child and fixes the Mandalorian's ship, the Razor Crest, while he is gone to earn some credits in order to pay for her services. She and the Child are later taken hostage by the bounty hunter Toro Calican, but the Mandalorian is able to save them, killing Calican.
Unnamed Mythrol Horatio Sanz (The Mandalorian) An unidentified Mythrol who only appears in the first episode of The Mandalorian, where he is frozen in carbonite by the Mandalorian and delivered to the Bounty Hunters' Guild in order to collect the bounty on his head.

NEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Momaw Nadon ("Hammerhead") Jon Berg and Phil Tippett (puppeteers) (A New Hope) Ithorian seen in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope.[203] Named "Hammerhead" during the Kenner action figure runs of the 1970s and 1980s.[204]
Captain Lorth Needa Michael Culver (The Empire Strikes Back) Captain of the Imperial II-class Star Destroyer Avenger, killed by Darth Vader for failing to capture the Millennium Falcon in The Empire Strikes Back.[205]
Enfys Nest Erin Kellyman (Solo: A Star Wars Story) The leader of a gang of pirates called Cloud Riders, who are revealed to be supporters of the nascent Rebel Alliance.[206]
Bazine Netal Anna Brewster (The Force Awakens)[207] Bounty hunter and First Order spy who reports the arrival of Han Solo at Maz Kanata's castle in The Force Awakens.[208] The character is also the focus of the 2015 short story "Star Wars: The Perfect Weapon" by Delilah S. Dawson.[209]
Jocasta Nu Alethea McGrath (Attack of the Clones)
Voice: Flo DiRe (The Clone Wars)
Jedi librarian killed by Darth Vader during Order 66.
Po Nudo Paul James Nicholson (Revenge of the Sith) Aqualish Senator who became a member of the Separatist Council, representing the Hyper-Communications Cartel. He is killed along with the rest of the Separatist Council by Darth Vader on Mustafar in Revenge of the Sith.
Nien Nunb Richard Bonehill (Episode VI) and Mike Quinn (puppeteer) (Episodes VI-IX)
Voice: Kipsang Rotich (Episodes VI, VII, IX)
Sullustan smuggler and Lando Calrissian's co-pilot on the Millennium Falcon during the Battle of Endor against the second Death Star in Return of the Jedi.[210] He returns in The Force Awakens as a member of Poe Dameron's X-wing Squadron. Nunb also appears in The Last Jedi where he joins the resistance in the evacuation of D’Qar. He then flies a ski speeder at the battle of Crait and escapes after the battle on the Millennium Falcon. Nunb also makes an appearance in The Rise of Skywalker, where he flies the Tantive IV in the final battle against the Final Order fleet, and dies when the resurrected Emperor Palpatine disables the Tantive IV, along with other ships, using Force Lighting.

OEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Has Obbit N/A Dressellian smuggler in various associations with Galen and Lyra Erso, Orson Krennic and Moff Tarkin in Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel. Jyn Erso later names her toy doll "Lucky Hazz Obloobitt" after Has.[211][212]
Ochi Unknown (The Rise of Skywalker) Sith assassin in the service of the resurrected Emperor Palpatine in the years following the fall of the Galactic Empire. He was tasked with finding and bringing Palpatine's granddaughter Rey to him, but after her parents refused to reveal her location, he killed them. He later died of unknown causes on Pasaana, leaving his ship behind, which included his droid D-O and a Sith dagger with the location of a wayfinder encrypted on it that would later help the Resistance find Palpatine on Exegol.
Barriss Offee Nalini Krishan (Attack of the Clones)
Voice: Meredith Salenger (The Clone Wars)
Tatyana Yassukovich (Clone Wars)
Jedi apprentice of Luminara Unduli and a close friend of Ahsoka Tano. She later betrays Ahsoka and orchestrates a terrorist bombing after she becomes disillusioned with the Jedi Order's wartime policies. Offee is eventually unmasked and defeated by Anakin, before standing trial for her crimes and being imprisoned.[213]
Ric Olié Ralph Brown (The Phantom Menace) Pilot who flies the queen's ship while escaping Naboo and an N-1 starfighter as leader of Bravo Squadron in The Phantom Menace.[214]
Oma Tres John Williams (The Rise of Skywalker) A bartender on the planet Kijimi who wears a mechanical eyepatch. In addition to making a cameo appearance in The Rise of Skywalker, Williams composed the scores for all nine films of the Skywalker Saga.[215]
Omera Julia Jones (The Mandalorian) A widowed farmer on the planet Sorgan who provides lodging for the Mandalorian during his stay on the planet.
Omi N/A The Dianoga in one of the Death Star's garbage mashers in A New Hope; also referred to as the "trash monster" by fans.[216][217] The short story "The Baptist" in the anthology From a Certain Point of View reveals that Dianogas are sentient cephalopods, with Omi in particular being Force sensitive.[218]
Garazeb "Zeb" Orrelios Voice: Steve Blum (Rebels) Former Captain of the Lasat high honor guard who rose up against the Empire which led to the near-extinction of his people. He is the muscle of the Ghost crew on Star Wars Rebels as well as a member of the Rebel Alliance along with the rest of the Ghost crew.
Orrimaarko ("Prune Face") Colin Hunt Dressellian member of the Rebel Alliance. He appears in Return of the Jedi attending the meeting on board the Home One star cruiser, just prior to the Battle of Endor. He is also seen boarding the stolen Imperial shuttle Tydirium en route to the Moon of Endor, where he later participates in the Ewok village celebration after the destruction of the second Death Star. Orrimaarko was originally dubbed "Prune Face" in Kenner's Star Wars action figure line in 1984.[219] "Prune Face" was also featured in a stop-motion sketch comedy segment on the Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III special in 2010.
Admiral Kendal Ozzel Michael Sheard (The Empire Strikes Back) Initial commander of Darth Vader's Super Star Destroyer Executor in The Empire Strikes Back.[220] Vader kills Ozzel for his incompetence. George Lucas remarked that Sheard produced "the best screen death" he had ever seen.[221]

PEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Pablo-Jill Unknown (Attack of the Clones) Ongree Jedi Knight from Attack of the Clones, present at the Battle of Geonosis, where he wields a blue lightsaber.[222]
Captain Quarsh Panaka Hugh Quarshie (The Phantom Menace) Captain of the Queen Amidala's guard in The Phantom Menace.[223] In Leia, Princess of Alderaan, he meets a young Leia Organa, but is subsequently assassinated by Saw Gerrera and his Partisans.
Casca Panzoro N/A Senior member of Bravo Rising group fighting the First Order on Atterra Bravo. Grandmother of Reeve Panzoro, she befriends Leia Organa in an attempt to foster Resistance support to her cause in the 2017 novel Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Cobalt Squadron.[63]
Reeve Panzoro N/A Youthful member of Bravo Rising Resistance group holding out on the planet Atterra Bravo against the First Order. Reeve assists Paige and Rose Tico on their first mission to the Atterra system in the 2017 novel Star Wars The Last Jedi: Cobalt Squadron.[63]
Baron Papanoida George Lucas (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Corey Burton (The Clone Wars)
Pantoran Senator and Chairman of the Pantoran Assembly.
Che Amanwe Papanoida Meredith Salenger (The Clone Wars) One of Baron Papaoida's two daughters who serves as a representative for her home world of Pantora. She and her sister, Chi, are kidnapped by the Trade Federation following a trade blockade of Pantora.
Chi Eekway Papanoida Katie Lucas (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Nika Futterman (The Clone Wars)
Daughter of Baron Papanoida who represents the planet Wroona in the Galactic Senate. She appears in scenes deleted from Revenge of the Sith as one of the senators of the Delegation of 2000.
Jessika "Jess" Testor Pava Jessica Henwick (The Force Awakens) 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.[224][225] The character also appears in the comic series Star Wars: Poe Dameron.[67]
Doctor Pershing Omid Abtahi (The Mandalorian) Imperial Doctor working for the Client.
Even Piell Michaela Cottrel (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Bair Bless (The Clone Wars)
Lannik Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and The Clone Wars.[226] He is later captured by the CIS and imprisoned in the "Citadel", but is broken out by a Republic team led by Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ashoka Tano, and commander Wilhuff Tarkin. However, during the escape, he is attacked by several Anoobas and dies in Ahsoka's arms due to his injuries.
Admiral Firmus Piett Kenneth Colley (The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi) Imperial officer, initially a captain, who is promoted to replace Admiral Ozzel as commanding officer of the Executor-class Star Dreadnought, Executor, after Vader executes Ozzel for incompetence. As the only Imperial officer to appear in more than one original trilogy film, Piett also appears in Return of the Jedi meeting his demise, when the Executor crashes into the second Death Star during the Battle of Endor.[227]
Sarco Plank N/A Melitto scavenger, arms dealer, and bounty hunter seen at Niima Outpost on Jakku in The Force Awakens. Plank's backstory is significantly expanded upon in the 2015 junior novel The Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure, in which Plank leads a young Luke Skywalker to the Temple of Eedit, and betrays him.[228]
Unkar Plutt Simon Pegg (The Force Awakens)
Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (Forces of Destiny)
Crolute Junkboss on the planet Jakku who pays out portions of food in exchange for pieces of salvage. He attempts to bargain the droid BB-8 from Rey and then tries to steal it when she refuses, but Rey ends up fleeing the planet by stealing the Millennium Falcon from him.[229]
Poggle the Lesser Voice: Marton Csokas (Attack of the Clones), Matthew Wood (The Clone Wars) Archduke of Geonosis, part of the Techno Union and one of the Separatist leaders killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar in Revenge of the Sith.[230] Poggle controls the Geonosian battle droid factories and commands the droid army that fought in the two battles of Geonosis in Attack of the Clones and The Clone Wars.[231] He also assists in the early planning and construction of the first Death Star, as revealed in Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel.[232]
Yarael Poof Michelle Taylor (The Phantom Menace) Long-necked Quermian Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council in The Phantom Menace.[233] He dies sometime between the events of The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones.
Nahdonnis Praji George Roubicek (A New Hope) Imperial Navy officer who serves as Darth Vader's aide aboard the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer Devastator in A New Hope. He reports to Vader regarding the status of the stolen Death Star plans.
Prauf Voice: JB Blanc (Jedi: Fallen Order) Abednedo scavenger and close friend of Cal Kestis on the planet Bracca. After being rescued from an accident by Cal, who has to use the Force to catch him, the Empire arrives on the planet in search for the young Jedi and Prauf sacrifices himself to allow Cal and his other friends to escape.
Governor Arihnda Pryce Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Rebels) Imperial Governor of Lothal who appears in Rebels. Her backstory is explored in the novel Star Wars: Thrawn.
Enric Pryde Richard E. Grant (The Rise of Skywalker) Imperial Admiral, later turned Allegiant General of the First Order. Following General Hux's betrayal, Pryde is the one to execute him, and he later takes control of the Sith Eternal fleet during the final Battle of Exegol, where he meets his end after his Resurgent-class Star Destroyer Steadfast is destroyed by the Resistance.
Lom Pyke Voice: Matt Lanter (The Clone Wars) Minister of the Pyke Syndicate during the Clone Wars who joins the Shadow Collective and participates in the attack on Sundari with his criminal allies. When the Jedi Council later investigate the disappearance of Sifo-Dyas, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker are sent to Oba Diah to confront the Pykes. Lom is forced to tell the truth behind the death of Sifo-Dyas to the Jedi, as well as the Pykes' involvement, though he offers his prisoner Silman in return for amnesty. When Count Dooku learns of this, he arrives on Oba Diah and kills Lom.

PodracersEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Sebulba Voice: Lewis MacLeod (The Phantom Menace) Podracer who competes against Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace. Once a slave, Sebulba's podracing skills bought his freedom.[234]
Teemto Pagalies N/A Veknoid podracer competing in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in The Phantom Menace, whose podracer is shot down by Tusken Raiders.[235]
Ben Quadinaros N/A 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. Ben's pod explodes after having trouble with its power couplings.[236]
Ratts Tyerell N/A Aleena podracer who fatally participates in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in The Phantom Menace.[237]
Dud Bolt Pupperteer: Duncan Bent ( The Phantom Menace ) Vulptereen podracer who participates in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in The Phantom Menace. A puppet of Bolt was one of the few practical effects created for the podrace sequence, rather than solely CG.[238] Bolt is also featured in several non-canon video games such as Star Wars: Episode I Racer.[239]
Ebe E. Endocott Voice: Roger L. Jackson (The Phantom Menace) Of Triffian species, Ebe is one of the eighteen podracers seen in The Phantom Menace.
Ody Mandrell Voice: Matthew Wood (The Phantom Menace) Er'Kit podracer who participates in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace in The Phantom Menace.

Q-REdit

Name Portrayal Description
Dak Ralter John Morton (The Empire Strikes Back) Luke Skywalker's snowspeeder gunner in The Empire Strikes Back. Ralter dies in the ensuing Battle of Hoth when their snow speeder is damaged by an Imperial Walker. Dak also makes an appearance conversing before the aforementioned battle with Thane Tyrell, in the novel Lost Stars.[240][241]
Oppo Rancisis Jerome Blake (The Phantom Menace) Thisspiasian Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in the prequel trilogy, master of Battle Meditation.[242]
Admiral Dodd Rancit N/A Admiral and traitor to the Galactic Empire; rival of Moff Tarkin in the 2014 novel Tarkin.[243]
Rappertunie N/A Shawda Ubb Growdi player for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.
Sinjir Rath Velus N/A Imperial turncoat introduced in Aftermath. Anthony Breznican of Entertainment Weekly called him "the first major gay hero" in the franchise.[199]
Gallius Rax
(a.k.a. "The Operator")
N/A Mysterious Imperial admiral and manipulator from the Aftermath novel trilogy.[244] Trusted by Palpatine to destroy the Empire in the event of his death and reform it, Rax is responsible for the rise of the First Order though he himself does not live to see it founded.
Eneb Ray N/A A Spy for the Rebel Alliance who went rogue after being physically and mentally disfigured; later attacking Sunspot Prison in a plot against Leia Organa. First introduced in Marvel Comics' Star Wars Annual#1.[245]
Ciena Ree N/A Human female Imperial Officer, associate of Thane Kyrell, who in the novel Star Wars: Lost Stars commands the Imperial II-class Star Destroyer Inflictor, purposefully crashing it during the Battle of Jakku.[241]
Ree-Yees Mike Quinn and Richard Bonehill (Return of the Jedi) Three-eyed alien, known as a Gran, prominently seen in the background cheering at Jabba the Hutt's palace in Return of the Jedi.[246]
General Carlist Rieekan Bruce Boa (The Empire Strikes Back) Rebel commanding officer on Hoth in The Empire Strikes Back.[247]
Riley Voice: Catherine Taber (Uprising) Riley is the sister of an unnamed smuggler. They both worked for "Happy" Dapp during the Galactic Empire's Iron Blockade.

Max Rebo bandEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Max Rebo Simon Williamson (Return of the Jedi) Ortolan keyboard player and leader of the Max Rebo Band in Return of the Jedi.[248]
Sy Snootles Timothy M. Rose and Mike Quinn (puppeteer) (Return of the Jedi)
Voice: Annie Arbogast (Return of the Jedi), Nika Futterman (The Clone Wars)
Female Pa'lowick and lead vocalist of the Max Rebo Band in Return of the Jedi. She kills Ziro the Hutt in The Clone Wars[249]
Joh Yowza N/A Yuzzum only seen in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi as a member and singer in the Max Rebo Band.

SEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Queen Miraj Scintel Voice: Rajia Baroudi (The Clone Wars) Queen of Zygerria and member of the Separatist Council. She captures Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Ahsoka and attempts to auction them off as slaves; however, they are rescued by clone troopers, and Miraj is Force-choked to death by Count Dooku for her failure.
Admiral Terrinald Screed N/A Imperial admiral with a cybernetic eye from the 2014 novel Tarkin and the 2016 novel Aftermath: Life Debt.[243] Screed had a more prominent role in the non-canon Legends continuity, first created for the 1985 Droids animated series.[250]
Joph Seastriker N/A Associate of Leia Organa and Resistance pilot in the novel Star Wars: Bloodline.[251]
Korr Sella Maisie Richardson-Sellers (The Force Awakens)[252] Human female military officer who serves under the command of General Leia Organa in The Force Awakens. She is sent to Hosnian Prime with a message for the Senate, and is present when the planet is destroyed by the First Order's superweapon, Starkiller Base. The character appears briefly in the completed film but has an increased role in the novelization.[252][253] Korr's earlier time in Leia's service is touched upon in the novel Star Wars: Bloodline.[135][136][137]
Zev Senesca Christopher Malkolm (The Empire Strikes Back) Member of the Rebel Alliance and Rogue Squadron pilot in The Empire Strikes Back; designated as "Rogue Two", Senesca pilots a snowspeeder and dies during the Battle of Hoth in combat against the Imperial AT-AT walkers.[254] He is also the pilot who locates Han Solo and Luke Skywalker, who are stranded in the snow away from the Rebel base on Hoth.
Fennec Shand Ming-Na Wen (The Mandalorian) Assassin and mercenary who is killed by Toro Calican, with the Mandalorian's aid.
Echuu Shen-Jon N/A Former Padawan to Mace Windu who serves as a Jedi General during the Clone Wars. He goes into hiding after Order 66 is given, and re-emerges during the Galactic Civil War to fight for the Rebel Alliance.
Sifo-Dyas Voice: Paul Nakauchi (The Clone Wars) Jedi Master who is impersonated by Count Dooku to order the creation of the clone trooper army in the prequel trilogy. Prior to the Separatist Crisis, he travels to Oba Diah to resolve a dispute with the Pyke Syndicate. However, his ship was shot down by the Pykes under the orders of Count Dooku and he died in the crash.
Silman Voice: Brian George (The Clone Wars) Personal aide to Chancellor Valorum, who accompanied Sifo-Dyas on his mission to Oba Diah. He survives the crash, but was taken prisoner by the Pykes. Near the end of the Clone Wars, he is rediscovered by Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker, but is killed by Count Dooku.
Rae Sloane N/A Imperial captain introduced in Star Wars: A New Dawn, later an admiral in Star Wars: Aftermath.[255][256]
The Smuggler N/A "The Smuggler" is an unnamed man who worked for "Happy" Dapp, along with his sister Riley, during the Galactic Empire's Iron Blockade.
Snaggletooth Arthur Rowton Short humanoid with protruding jaws and short fangs, based on a Snivvian character seen in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope. Two versions of Snaggletooth were produced for Kenner's Star Wars action figure line in 1978; a tall blue version and later a small red version more accurate to the character seen in the film.[257]
Osi Sobeck Voice: James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars) Phidian CIS commander who serves as the warden of the prison known as "The Citadel" on the planet Lola Sayu. He is killed by Ahsoka Tano during a mission to break out Jedi Master Even Piell.
Greer Sonnel N/A Assistant and pilot of Leia Organa in the novel Star Wars: Bloodline.[135][136][137] Originally from the oceanic planet Pamarthe, she is also the focus of the 2016 short story "Scorched" by Delilah S. Dawson, published in Star Wars Insider #165.[258][259]
Commander Lucka Solange N/A Commander Solange was an Imperial officer assigned to the Five Points station in the Outer Rim. Solange is introduced in Star Wars: Rebel Rising as an officer who catches Jyn Erso, who at the time was using the alias Tanith Ponta. Solange hires Jyn to replicate a casino's credit system to get her out of debt. She later forces Jyn, now going by Liana Hallik, to infiltrate a rebel cell so the Empire can catch it.
Sana Starros N/A Associate of Han Solo who is dramatically introduced as Han Solo's wife but later confesses to have only posed as his spouse during a previous scam. She first appears in issue #6 of the Star Wars comic series.[260][261]
Admiral U.O. Statura Ken Leung (The Force Awakens) Resistance Admiral that helps plan the assault on Starkiller Base, correctly suggesting that they cripple its thermal oscillator. Statura also appears in the Poe Dameron comic.
Stoke Eugene Cordero (The Mandalorian) A farmer on the planet Sorgan who, along with his friend Caben, asks the Mandalorian to protect his village against the attacks of Klatooinian raiders.
Lama Su Voice: Anthony Phelan (Attack of the Clones), Bob Bergen (The Clone Wars) Prime Minister of Kamino in Attack of the Clones.[262] In The Clone Wars he is revealed to be in the employ of Darth Tyranus as part of the scheme to have the clones eliminate the Jedi.
Mercurial Swift N/A Bounty hunter and assassin introduced in Star Wars: Aftermath, known for his electrified batons.

TEdit

Name Portrayal Description
General Cassio Tagge Don Henderson (A New Hope) Imperial officer aboard the Death Star in A New Hope; Tagge expressed concern over the vulnerability of the Death Star due to the missing plans being in the hands of the Rebel Alliance.[263] Tagge is revealed in Marvel's Darth Vader comic book series as surviving the Death Star explosion during the Battle of Yavin, and is promoted by Emperor Palpatine to Grand General of the Empire.[264]
Wat Tambor Voice: Chris Truswell (Attack of the Clones), Matthew Wood (The Clone Wars) 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. He is one of the Separatist leaders killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar in Revenge of the Sith.[265]
Riff Tamson Voice: Gary Anthony Williams (The Clone Wars) Shark-like Separatist leader, known for his ferocity and brilliant mind. He leads the forces at one of the Battles of Mon Calamari, and is killed by a bomb.
Jaro Tapal Voice: Travis Willingham (Jedi: Fallen Order) Lasat Jedi Master who trained Cal Kestis and sacrificed himself to help his Padawan escape during Order 66. A vision of him appears to Cal five years later, in a cave on Dathomir, helping Cal overcome his guilt for his role in his death and complete his Jedi Training.
Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin Peter Cushing (A New Hope),[14] Wayne Pygram (Revenge of the Sith),[14] Guy Henry (Rogue One)
Voice: Stephen Stanton (The Clone Wars and Rebels)[14]
Former Republic officer during the Clone Wars, later turned the Imperial governor of the Outer Rim territories, and the commanding officer of the Death Star in A New Hope. He oversees the construction and operation of the Death Star in Revenge of the Sith, Rogue One, and A New Hope, respectively, and dies on the Death Star in A New Hope when Luke Skywalker destroys it.[266]

Jova Tarkin was his paternal great-uncle, acting as a permanent guide and mentor for future Tarkin family initiates on the Carrion Plateau on their homeworld of Eriadu.[243]

Captain Roos Tarpals Steven Spiers (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Fred Tatasciore (The Clone Wars)
Gungan captain in The Phantom Menace.[267] He later becomes a General by the time of the Clone Wars and dies trying to capture General Grievous.
Berch Teller N/A Former Intelligence officer in the Republic, turning against the Empire and later hijacking Moff Tarkin's personal ship, the Carrion Spike, in the 2014 novel Tarkin.[243]
Teedo Kiran Shah (The Force Awakens)
Voice: David Acord (The Force Awakens and Forces of Destiny)
Scavenger native to Jakku, one of several of his species, known as Teedos.[268] This particular Teedo was trying to capture BB-8, before the droid was freed by Rey in The Force Awakens.
Mod Terrik Unknown actor (A New Hope) Captain of the Imperial stormtrooper Zeta Squadron, charged with finding the Death Star plans and, later, of stopping the departing Millennium Falcon. He is killed by his fellow stormtrooper 1023, Davin Felth, during the attack to Han Solo's ship.
Tessek ("Squid Head") Gerald Home (Return of the Jedi) Jabba the Hutt's squid-like Quarren accountant in Return of the Jedi.[269] An action figure of this character was released as "Squid Head" in the Return of the Jedi line of Kenner's 1980s Star Wars action figures.[270]
Lor San Tekka Max von Sydow (The Force Awakens) 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. He gives Poe Dameron a fragment of the map needed to find Luke in The Force Awakens, and is subsequently executed by Kylo Ren.
Petty Officer Thanisson Thomas Brodie-Sangster (The Force Awakens) First Order officer aboard the Resurgent-class Star Destroyer Finalizer. Thanisson reports the theft of the TIE fighter stolen by Poe Dameron and FN-2187 in The Force Awakens.
Inspector Thanoth N/A Inspector for the Galactic Empire; assigned to assist Darth Vader and investigate his actions during the events of the Star Wars: Darth Vader comic book series.[271]
Lieutenant Thire Voice: Temuera Morrison (Revenge of the Sith), Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Commander of the Clone Shock Troopers in Revenge of the Sith who tells Palpatine that they did not find Yoda's body on the Senate chamber's floor.
Grand Admiral Thrawn Voice: Lars Mikkelsen (Rebels) Chiss Grand Admiral of the Imperial Navy, known as a brilliant strategist.[272] He appears in the third and fourth season of Rebels, and the novels Thrawn, Thrawn: Alliances and Thrawn: Treason.[273] At the end of the fourth season of Rebels, both he and Ezra Bridger go missing during the battle to liberate Lothal from Imperial occupation.
C'ai Threnalli Paul Kasey (The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi) Abednedo Resistance pilot that flies as Poe Dameron's wingman during the evacuation of D'Qar. Threnalli is also among the survivors escaping on the Millennium Falcon after the Battle of Crait in The Last Jedi.
Saesee Tiin Khan Bonfils (The Phantom Menace), Jesse Jensen (Attack of the Clones), Kenji Oates (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)
Jedi Master and member of the Jedi High Council in the prequel trilogy and The Clone Wars. He is one of the four Jedi Masters who die trying to arrest Palpatine. He uses a green lightsaber.
Bala-Tik Brian Vernel (The Force Awakens) Negotiator for the Guavian Death Gang, who confront Han Solo for swindling them aboard his freighter the Eravana in The Force Awakens. Bala-Tik informs the First Order that Solo is in possession of the missing BB-8 unit they are seeking.
Tikkes N/A Separatist Council member and Senator of the CIS-allied Quarren Isolation League on Mon Calamari. He leads one of the Separatist assaults on Mon Calamari but is killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar.
Meena Tills Voice: Anna Graves (The Clone Wars) Senator of Calamari Sector in Revenge of the Sith and The Clone Wars.
Quay Tolsite Dee Tails (Solo: A Star Wars Story) The Pyke Syndicate's administrator, who directs its operations on Kessel. He is killed by Qi'ra during the raid on Kessel.
Bargwill Tomder N/A Cloddogran Fathier stable master in Canto Bight on Cantonica in The Last Jedi. Tomder first appears in the short story "Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing" in the anthology book Canto Bight.[274]
Wag Too Voice: Alec Medlock (The Clone Wars) Lurmen healer and the son of village leader Tee Watt Kaa. He is more grateful than his father when Ahsoka Tano, Aayla Secura, and Anakin Skywalker return to protect their village from the Separatists.
Coleman Trebor N/A Vurk Jedi Master who participates in the Battle of Geonosis and is killed by Jango Fett while attempting to kill Count Dooku.
Admiral Trench Voice: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars) Harch Admiral of the Separatist Navy who commands the blockade of the planet Christophsis. He is one of the most skilled military tacticians at the time and supposedly has a history of being able to track cloaked ships. He seemingly dies in the episode "Cat and Mouse" of The Clone Wars, but reappears with cybernetics covering nearly half of his body in the first episode of season 6. Trench is finally killed by Anakin Skywalker in the "Bad Batch" story arc in season 7.
Strono Tuggs Aidan Cook (The Force Awakens) Deformed Artiodac cook at the castle of Maz Kanata in The Force Awakens. Tuggs' backstory is explored in the short story "A Recipe for Death".[132]
Letta Turmond Voice: Kari Wahlgren (The Clone Wars) Radical activist against Jedi involvement in the Clone Wars, incited by the Jedi Order's use of her technician husband Jackar Bowmani to arm Republic gunships. She participates in the bombing of the Jedi Temple, and is later betrayed and killed by Barriss Offee, the mastermind of the attack.[275]
Longo Two-Guns Voice: Tom Kane Crime lord and rival to Jabba the Hutt, recognized as the "fastest blaster on Tatooine".

U-VEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Luminara Unduli Mary Oyaya (Attack of the Clones), Fay David (Revenge of the Sith)
Voice: Olivia d'Abo (The Clone Wars, The Rise of Skywalker)
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.[276] In Star Wars Rebels, the rebels are told Luminara is alive as a means to lure them into a trap. Luminara later appears as a disembodied voice during the final battle of The Rise of Skywalker, decades after her death, empowering Rey to face the rejuvenated Palpatine.
Finis Valorum Terence Stamp (The Phantom Menace)
Voice: Ian Ruskin (The Clone Wars)
The Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic, who is ousted from office in The Phantom Menace, allowing Palpatine to rise to power.[277] Finis valorum is Late Latin for "the end of values". According to performer Terence Stamp, the character was intended by George Lucas to be based on then-President of the United States Bill Clinton as a "good but beleaguered man," although Stamp noted that this had been before the Clinton impeachment trial.[278] Valorum's name stems from the original drafts of The Star Wars, in which it belonged to a character combined with Vader, then Vader's master, before being phased out of the original trilogy.[279]
Eli Vanto N/A Trusted aide to Grand Admiral Thrawn in the novel Thrawn.[280]
Evaan Verlaine N/A Rebel pilot who assists Leia in Star Wars: Princess Leia with attempting to rescue survivors of Alderaan's destruction.
Chancellor Lanever Villecham Derek Arnold (The Force Awakens) Tarsunt politician that serves as Chancellor of the New Republic, and perishes on Hosnian Prime when it is destroyed by the First Order's Starkiller Base.
Dr. Nuvo Vindi Voice: Michael York (The Clone Wars) Faust scientist who worked with the CIS during the Clone Wars. He rediscovers the Blue Shadow Virus and attempts to weaponize it for Separatist use.
Tulon Voidgazer N/A Cybernetically enhanced human scientist, working under Dr. Cylo as a possible replacement for Darth Vader; she first appeared in the Star Wars: Darth Vader Marvel comic book series.[82]
Dryden Vos Paul Bettany (Solo: A Star Wars Story) A ruthless high-ranking crime lord in the Crimson Dawn syndicate who has a history with Tobias Beckett, and acts as the public leader of the syndicate, secretly led by Darth Maul. After a failed coaxium heist by Beckett's crew, including the recently recruited Han Solo and Chewbacca, he gives them a second chance to prove themselves by stealing the coaxium from an Imperial mine on the planet Kessel instead, but they instead betray him and give the coaxium to the Rebel Alliance. Although Vos had anticipated this betrayal and set up a trap, Solo had also anticipated this and a fight ensues over the coaxium, during which Vos is betrayed and killed by his right-hand lieutant, Qi'ra.

Vos also briefly appears as a hologram in the final season of The Clone Wars.[281]

Quinlan Vos Voice: Al Rodrigo (The Clone Wars) Jedi Master in The Clone Wars, 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 Asajj, but is heartbroken when she dies to save him. He buries her on her homeworld, Dathomir, and is reinstated into the Jedi Order. He is one of the few known survivors of the Great Jedi Purge.

W-XEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Watto Voice: Andy Secombe (The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones) Toydarian junk store owner and slaveholder of Anakin and Shmi Skywalker in The Phantom Menace.
Taun We Voice: Rena Owen (Attack of the Clones) Kaminoan administrator who guides Obi-Wan Kenobi during his visit to the cloning facility in Attack of the Clones. During filming, Owen wore a maquette of the alien's head atop a hardhat, providing her co-stars with the proper eye-line for talking with the character.[282]
Zam Wesell Leeanna Walsman (Attack of the Clones) Shape-shifting bounty hunter hired by Jango Fett to kill Padmé Amidala. She fails in her mission and is killed by Fett.[283]
Temmin "Snap" Wexley Greg Grunberg (The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker) 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, and later The Rise of Skywalker, where he dies during the final Battle of Exegol.[157][284][285]

Rebel pilot Norra Wexley, introduced in Star Wars: Aftermath, is his wayward mother.[157]

General Vanden Willard Eddie Byrne (A New Hope)
Voice: Michael Bell (A New Hope)
Rebel Alliance General that greets Leia Organa as she returns to the Rebel base on Yavin 4 in A New Hope.
Winta Isla Farris (The Mandalorian) Omera's young daughter. During the Mandalorian's stay at their farm on Sorgan, she befriends the Child and forms a bond with him as they play together.
Trapper Wolf Dave Filoni (The Mandalorian) New Republic X-Wing pilot who takes part in the attack on Ranzar Malk's space station, locating it thanks to a tracker placed by the Mandalorian.
Wuher Ted Burnett (A New Hope) Bartender at the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope.[286]

YEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Yendor N/A Rebel on planet Ryloth and later the head of the Ryloth Defense Authority. Introduced in Lost Stars, Yendor appears in the Aftermath series, and also in Bloodline and Star Wars: Resistance Reborn.
Wullf Yularen Robert Clarke (A New Hope)
Voice: Tom Kane (The Clone Wars and Rebels)
Imperial officer on the first Death Star in A New Hope. The Clone Wars establishes that he was previously an admiral in the Republic Navy who served during the Clone Wars as the leader of Anakin Skywalker's fleet.[287]

ZEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Zuckuss Cathy Munroe (The Empire Strikes Back) Gand bounty hunter among those who answer Darth Vader's call to capture the Millennium Falcon in The Empire Strikes Back. In the Legends continuity, Zuckuss is a famous Force-sensitive "findsman", who leaves his home planet of Gand to join the Bounty Hunter's Guild.[288][289] Zuckuss is often partnered with fellow bounty hunter and long time associate 4-LOM, but also teams with his bounty hunter rival Bossk on rare occasions.[290][291] After his ammonia breathing lungs are badly damaged, Zuckuss' life is saved by the Rebel Alliance and he joins them for a time, before finally being incarcerated due to schizophrenia.[9][292] The action figure was misidentified as "4-LOM" in Kenner's original Star Wars action figure line.[107]
Constable Zuvio N/A Kyuzo constable of Niima Outpost on Jakku. Although featured in early promotional material for The Force Awakens, Zuvio was largely cut from the film, with his backstory instead being told in the short story "High Noon on Jakku".[132]

DroidsEdit

Name Portrayal Description
Huyang Voice: David Tennant (The Clone Wars) 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 Award for this role.

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ A character using the alias "Dengar Roth" appears in Dark Force Rising.
  2. ^ In The Rise of Skywalker (2019), Palpatine attributes his return to "abilities some consider to be unnatural".[27] The novelization of The Rise of Skywalker expands on Palpatine's method of return.[28]
  3. ^ Bossk's reptilian mask was also originally used for a different character in the Mos Eisley cantina from A New Hope, while his yellow and white spacesuit, also seen in the cantina, is a real RAF pressure suit from the 1960s.[87][88]

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