Clancy Brown seems within the first episode of Ahsoka on Disney+, however the actor has already had a stunning function in one other Star Wars venture.
This text comprises SPOILERS for Ahsoka episodes 1 & 2.
- Clancy Brown reprises his function as Lothol Governor Ryder Azadi in Ahsoka, marking his second Star Wars live-action look.
- Different Star Wars voice actors like Katee Sackhoff and Steve Blum have additionally transitioned to live-action in The Mandalorian.
- Ahsoka hints on the return of extra beloved Star Wars characters, making Clancy Brown’s look a welcome addition to the franchise. Ahsoka releases new episodes on Disney+.
Ahsoka has introduced again Clancy Brown for his second Star Wars live-action look, and his first was extremely fascinating. Brown is thought for having voiced Savage Opress in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Ahsoka has additional cemented his place within the Star Wars franchise.
Brown shouldn’t be the one Star Wars voice actor to transition to live-action. Katee Sackhoff reprised her function as Bo-Katan Kryze in The Mandalorian season 2, whereas Steve Blum briefly returned to voice Zeb in season 3. Brown’s look in Ahsoka is one other welcome addition that hints on the return of extra Star Wars characters.
Clancy Brown Performs The Reside-Motion Governor Azadi In Ahsoka
Clancy Brown reprises his function as Lothol Governor Ryder Azadi in Ahsoka season 1, episode “Half One.” He beforehand voiced the character in Star Wars Rebels, including him to the listing of Star Wars voice actors whose characters have transitioned to live-action.
Clancy Brown’s Earlier Mandalorian Look Defined
Nonetheless, this is not the primary time Brown has appeared in Star Wars live-action. He performed the Devaronian Burg in The Mandalorian season 1, episode 6 “Chapter 6: The Prisoner.”
Ahsoka releases new episodes Tuesdays at 6pm PT / 9pm ET on Disney+.