Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker
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The Only Surviving Stars Of The Original Star Wars Trilogy
Harrison Ford
Before his epic role of Han Solo, Harrison Ford starred in “The Conversation" and "American Graffiti." He later started in “Blade Runner” and “Witness.”
Ford had other classic roles like “Indiana Jones” and was one of the biggest action stars on the planet in the ‘90s. He currently stars in the Apple TV+ series, “Shrinking.”
Mark Hamill
After playing Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill joined the Emmy-winning '90s hit "Batman: The Animated Series" as the Joker, leading to a 30-year career in voice acting.
Hamill's legendary status also makes his in-person roles an event, whether he is playing "himself" in "The Big Bang Theory" or a vampire on "What We Do in the Shadows."
Anthony Daniels
Anthony Daniels, the man behind C-3PO has done a few things that aren't connected to "Star Wars," like voicing Legolas in 1978 animated "The Lord of the Rings."
Daniels has played C-3PO in live-action films and TV series, animated shows, video games, theme park rides, and even TV documentaries about the making of "Star Wars."
James Earl Jones
James Earl Jones was already a couple of decades into his career as a distinguished veteran of the stage and screen when he took on the role of Darth Vader.
Jones is now retired but went on to star in "Field of Dreams," "Coming to America,""The Hunt for the Red October," and the voice of Mufasa from "The Lion King."