In a galaxy far, far away, Anakin Skywalker and his fellow Jedi are helping keep the peace on the planet Mon Calamari, but the Separatists are looking to start a civil war. Will the Jedi succeed in protecting Mon Calamari or will they fall to the Separatists’ forces? Catch up with all the lightsaber wielding action when the fourth season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars comes out on DVD on 22th October. You may recognize their voices while watching the show, but now you can see what famous actors are behind the scenes as we count down the 10 best cameos to ever appear on the Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
From Star Trek to Star Wars, this sci-fi legend lends his voice to General Lok Durd, a Neimoidian weapons developer in the Separatist Droid Army who served in the Clone Wars.
Ron Pearlman is famously known for his role as Hellboy but now he’s become Trandoshan male Gha Nachkt. This character owns the freighter Vulture’s Claw and frequently scoures the aftermath of space battles for parts, droids, and anything he could sell to the highest bidder.
Funny man Seth Green not only voiced Todo 360, a techno-service droid, in season two but came back in season three as the character of Ion Papanoida, a Pantoran male during the Clone Wars and the son of Pantora’s chairman. If only we could be so lucky!
Best known for playing Buffy the vampire slayer’s on-again off-again love interest and Sunnydale’s main anti-hero, James Marsters gets a new tranformation in the Clone Wars as Faro Argyus, a captain in the Senate Commandos.
This prominent actor, comedian, screenwriter and director voices Pre Vizsla, the leader of the Mandalorian Death Watch faction during the Clone Wars. He tries to overthrow Duchess Satine Kryze and her pacifistic New Mandalorian government so the Mandalores can return to their warrior ways.
Sci-fi fans everywhere worship this leading lady ever since she took on the career-making role of Captain Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace on the award-winning Sci-fi hit, Battlestar Galactica. So it’s no surprise that she’d take another journey into space as a Mandalorian warrior in the Galactic Republic known as Bo-Katan.
After appearing in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Liam Neeson reprises his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi’s mentor, Qui-Gon Jinn, in the Clone Wars. Because no one can do Qui-Gon as good as the original.
Sin City babe Jaime King voices Aurra Sing in the Clone Wars. Once a female Jedi Padawan, Aurra left the Jedi Order to become a vicious bounty hunter specializing in Jedi and political assaninations.
Best known for co-writing and starring in various comedic hits such as Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and the series Spaced, Simon Peg joins the Star Wars crew in season four as bounty hunter Dengar.