The Top 10 Cast Of The Star Wars Prequel Trilogy: Where They Are Now


Episode II is as fervently contested as the other two prequels. However, one of its highlights is the depiction of Jango Fett, whose clone child, Boba Fett, would come back to bother Han Solo in the original trilogyPlayed by New Zealand on-screen character Temuera Morrison, Jango is equipped with double blaster guns and a fly pack which fire rockets. Morrison’s profession, although respectable, never achieved the grandiose global statures of his Star Wars appearance. However, he appeared in the celebrated Starz Original Series, Spartacus. He also assumed a little part in the enormous budget Green Lantern, as the dying individual from the Corps who gives his hallowed ring to Hal Jordan. Nonetheless, in New Zealand, Morrison is an undisputed national fortune. His 1994 film Once Were Warriors, made him a well-known name in his country. This was almost an entire decade before his Star Wars appearance. Thereafter, Morrison released an album Tem, in 2014. It comprised of songs which were sung by his uncle, Sir Howard Morrison, who was essentially the Frank Sinatra of New Zealand. What’s more, Temuera essayed the role of Boba Fett in the hit EA computer game, Star Wars: Battlefront. In addition to this, he lent his voice to Moana, the animated Disney film.



Before being cast in Star Wars: Episode II, Jimmy Smits was known for his roles on the TV series LA Law and NYPD Blue. Later on, Jimmy Smits came back to TV, bagging awards for his roles on prestigious shows like The West Wing, Sons of Anarchy, and Dexter. This January, he co-stars in the 24: Legacy, a revival of the popular FOX series. Before that, you can watch him repeating his role of Bail Organa in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.