I saw TFA twice over the weekend and the second time through, I spotted an older guy that looked and sounded an awful lot like

Temuera Morrison with a bunch of movie make-up to make him look really old.

He appeared for a second during the assault on Starkiller Base as a Resistance officer in the room with Leia. I can't remember his exact quote but he makes some quick observational statement about the battle to Leia. Was this

Temuera Morrison appearing as a ridiculously old clone?

I didn't see him in the credits and I can't find anything online about it so I'm thinking I might be crazy... Plus the scene went by too fast to truly get a solid look.

  • I thought this question would be about Daniel Craig... Can't help you with this guy, sadly.
    – Relix
    Dec 21, 2015 at 15:39
  • The first batch of clones were (physically) aged about 25 in Episode II, which would make them about 75 in Episode VII. Does that really count as "ridiculously old"? Dec 21, 2015 at 15:43
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    @RoyalCanadianBandit - My understanding was that they were altered to age much faster than a normal person. So 50 years may have passed since the Clone Wars but it's likely a lot more than that in clone years. My intention wasn't to call 75 ancient or anything. :) Dec 21, 2015 at 15:54
  • Did you mean this guy? vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/star-wars-canon/images/4/43/… Dec 21, 2015 at 16:48
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    @sam as its 50 years since the clonwars that would be +100 years in clone trooper years...add their prior aging and you are WAY above 120 years
    – Thomas
    Dec 24, 2015 at 7:06

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Do you mean this guy?

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Major Ematt had one line and was played by Andrew Jack

  • I don't think so... It's been a month since I've last seen the flick and I'm having a little trouble remembering exactly what I saw. It was literally a split second thing. This may be one of those things I'll have to wait to get an answer for until after I pick up the blu-ray. Feb 1, 2016 at 14:36

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