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Warwick Davis is renowned as an actor that has appeared in a number of Star Wars media. He has appeared in multiple roles throughout the years including:

  • A Ewok in ROTJ
  • A side character in The Phantom Menance
  • A rebel/pirate in Solo

Are there any additional roles that Warwick Davis has acted in, in Star Wars?

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it should be resolved by trivial research on a site dedicated to telling you what films people stared in. – Jontia Sep 25 at 11:57
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    @Jontia That's a reason to downvote, not a reason to close. Trivia is not off topic here like it is on Movies & TV. – TheLethalCarrot Sep 25 at 12:16
  • @TheLethalCarrot should it be off topic for asking for a list of works then? As defined in the help centre – Jontia Sep 25 at 12:20
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    @Jontia No, it's a small list so it isn't too broad and isn't asking for recommendations either. The question is perfectly on topic. – TheLethalCarrot Sep 25 at 12:23
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He’s played many characters in Star Wars:

  • he played Wicket in Return of the Jedi and the two Ewok TV movies
  • in The Phantom Menace, he played:
    • Wald, a Rodian and Anakin’s friend
    • Yoda walking, sometimes
    • Weazel, a weapons dealer and a gambler at the podrace
    • a Tatooine street trader
  • in The Force Awakens:
    • Wollivan
  • in The Last Jedi:
    • Wodibin
    • Kedpin Shoplop
  • in Rebels:
    • Thrawn's bodyguard, Ruhk (season 4)
  • in Rogue One:
    • Weeteef Cyu-Bee (without hyphen on Wikipedia), a Talpini
  • in Solo:
    • Weazel (again)
    • DD-BD
    • two other droids
    • “a hamster-like alien”
    • a rebel astronaut

Sources: Warwick Davis on Wikipedia, entertainment.ie, Screen Rant

  • "a hamster-like alien"? Do you have a source for that? (I'm just curious what it looked like.) – Boolean Sep 26 at 14:48
  • @Boolean In the Screen Rant article: “I was also watching the Sabacc game as that hamster-like alien character - it's a bit like a chinchilla, actually.” – Stormblessed Sep 26 at 16:04

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