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Around 2010-2012, I read on an online forum that there was at least one Hutt in the Jedi order at one point. However, looking up 'Hutt Jedi' on google more recently, I've read people saying the idea of Hutt Jedi was strictly a legends/EU thing, and a widely disparaged one at that.

In modern canon, was there ever a Hutt Jedi?

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In a word, no. The sole example of a Hutt Jedi appears to be Beldorion, who makes an appearance in the 1997 EU novel Planet of Twilight, and various sources connected with this book.

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Interestingly, there was also a Hutt Sith acolyte called Gamblor, but he was a fictional character within the Star Wars universe, appearing on a holovid show called 'Juo Deltar Faces Gamblor the Terrible'.

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    Gamblor? The Simpsons really do do everything first. Jun 4, 2023 at 17:58

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