Season 2 of The Mandalorian is well underway, and as the story of Mando and Baby Yoda continues to unfold, more and more characters are being welcomed into the Star Wars fold. While they may not stick around the way the titular character, his charge, or recurring characters like Cara Dune, Greff Karga, and Moff Gideon do, they bring even more megastar power to the show. From those who have appeared in just a few episodes or those whose (real) faces you never even see, here are the biggest celebrity cameos in The Mandalorian so far.
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Bill Burr, perhaps most well-known for his role in Breaking Bad, plays Migs Mayfeld, a member of the same mercenary team as the droid Zero.
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Non-Star Wars enthusiasts may not immediately recognize Dave Filoni’s face. It’s his voice they’ll likely notice first. He’s done extensive voice work on Clone Wars, Rebels, and Resistance. In The Mandalorian, though, Filoni plays Trapper Wolf, a pilot for the New Republic.
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The IT Crowd‘s Richard Ayoade’s face is never shown, but he’s the voice of Zero, a droid who is a member of a band of mercenaries that eventually betray Mando.
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Supernatural‘s Emily Swallow stars as The Armorer who forgers new armor for Mando—though you never see her face.
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Saturday Night Live‘s Horatio Sanz cameos as Mythrol in The Mandalorian where he’s captured by Mando and given to the bounty hunters’ guild.
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John Leguizamo is unrecognizable as Gor Koresh, a gangster who attempts to steal Mando’s Beskar steel armor.
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The Mandalorian showrunner himself, Jon Favreau, made a secret cameo in Chapter Three as a fellow Mandalorian who gets into a scuffle with Mando.
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Julia Jones likely looks familiar thanks to her role as Leah Clearwater in The Twilight Saga. However, in The Mandalorian, she plays Omera, a woman whose village is often attacked by raiders.
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Adam Pally and Jason Sudeikis
Pally and Sudeikis did their cameo together even though their faces are never seen. The pair play storm trooper scouts in Chapter Eight.
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Yes, Luke himself technically has a cameo. Mark Hamill voices droid EV-9D9 in the series.
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Actor Matt Lanter is an unnamed solider in The Mandalorian, but it’s his voice that’s likely most recognizable to fans. He’s actually the voice of Anakin Skywalker in several of the franchise’s animated series.
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Ming-Na Wen—who you may recognize from her work on Agents of Shield—has a cameo as Fennec Shand, an assassin who Mando helps capture.
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Natalie Tena, who portrayed Nymphadora Tonks in the Harry Potter films and Osha in Game of Thrones, plays the role of Xi’an, another member of the same (star-studded) mercenary team as Zero and Mayfeld.
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While you never ever see his face, Nick Nolte is Kuiil. He’s first seen working as a moisture farmer and helps Mando ride a blurrg so he can reach Baby Yoda, but he actually appears in a few episodes.
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Actress Rosario Dawson plays Ahsoka Tano in The Mandalorian and was arguably one of the most anticipated cameos thanks to the character’s popularity within the franchise.
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The bounty hunter droid IG-11 is, in fact, voiced by Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi. IG-11 was seemingly destroyed by Mando but was later brought back and reprogramed by Kuiil.
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If Boba Fett looked familiar in the latest episode of The Mandalorian, it’s because Temuera Morrison, the actor who portrayed him, also played his father, Jango Fett, in Attack of the Clones.
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Justified and Deadwood’s Timothy Olyphant continues his streak of playing a sheriff as Cobb Vanth in The Mandalorian.
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Battlestar Galatica‘s Katee Sackhoff is another actress whose voice fans may recognize. She play Bo-Katan Kryze on The Mandalorian, and it’s the same character she voiced on Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
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Fans of the WWE likely know Sasha Banks thanks to her career as a pro wrestler. She plays Mandalorian Koska Reeves.
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