"I'm a simple man trying to make his way in the galaxy, like my father before me." ― Boba Fett's credo
Boba Fett is an antihero in the Star Wars franchise. He is a freelance bounty hunter who does work for both the evil Galactic Empire and gangster Jabba the Hutt, who chases after Han Solo to collect a large reward put on his head. His character is expanded in later Star Wars films, television shows, and comic books.
He was portrayed by the late Jeremy Bulloch in the original Star Wars trilogy, by Daniel Logan in the prequel trilogy, and by Temuera Morrison in The Mandalorian.
Why He Rocks
- Throughout the original trilogy, he never reveals his face and rarely speaks, giving him an air of mystery.
- He answers to no one but himself and plays by his own rules.
- Despite his limited screen time, he is one of the most enduringly popular characters in the franchise.
- His loyalty to and love for his father and, later, The Child, help him to become more three-dimensional as a character.
- In a series with many black-and-white characterizations (characters either pure good or pure evil), he represents moral ambiguity.
|Star Wars Characters|
Rebel Alliance and New Republic
Rebel Alliance & New Republic Navy
Rogue One Squad
Cirrut Imwe and Baze Malbus
The Jedi Order
The Sith Order
The Galactic Republic
Padmé Amidala | Clone Troopers (Fives and Echo | Commander Rex | 99)
Bounty Hunters and Mercenaries
Boba Fett | Cad Bane | Jabba the Hut | Cornelius Evazan and Ponda Baba | Ziro the Hutt | Hondo Ohnaka
New Republic Era
The Mandalorian | Cara Dune | Greef Karga | Fennec Shand | Migs Mayfeld
Asajj Ventress | Mother Talzin | Savage Opress
Satine Kryze | Bo-Katan Kryze | Pre Vizsla
Steela Gerrera | Saw Gerrera
Cham Syndulla | Numa
Other Outer Rim Worlds
The Child | Prince Xizor | The Force Priestesses | The Father, The Daughter, and The Son