The Mandalorian Star reveals the Star Wars character they wanted to become

A The Mandalorian star dreamed of being a Star Wars princess, but instead became the one-time (and possibly future) ruler of Mandalore. Katee Sackhoff plays Bo-Katan Kryze in Star Wars, starting out as her voice actor in Star Wars: the Clone Wars before converting the character to live-action in The Mandalorian. Sackhoff is known for her sci-fi roles, including playing Starbuck in 2003 Battlestar Galactica reboot, and she embraces the genre, having grown up with her father’s love for it. During an interview in the new number of Star Wars insidershe explains how her role on Robot Chicken got her cast as Bo-Katan and she was more than ready to go to that galaxy far away.

“I didn’t have to do any research! It was Star Wars!” she told the magazine. “I’ve told everyone who’s ever represented me that if the Star Wars people ever called me, I’d take it. I kid you. If they’d told me to play the role of a rock and be in the background, I would have taken it! When Dave called me and asked me to do the role of Bo-Katan, I was shocked. There were no questions, I just said ‘yes!’

She continued, “As a kid I wanted to grow up to be Princess Leia. I also wanted to grow up to be Bruce Willis, but I really wanted to be in Star Wars. I loved that world! I loved what Star Wars was, so I was surprised that the circumstances of my career would have found me in that place!”

Bo-Katan returns inside The Mandalorian Season 3.

Sackhoff returns as Bo-Katan The Mandalorian‘s third season, and she won’t be alone. The season sees Din Djarin, played by Pedro Pascal, make a pilgrimage to Mandalore seeking absolution because he had his armor removed while others could see it. Bo-Katan will be there, as well as numerous other Mandalorians.

“I will say, there will be more Mandalorians, a lot of them,” Pascal teased during an appearance on The Tonight Show. “There will be an epic battle… Plural? Maybe? Grogu is very good. Still learning, teaching, protecting, protecting. I think if I say anything more I will be replaced. Not just as The Mandalorian but as a man in life.”

The Mandalorian Season 3 will premiere on Disney+ on March 1. The first two seasons of the series are streaming now.

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