There have been TCW casting threads before, all of them inactive as far as @Seerow has determined. I've been given tentative permission to start a new one with a broader scope. Here's where you cast actors in the roles of the animated SWTV characters. Disney is on the point of announcing spin-off films and there may be live-action TV shows in the pipeline. These, or even the Sequel Trilogy itself, may involve some of the many and sundry animated SWTV characters in some capacity. To keep things organised and relevant to this forum, try to follow these guidelines: Make sure the character is one that was originally introduced in an animated show and one which does not share a genome with any film character*. The character must be one that has appeared in or is about to appear in Clone Wars (microseries), The Clone Wars, Rebels and/or one of the classics. An Expanded Universe novel/comic/game/sourcebook character that appeared in one of the animated shows would also be acceptable. Specify the era of the live-action show or spin-off film. For example: pre-TPM, TPM-AOTC gap, Clone Wars era, early Dark Times, late Dark Times, Original Trilogy era, post-ROTJ, Sequel Trilogy era. It might be helpful to provide the year or range of years with the standard BBY/ABY notation. Back up the casting decision with your reasoning for why this actor fits the role. Provide pictures if you wish. Do not embed videos; link to them. Discuss casting choices. *In other words, no clones. Here's an example thought up on the spot to demonstrate the format: Character: Sabine Wren, from Star Wars: Rebels Era: Post-ROTJ, c. 20 ABY Actor: Michelle Yeoh Michelle Yeoh is experienced, having starred in films like Memoirs of a Geisha and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, and she's also known for doing many her own stunts. Now in her fifties, she's still going strong. In a live-action TV show that delves into a growing rift between the increasingly militant Mandalorians and the New Republic, an older, more mature Sabine would find herself at a crossroad... And so on and so forth.