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Jeremy Bulloch (born 16 February 1945) is an English actor. He is best known as the bounty hunter Boba Fett in the Star Wars original trilogy. He has appeared in numerous British TV and film productions, including Doctor Who and Robin of Sherwood.


Bulloch was born in Market Harboroughmarker, Leicestershiremarker. In a career spanning over half a century, he is most famous for his role as Boba Fett in the Star Wars films The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Additionally, he plays a minor role as an Imperial officer in the Empire Strikes Back, his only non-masked apperance in the oringial Star Wars movies. He also has minor roles in three James Bond films, twice playing Smithers, an assistant to Q. In 1962, he starred alongside Cliff Richard in the hit musical Summer Holiday.

Bulloch has also appeared in two Doctor Who stories, The Space Museum and The Time Warrior. In recent years, due to the release of the new Star Wars films, he is frequently invited to Science Fiction conventions throughout the world, and was inducted as an Honorary Member of the 501st Legion costuming organization in May 2002. Later, in November 2009, Bulloch actually joined the 501st as a costume-wearing member making appearances with the group as Boba Fett.

In 2004, he published a limited edition memoir, Flying Solo, which is a humorous account of his personal and professional life, interspersed with tales from the convention circuit. In 2005, he once again made an appearance in a Star Wars film, this time playing Captain Colton in Revenge of the Sith.

Recently he played a small cameo role in Star Wars fanfilms Order of the Sith: Vengeance and its sequel Downfall - Order of the Sith - alongside David Prowse and Michael Sheard. These fanfilms were made in England in support of Save the Children.

Jeremy has three sons, ten grandchildren, and lives in London with his wife, Maureen. His half brother is Robert Watts, who produced the Star Wars films.

Selected films

Voice acting

In 2006, Jeremy Bulloch provided the voice of Sir Logan the Prowler in the Night Traveler multimedia adventure series produced by Lunar Moth Entertainment.


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