On paper, being in a Star Wars film sounds like a dream come true. After all, it's the world's most famous franchise and the quality of the films has generally been high, so surely getting a part in Star Wars is an actor's goldmine? Well, not quite.
While there have been many great performances in Star Wars films, such as from Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Donald Glover, Daisy Ridley and Ian McDiarmid to name a few, not every performance works out so well. Inevitably, given the huge cast of characters across the films as well as the bad writing in some of the films (looking at you, Prequels), not every actor has been served particularly well with the roles they've been given.
Additionally, the franchise has a bad habit of miscasting. Not only have many awesome actors have given unsuitable or bland parts, but many less skilled performers have been cast in pivotal roles because... reasons.
The reasons for these following terrible performances vary, but what all 15 of them have in common is that they offer conclusive proof that being in a Star Wars film isn't always as fun as it sounds...
15. Daniel Logan - Boba Fett
It's never fun to criticize a young actor but Daniel Logan was jarringly wooden during his few scenes as the young Boba Fett in Attack of the Clones. Since this is one of the most beloved Star Wars characters, Lucas should've really sought out a really good child actor (there aren't many of those but they do exist) for the part, but much like with young Anakin in The Phantom Menace, Lucas failed to do that.
In fairness, Logan was probably cast because of his physical resemblance to New Zealand actor Temuera Morrison, who plays his father Jango Fett (of which Boba is meant to be a clone) but it's still a shame a better actor couldn't have been cast.
The main issue is that Logan largely plays Boba Fett as an ordinary kid, when, given that he became such a complete bad-ass and a ruthless bounty hunter later on, he should've been darker and more unsettling as a child.