10 Actors You Didn't Realise Were In Star Wars: The Clone Wars

5. Jon Favreau (Pre Vizsla)

If the name Jon Favreau doesn't ring a bell, you probably don't like Iron Man, and that's okay, because not everyone's a fan. However, Favreau is an actor too, though directing is his prime directive (see what I did there). He portrays extras in countless films, and occasionally even small roles. His role in The Clone Wars stretches from season two to season five, where his character truly comes across as a force to be reckoned with (no pun intended). Vizsla is the leader of Death Watch, a Mandalorian terrorist group that acts as a strong anti-pacifist, anti-Mandalorian government rebellion. In season five, Vizsla hesitatingly conspires with the resurrected Darth Maul to reclaim Mandalore, but of course underestimates the power and authority of the Sith. This temporary partnership turns out to create the backbone of The Clone Wars' most exciting story arc yet. Vizsla is no rookie to warfare either, proving his hand on hand combat, and extensive weaponry knowledge can more than make up for his lack of force abilities. He is what Jango Fett should have been, and of course his costume design is based off of Jango's (who also wore Mandalorian armor).

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