Jeremy Bulloch, The Original Boba Fett From Star Wars, Dies At 75

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Maureen and two of his sons, Jamie and Robbie, were with him during his final days.

In his short time as Boba Fett, Jeremy Bulloch got to play among the greats of the universe, all of which continue to be important to the legacy of the space opera franchise.

The late actor also had roles on Doctor Who and Robin of Sherwood.

While Bulloch was inside the suit in the original trilogy, the voice of Boba Fett came from actor Jason Wingreen, who died in 2015.

Daniel Logan, who played young Boba Fett in Attack of The Clones, was one of the first people to share the news, taking to Instagram to share: 'It brings me to tears to announce Jeremy Bulloch has passed away!

"RIP Legend I'll never forget all you've taught me". Conventions won't be the same without you.

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Years later, he reappeared in the series during Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, where he portrayed Captain Jeremoch Colton, a man from Alderaan who piloted Kenobi, Bail Organa and Yoda to the bustling planet of Coruscant.

Before this, the most recent update on his website was in August, 2018 where he shared "with a heavy heart" that he had made a decision to stop attending Star Wars conventions and "hang up the Fett helmet". During his life, he appeared at various conventions where he signed autographs and took photos with fans.

His "unforgettable performance as notorious bounty hunter Boba Fett has captivated audiences since he first appeared", the official Star Wars Twitter account said.

So since Disney recently announced The Mandalorian Season 3 will premiere December 2021, it seems The Mandalorian Season 3 will be "The Book of Boba Fett".

Born in Leicester, England, Bulloch began acting in commercials as a teenager and would have more than 100 credits in a career spent mostly in British television, with small roles on shows including "Dr".

He is survived by his wife, Maureen, and their three sons. "It has been a privilege to have had the opportunity to inspire so many generations of Star Wars fans", he added.

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