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Only two actors have appeared in all seven ‘Star Wars’ films: Anthony Daniels and Kenny Baker. The pair have played the mismatched Laurel and Hardy-esque droids C-3PO and R2-D2 for over 35 years, and recently reprised their parts in ‘Star Wars: Episode 7’ and, perhaps, beyond. If I’d have been as big as you, I’d have hit him.” Baker told Justin Lee Collins about his last encounter with Daniels on ‘Bring Back Star Wars’, a Channel 4 documentary about George Lucas’ hit franchise.
Anthony Daniels at Discovery Times Square Anthony Daniels, the man who wears the golden C-3PO costume and provides the nervous droid’s iconic voice, has appeared in more Star Wars-related media — movies, TV shows, theme park rides, video games and commercials — than anyone else connected to the beloved franchise. What was it like to go back into the costume? He never leaves my side, because I’m doing a lot of cartoon stuff — not that I wear the costume for that. Threepio was very surprised as well.
As C-3PO, Anthony Daniels is the rare Star Wars actor to have appeared in all of the movies — including the prequel trilogy and the upcoming The Force Awakens. In an interview with The Guardian, the 69-year-old actor shared his feelings about The Phantom Menace and its ilk, as well as bemoaning the extreme secrecy surrounding The Force Awakens.
Anthony Daniels has spoken out about the ‘ludicrous’ secrecy surrounding 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, and also how he 'glazed over’ when hearing the new movie’s plot. - 7 Actors Who Hated Being In Star Wars - Best Star Wars 7 toys so far - Han Solo Gets A Star Wars Spin-Off “The secrecy has been beyond ludicrous,” he said.