Monday, June 19, 2017

On This Day: June 19, 1954

By: Ciaran Duggan

Anthony Phelan, who voiced Lama Su in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, was born on this day back in 1954.

The Australian actor was known for his roles in other film and TV series including Water Rats, Big Sky, Home and Away and All Saints.

The 63-year-old played the Kaminoan Prime Minister, who personally oversaw the creation of clone troopers - the new army of the Galactic Republic - from Tipoca City, the capital of his homeworld.

Anthony Phelan, who voiced Lama Su in Episode II - Attack of the Clones
Lama Su's people were awarded a seat in the Galactic Senate during the Clone Wars and there is no doubting that they were partially responsible for the subsequent systematic liquidation of the Jedi Order and the rise of Palpatine's Empire. 

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Source: Wookiepdia

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