When George Lucas was casting for ‘Star Wars’ he auditioned nearly every up-and-coming actor in Hollywood. Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Kurt Russell, Sissy Spacek, all passed through his audition room before he eventually plumped for Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and a carpenter named Harrison Ford. Those starlets went on to achieve superstardom thanks to Lucas, but they weren’t the only icons to feature in the Star Wars films.Here’s some thespians you never realised journeyed to that galaxy far, far away.Read moreActors who hated being in Star Wars
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The late actress acted as a 'script doctor' for 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' writer and director Rian Johnson, who would visit her house in Beverly Hills.