The Mandalorian actor and the star of Kim’s Convenience Paul Sun-hyung Lee gives fans a glimpse of the potential of what a role in Starfleet might appear to.
The Mandalorian actor and Kim’s Convenience star Paul Sun-Hyung Lee demonstrates his flawless Star Trek cosplay online.
As a response to a user question on Twitter regarding who Lee would like to play in a possible Star Trek appearance, Lee responded with a picture of himself in a blue Starfleet uniform with a caption that reads “Anything #Starfleet.”
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Before his emergence as the character Kim Sang-il in Kim’s Convenience in which he appeared in its original performance as a stage production and throughout all five seasons, Lee was most well-known for his part as Randy Ko on the improvised soap series Train 48. Lee joined the cast of The Mandalorian as Captain Carson Teva who was a former pilot of the Rebel Alliance turned member of the New Republic Starfighter Corps. Lee made his Star Wars debut in The Mandalorian Season 2’s second episode, “The Passenger,” and has returned for multiple appearances, including in the fifth episode of The Book of Boba Fett, “Return of the Mandalorian.” Lee was also played by Iroh in Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Avatar The Last Airbender.
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The Mandalorian‘s Season 3 finale, “The Return,” was aired on the 19th of April, causing significant waves among the fans and the entire franchise. Much to the delight of the viewers The third season widened the role of the popular character Grogu on the show. Dave Filoni warned fans following the conclusion not to anticipate a full investigation into the Grogu family or his species. If asked if he’d had any of the information himself, Filoni responded “If I were to tell you that I knew, it’d be a terrible thing for you. You’d know that I was aware of it but wouldn’t reveal it, and that would be cruel. So I’m not going to divulge the details.
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The Mandalorian Season 3 also featured many controversial celebrities in cameo appearances, most notably Hollywood icons Jack Black and acclaimed musician Lizzo. They appeared in the sixth episode, “Guns for Hire,” where they played a zany royal couple. “Y’all, I just realized that I’m a princess in Star Wars, which is Disney and makes me the definition of a Disney princess,” Lizzo noted on social media. Lizzo opened up about her connection with her father, who passed away. Star Wars. She said, “When [ the Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau called me and suggested that I play the role of the Dutchess, I cried throughout the day, hoping that he was still here because they would be very happy.”
Disney+ is currently streaming The MandalorianSeasons 1 through 3.