Alan Tudyk Takes on the 'Star Wars' Universe: 'Rogue One' Star Shares Impressions of Yoda, Vader, and More

C-3PO may know over 6 million languages, but Alan Tudyk, who plays new droid K-2SO, is fluent in Star Wars impressions. Tudyk, who also loaned his voice talents to this year’s Zootopia and Moana, steals his Rogue One: A Star Wars Story scenes with a motion-capture performance as a gruff security droid. So Yahoo Movies decided to see how he’d fare with other famous Star Wars characters. In this video, Tudyk and co-star Riz Ahmed (who plays Rebellion pilot Bodhi Rook) accept our challenge, giving us such never-before-scene moments as “Yoda doing his taxes” and “Darth Vader having an asthma attack.” Watch it above.

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In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter earlier this month, Tudyk said he had no trouble making K-2SO distinct from past Star Wars sidekicks.

“He’s very different from the other [droids] because he comes from the Empire,” Tudyk explained. “He’s a security droid, so he can be an intimidating force and can be enforcing.”

The actor also expressed hope that he could continue to play the character in future adventures, pointing out that “playing a droid also gives you the possibility to pop up in other Star Wars films since they don’t age like the human characters.”

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story opens in theaters on Friday.

Watch the ‘Rogue One’ cast critique their action figures, below.