Cast Of ‘Star Wars’ Series ‘Ahsoka’ Finally Reveals Behind-The-Scenes Photos, Videos

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The cast of the “Star Wars” series “Ahsoka” is finally giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the show now that the ban on posting content about the series has lifted.

Although actors were unable to talk about the Disney+ show during its premiere in August 2023, now that the strike is finally over, the cast and crew are taking to social media to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at a galaxy far, far away!

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Although Ahsoka Tano herself, Rosario Dawson, has not posted on social media yet, she was included in many photos and videos from her costars. Natasha Liu Bordizzo, who played Sabine Wren on the series, shared a whole carousel filled with fun photos and videos. In the caption, she wrote:

"As you probably know, the strike has lifted 😮‍💨. All I’ve wanted to say for these many weeks is thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the love on Ahsoka 🤍💜. Thank you for coming along with us on such an epic journey!! Sabine taught me so much, especially about receiving mentorship, love and guidance, even when you least deserve it. This show was made by a huge team of genuinely good, kind people (hi @dave.filoni) who are all obsessed with Star Wars and even with all the other incredible experiences that came along with it, that part stood out to me."

Eman Esfandi Finally Confirms His Role As Ezra Bridger


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Although it had been long rumored that Eman Esfandi would be cast as Ezra Bridger, he was not allowed to say anything on social media after he made an appearance more than halfway through the series. “THE RUMORS ARE TRUE… I am Ezra Bridger,” the actor was finally able to announce on Instagram on Friday. “Thank you to everyone that worked on @ahsokaofficial for welcoming me with open arms into your beautiful @starwars family.”

He continued:

“Growing up I wished for friends who loved what I loved (anime, cartoons, etc.) and little did I know it would be all of you. It’s an honor to work with people who pour their hearts and souls into this franchise and keep the Force so alive. Made it easy to go all in and follow suit. Thank you @dave.filoni & @jonfavreau for trusting me to bring Jabba the Hutt himself back home. There are so many more moments that went undocumented but deeply lived and loved while being a part of this project. To the fans… I’M HOME!!”

Diana Lee Inosanto Pays Tribute To Her ‘Ahsoka’ Costars

Actress and director Diana Lee Inosanto, who played Magistrate Morgan Elsbeth, also took to Instagram to share a behind-the-scenes look at her character fitting while promising more photos and “notes of gratitude” to come in the following days.

“’For Dathomir’ or really ‘For Ahsoka’... as I finally get to express myself as an actress. I have yearned during the days of the strike, to share my level of love and gratitude that I carry in my heart & soul for my cast & crew of Ahsoka,” she wrote in the caption. “Professionally, I am a late bloomer in my career as an actress, who for years was a struggling mother of a son with Autism, who was finally given the role of a lifetime. A miracle.”

She continued:

“I am incredibly thankful to each and every member of my Ahsoka family ...or as they say in ‘Ohana’ of Star Wars. My life has changed on a level I could have never dreamed. Thank you @dave.filoni for your vision of Ahsoka and for dreaming up Nightsister, Lady Morgan Elsbeth and allowing me to execute her essence on the screen. Thank you @jonfavreau for suggesting a martial artist could actually be called to take on the mantle of this kind of role. What an honor. Carrie Beck, Colin Wilson and Kathleen cup runneth over. I am so humbled by your belief in me. And that goes for the rest of production and our incredible directors...Steph, Peter, Dave, Jen, Geeta and Rick. To my cast members, @rosariodawson ...our Queen...our Captain of proud that we could combatively have that last battle... Talzin Blade to Lightsabers. What a way for my character to have a powerful exit.”

She also paid tribute to late actor Ray Stevenson, writing, “I have grown so much being in your company. From our table readings on zoom to each day we spent on the sets, or just the quick passing ‘hellos’ we gave each other in the hallways, I am so honored we could be the collective that created this extraordinary story in another galaxy far away. (More photos and notes of gratitude to come). Meanwhile, Ray and Shawna rest in peace and love.”

Ray Stevenson Passed Away In May 2023

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One cast member of "Ahsoka" who did not post behind-the-scenes content was actor Ray Stevenson, who passed away on May 21, 2023. Ray had voiced Gar Saxon in the animated “Star Wars Rebels” and “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” series before he was cast as Baylan Skoll in “Ahsoka.” No cause of death has been revealed at this time.

Costume designer for “The Mandalorian,” “The Book Of Boba Fett,” and “Ahsoka,” Shawna Trpcic, also passed away at age 56 in early October.  Her agent, Tim Kressman, released a statement saying, “Shawna was one of Hollywood’s pre-eminent science fiction costume designers — a creative force, a trusted collaborator and all-around delightful person for her friends and colleagues,” adding, “She was a beloved member of the Star Wars/Lucasfilm family as well as the community of costume designers and the Costume Designers Guild.”