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Wicket, Weazel, Weetuf Cyu-Bee, Wodiban - Star Wars

Weazel from Star Wars played by Warwick Davies.

Weazel is a fictional male Human Rebel Fighter in the Star Wars film series who was played on screen by Warwick Davies. Weazel first appeared The Phantom Menace where his participation was brief.

Weazel was seen at the Podrace in which Anakin Skywalker took part in to win a part for the Jedi Knights space ship and to win his freedom. His scene was brief and not memorable. He can be seen near a Rodian in the crowd.

Weazel returned in Solo - A Star Wars Story as part of Enfys Nest's group of marauders. Unlike his first appearance and any other role Warwick has played, he actually gets to speak this time.

Warwick Davies has appeared in most of the live action films from Return of the Jedi on wards with the exception of Episodes II and III. In Return of the Jedi, he played the Ewok called Wicket who befriended Princess Leia when she fell off her scout bike.

In The Force Awakens, he played Wollivan, a small alienoid who was seen in Maz Kanata's cantina on Takodana. In The Last Jedi, Warwicks' character was Wodibin, an alien who tried to put money into BB8 but didn't get any money out. When the Fatheir broke into the casino, Wodibin was laughing when he got more credits than he wanted.

The first time any of Warwick Davies characters held a gun was as Weeteef Cyubee in Star Wars - Rogue One where he was a member of Saw Gerrera's geurillas who attacked the Imperials in Jedha City.

If the character is short and doesn't start with the letter 'W' then its a good chance that the character isn't played by Warwick Davies. I can say we've not seen the last of his characters in the Star Wars films. There's a good chance that he might appear in the next Han Solo movie if it gets made.

In addition to Star Wars, Warwick has also appeared in Doctor Who, Willow, Harry Potter and starred as the Leprechaun in the films of the same name.

Weazel Facts

Alien RaceHuman
AllegianceThe Rebel Alliance
ActorWarwick Davies
Last UpdatedSaturday, February 2, 2019

Copyright: Lucasfilm

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