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Hamill, Mark

Mark Hamill

Mark Richard Hamill born September 25, 1951 in Oakland, California to Naval Captain William 'Bill' Thomas Hamill and Virginia Suzanne 'Sue' Hamill (née Johnson).  Hamill was the fourth child of seven.  He has two brothers: Will and Patrick and four sisters: Terry, Jan, Jeanie, and Kim.

Hamill always new that he wanted to perform, to be in 'show business'.  When he went to his first circus, he wanted to be IN the circus, when he went to his first Broadway show (at 9 years old), he wanted to be in that Broadway show.  His very first role: an angel in a nativity scene at Walsingham Academy in Virginia.

Hamill's parents never did anything to encourage him in his acting pursuits...they DID encourage his brother who wanted to be a doctor, but couldn't understand Mark's aspirations.  Hamill says he lived in a fantasy world all the time, knew the cast lists of shows and who the actors were.  He read books like Sinbad the Sailor and other fantasies.

It wasn't until 7th grade that he tried to make the jump from fantasy world to reality.  He played a burglar in a comedy and got the laughs.  When he was 16 his father, Bill, took him on a business trip to New York City.  Hamill had prepared for the trip by purchasing tickets to the New York shows before they left Virginia. One of the shows was Sweet Charity, he was so impressed by the performance that he wrote letters to every cast member and received two replies.  The first one came from Gwen Verdon and the second from John Wheeler.  Wheeler invited Hamill to visit backstage the next time he was in New York.. When Hamill did return he got to visit both actors and they encouraged him.

When Hamill returned to Virginia he learned that he and his family were moving to Japan they lived there for two years, Hamill finished high school there (Yokosuka High - Nile C. Kinnick High School) and performed in plays produced by the drama department there headed by Jack Burrill (who said that Hamill had the best timing as an actor he'd ever seen.  Hamill dated Japanese girls, got into a little trouble, and went from 'goofball' to president of the student body, typical high school.  He loved it.  "...taxis were cheap and you could take trains all around the country."  Hamill graduated from Yokohama High in 1969.

Hamill's brother was to be married in LA so the family flew from Japan. Mark stayed behind in L.A. when the rest of the family went back to Japan, and he enrolled as a drama major at L.A. City College. 

His friend was writing a musical, Antheism E Flat Calipee, the play didn't do well but, Ann Margaret's manager, Allen Carr, spotted Hamill and was instrumental in getting Hamill a good agent and 10 guest appearances on shows.

In between school and plays he had to make a living.  He worked as a copyboy at Associated Press, a janitor and a soda jerk.  He quit his job  at AP after being disappointed by discovering that reporters were restricted by the managements point of view. 

He continued acting working steadily on TV and a 9 month stint on General Hospital

In 1976 after appearing in over 140 TV shows a friend, Robert Englund (Nightmare on Elm Street) convinced Hamill to try for the part in the Lucas movie.  Englund had already been through a casting call and thought Hamill would be what they were interested in.  Hamill went to the cattle call at Goldwyn Studios in November of 1976, made a brief statement...,'Hi, I'm Mark Hamill. I have two brothers and four sisters, and that was it.  He was NOT convinced, as he had gone through the same process at the 'American Graffiti' cattle call years before.

In February of 1977 though, 6 pages of the Star Wars script was sent to him and he was invited to do a screen test....again, the rest...history.

After Star Wars, roles were hard to come by, people wanted to see him in the same type of roles or nothing at all. He reprised his role again in the Empire Strikes Back, then he and his wife decided to move to NY and he would try the stage before filming Return of the Jedi.  He played the title role in the Elephant Man on Broadway for the final 3 weeks of its run.

In the years that follow ROTJ.  Hamill exhibits his natural affinity and mimicry of voices.  He plays roles in countless animated series, and almost unrecognizable in some.  He has been credited and un-credited in his voice-over work some notable castings in: Superman, Pinky and the Brain, Real adventures of Jonny Quest, Spider-Man, The Tick, Pepper Ann, Powerpuff Girls, Batman: the Animated Series, The Little Mermaid, and the Flash.

Hamill lives with his wife Marilou York, they have two sons and a daughter.  Nathan (1979), Griffin (1983), and Chelsea (1988).  Nathan Hamill appeared as a background character in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace 1999.

Star Wars: Episode VIII~2017 - Luke Skywalker
Brigsby Bear~2017 - Ted
Minkow~201? - Robert Minkow (This film was made in 2010/revised in 2011 and is in limbo)
Batman: The Killing Joke~2016 - voice of The Joker
Star Wars: The Force Awakens~2015 - Luke Skywalker
Kingsman: The Secret Service~2014 - Professor Arnold
Virtually Heroes~2013 - Monk
Airborne~2012 - Malcolm
Sushi Girl~2012 - Crow
Back to the Sea~2012 - voice of Bunker
Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey~2010 - voice of Void
The Powerhouse of the Universe: Stars~2010 (doc short) - Narrator
Battle for Terra~2007 - voice of Elder Orin
Spiderwick Chronicles, The~2007 - Narrator (The Field Guide, The Seeing Stone, Lucinda's Secret, The Ironwood Tree)
Choose Your Own Adventure: The Abominable Snowman~2006 (V) - voice of Jamling
Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles~2006 - voice of Commander Taylor (see Actor Connections - Film)
Black Pearl, The~2007 -
Conan: Red Nails~2006 (V) - voice of Tolkemec
Queer Duck: The Movie~2006 - voice characterizations
Star Wars Revenge of the Brick~2005 - behind the scenes narration
Batman: New Times~2005 - The Joker
Legends of the Dark Knight: The History of Batman~2005 - Narrator
Repetition~2005 - Himself
The Real Glory: Reconstructing The Big Red One~2005 (V) - Himself
Thru the Moebius Strip~2005 - Simon Weir (see Actor Connections - Film)
Ultimate Avengers~2005 - (V) voice characterizations
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind~1984 (2004 English dub) - voice of Mayor of Pejite
Wolf Tracer's Dinosaur Island~2004 - voice of Blake
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Kattan~2004 - Himself in Shop at Home Network
Comic Book: The Movie~2004 - Donald Swan (see Actor Connections - Film)
Stuart Little 2~2003 - A Rat Partner
Aero-Troopers: The Nemeclous Crusade~2003 - Qyun (voice)
Burl's~2003 (short) - Narrator
Reeseville~2003 - Zeek Oakman
Baxter and Bananas in Monkey See Monkey Don't~2002 (short) - Bananas
Thank You, Good Night~2001 - Karl Kaufman, Lee's Father
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back~2001 - C*ck Knocker/Himself/Talking Dog
Earth Day~2000 (V) - voice of Dr. Bob
Walking Across Egypt~2000 - Lamar
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker~2000 (V) - uncredited The Joker
Joseph: King of Dreams~2000 (V) voice - Judah
Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders~2000 (V) voice - Steve
Sinbad: Beyond the Veil of Mists~2000 voice - Captain of the Guard (see Actor Connections - Film)
Stars of Star Wars: Interviews with the Cast, The~1999 (V) - Himself
Unauthorized Star Wars Story, The~1999 (V) - Himself/Interviewee
Wing Commander~1999 (uncredited) voice - Merlin (see Actor Connections - Film)
Gen 13~1998 voice - Threshold
Watchers Reborn~1998 - Murphy
Hamilton~1998 - Mike Hawkins
Laserhawk~1997 - Bob
Village of the Damned~1995 - Reverend George
New Year's Rotten Eve~1994 - Himself
Raffle, The~1994 - Bernard Wallace
Silk Degrees~1994 - Johnson
Time Runner~1993 - Michael Raynor
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm~1993 voice - Jack Napier/The Joker
Sleepwalkers~1992 (uncredited) - Lieutenant Jennings
G-Men~1991 -
Picture Perfect~1991 - Josh Payton
Wishman~1991 -
Black Magic Woman~1991 - Brad Travis
Flash II: Revenge of the Trickster, The~1991 (V) - The Trickster
Guyver, The~1991 - Max Reed
Une Image de Trop~1991 - Josh Payton
Midnight Ride~1990 - Justin
Chute des Aigles, La~1989 - Peter Froehlich
Slipstream~1989 - Will Tasker
    Making of Slipstream~1989 - himself
Lili - A Song For Berlin~1989 -
Will Rogers Institute Trailer~1985 - himself 2/27/85 first showing
Star Wars: Episode VI  Return of the Jedi~1983 - Luke Skywalker
Britannia Hospital~1982 - Red (see Actor Connections - Film)
Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia, The~1981 - Conrad
Big Red One, The~1980 - Griff (above Lee Marvin)

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back~1980 - Luke Skywalker/Echo Base Announcer "Imperial troops have entered the base!  Imperial troops have entered the base!"
Sam Fuller and the Big Red One~1979 - Himself
Corvette Summer~1978 - Kenneth W. Dantley Jr. (see Actor Connections - Film)
Wizards~1977 - voice of Sean - King of the Fairies
Star Wars~1977 - Luke Skywalker

the Boy Who Loved Deer~1975 - Mr. Humphrey

Film Casting Director
Aero-Troopers: The Nemeclous Crusade~2003

Film Director
LEGO Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick~2005 (V short) (sequence director)
Comic Book: The Movie~2004 (V)

Film Producer
Comic Book: The Movie~2004 (V)
Watchers Reborn~1998 (co-producer)

Film (Special Thanks)
Mr. J~2010 (short)
Legends of the Dark Knight: The History of Batman~2005 (V doc short)
The Birth of the Lightsaber~2004 (V doc short)
The Characters of 'Star Wars'~2004 (V doc short)
The Force Is with Them: the Legacy of 'Star Wars'~2004 (V doc short)
Empire of Dreams: The Story of the 'Star Wars' Trilogy~2004 (V doc) (also: stills and posters courtesy of)

TV  (a small list...Hamill appeared in over 140 TV shows by 1976! And over 400 voice appearances in animated vehicles)
Mark Hamill's Pop Culture Quest~2016 - Himself Host
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway~2016 - Himself - Guest Announcer
Justice League Action~2016 - voices of The Joker/Alec Holland/Swamp Thing in 1.1
Regular Show~2009-2016 - voices of Skips/Wizard/Jones (139 episodes)
Ultimate Spider-Man~2012-2016 - voices of Arnim Zola/Nightmare/Ox (10 episodes)
Uncle Grandpa~2016 - voice of Joss Bossman
Extra~2015 - Himself in 13.6
Five News~2015 - Himself 16 December 2015
Entertainment Tonight~2015 - Himself:
     15 December 2015
     7 December 2015
     3 December 2015
Mark Hamill Goes Undercover as a Stormtrooper~2015 - Himself
Piers Morgan's Life Stories~2015 - Himself in Warwick Davies
LEGO DC Super Heroes: Justice League - Attack of the Legion of Doom!~2015 (V) - The Trickster/Sinestro
Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness~2015 (V) - voice of Zip Elvin
The Flash~2015 - James Jesse in:
     Running to Stand Still
Hunt the Truth~2015 - Dasc Gevadim
     Where the Third Life Shines
     Safe House
Miles from Tomorrowland~2015 - voices of Gadfly Garnett/Good (6 episodes)
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!~2015 - voice of General Stall in Area 51 Adjacent
Regular Show: The Movie~2015 - voice of Skips
Transformers: Rescue Bots~2014-2015 - voice of Woodrow Burns (7 episodes)
Jake and the Never Land Pirates~2014-2015 - voices of ShiverJack/Snow Mug #1 in:
     Into the Heart of Coldness/The Remarkable Beardini!
     Monkey Tiki Trouble/Jake's Cold-Hearted Matey
     ShiverJack/Treasure Tunnel Trouble
Colbert Report~2014 - Himself - guest 18 December 2014
Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas~2014 - voice of Walter (singer: A Christmas Song - Reprise/The Story of Buddy)
Ben 10: Ominiverse~2014 - voices of:
     Maltruant/Red Coat in:
          A New Dawn
     Maltruant in:
          The End of an Era
          It's a Mad, Mad, Mad Ben World: Part 1
          Fight at the Museum
Gravity Falls~2014 - voice of Mysterious Old Man in Into the Bunker
Turbo FAST~2013-2014 - voices of:
     Breakneck in Ready, Set, Glow/Breakneck's Back
     Warlava in:
          SurfN Turf/Hardcase Returns
     Breakneck in Dungball Derby/Ace of Race
Adventure Time~2010-2014 - voices of:
     Fear Feaster/Jordan/Other voice characterizations in Billy's Bucket List
     Fear Feaster/Wizard in Ocean of Fear
     Evil Guy/Punchbowl/Gnome #3 in The Enchiridion!
Star Wars: The Clone Wars~2014 - voice of Darth Bane in Sacrifice
Dragons: Riders of Berk~2012-2014 - voice of Alvin the Treacherous (13 episodes)
The Halloween Pranksta~2014 - voice of Bronte
Tasty Time with ZeFronk~2008-2013 - voice of Dom (8 episodes)
Words with Warwick~2013 - Himself in Mark Hamill
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno~2013 - Himself - 'Jaywalking' Participant in 21.148
Brickleberry~2013 - voice of Bosco in Crippleberry
Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem - A Klok Opera~2013 - voices of Mr. Salacia/Senator Stampingston
Criminal Minds~2013 - John Curtis in:
     The Replicator
     Brothers Hotchner
The Neighbors~2013 - Commander Bill in It Has Begun
Motorcity~2012-2013 - voice of Abraham Kane (12 episodes)
Cartoon Network 20th Anniversary~2012 - voice of Skips
Exchange Student Zero~2012 - voices of King Blackyard/Knig Karuta
Robot Chicken~2005-2012 - voices of The Joker/Jared's Boss/Tournament Announcer/Master Control Program/Jonathan Kent/Iron Man/Howard Cunningham/Narrator/Potato Chip/COBRA Soldier/Burglar (8 episodes)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles~2012 - voice of Kavaxas in Scroll of the Demodragon
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated~2012 - voices of Crybaby Clown/Drill Sergeant in:
     The Night the Clown Cried
     The Night the Clown Cried II: Tears of Doom!
Electric Playground~2012 - Himself in The Stan Lee Spectacular
Indie Cinema Showcase~2012 - Himself in Star Wars Celebration VI Special
unCONventional~2012 - Himself in Battle of the Stan Lee Channel Stars
Comic Con 2012 Live~2012 - Himself
Metalocalypse~2006 2012 - Senator Stampingston/Mr. Selatcia/News Anchor (56 episodes)
Hero Factor~2010-2012 - voices of:
     Black Phantom in Breakout, Parts 1 & 2
     Von Nebula and Von Ness in:
          Von Nebula
          The Enemy Within
Generator Rex~2010-2012 - voices of Quarry/Scientist in:
     Remote Control
     Crash and Burn
Dan Vs.~2011 - voices of:
     Mall Santa in Dan Vs. The Mall Santa
     Dr. Pullum in Dan Vs. The Dentist
Chuck~2011 - Jean-Claude in Chuck Versus the Zoom
NTSF:SD:SUV~2011 - voice of Lundgren in Dolphinnegan's Wake
The Problem Solverz~2011 - voices of:
     Badcat in Badcat
     Buddy Huxton in Funny Facez
The Cleveland Show~2011 - voice of ? in Hot Cocoa Bang Bang
The Super Hero Squad Show~2010-2011 - voice of:
     Chthon in Pedicure and Facial of Doom!
     Red Skull in World War Witch!
     Chthon in Mother of Doom!
     Red Skull in Wrath of the Red Skull!
Le grand journal de Canal+~2010 - Himself 23 April 2010
Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare~2010 (V) - voices of Deacon/Babyface Boretti/Store Owner
Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic~2010 (V) - voice of Turtle
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes~2010 - voice of:
     Ulysses Klaw in Panther's Quest
     Ulysses Klaw in The Man in the Ant Hill
LEGO HERO Factory: Rise of the Rookies~2010 - voice of Von Nebula/Von Ness
Zevo-3~2010 - voices of Stankfoot/Doctor #2/Daddy Foot/Piggman #3/Fisherman (6 episodes)
The Boondocks~2010 - voice of Grant in Mr. Medicinal
Batman: The Brave and the Bold~2010 - voice of The Spectre in:
     Gorillas in Our Midst!
     Chill of the Night!
The New Woody Woodpecker Show~1999-2010 - voices of Buzz Buzzard/Badger (15 episodes)
Robot Astronomy Talk Show~2009 - Himself in Gravity and the Great Attractor
Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too~2009 (V) - voice of Turtle (singer: One Big Happy Family/Just a Few Simple Rules/One Big Happy Family reprise)
Afro Samurai: Resurrection~2009 - voices of Bin/Oden Shop Master (English version)
Happy Tree Friends~2008 - Narrator of YouTube Copyright Lawsuit School
Rick & Steve the Happiest Gay Couple in All the World~2008 - voice of Saul in Labor Days
My Friends Tigger & Pooh~2007-2008 - voice of Turtle in:
     Rabbit's Sound of Silence/Eager Beaver
     Pooh's Double Trouble/Eeyore Sleeps on It
     Many Thanks for Christopher Robin/Turtle's Need for Speed
     Porcupine's Pen Pal/Piglet's Thousand and One Watermelons
Avatar: The Last Airbender~2005-2008 - voices of Firelord Ozai/Phoenix King Ozai (11 episodes)
Codename: Kids Next Door~2002-2008 - voices of Stickybear/Sumo Wrestler/Pirate (9 episodes)
Robot Chicken: Star Wars~2007 - voice of himself? and contributing to the Luke character (Bob Bergen was responsible for all other Luke bits)
GMTV~2007 - Himself 13 July 2007
Futurama: Bender's Big Score~2007 (V) - voice of Chanukah Zombie (singer: Going to War)
SpongeBob SquarePants~2007 - voice of Moth in The Original Fry Cook/Night Light
Random! Cartoons~2007 - voice of Frank the Director in Krunch and the Kid
Gylne tider~2006 - Himself in 3.7
Best Ever Muppet Moments~2006 - Himself
Tom and Jerry in Shiver Me Whiskers~2006 (V) - voice of Skull
Choose Your Own Adventure: The Abominable Snowman~2006 (V) - voice of Jamling
Ultimate Avengers II~2006 (V) - voice of Oiler
Queer Duck: The Movie~2006 (V) - voice of Vendor
Danny Phantom~2006 - voice of Undergrowth in Urban Jungle
Loonatics Unleashed~2006 - voices of Adolpho/Ship Captain in A Creep in the Deep
The Batman~2006 - voice of Tony Zucco in A Matter of Family
Biker Mice from Mars~2006 - voice of Pierre Fluffbottom in Rumpity-Dumpster
Codename: Kids Next Door - Operation Z.E.R.O.~2006 - voice of Stickybeard
Justice League~2002-2006 - voices of The Joker/Solomon Grundy/The Trickster (10 episodes)
Danger Rangers~2006 - voices of Burt/Electrical Worker/Lobster Theodore (also: singer: Common Sense/Don't Touch Them Pills in Medicine Mix Up) (11 episodes) (produced by Star Wars/ROTJ/Raiders alum Howard Kazanjian)
Look! Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman~2006 - Himself (celebrity fan)
Ben & Izzy~2006/7? - voice characterization
Spawn: The Animation~2006 - Twitch
Jeopardy!~2005 - Himself - Clue Giver in 2005 Back to School Week Game 4
Watch the Skies!: Science Fiction, the 1950s and Us~2005 - Narrator
Ultimate Super Heroes, Vixens & Villains~2005 - Himself
Batman: New Times~2005 (V) - voice of The Joker
The Complete Robin Storyboard Sequence~2005 (V) - voice of The Joker
Watch the Skies!: Science Fiction, the 1950s and Us~2005 - Narrator
IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix~2005 - voice (English version) of Yamma in Time to Shine
AFI Tribute to George Lucas~2005 - Himself
Justice League Unlimited~2005 - The Trickster in Flash and Substance
Star Wars: Feel the Force~2005 - Himself
100 Greatest War Films~2005 - Himself
Dinner for Five~2001 - Himself
The Real Glory: Reconstructing The Big Red One~2005 - Himself
Big Spin (California Lottery)~2005 - Himself for charity 4/16/05
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!~2005 - voice of The Skeleton King (13 episodes) (see Actor Connections - TV)
Comic Book: The Movie~2004 (V) - Donald Swan
When Star Wars Rule the World~2004 - Himself
Player$~2004 - Himself in May the Crunk Be With You
E!  101 Most Awesome Moments in Entertainment~2004 - Himself
Ultimate Sci-Fi Top 10~2004 - Himself
Birth of the Lightsaber~2004 - Himself
Characters of 'Star Wars'~2004 - Himself
Force Is With Them, The Legacy of 'Star Wars', The~2004 - Himself
Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy~2004 - Himself
Wrong Coast, The~2004 (mini) - Narrator of Jameson Burkright/Reid The Sincerely Blockbuster Imperative
Johnny Bravo~1997-2004 - voices of: Mark Hamill/Doc/Sea Captain/Principal/Morlok/Clerk/Lobster/Captain/Lord Lard/Jimmy the Hands/Judge/Driver #2/Ron (8 episodes)
Die besten Filme aller Zeiten - Die Show~2004 - Himself
Broadway: The American Musical~2004 - Himself in Puttin gIt Together: 1980-Present
Aero-Troopers: The Nemeclous Crusade~2003 (V) - voice of Older Joshua
Biography~2003 - Himself in Linda Blair: Turning Heads
Nature~2003 - Narrator of Hippo Beach
The Blockbuster Imperative~2003 - Himself - Narrator
The Wrong Coast~2003 - voice of Jameson Burkright
Family Guy~2003 - voice of Luke Skywalker/Obi-Wan Kenobi in When You Wish Upon a Weinstein
Stripperella~2003 - voices of Dr. Cesarian/Nairasec Rotcod/Coroner/Drunken Slob in Beauty and the Obese: Parts 1 and 2
Stuart Little~2003 - voice of Alcon in A Little Bit Country
Monsters Wanted~2002 - various voice characterizations (AMC)
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy~2002-2003 - voices of:
     TV Producer/Vampire/Co-Host in The Crawling Niceness/Smarten Up!/The Grim Show
     Rocko/Judge Bukowski/Man #2 in Hoss Delgado: Spectral Exterminator/Evil on Trail/To Eris Human
Cartoon Network's Funniest Bloopers and Other Embarrassing Moments~2003 - voice of Larry 3000
Time Squad~2001-2003 - voice of Larry 3000/British Officer/Townsperson #13-#14/Copernicus/Police Commish (13 episodes)
Teamo Supremo~2002-2003 - voice of Birthday Bandit in:
     Brenda's Birthday Bandit
     And Then There Were Two/Who Invited the Birthday Bandit?
     It's Crandall's Birthday: Bandit!
Mina And The Count~2003 -  (see Actor Connections - TV)
Clifford the Big Red Dog~2003 - Oscar Owens - Dog House Rock / Guess Who's Coming To Birdwell
Balto: Wolf Quest~2002 (V) - voice of Niju the Evil Wolf (singer: The Grand Design)
The National Body Challenge~2002 - Narrator
Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe In Santa~2002  - Eric
Rocket Power~2002 -  Ralph Sr. in Home Sweet Home/What A Tangled Web We Ski
What's New, Scooby-Doo?~2002-2003 - voices of:
     Barge Captain in Pompeii and Circumstance
     Tommy's Father in Scooby-Doo Christmas
Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa~2002 - voice of Eric
Birds of Prey~2002 - voice of The Joker in Premiere
Static Shock~2002 - Joker - The Big Leagues
Dexter's Laboratory~2002 - Magic Uncle Ferger O'Reilly in That Magic Moment
+ de cinéma~2001 - Himself 28 September 2001
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker~2000 (V) - voice of The Joker/Jordan Price
Gen¹³~2000 (V) - voices of Threshold/Matthew Callahan
Joseph: King of Dreams~2000 (V) - voice of Judah
Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders~2000 (V) - voice of Steve
Son of the Beach~2000 - The Divine Rod Petrie in:
     Taco Lips Now: Part 1 & 2
     Rod Srikes Back
     Eat My Muffin
Totally Spies!~2002 - voice of Principal John Smith in Soul Collector
Rocket Power~2002 - voice of Ralph Sr. in Home Sweet Home/What a Tangled Web We Ski
V.I.P.~2001 - Ned Irons in The Uncle From V.A.L.
The New Scooby-Doo Movies~2001 - voice of Shifty/Himself in Night of the Living Doo
Samurai Jack~2001 - Guiness/Other Fishermen in IX (Jack Under the Sea)
AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies~2001 - Himself
Hamilton~2001 - Mike Hawkins in 1.1-1.4
The Oblongs~2001 - Mr. Phugly in Milo Interrupted
Ferret and Parrot~2001 - voice of Ferret
The Test~2001 - Himself - Panelist in The Revenge Test
The Man Who Walks with Bears~2001 - Narrator
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Harrison Ford~2000 - Himself
The Christmas Lamb~2000 - voice of Kobash
Pepper Ann~1999-2000 - Himself (and other voice characterizations) in:
     The Finale
     Unhappy Campers/The Search for Pepper Ann Pearson
     Beyond Good and Evel/One of the Guys
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command~2000 - voice of Flint in Planet of the Lost
Hollywood Off-Ramp~2000 - Alex Cross in Murder: Take 2, 3, 4...
E! Hollywood Story~2000 - Himself  in "True Story of Eight is Enough"
Sinbad: Beyond The Mists~2000 - voice of Captain of the Guard
Castle In The Air~2000 - voice of Muska
Earth Day~2000 - Dr Bob
Oh Yeah! Cartoons~2000 - voice of Bananas/Dad in The Really Bad Day/Baxter and bananas: Monkey See, Monkey Don't!/Tales from the Goose Lady: The Fisherman, the Fisherman's Wife, and the Fish (segment: Baxter and Bananas: Monkey See, Monkey Don't!)
Warp~1999 - Himself in 1.1
Batman Beyond~1999 - voices of:
     Carter in Out of the Past
     The Joker in Return of the Joker
.COM~1999 - Show Host
Ancient Voices~1999 Narrator:  (Thanks to DarthCharlie32 for the alert!)
    Seeking Noah's Flood
    Riddle Of Nubia's Tombs
    Mazes & Labyrinths - Solving Ancient Puzzles
    The Secret Of Stonehenge
    The Search For El Dorado
    Egypt's Lost City
    Aztecs - Inside The Hidden Empire
    In Pursuit Of The Holy Grail
    Cahokia - America's Lost City
    Traders Of The Dead Sea Scrolls
The New Woody Woodpecker Show~1999 - voice of Buzz Buzzard
Night of the Headless Horseman, The~1999 - voice of Van Ripper
Powerpuff Girls, The~1999 - voice of Cat in Cat Man Do
Hamilton bakom kulisserna~1998 - Hawkins
Scooby Doo on Zombie Island~1998 (V) - voice of Snakebite Scruggs
The Batman/Superman Movie~1998 - voice of The Joker
The Simpsons~1998 - voice of Himself/Leavelle in Mayored to the Mob (singer: Hooray for Hollywood/Luck Be a Lady)
Men in Black: The Series~1998 - voice of ? in The Little Big Man Syndrome
I Am Weasel~1998 - voice of Yellow Haired Guest in The Hole
It's True~1998 - Herbert/Albert/Granny Rumford in The Rats of Fumfordton (pilot)
Adventures from the Book of Virtues~1996-1998 - voices of:
     St. George in Selflessness
     Theseus/Mouse/Soldier in Courage
Cow and Chicken~1997 - voice of Vet/Weenie Dog in The Karate Chick/Yard Sale
Spider-Man~1995-1998 - voices of Hobgoblin/Jason Phillips/Jason Philip Macendale (8 episodes)
It's True!~1998 - Herbert Rumford/Albert Rumford/Granny Rumford in The Rats of Rumfordton (pilot)
Super Structures of the World~1998 - Host/Narrator
Unnatrual History~1996-1997 - Narrator:
     Prophecies and Ghostly Voices
     Vampires and Witches
     Mythical Beasts and Monsters
     UFOs and Alien Encounters
Gomorron~1998 - Himself in Om filmen 'Hamilton'
Just Shoot Me~1997 - Himself in The List
When Time Expires~1997 - Bill Thermot
The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest~1997 - voice of The Joker
The Legend of Calamity Jane~1997 - voice (English version) characterizations (13 episodes)
New Batman/Superman Adventures, The~1997 - voice of The Joker (also: singer: Rock-A-Bye Baby in Mad Love) (5 episodes)
Pepper Ann~1997 - voice of Himself in Portrait of the Artist as a Young Milo/The Sisterhood
Sci-Fi Files, The~1997  - Narrator:
    Spaceships & Aliens
    Children of Frankenstein
    March of the Machines
    Living in the Future
Hollywood Aliens & Monsters~1997  - Himself/Narrator
Tæt på troldmanden George Lucas~1997 - Himself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien~1994-1997 - Himself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show~1997 - Himself 18 March 1997
Saturday Night Live~1997 - Himself (#22.15)
Superman~1997 - voice of the Joker in The World's Finest: Parts I-III
The Blues Brothers Animated Series~1997 - voice of Detective Armbrister
Pinky and the Brain~1997 voice - Jimmy Joe Jr. in Brain Acres
Space Ghost Coast to Coast~1997 - Himself in Switcheroo II
3rd Rock from the Sun~1997 - Himself in 15 Minutes of Dick
When Time Expires~1997 - Bill Thermot - Beck's Former Partner
The Incredible Hulk~1996-1997 - voices of Gargoyle/Tong-Zing (11 episodes)
The Real Adventures of Jonny quest~1996-1997 -
     General Vostok/Guard in General Winter
     Vostok in Rock of Rages
     Eldoradoan in In the Realm of the Condor
Batman: Gotham Nights~1997 - voice of The Joker in:
     Holiday Nights;
     Joker's Millions;
     Old Wounds;
     Beware The Creeper;
     Mad Love
Hunt For Amazing Treasures~1997 - Narrator of:
     The Treasure fleet of King Philip of Spain Sunk in 1715.
     Roman Empire Coins Found in Hoxen England.
     The Search for the Steamship Arabia.
     The Michael Och’s Celebrity Photo Archives.
     The Search for the Capatana Ruby.
     The Restoration of the Greer Black Prudhomme Dragster.
     Gem Mountain mine in North Carolina.
     George Washington’s original Inaugural Address.
     The Lost City of Ubar.
     LAPD art theft squad.
     The search for the Maltese Falcon.
     Turn of the century red light district in LA.
Star Wars: The Magic and the Mystery~1997 - Himself
The Sci-Fi Files~1997 - Narrator
The Daily Show~1997 - Himself on Mark Hamill
To the Galaxy and Beyond with Mark Hamill~1997 - Himself - Host

Media on SW: SE releases:
           Access Hollywood
     David Allen Grier Show
          CNN Showbiz Today
     Good Morning America
          Sci-Fi Channel
          E! Behind The Scenes
     Entertainment Tonight
          Fox Network
     Rosie O'Donnell
     The Late Show
           NBC Today Show
     Time & Again
          GMTV (UK)
     The Big Breakfast (UK)
           Electric Circus (UK)
     Omnibus (UK)
           MTV Special
     E! Uncut
           Sci-Fi Vortex

The Cartoon Cartoon Show~1995-1997 - voices of:
     King Raymond in Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women
     Count in Mina the Count: Interlude with a Vampire
The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper~1996 - voices of The Ghost of Chritmas Present/ezra Hazzard in A christmas Peril/Ms. Banshee's Holiday Hits/Good Morning Dr. Harvey/Fright Before Christmas
Outer Limits, The~1996 - Dr Sam Stein in Mind Over Matter
Mad TV~1995 - Mr Swan in 3.17 and 5.15
Spider-Man~1995 voice - Hobgoblin 1996
Hey Arnold!~1996 - voice of:
     Policeman in Wheezin' Ed
     Homeless Man/Policeman in Das Subway
Bruno the Kid: The Animated Movie~1996 (V) - voice of Harris
Bruno the Kid~1996 - Harris and other voice characterizations (36 episodes)
Tonight Show with Jay Leno~1996 - Himself
Personal FX~1996 - Himself
Mike & Maty~1996 - Himself
Anti Gravity Room~1996 - himself
Space Cases~1996 -  Pel a Fernaherna in Day in the Life, A 1996
My Kids~1996 - Himself - Host
Wing Commander Academy~1996 - (voice) Christopher "Maverick" Blair
Phantom 2040~1994-1995 - voice of Dr. Jak (21 episodes)
The Tick~1994 voice - Julius Pendecker in Devil in Diapers
Savage Dragon, The~1996 - voice characterizations
Gamesmaster~1995 - Himself in 5.10
The Anti-Gravity Room~1995 - Himself in:
Fantastic Four~1994-1995 - voices of Maximus the Mad/Maximus/Sentry/Triton in:
     Inhumans Saga: Par 3: Beware the hidden Land
     The Sentry Sinister
Spider-Man: Sins of the Fathers~1996  voice - Jason Phillips/Hobgoblin
Feakazoid!~1995 - voice of Himself in And Fanboy is His Name
SeaQuest DSV (SeaQuest 2032)~1995 - Tobias LeConte in:
     Dream Weaver
What a Mess~1995 - voices of various characterizations in:
     Out iwth the Garbage/Dr. What a Mess
     What a Mess and the Hariy Monster/Trick or Treat/My Teatime with Frank
     Shampooed/Show and Tail
Garfield and Friends~1994
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron~1993-1994 - voices of Burke/Jonny K./SurferEnforcer Pilot (8 episodes)
Magic Flute~1994 - Prince Tamino
Savage Dragon, The~1994 - voice characterizations
Ren & Stimpy~1994 - voices of Mr. Noggin (disembodied head) in Bellhops/Dog Tags
Red Planet~1994 - voice of James Marlowe in 1.1-1.3
New Adventures of Captain Planet~1994 - voices
John Carpenter's Body Bags~1994 - Brent Matthews in The Eye
TV's Censored Bloopers~1994 - Himself
Howard Stern~1994 - Himself 6 July 1994
Going Live!~1989 - Himself in 2.19
Forbidden Places~1994 - Narrator of Silent Witness
Entertainment Tonight~1994 - Himself on WCIII
CNN Showbiz Today~1994 - Himself on Wing Commander III (12/29/94)
Late Night With Conan O'Brien~1994 - Himself in 1/3/94
Burke's Law~1994 - Simon the Sorcerer in Who Killed Alexander the Great?
Animaniacs~1994 - Johnny Badnote in  Karaoke Dokie / Cranial Crusader / The Chicken Who Loved Me
Bonkers~1994 - voice characterizations in A Fine Kettle of Toons
Batman: The Animated Series~1992-1994 - voices of The Joker/Jack Napier/Waiter/Ferris Boyle (also: singer: Jingle Bells, Batman Smells/Deck the halls in Christmas with the Joker) (15 episodes)
Body Bags~1993 - Brent Matthew (segment: Eye) (see Actor Connections - TV)
The Little Mermaid~1992-1993 - voices of:
     Zeus and Needlefish in Tail of Two Crabs
     Hans Christian Anderson in Metal Fish
Wild West C.O.W.boys at Moo Mesa~1993 - voice characterizations in Cricus Daze
Biker Mice From Mars~1993 - voice of L'Ectromag in The Reeking Reign of the Head Cheese: Part 2
Secret Squirrel~1993 - voice of the Australian Platypus
Phantom 2040~1993 - voice of Dr. Jax
Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby~1993 - voice of Slick
Une image de trop (Picture Perfect)~1993 - Josh Payton
The Legend of Prince Valiant~1992 - voice of King Weldon
Commander Toad In Space~1992 - The Royal Phisbin
QVC First Star Wars Show~1992 - himself guest host
Earth Angel~1991 - Wayne Stein
Wishman~1991 - ?
Gman~1991 -
Entertainment Tonight~1991 - himself
The Flash~1991 - The Trickster, a.k.a. James Jesse in:
     The Trickster
     Trial of the Trickster
Radio 1990~1990 -
Stars Fantastic! (UK)~1989 - himself
Hooperman~1989 - Producer in Intolerance/ Gary Boxstein in Tenement of Blood
MTV's At The Movies~1989 - Himself (Feb)
Going Live! (UK)~1989 - Himself with Kenny Baker (Feb 11)
Gloria Hunniford (UK)~1989 - Himself
Wogan (UK)~1989 - Himself (Feb 10)
Good Morning Britain~1989 - Himself (Feb 9)
The Morning Exchange~1988 - Himself in 17 June 1988
The 9th Annual CableACE Awards~1988 - Himself
Amazing Stories~1987 - Jonathan Quick in Gather Ye Acorns
VJ~1987 - himself
41st Annual Tony Awards~1987 - Himself
Bear Aid~1987 - Himself
Alfred Hitchcock Presents~1987 - Danny Carlyle in Man on the Edge
Sir Alec Guinness Tribute at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall~1987 - Himself (April 27)
CNN News~1987 - Himself on 10 yr anniversary of Star Wars
Amazing Stories~1986 - Jonathan Quick in Gather Ye Acorns (#1.16) 2/2/1986
NBC's Today Show~1986 - Himself
Jerry Lewis' Labor Day Telethon~1986 - Himself
Rally In The Alley~1986 - Himself 5/6/86
Hands Across America~1986 - Himself 5/25/86
CBS News at 5~1986 - Himself on play Room Service 2/5/86
Captain Eo Grand Opening~1986 - Himself 11/20/86
Broadway Applauds Lincoln Center~1985 - Himself 4/14/86
Today Show, The~1986 - Himself 3/4/86
Opportunity~1985 - Himself (music video clip)
MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour~1985 - Himself
Live From the Hard Rock Cafe~1985 - Himself
Will the Lights Go Out On Broadway?~1985 - Himself 2/4/85 (partial TV broadcast from the radio presentation 6/6/85)
Night of 100 Stars~1985 - Himself
Jerry Lewis' Labor Day Telethon~1985 - Himself (1/85)
Live At Five~1985 - Himself
American Portrait~1985 - Himself (11/84)
Star Wars Wrap Around~1984 - Himself
What Price Fame~1984 - Himself
Live at Five~1984 - Himself
CBS Broadcast of Star Wars~1984 - Himself as host
Tony Awards, The~1983 - Himself
Merv Griffin~1983 - Himself
Hour Magazine~1983 - Himself
Antoinette Perry Awards~1983 - Himself
Late Night with David Letterman~1983 - Himself 20 June 1983
The 27th Annual Tony Awards~1983 - HImself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Play
From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga~1983 - Himself (narrator) 12/3/83
Classic Creatures: Return of the Jedi~1983 - Himself
An American Profile~1983 - Himself 11/13/83
David Letterman~1982 - Himself
Entertainment Tonight~1982 - Interview as himself promoting Amadeus (Broadway)
Jane Fonda's Celebrity Fashion Show~1982 - Himself 8/21/82
The Rainbow Patch~1981 - Rainbow Forest Ranger & Captain Brave in 10/21/81
Fridays~1981 - Himself - Host in 2.25
The 7th Annual People's Choice Awards~1981 - Himself - Accepting Award for Favorite Motion Picture
Tomorrow (Tom Snyder)~1981 - Himself
Tomorrow Show Coast to Coast, The~1981 - Himself
Movie Blockbusters~1981 - Himself
The Great Space Coaster~1981 - various voice characterizations (including himself) in Change Your Image Cheap ; The Coaster Car; The Fan; The Crazy Gun Show
Fridays~1981 -
    Alberto in Close Encounters of the Third World
    Bob Sterges in Men Who Hug
    third sketch, unknown title 5/7/81
Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Awards~1980 - Himself
The 1980 Sci-Fi Awards~1980 - Himself - Host
Tele Bingo (Dutch)~1980 - Himself
Disco '80 (Germany)~1980 - Himself
???~1980 - Himself with Harrison Ford
Jane Pauley~1980 - Himself
Kids Are People Too~1980 - Himself describing wanting to fly after seeing Peter Pan as a boy.  And as himself playing against the Space Invaders champion; in 1981 himself describing some of his boyhood and family influences.
SPFX: The Empire Strikes Back~1980 (PBS) - Himself - Host
The Risk Business~1980 - Himself in The Movie
Christmas in Japan~1980 - Himself as a guest describing Christmas traditions in Japan (having lived there)
The Muppet Show~1979 - Himself/Luke Skywalker in The Stars of Star Wars
Arena (BBC)~1978 - Himself with Gary Kurtz
35th Annual Golden Globe Awards~1978 - Presenter
50th Academy Awards~1978 - Presenter of the Visual Effects Award (Special Technical Award)
Star Wars Holiday Special, The~1978  - Luke Skywalker
The Mike Douglas Show~1977-1978 - Himself/Co-Host in:
Good Morning America~1978 - Himself 29 May 1978
America 2-Night~1978 - Himself in Legalizing Prostitution
The 50th Annual Academy Awards~1978 - Himself - Presenter: Special Technical Awards
Science Fiction Film Awards~1978 - Himself - Presenter
Bob Hope's Christmas Special~1977 - Luke in a Star Wars spoof sketch (Bob Hope was Barf Vader and Olivia Newton John was the Princess)
Dinah!~1977 - Himself:
     10 October 1977
     13 July 1977
The Carol Burnett Show~1977 - cameo as Luke Skywalker
The Merv Griffin Show~1977 - Himself 20 July 1977
Fred Flintstone and Friends~1977 - voice characterizations
The Making of Star Wars~1977 - Himself
Today (NBC's Today Show)~1977 - Himself:
     11 July 1977
     8 July 1977
Eight Is Enough~1977 - David Bradford (the original) in Never Try Eating Nectarines Since Juice May Dispense
The Streets of San Francisco~1975-1977 -
     Billy Wilson in Innocent No More
     Andrew 'Andy' Turner in Poisoned Snow
The City~1977 - Eugene Banks
Medical Center~1976 - Danny in You Can't Annul My Baby
Marcus Welby, M.D.~1976 -
One Day at a Time~1976 - Harvey Schneider in Schneider's Pride and Joy
Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence~1976  Joe Celli
Petrocelli~1975 -
     Dennis Wylie in The Gamblers
     David Mitchell in The Outsiders
Eric~1975 - Paul Swensen
Bronk~1975 - Kevin Bossick in Line of Fire
Delancey Street: The Crisis Within~1975 - Philip Donaldson
The Texas Wheelers~1974-1975 - Doobie Wheeler (13 episodes 7 aired)
Lucas Tanner~1975 - Craig Stanton in A Touch of Bribery
Sarah T. - Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic~1975 - Ken Newkirk
The Manhunter~1974 - Mark in The Lodestar Ambush
Insight~1974 - Steve Fleming in When You See Arcturus
Jeannie~1973 (animated series) - voice of Corey Anders (as Marc Hammil 16 episodes out of 48 filmed)

"Surfs Up” (#1.1) 9/9/73
“The Decathlon” (#1.2) 9/16/73
"The Great Ski Robbery"
“Survival Course” (#1.4)  9/30/73
“The Power Failure” (#1.5)  10/7/73
“The Dognappers” (#1.6) 10/14/73
“The Pigeon” (#1.7) 10/21/73
“Helen of Troy” (#1.8) 10/28/73
"The Sailors"
“The Kid Brother” (#1.10) 11/11/73
“The Blind Date” (#1.12) 11/18/73
“The Commercial” (#1.13) 11/25/73
“Don Juan” (#1.14) 12/2/73
“The Dog” (#1.15) 12/9/73
“The Jinx” (#1.16) 12/16/73
“The Wish” (#1.17) 12/23/73
New Scooby-Doo Movies, The~1973 - voices of:
     Windmaker #2 in The Weird Winds on Winona
     Corey Anders in Mystery In Persia
     Announcer in Mystery of Haunted Island
Room 222~1973 - Matt Evans in:
    I've Got the Hammer, If You've Got the Thumb
    Here's The Boy Most Likely
The Magician~1973 - Ian Keefer in Lightning On a Dry Day (foreground)
Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law~1972-1973 -
    Steven Knight in The Pool House
    Freddy Marshall in ??
    Peter 'Pete' Hamilton in Smiles From Yesterday
General Hospital~1972-1973 - Kent Murray 1972-3 (51 episodes)
The F.B.I.~1972 - Michael Nabors in The Corruptor

Night Gallery~1972 - Francis the Messenger Boy in There Aren't Any More McBanes
Cannon~1971 - Farm Boy in Country Blues
Partridge Family, The~1971 - Jerry in Old Scrapmouth
The Bill Cosby Show~1970 - Henry - a student - in The Poet
The Headmaster~1970 - Allan in The Experiment

TV Director
Comic Book: The Movie~2003
Monsters Wanted~2002

TV Producer
Mark Hamill's Pop Culture Quest~2016 (executive producer)
The Halloween Pranksta~2014
The Wrong Coast~2004 (executive producer)
Monsters Wanted~2002

TV (Thanks)
The Best of Hollywood~1998 (doc)

TV Writer
Wrong Coast, The~2004
V.I.P.~ -contributor
Monsters Wanted~2002
Seeing Ear Theatre : A Sci-Fi Channel Presentation~  - contributor

Monkey Talk with Paul Dini~2006 - Himself/guest 3/15/06

Comcast: Comtastic!~2005
Video Entertainment System (Cartoon Network) - Announcer
Star Wars: The New Jedi Order, Vector Prime (TV ad)~1999
Marsh Supermarkts~1999 [1] The Force is still with me [2] with Don Marsh
Get High On Yourself~1981 - himself (anti drug campaign) 9/20-27/1981
Kraft 'Roku Blue' salad dressing~1975 - Soda Jerk
Kodak~1974 -

Mark and Brian Christmas Special~1997 - himself/ Scrooge
Howard Stern~1994-1996 - himself multiple appearances
Star Sounds Cinema (UK)~1988 - himself 6/6/88
WNEW 102 FM (NY)~1985 - himself
Radio K-Earth (K-Earth 101 L.A.)~1983 - himself

Star Wars Radio Dramas~1981 - Luke Skywalker
Star Wars:
A Wind to Shake the Stars
Points of Origin Black Knight, White Princess, and Pawns
While Giants Mark Time
Jedi that Was; Jedi to Be
The Millennium Falcon Deal
The Han Solo Solution
Death Star’s Transit
Rogues, Rebels, and Robots
The Luke Skywalker Initiative
The Jedi Nexus
The Case for the Rebellion
Force and Counter-force
The Empire Strikes Back (2/14-18/1983):

Freedom’s Winter
The Coming Storm
A Question of Survival
Fire and Ice
The Millennium Falcon Pursuit
The Way of the Jedi
New Allies, New Enemies
The Dark Lord’s Fury
Gamblers Choice
The Clash of the Lightsabers

KPLA Interview~1976 - himself and Harrison Ford interviewed before Star Wars release

The Black Pearl~1996 - (graphic novel)

Audio Books
World War Z~2006 - voice of U.S. Army Soldier
The Adventures of Pinocchio (1-Audio Cassette)  (voice?)
Norby the Mixed Up Robot (audio cassette)~1986 - All of the characters voiced by Mark Hamill
Batman : Legends of Robin~1996 (audio cassette) - (voice?)

Porgy and Bess~2006 - (Alameda County Dinner Theatre, Alameda, CA)
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks~2003 - Michael Minetti (Belasco Theatre, New York, NY)
The Nerd~1987/8 - Willum Cubbert (Helen Hayes Theatre, New York, NY)
Pinnochio~1987 - Narrator
Room Service~1986 - Gordon Miller (Roundabout Theatre, New York, NY)
Harrigan 'n' Hart~1985 - Tony Hart (Longacre Theatre, New York, NY)
Amadeus~1980-1983 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Broadhurst Theatre, New York, NY)
Hamill (left) with actor John Wood in Amadeus
The Elephant Man~1981 - John Merrick (21 performances Booth Theatre, New York, NY)
Antheism E Flat Callipee (written by a college friend)
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown~1968 - Snoopy (Japan)

Live Performances
Nextoons: The Nicktoons Film Festival~2005 - Judge (Nicktoons Studios, Burbank, CA)

Music Videos
Rock A Lot~1988

Theme Parks/Museums
Witch’s Dungeon Classic Movie Museum~2004 - recorded a special track for the dioramas at the museum in Bristol, Connecticut
Mars: Return to the Red Planet~1999 - pre-recorded narrator (various planetariums around the US)

Video Games (voice)
Squadron 42~2016 - Lt. Commander Steve 'Old Man' Colton
Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars~2016 - Arnim Zola
Batgirl: A Matter of Family~2015 - The Joker
Batman: Arkham Knight~2015 - The Joker (singer: Look Who's Laughing Now)
DC Universe Online: The Last Laugh~2012 - The Joker
Batman: Arkham City Lockdown~2011 - The Joker (singer: Only You - And You Alone)
Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat~2011 - Red Skull
Batman: Arkham City~2011 - The Joker
DC Universe Online~2011 - The Joker
Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet~2010 - Red Skull
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep~2010 - Master Eraqus
Darksiders~2010 - The Watcher
Batman: Arkham Asylum~2009 - The Joker/Scarface/Cop 32
FusionFall~2009 - Stickybeard
Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the Inferno~2008 - Fire Lord Ozai
Crash: Mind Over Mutant~2008 - Znus
The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon~2008 - Malefor - The Dark Master
Yakuza~2005 - Majima (English version)
Call of Duty 2: Big Red One~2005 - Narrator
Call of Duty 2~2005 - Narrator
Codename: Kids Next Door Operation - Video Game~2005 - Stickybeard
Dark Cloud 2~2003 - Emperor Griffon (English version)
X2 - Wolverine's Revenge~2003 - Wolverine
Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian, The~2002 - Apep/Wounded Akkadian/Soldier #1
Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix~2002 - Assistant Director Wilson (see Actor Connections - Video Games)
Grandia Xtreme~2002- Colonel Kroitz
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex~2001 - Py-Ro - The Fire Elemental
Batman: Vengeance~2001 - The Joker/Dr. Isaac Evers
Forgotten Realms: Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter~2001 - Male Protagonist #3
Starsiege~1999 - Harabec
Full Throttle~1995 - Adrian 'Rip' Ripburger/Emmet/Todd Newlan
Wing Commander: Prophecy~1997  - Commodore Christopher Blair
Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom~1995  - Colonel Christopher Blair
Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger~1994  - Colonel Christopher 'Maverick' Blair
The Adventures of Batman & Robin~1994 - The Joker
Bouncers~1994 - Ugh/Chip/Dash
Gabriel Night: Sins of the Fathers~1993 - Detective Mosely/Jeep Driver
Star Wars~1983 - Luke Skywalker (archive footage)

Earth Day~1999
Seeing Ear Theater~1997
The Site~1997
Wizard On-Line~1996
Celebrity Circle~1996
PC Family Online~1996
Prodigy Online~1995

Awards, Honors, and Nominations
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films (Saturn Award):
Rec'd 1984  Best Actor for Return of the Jedi
Rec'd 1981 Best Actor for The Empire Strikes Back
Rec'd 1978 Best Actor - Science Fiction for Star Wars
Annie Awards:
Nom 2001  Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Feature Production for: Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (V) As the voice of The Joker
Drama Desk Award:
Nom 1985 Best Actor of the Year for Herrigan and Hart
DVD Exclusive Awards:
Nom 2005 Best ?? for Comic Book: The Movie
Rec'd 2001 Best Animated Character Performance for Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker as the Joker
ShoWest Convention:
Rec'd 1978 Male Star of Tomorrow

2006 - Hamill coaches a junior league football team (Thanks to BlueJedi89!)

2005 - was a "hero" in Target's A Time for Heroes (Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation event)

2004 - Hamill was a special guest at the California Independent Film Festival

Hamill did all of his own stunts for TESB and ROTJ, except where Luke was sucked out of a window on the Cloud City set.

Was originally cast as David on the TV show Eight is Enough.

Was in an accident, in early 1977, while driving his brand new BMW, 'way too fast....the music was blaring....lost control...spun out and down a 30 ft embankment and crashed the car'.  The accident  fractured a cheekbone and nearly wiped the nose from his face, it took 3 operations to rebuild it.
Hamill asked Lucas if the Wampa scene was written because of the accident and Lucas replied 'No, Luke was always captured by the Wampa'

Hamill was the only actor on the set of TESB that knew that Vader was Luke's father, the rest of the cast and crew heard Vader's line as, 'You don't know the truth.  Obi-Wan killed your father' - the London Sun newspaper headlines 3 days later...ALEC GUINNESS TOP BADDIE IN STAR WARS SEQUEL

Auditioned for the Japanese anime 'Astroboy'

Wrote the graphic novel The Black Pearl

His first paying role was for $300 on the Cosby Show

Earned 1/4 of a % of Star Wars profits

Advice for a long marriage: 'Don't cheat'

Has lived in CA-Oakland, San Jose, San Diego; NY-Brooklyn, VA, PA and Japan

Starred on Broadway in Harrigan & Hart

Paints watercolors and has done  illustration for comics

Considered for a part in Apocalypse Now

Played Sean in 1977's Wizards (one of the first big animated movies)

Is left-handed

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