Pedro Pascal graced the cover of this week’s Variety and opened up about his breakout success in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian. The 45-year-old Chilean–American actor was in a self-deprecating mode while talking about himself as the current ‘face’ of the Star Wars franchise, though he joked he was more of a ‘silhouette.’ Instead, Pascal claimed that the Child, better known as Baby Yoda, was the real star of the show. Rising star: Pedro Pascal, 45, graced the cover of this week’s Variety and opened up about his breakout success in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian When the interviewer, Adam B. Vary, asked Pascal about becoming the most recognizable Star Wars actor while the films remain dormant, the star brushed him off. ‘I mean, come on, there isn’t a face!’ he said, laughing. ‘If you want to say, “You're the silhouette” — which is also a team effort — then, yeah.’ Pascal wasn’t just being modest when he called it a team effort, as the majority of the first season featured his stuntmen Brendan Wayne and Lateef Crowder in the Mandalorian’s suit, while he only recorded the dialogue. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The Mandalorian shares character posters of Din Djarin,… Read full this story
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