Has George Lucas Been in a Star Wars Movie?

Have you ever wondered if George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars, has made any appearances in the iconic movie franchise? Well, the answer is yes! While he may not be a main character or even have a speaking role, George Lucas has made a few cameo appearances in some of the Star Wars movies.

Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

In Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, George Lucas can be seen in a brief cameo appearance during one of the scenes in the Jedi Temple. He plays a blue-skinned Baron Papanoida, who is seen walking with his daughters. This was an uncredited role and many fans may not have even noticed his appearance.

Episode II: Attack of the Clones

In Episode II: Attack of the Clones, George Lucas can also be spotted in another cameo appearance. During one of the scenes set on Coruscant, he can be seen as a patron at a nightclub called “Outlander Club”. This time he played an uncredited role as an extra.

The Clone Wars

Aside from his live-action cameos, George Lucas also appeared as an animated character in The Clone Wars animated series. In season four episode “Crisis on Naboo”, he voiced an animated version of himself alongside other characters such as Yoda and Mace Windu.


So there you have it – George Lucas has indeed made some appearances in Star Wars movies and TV shows over the years. While these were small roles or voice overs, they are still fun Easter eggs for fans to spot and enjoy. Keep your eyes peeled for any future appearances from this legendary filmmaker!

  • Fun fact: George Lucas was actually offered a larger role in Revenge of the Sith as Sio Bibble but turned it down.
  • Another fun fact: Lucas also made a cameo appearance in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom as a tourist.