In honor of the upcoming giant movie release, Star Wars The Force Awakens, here's a giant treat for all the fellow Star Wars nerds out there- a HUGE list of all the characters from the expanded universe.
Multi-appendiged medical droid in the service of Darth Plagueis and Weldon Hord.
Medical droid that repairs Luke Skywalker's hand in The Empire Strikes Back, and makes an appearance in the interweaving Tales of the Bounty Hunters.
A WED-15 Treadwell droid serving the republic. appears in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
A bounty hunter droid in The Empire Strikes Back. 4-LOM was an ambitious protocol droid who overwrote his own programming to embark on a life of crime. Portrayed by Chris Parsons.
A torture droid working for Jabba the Hutt in Return of the Jedi.
A droid working with Jerec in Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II.
A defective Clone trooper who helped the Domino Squad in the Clone Wars.
also known as Triple-Zero, was a protocol droid designed to specialise in etiquette, customs, translation and torture. in Star Wars: Darth Vader
Ask Aak — portrayed by Steven Boyle (Episode II) and Paul Spence (Episode III)
Gran Senator who represented Malastare in the Galactic Senate during the final decade of the Galactic Republic. He was one of Palpatine's loyalists. Appeared in Episodes II and III of the Prequel Trilogy.
A dark side entity, Abeloth began as a mortal woman who came across the immortal Force entities, the Ones, on their mysterious homeworld. Taking on the mantle of the Mother, Abeloth helped the The Father keep the peace between her warring Son and Daughter for many years. However, fearing her own mortality, the Mother bathed in the Pool of Knowledge and drank from the Font of Power, in hopes of remaining with her immortal family. The result was that she became the dark side entity Abeloth. Working with the insectoid Killik race, the Ones worked together to construct Centerpoint Station, which they used to imprison Abeloth on their planet, surrounding it with a cluster of black holes, later known as the Maw. Following this Abeloth's family relocated to the mysterious planet Mortis, leaving her to her lonely prison. Millennia later, following the actions of the Sith Lord Darth Caedus, the Jedi (led by Jedi Grand Master Luke Skywalker) launched an attack on Centerpoint and destroyed the ancient space station. This resulted in the eventual destruction of Sinkhole Station, allowing Abeloth to finally leave her prison. Using her dark side powers, Abeloth possessed the charismatic Senator Rokari Kem, whom she used to assume control of the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances, as well as the Lost Tribe of the Sith (after her murder of Sith Grand Lord Darish Vol). She was eventually destroyed by the combined efforts of Skywalker and his Sith counterpart, Darth Krayt, leader of the One Sith.
Admiral Gial Ackbar — portrayed by Timothy M. Rose and voiced by Erik Bauersfeld
Commands the Rebel fleet in their attack against the second Death Star in Return of the Jedi. Ackbar was a Mon Calamari leader and military commander. Aptly given a name that means "selfless servant," Ackbar devoted himself to the cause of galactic freedom and became the foremost military commander of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, having previously been an Imperial slave, and the later New Republic. He later dies during the New Jedi Order era, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, but not before masterminding the Ebaq 9 assault that devastated the Yuuzhan Vong fleet and resulted in Warmaster Tsavong Lah's death.
Ongree mayor of Uscru Entertainment District on Coruscant. He was seen outside the Outlander Club in Attack of the Clones.
King of Korriban during the time of the First Sith Empire. His reign lasted nearly three hundred years.
Weequay drum player for the Max Rebo Band in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.
Stass Allie — portrayed by Lily Nyamwasa and Nina Fallon
Tholothian Jedi Master and Jedi Council member in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
Almec — voiced by Julian Holloway
Mandalorian politician who served as Prime Minister of Mandalore during the Clone Wars. He was a prominent supporter of Satine Kryze and her New Mandalorian government. He was imprisoned for his involvement in an illegal smuggling ring, but was later freed and reinstated as Prime Minister after Darth Maul took over the New Mandalorian capital city of Sundari.
Mas Amedda — portrayed by Jerome Blake and David Bowers
Vice chair of the Galactic Senate. Blake played the character in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Bowers played him in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and both actors appeared in the role for Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
Human friend of Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace. Was portrayed by George Lucas's daughter Katie Lucas, credited as Jenna Green.
Padmé Amidala — portrayed by Natalie Portman
Child queen, and later Senator, of Naboo, who marries Anakin Skywalker and dies giving birth to Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa Solo.
The self-styled "Immortal God-King of Prakith" who reigned as Dark Lord of the Sith during the Hundred-Year Darkness. He left behind a holocron that supposedly held the secret to immortality.
A Yuuzhan Vong character prominent throughout The New Jedi Order series of novels, published from 1999 to 2003. He was responsible for half of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion in the Star Wars galaxy. In the latter half of the The New Jedi Order, he became an antihero as he led a heretical movement among his people to take down their ruler, Supreme Overlord Shimrra. By the series's end, having seen to the deaths of Shimrra and his puppet master Onimi, Nom Anor chose death over living in the postwar galaxy.
An Alderaanian senator; as he is the father of Breha Antilles, wife to Bail Organa, Antilles could be seen as the grandfather of Leia Organa Solo Sundered Heart owner.
Raymus Antilles — portrayed by Rohan Nichol and Peter Geddis
Captain of the Tantive IV in Episode IV: A New Hope, and as captain of the Sundered Heart in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and in the game Star Wars: Empire at War. He was choked by Darth Vader in Episode IV. No relation to Wedge Antilles.
Wedge Antilles — portrayed by Denis Lawson and Colin Higgins
A Rebel and New Republic starfighter pilot.
Queen Apailana — portrayed by Keisha Castle-Hughes
Queen of Naboo during the last year of the Clone Wars. She is seen during Padmé's funeral at the end of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. She is later assassinated by Stormtroopers of the Imperial 501st Legion for harboring fugitive Jedi (This is depicted in Star Wars: Battlefront II.)
Commander Appo – portrayed by Temuera Morrison
Clone Commander of the 501st Legion in Revenge of the Sith. Is also known as CC-1119. Killed in Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader.
Passel Argente — portrayed by Steven Boyle (Episode II) and Marty Wetherill (Episode III)
Magistrate of the Corporate Alliance, member of the Separatist Council. He was killed by Darth Vader along with the rest of the Separatist Council in Revenge of the Sith.
Faro Argyus — voiced by James Marsters
Captain of the Senate Commandos who was bribed by Count Dooku to free Viceroy Nute Gunray from Republic captivity.
A hyperdrive engineer working for the Incom Corporation who also served in the Galactic Senate during the days of the Clone Wars. He was known as "The Golden Tempter", and was also known for his extreme ambition and wanted to replace Palpatine as Supreme Chancellor.
Attichitcuk — portrayed by Paul Gale
The father of Chewbacca. He was one of Kashyyyk's prominent chieftains during the final years of the Galactic Republic. He appears as a playable character in Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds.
Antagonist in Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy.
Apprentice of Kadann who served the Secret Order of the Empire. Azrakel was known for his disturbing and sadistic penchant for killing. Following the death of Emperor Palpatine, he becomes a mercenary operating in the Outer Rim.
Protagonists in the video game Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance, including player character Ace and his father and the family patriarch Tomaas.
The administrative droid that works for Czerka on Telos in the Outer Rim. It is possible to control B4-D4 in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords while helping the Ithorians with their restoration project.
Ponda Baba — portrayed by Tommy Ilsley
Aqualish mercenary who in A New Hope attacks Luke Skywalker in the Mos Eisley cantina, and then gets his arm cut off by Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber. When the original Kenner action figure for Baba was released, the then-unnamed alien was called simply "Walrus Man". His proper name (as well as the name of his species) was given in 1989 for his appearance in a Star Wars role-playing game.
Kitster Banai — portrayed by Dhruv Chanchani
Tatooine slave boy who was Anakin Skywalker's childhood best friend. Later in his life he became a majordomo for the Rendala Estate in Mos Espa, and was instrumental in helping Anakin's daughter, Leia Organa, forgive Anakin for his actions as Darth Vader.
Apprentice of Darth Malak. Killed by Revan during the events of Knights of the Old Republic.
Cad Bane — voiced by Corey Burton
A ruthless bounty hunter and main antagonist in season 2 of The Clone Wars who appears in Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes.
Dark Lord of the Sith in the Darth Bane book series. He was responsible regaining the "Rule of Two" that states there shall only ever be two Sith warriors at a time, a Master and an Apprentice, during the Old Republic
Moradmin Bast — portrayed by Leslie Schofield
Imperial general who served aboard the first Death Star; during the space battle above Yavin 4, he informed Grand Moff Tarkin that there was a danger posed by the Rebels' attack and suggested that they standby for evacuation, only to be rebuked by an overconfident Tarkin in A New Hope.
An astromech droid with a domed head, with the bulk of its body made up of a mostly white ball, painted with silver and orange markings and a round red lighted eye similar to R2-D2. BB-8 rolls on its ball body in any direction while the domed head stays in place but can pivot 360 degrees. The movie debut of the droid will be in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens.
Beed — voiced by Scott Capurro
The second head of the male Troig in The Phantom Menace who commentates for the Boonta Eve Classic.
Garm Bel Iblis
A Republic senator and initial member of the Rebel Alliance.
Sio Bibble — portrayed by Oliver Ford Davies
Governor of Naboo in the prequel trilogy.
Depa Billaba — portrayed by Dipika O'Neill Joti
Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council in The Phantom Menace. Was sent to Haruun Kal by the council. She fell to the dark side and fell into a coma, but was rumored to have recovered to become the master of Kanan Jarrus.
Jar Jar Binks — portrayed by Ahmed Best
Helpless but good-natured Gungan throughout the prequel trilogy. Also known to be clumsy, Jar Jar Binks is always causing trouble and he talks a lot. When Qui-Gon Jinn saved Jar Jar Binks, Jar Jar Binks journeyed with them to Coruscant. Jar Jar Binks is also theorized as a Sith Lord who is secretly not as clumsy as he seems. For example, he can do 20 foot high jumps, something you only see from a Sith Lord or Jedi. If you pay close attention he plays mind tricks by using the force, this is how Emperor Palpatine came into power, Jar Jar told the senate that Palpatine should rule as a king and not in a democracy, and who would listen to a clumsy creature such as Jar Jar, unless he is playing mind tricks.
A companion of Cade Skywalker and Jariah Syn during the Sith-Imperial War in the Legacy comic series.
Droid that is part of Han Solo's crew in The Han Solo Adventures by Brian Daley.
A clone commander who led the 327th Star Corps under Jedi General Aayla Secura in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. When Order 66 was issued, Bly executed Secura on Felucia.
Bossk — portrayed by Alan Harris, voiced by Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)
A Trandoshan bounty hunter in The Empire Strikes Back. He also appeared in the book Tales of the Bounty Hunters, the books of the Bounty Hunter Wars trilogy, in the story "The Prize Pelt", and in Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption.
Droid that is part of Han Solo's crew in The Han Solo Adventures by Brian Daley. Renamed to Zollux for UK imprints.
Lux Bonteri — voiced by Jason Spisak
Son of Mina Bonteri and freedom fighter in the Clone Wars.
Mother of Lux Bonteri and separatist senator in the Clone Wars.
Borvo the Hutt — voiced by Clint Bajakian
A Hutt smuggler on Tatooine featured in Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
Ancient Jedi, introduced in the Star Wars Dark Empire comic series, who sacrifices himself to help destroy the eternal soul of the resurrected Emperor Palpatine.
Malcor Brashin — voiced by David Warner
Grand General in the Imperial Army who was heavily involved in the Battles of Tatooine and Yavin 4. He was prominently featured in Star Wars: Force Commander.
Senator Bana Breemu — portrayed by Bai Ling
Representative of the Humbarine sector in the Galactic Senate during the Galactic Republic.
Ezra Bridger — voiced by Taylor Gray
He is a 14-year-old con artist, thief, and pickpocket living on the Outer Rim world of Lothal as the Empire strip mines the resources of his homeworld for Sienar's TIE fighter production.He is able to use the Force, and has used it to get out of certain predicaments. Stealing to survive, he had no real loyalty to anyone until he met the crew of the Ghost. His master is Kanan Jarus.
Noa Briqualon — portrayed by Wilford Brimley
Marooned on Endor in Ewoks: The Battle for Endor.
Maris Brood — Portrayed by Adrienne Wilkinson
Jedi in The Force Unleashed who later turns to the dark side. Starkiller spares her life on Felucia.
Weequay Jedi Master and friend of Mace Windu who was turned to the Dark Side by Count Dooku. He is later killed by Quinlan Vos on Saleucami. Sora Bulq was present at the Battle of Geonosis in Attack of the Clones, where he wielded a blue lightsaber.
Nicknamed Chopper, C1-10P is the apparently obsolete-looking astromech droid with a cantankerous, "pranking" form of behavior. Part of the crew of rebel protagonists aboard the freighter Ghost on the Star Wars Rebels TV series.
C-3PO — portrayed by Anthony Daniels
Protocol droid who appears throughout the Star Wars films and Expanded Universe.
Sith Lord born as Jacen Solo, the oldest son of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo and Jaina Solo's twin brother. Jacen was a hero of the Yuuzhan Vong War, having personally ended it by killing their true Supreme Overlord Onimi, but years later became the evil Sith Lord Caedus. His actions as a Sith during the Second Galactic Civil War forced his sister, Jaina, to kill him.
Lando Calrissian — portrayed by Billy Dee Williams
Old friend of Han Solo. Businessman and scoundrel who leads the Rebels' space attack against the Death Star in Return of the Jedi. He eventually resigns his military commission and returns to being a businessman.
A Yuuzhan Vong character who served as one of the antagonists in the first novel of The New Jedi Order series, Vector Prime. He was killed in combat by Mara Jade Skywalker.
Protocol droid Jabba the Hutt used to keep his will. After his death shortly before the Battle of Endor, Zorba the Hutt, Jabba's father, reclaimed Jabba's will and everything he owned through the droid. He was first featured in the novel Zorba the Hutt's Revenge.
Insane clone of Jedi master Jorus C'baoth and an antagonist in Timothy Zahn's Thrawn trilogy. Zahn originally conceived the character as an insane clone of Obi-Wan Kenobi. UGO Network's Adam Rosenburg listed Joruus as the 4th worst Star Wars Expanded Universe character, heavily criticising the way his name was formed from the character he was cloned from.
Tycho Celchu — voiced by Timothy Omundson (Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike) and Jess Harnell (Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast)
TIE fighter pilot who defected to the Rebel Alliance and became a member of Rogue Squadron, and later became a general of the New Republic. He is a central character in Michael A. Stackpole's X-wing series of books.
A minor Yuuzhan Vong character who was quickly killed off in Enemy Lines I: Rebel Dream, a novel in The New Jedi Order.
A minor Yuuzhan Vong character who was quickly killed off in Enemy Lines I: Rebel Dream, a novel in The New Jedi Order.
Force-wielding antagonist in Battle for Endor.
Chewbacca — portrayed by Peter Mayhew
Han Solo's partner and co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon. He would go on to become a hero of the Rebel Alliance and the New Republic. Chewbacca and his wife, Mallatobuck, have a son named Lumpawarrump.
A minor Yuuzhan Vong character in The New Jedi Order, appearing in the novel Agents of Chaos II: Jedi Eclipse; killed by the novel's end.
Chief Chirpa — portrayed by Jane Busby
Chief of the Ewoks on the forest moon of Endor in Return of the Jedi.
Yuuzhan Vong warmaster who succeeded Tsavong Lah. Surrendered on behalf of the Yuuzhan Vong after Shimrra and Onimi's deaths, ending the conflict.
A Yuuzhan Vong warrior who appeared in Edge of Victory II: Rebirth, a novel in The New Jedi Order; killed in a duel to the death by Anakin Solo.
Rush Clovis — voiced by Robin Atkin Downes
Senator who represented the planet Scipio in the Galactic Senate, as well as a former love interest of Padmé Amidala. When the Clone Wars broke out he became a delegate of the InterGalactic Banking Clan.
Commander Cody — portrayed by Temuera Morrison
Served directly under Obi-Wan Kenobi in Revenge of the Sith and during the clone wars. He helps him at Utapau against General Grievous then turns on him when Emperor Palpatine orders him to "Execute Order 66". Commander Cody is also featured in the Clone Wars cartoon series.
Sith Lord trained by Darth Bane and Darth Zannah. She would later train Darth Millennial.
Jedi master and member of the Jedi Council During the Attack of the Clones. He was Killed by Jango Fett in attempt to assassinate Count Dooku.
Captain Jeremoch Colton — portrayed by Jeremy Bulloch
Pilot of the Tantive IV in Revenge of the Sith
Padmé Amidala's decoy in Attack of the Clones. She is killed by Zam Wessel in her attempt to assassinate Senator Amidala.
General Airen Cracken
Rebel and New Republic intelligence officer. West End Games Star Wars roleplaying supplements sometimes were published as "Cracken's" guides to their topic.
The father of Bossk who leads the Bounty Hunters' Guild. His death at the hands of Bossk, as depitcted in the novel The Mandalorian Armor, splits the Bounty Hunters' Guild into the Guild Reform Committee and the True Guild.
Salacious B. Crumb — portrayed by Tim Rose and voiced by Mark Dodson
Kowakian monkey-lizard in Jabba the Hutt's court. Rose's antics controlling the Crumb puppet led to an increase in the character's prominence.
Arvel Crynyd — portrayed by Hilton McRae
A-wing pilot who crashes into the Star Dreadnought Executor, causing its fall and destruction on the surface of the Second Death Star, in Return of the Jedi.