Every Bounty Hunter In Star Wars Movies & Shows

Every Bounty Hunter In Star Wars Movies & Shows

Here are all the bounty hunters that feature in Star Wars’ on-screen universe. From faraway hives of scum and villainy to evil dictatorships desperately pursuing pesky rebels, there’s no shortage of dirty work in the world of Star Wars. Indeed, bounty hunting appears to be one of the few rewarding career opportunities in the galaxy far, far away – other than moisture farming and politics, of course. Infinitely more deadly than Star Wars’ villainous Stormtroopers and feared from planet to planet, a good Star Wars bounty hunter is always in demand by hero and villain alike, and this flexibility allows each warrior to forge their own moral alignment in the gray area between good and evil.

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But while Star Wars bounty hunters are always needed, they’re hardly a scarce commodity. From the original Star Wars trilogy, the love-them-or-hate-them prequels, and the Disney era of sequels and spinoffs, to the various animated and live-action small screen fare, Star Wars has introduced a litany of bounty hunters of all races and reputations. Some of these have proven far more memorable than others, and the below list comprises major characters headlining their own shows (like The Book of Boba Fett and The Mandalorian), as well as one-hunt-wonders fans barely remember.

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The following Star Wars bounty hunters must’ve made at least one appearance in a Star Wars film or TV show. This rules out characters from Legends canon, as well as those whose credits come only via comics, novels, or video games. Inclusions must be named figures from Star Wars lore, and distinctions will be made between bounty hunters, mercenaries, and criminals, however subjectively thin those lines may be.

4-LOM

First Star Wars Appearance: The Empire Strikes Back

This Star Wars bounty hunter is one of the bounty hunter motley crew assembled by Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back. He was ultimately tasked with tracking down Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon. 4-LOM is one of many droid bounty hunters in the Star Wars galaxy, and his backstory has been expanded in the comic books, novels, and such.

Amanaman

Amanaman the Bounty Hunter in Star Wars Return of the Jedi

First Star Wars Appearance: Return of the Jedi

The Star Wars bounty hunter Amanaman is one of those “blink and you’ll miss it” characters. This particular bounty hunter is present in Jabba’s Palace during Return of the Jedi. The Amani’s name and occupation as a bounty hunter were both revealed much later by supplementary canon material.

Asajj Ventress

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

One of the more famous non-movie Star Wars bounty hunters, Asajj Ventress is a Force-sensitive who found herself aligned to the Separatists during the Clone Wars. After being betrayed by her Sith masters and only finding further turmoil with Mother Talzin, Ventress took to bounty hunting. Tragically, Ventress found little happiness in her new path. After falling in love with a Jedi whilst on a mission to assassinate Count Dooku, she made the ultimate sacrifice in protecting the one her heart belonged to.

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Athgar Heece

Athgar Heece with Rey BB-8 and Finn on Jakku in Star Wars The Force Awakens

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens 

The Star Wars bounty hunter Athgar Heece appears on Jakku, waiting in line behind Daisy Ridley’s Rey to sell scavenged goods to Unkar Plutt in The Force Awakens. He’s also involved in the history of Disney’s Galaxy’s Edge theme park. Not much else is known about Athgar Heece as he only appears in The Force Awakens and since he’s involved with Galaxy’s Edge there could be more backstory on the horizon for the character.

Auromae Iselo

Auromae Iselo in Solo Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Solo: A Star Wars Story

Debuting in Solo: A Story Wars Story, the Star Wars bounty hunter Auromae Iselo is a Melbu who previously served as a bounty hunter during the Empire’s era. Unlike many of his colleagues, Iselo was unwilling to do Imperial dirty work, and switched his allegiance to Enfys Nest’s Cloud-Riders to become a vigilante, fighting back against Star Wars’ Empire. The character is played on-screen by Derek Arnold.

Aurra Sing

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Aurra Sing begins as a background character at the pod race in The Phantom Menace, before becoming a prominent figure in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, encountering the likes of Ahsoka Tano, and working alongside Cad Bane. As a claim to fame, the Star Wars bounty hunter also helped train Boba Fett following his father’s demise. In Solo, Thomas Beckett boasts about having killed Aurra Sing at some point off-screen.

Ax Tagrin

Ax Taglin in Star Wars Resistance

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars Resistance

Appearing in Star Wars Resistance, Star Wars bounty hunter Ax Tagrin operated during the First Order’s era, hunting down resistance spies. The villain doesn’t appear in any other Star Wars media besides Resistance. The character of Tagrin is notable for being voiced by Joe Manganiello.

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Black Krrsantan

Black Krrsantan in Book of Boba Fett

First Star Wars Appearance: The Book Of Boba Fett

The Wookiee bounty hunter Black Krrsantan was first featured in The Book of Boba Fett. The Star Wars bounty hunter has a laundry list of nicknames including “Santy”https://screenrant.com/star-wars-bounty-hunters-movies-shows-canon-explained/,”B.K.”, and “Black K.”. He first began his work during the Galactic Empire era all the way through the dawn of the New World. An associate of Jabba the Hutt and even Darth Vader himself, he was mostly hired by the latter to track down Emporer Palpatine. After Jabba’s death, he worked with the Hutt’s cousins, eventually landing a couple of gigs with the crime lords known as “The Twins”. He was engaged in battle with Boba Fett during The Book of Boba Fett where he gave the titular bounty hunter a run for his money.

Boba Fett

Boba Fett in The Mandalorian season 2

First Star Wars Appearance: The Empire Strikes Back

The original bounty hunter of the Star Wars universe. Boba Fett debuted in animated form during the infamous holiday special episode, before making an appearance proper in The Empire Strikes Back as the man who successfully tracks down Han Solo. Fett was presumed dead after falling into Tatooine’s Sarlacc pit, but The Mandalorian revealed his long-suspected survival, and the galaxy’s most renowned bounty hunter also stars in his own Disney+ series, The Book of Boba Fett. The Mandalorian spin-off series centered around him and Fennec Shand while they both tried to take over Jabba the Hutt’s territory once and for all, fighting a number of new foes along the way; including the newest Star Wars bounty hunter Black Krrsantan.

Bossk

First Star Wars Appearance: The Empire Strikes Back

Another of the fearsome felons under Darth Vader’s employ in The Empire Strikes Back, Bossk is a Trandoshan, and has subsequently turned up in The Clone Wars, comics, video games, and more. Although they once worked in a partnership, Bossk rivals Boba Fett for the title of galaxy’s most renowned mercenary. While never a main character Bossk appears a lot more than most of the other Star Wars bounty hunters.

Boushh

Princess Leia Disguised as Boushh in Star Wars Return of the Jedi

First Star Wars Appearance: Return of the Jedi

Star Wars fans may not recognize Boushh’s name, but his outfit will be instantly familiar as the gear worn by Leia during her infiltration of Jabba’s Palace in Return of the Jedi. The Star Wars bounty hunter Boushh was killed by his own syndicate, after which Princess Leia nabbed his clothes and assumed his identity. The original incarnation of the character features in the animated Star Wars: Forces of Destiny.

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Brainee

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

A Siniteen befitting of his name, this Star Wars bounty hunter appears briefly in The Clone Wars season 3’s “Sphere of Influence”. Brainee was aligned with the far more famous Greedo. Outside of The Clone Wars series Brainee is almost non-existent, but obviously, Greedo must’ve needed some help along the way.

Bric

Bric in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Another Siniteen bounty hunter featured in The Clone Wars is Bric. The Star Wars bounty hunter was hired by the Republic to train Kamino’s clone trooper armies in the art of combat. Bric takes an unforgiving approach with the artificially-bred soldiers.

Bulduga

Bulduga in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

The Star Wars bounty hunter Bulduga only appears in The Clone Wars animated series. Invited by Count Dooku to take part in “The Box” challenge in The Clone Wars season 4 alongside his brother Onca, thus earning a place on the lucrative mission to assassinate Palpatine. Sadly, Bulduga didn’t even make it to the competition, since he was killed by Cad Bane in the build-up.

C-21 Highsinger

C-21 Highsinger in Star Wars The Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

The Clone Wars season 4’s appropriately-titled “Bounty” sees Boba Fett lead a bunch of bounty hunters on a high-stakes protection detail mission on Quarzite. The Star Wars bounty hunters include C-21, who is among the group, which also includes Bossk and Asajj Ventress. Despite boasting a number of stars, the venture is a failure.

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Cad Bane

Cad Bane in a standoff during the final episode of Book Of Boba Fett.

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

One of the galaxy’s more revered criminals, Cad Bane would even tussle with Jedi during the Clone Wars, taking on the Sith’s most daring missions, including an infiltration of the Jedi Temple itself. Debuting in The Clone Wars, Cad Bane’s most recent credit came in Star Wars: The Bad Batch, in which he was employed by the good folks of Kamino to retrieve Omega. Such is the powerful Cad Bane’s skill, he even overcame Clone Force 99’s leader, Hunter. The western gunslinger also operates with a group of sentinel droids at his disposal and acquired Todo 360 as a butler droid. The powerful Cad Bane also appears in live-action during The Book of Boba Fett. The Star Wars bounty hunter works with the Syndicate and confronts Fett, Djarin, and Shand outside of the Sanctuary ruins in the final episode of The Mandalorian spinoff show, but was apparently killed off in the finale.

Carib Diss

Carib Diss in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: The Rise of Skywalker

Carib Diss makes a fleeting appearance on Kijimi in The Rise of Skywalker – a planet where dentists are apparently few and far between. Much like many of the Star Wars bounty hunters on this list, the character only appears once to never be seen nor heard from again. However, with as many mercenaries as there are within the universe, it’s bound to happen that way.

Castas

Castas in Star Wars The Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

In The Clone Wars, Boba Fett seeks vengeance for his father by killing Mace Windu, and he puts together an expert team of cutthroats in order to achieve that goal. Among the likes of Bossk and Aurra Sing is the Star Wars bounty hunter Casta, a Klatoonian who actually tries to quit the mission when hunting a Jedi gets a little too intense. He is killed by Sing shortly after.

Cato Parasitti

Cato Parasitti in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

One of several Clawdite bounty hunters in the Star Wars world and famous for their shape-shifting abilities. The Star Wars bounty hunter Cato Parasitti was one of Cad Bane’s accomplices during the aforementioned Jedi Temple heist. Unlike Bane, however, Parasitti was apprehended by Ahsoka Tano when she attempted to impersonate Jedi librarian Jocasta Nu.

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Chata Hyoki

Chata Hyoki in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

A Selkath on Count Dooku’s payroll, Chata Hyoki attempts to kill Senator Padmé Amidala during the Clone Wars, then moves onto Bail Organa. He’s unsuccessful on both accounts. The Star Wars bounty hunter appears nowhere else within the canonized universe.

Danz Borin

Danz Borin in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: A New Hope

During A New Hope’s iconic Mos Eisley cantina sequence, a sinister selection of Star Wars bounty hunters litter the bar’s many nooks and crannies, hoping to get the jump on Han Solo and collect Jabba’s bounty. The human Danz Borin is one of them. Danz Borin works alongside Greedo in an attempt to collect the bounty on Solo’s head.

Debnoli

Debnoli in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: A New Hope

The Star Wars bounty hunter Debnoli was another seeking Han in Mos Eisley. His bounty hunter occupation was confirmed via trading cards. Along with Danz Borin, he accompanies Greedo into the Mos Eisley tavern to collect. Interestingly, Debnoli’s name is an anagram of actor Clint Eastwood’s character “Blondie” from the film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Dengar

Bounty Hunter Dengar Appeared in The Empire Strikes Back and the novel Aftermath

First Star Wars Appearance: The Empire Strikes Back

Dengar has scored credits in both live-action and animated Star Wars fare. He was among Darth Vader’s recruits in The Empire Strikes Back, and made later appearances in The Clone Wars, in addition to various comic books. It’s hinted that the Star Wars bounty hunter Dengar becomes Rothgar Deng – a minor figure seen in The Rise of Skywalker. Dengar was initially portrayed by Morris Bush.

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Derrown

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Derrown was afforded a supporting role in The Clone Wars’ bounty hunter-heavy offering, “The Box.” Unlike many who entered, Derrown passed the trial and earned himself a place in the future episode “Crisis On Naboo.” The Star Wars bounty hunter doesn’t make it into any other canonized media, though his victory during the trial is one to behold.

Din Djarin

Grogu and Din Djarin in The Mandalorian season 2

First Star Wars Appearance: The Mandalorian

The lead protagonist and main bounty hunter of The Mandalorian, Din Djarin became a bounty hunter as per the tradition of his people, having been adopted by Mandalore as a foundling. He would go on to take numerous high risk, high reward missions for anyone and everyone, controversially counting the Empire among his clients. Din Djarin’s days as a bounty hunter eased to a halt after he became the adoptive father of Grogu. After this, he would only take select jobs, balancing work around his duties as a guardian. Now that Grogu is in Luke Skywalker’s custody, Djarin’s priorities might change once again. The Star Wars bounty hunter reappears as a secondary protagonist in The Book of Boba Fett where he agrees to assist Boba Fett in the upcoming war. His chainmail is used by Luke Skywalker when he makes the proposition to Grogu to either take the chainmail and leave or be trained as a Jedi. He’s also present when Fett and Shand are confronted by Bane at the Sanctuary ruins.

Djas Puhr

Djas Puhr in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: A New Hope

Djas Puhr is seen loitering in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope. This Star Wars bounty hunter is played by Kim Falkinburg. Though the character doesn’t see much action he might be aligned with Greedo and Jabba given his location at the time.

El-Les

Bric and El-Les in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star War: The Clone Wars

El-Les can be found alongside Bric training fresh clones on Kamino in The Clone Wars. The Star Wars bounty hunter is an Arcona who takes a more sympathetic approach toward his students.

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Embo

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

A recurring presence in The Clone Wars, Embo frequently troubles famed protagonists from the Star Wars movies. The Kyuzo engages Obi-Wan, Anakin and the powerful Ahsoka Tano during a Seven Samurai-style adventure on Felucia (before teaming with them), then kills one of Padmé’s assistants on Scipio. The Star Wars bounty hunter later becomes a member of the Krayt’s Claw syndicate, and completes Dooku’s Box challenge. This character is immediately discernible by his Mortal Kombat hat, Chewbacca-esque bowcaster, and Dave Filoni’s voice.

Fennec Shand

First Star Wars Appearance: The Mandalorian

Introduced in The Mandalorian, Ming-Na Wen’s Fennec Shand was forced on the run following the Empire’s dissolution, wanted by the New Republic on various charges racked up while bounty hunting on Imperial dime. After being saved from death by one Boba Fett, Fennec Shand redeemed herself by participating in Din Djarin’s mission to rescue Grogu, and now seems to be Boba’s right-hand woman. The Bad Batch finds Shand making a name for herself as a more ruthless upstart during the Imperial era. The Star Wars bounty hunter is also a major protagonist in The Book of Boba Fett as she and Fett attempt to take over Jabba’s territory.

Fong Do

Fong Do in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

The Star Wars bounty hunter Fong Do survived a close encounter with two Jedi – Ahsoka Tano and Plo Koon – in The Clone Wars. The incident descended into a bar brawl, which was perhaps the best outcome Fong Do could hope for.

Greedo

Greedo

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: A New Hope

The famous Rodian who may or may not have shot Han Solo first, depending on which version of Star Wars you’re watching. Greedo was killed by the galaxy’s most lovable scoundrel in 1977’s original Star Wars effort. As well as pulling jobs for Jabba, Greedo took Trade Federation work in The Clone Wars.

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Hoogenz

Hoogenz in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: The Force Awakens

Hoogenz is a shady fellow clad in a gas mask on Jakku in The Force Awakens. He was first identified as a bounty hunter in official concept art. Otherwise, the Star Wars bounty hunter isn’t featured anywhere else.

IG-11

IG-11 in The Mandalorian

First Star Wars Appearance: The Mandalorian

A member of the bounty hunter’s guild alongside Din Djarin, IG-11 takes the Grogu mission and teams up with Mando to take out the facility’s intense security. As a droid, IG-11 is naturally unmoved by the prospect of murdering little Grogu, but Din Djarin would famously decide to spare the youngster’s life by terminating IG-11. The spinning bringer of death was later reprogrammed by Kuiil to protect Baby Yoda, and this resulted in IG-11 making an emotional sacrifice.

IG-88

First Star Wars Appearance: The Empire Strikes Back

Before IG-11, there was IG-88, who lined up alongside Boba Fett, Bossk, Dengar and the rest as Darth Vader’s choices for hunting down Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon. Despite precious few on-screen appearances, IG-88 has become a cult figure among Star Wars fans, and turned out in Forces of Destiny also.

J’Quille

First Star Wars Appearance: Return of the Jedi

You’ll find the Whiphid J’Quille frequenting Jabba’s Palace along with various other unsavory types in Return of the Jedi. Wider Star Wars media would reveal that the Star Wars bounty hunter was only working for Jabba as part of a plot.

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Jakoli

Jakoli the Bounty Hunter in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Jakoli was another of the infamous bounty hunter professionals called up by Count Dooku for “The Box.” He survived until the third round before being brutally electrocuted.

Jango Fett

Jango Fett in Attack of the Clones

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: Attack of the Clones

A famed bounty hunter of Mandalorian heritage, Jango Fett offered up his DNA to Kamino, forming the basis of the Republic’s entire clone trooper army. He would also request a cloned son from the Kaminoans, giving rise to Boba Fett. During the Star Wars prequel era, Jango was employed by Dooku’s Separatists, and would die in service to the Sith, falling to Mace Windu’s purple blade at the Battle of Geonosis. Jango was played by Temuera Morrison, and though the character’s tenure is short, his face would be remembered for years to come…

Ketsu Onyo

Ketsu Onyo in Star Wars Rebels

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars Rebels

Another Mandalorian bounty hunter, Ketsu Onyo appears in a handful of Star Wars Rebels installments, beginning with season 2. Despite a checkered history of partnership and betrayal, Onyo ultimately proved herself an ally to Sabine Wren and the Ghost crew, as well as the Rebellion as a whole. The Star Wars bounty hunter Onyo is voiced by Gina Torres and wields an innovative spear/blaster combo weapon. Although at one-time aligned to Maul’s antagonistic Black Sun syndicate, Ketsu Onyo’s assistance proved invaluable to the Spectre heroes on Lothal.

Kiera Swan

Kiera Swan in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

The Weequay Kiera Swan competed in “The Box” at the behest of the prequels villain Count Dooku, but only reaches the second round of challenges.

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Latts Razzi

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First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Often found working hand in reluctant hand with other bounty hunters, the Star Wars bounty hunter Latts Razzi was one of the Krayt’s Claw gang, while also working with the aforementioned Embo and others during The Clone Wars. She would ultimately find her own group.

Mantu

Mantu in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Joins Jakoli was one of the Star Wars bounty hunters who fell at the third hurdle during “The Box.”

Moralo Eval

Moralo Eval in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

While plenty of Star Wars bounty hunters took part in Dooku’s box competition, it was the bounty hunter Moralo Eval who actually came up with the elimination process to whittle down potential contenders. Eval was caught on Naboo by Anakin Skywalker during the eventual attempt on Palpatine’s life.

Neesh

Neesh Rodian in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: A New Hope

This Star Wars bounty hunter is another Rodian bounty hunter in the cantina with the rest of the gang during A New Hope. Neesh is often mistaken for Greedo.

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Nik Hepho

Nik Hepho in Rogue One Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Nik Hepho is a Britarro hunter who can be glimpsed briefly during Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’s Jedha scenes. The Star Wars bounty hunter is only identified via the film’s accompanying Visual Dictionary.

Onca

Bulduga and Onca in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

The first bounty hunter to die in “The Box.” Disappointing stuff from the Ithorian. As well, the Star Wars bounty hunter is Bulduga’s brother.

Oked

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Oked was supposed to pull a job alongside Star Wars’ Boba Fett, Latts, C-21, Bossk and Dengar on Quarzite in The Clone Wars season 4. Instead, he got on the wrong side of Asajj Ventress and was killed for his trouble. Ventress took Oked’s position on the team.

Rako Hardeen

Rako Hardeen in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Like Boushh, Rako Hardeen is better known as a disguise than as his genuine self. The real Rako was hired by the Jedi to “kill” Obi-Wan Kenobi in The Clone Wars. In reality, Obi-Wan incapacitated the bounty hunter and assumed his identity with the intention to investigate the growing plot against Senator Palpatine which, of course, was devised by Palps himself.

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Robonino

Chata Hyoki and Robonino in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Debuting in the very first season of The Clone Wars, Robonino joined a group of bounty hunters (also featuring Cad Bane and Aurra Sing) to take the senate hostage and demand the release of Ziro Hutt. Although the operation was successful, a later attempt on Bail Organa’s life resulted in capture alongside Chata Hyoki.

Ront Byrnloo

Ront Byrnloo in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: A New Hope

When Jabba the Hutt makes his Star Wars debut accosting Han Solo at Tatooine’s famous Docking Bay 94, he’s accompanied by muscle in the form of Star Wars bounty hunter Ront Byrnloo.

Rum Sleg

Rum Sleg in Star Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: The Phantom Menace

Echoing the origins of Aurra Sing, Rum Sleg began his Star Wars career as a podrace spectator, and was later confirmed as a bounty hunter through merchandise. Unlike Sing, Sleg remains unused in canon since.

Rumi Paramita

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Along with Embo, Rumi Paramita is one of several bounty hunters hired by a Felucian village as protection in The Clone Wars. He, unfortunately, dies off-screen.

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Sabine Wren

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars Rebels

One of the main protagonists of Star Wars Rebels, Sabine Wren enjoys a relatively brief stint as a bounty hunter toward the beginning of her journey. She aligns with fellow Mandalorian, the aforementioned Ketsu Onyo, after breaking free from the clutches of an Imperial academy. Sadly, the alliance ended in tears, as Onyo’s ruthless streak caused her to leave Wren behind. Not long after, Sabine would join the crew of the Ghost and leave her bounty hunting days behind.

Sarco Plank

Sarco Plank

First Star Wars Appearance: The Force Awakens

Sarco Plank is another of the Star Wars bounty hunters dotted around Jakku during The Force Awakens.

Seripas

Seripas in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Seripas is among the Felucian band of bounty hunters who align with three Jedi to protect villagers, but later made additional The Clone Wars appearances; one time fighting alongside the Wookiees during a Chewbacca rescue mission. Seripas is known for covering his diminutive Ssori body with a larger suit of armor.

Shahan Alama

Shahan Alama in Star Wars Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Shahan Alama was a rugged Weequay involved in the previously mentioned Ziro senate incident. Not entirely dissimilar to Jedi Luke Skywalker’s mechanical hand, he comes fitted with a mechanical arm.

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Sinrich

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

This Star Wars bounty hunter is a Snivvian disguise specialist that’s killed during round 2 of “The Box.”

Sixtat

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Sixtat did well enough in “The Box” to reach the fourth and final stage, but fell at the final hurdle.

Sugi

Sugi in Star Wars The Clone Wars

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Sugi the Zakbrak led a fluid group of bounty hunters throughout several The Clone Wars episodes. She fought side-by-side with Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka at Felucia, guarded General Tarfull on Wasskah, then foolishly went after Maul’s Shadow Collective while employed by Jabba the Hutt.

Sy Snootles

First Star Wars Appearance: Return of the Jedi

Sy Snootles will be most familiar to Star Wars fans as the singer at Jabba’s Palace in Return of the Jedi – one of several characters to receive a CG makeover from George Lucas in recent years. As revealed elsewhere, however, Snootles was also a bounty hunter, largely operating for Jabba the Hutt and his uncle Ziro, whom she had a romantic entanglement with.

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Tam Posla

First Star Wars Appearance: Solo: A Star Wars Story

Tam Posla is among the spectators while Han Solo and Lando Calrissian engage in a charisma-fueled game of Sabacc in Solo: A Star Wars Story. A justice-minded bounty hunter, Posla’s exploits are explored in comic book form.

Toro Calican

Jake Cannavale as Toro Calican in The Mandalorian

First Star Wars Appearance: The Mandalorian

A young bounty hunter portrayed by Jake Cannavale in The Mandalorian. Calican seeks the head of Fennec Shand to make his mark in the bounty hunting game, and employs Din Djarin to help him attain glory. The rookie proves to be a treacherous little swine, and has the gall to steal Grogu, earning him a swift death.

Twazzi

First Star Wars Appearance: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Twazzi succeeded in completing “The Box” and during The Clone Wars. He was also recruited into the plot to “assassinate” Senator Palpatine.

Zam Wesell

First Star Wars Appearance: Attack of the Clones

Zam Wesell tries to murder Senator Amidala with a venomous insect in Attack of the Clones before embarking on a race across the Coruscant skyline against Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker. The Clawdite is killed by Jango Fett before she can tell the Jedi anything worthwhile.

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Zuckuss

First Star Wars Appearance: The Empire Strikes Back

The last of the infamous Star Wars criminals tasked by Darth Vader to track down Han Solo in The Empire Strikes Back. This Star Wars bounty hunter appears nowhere else in the official canon, other than in the second installment of the franchise. Obviously, the mercenary didn’t succeed in his mission.

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Craig Elvy
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Craig first began contributing to Screen Rant in 2016, several years after graduating college, and has been ranting ever since, mostly to himself in a darkened room. Having previously written for various sports and music outlets, Craig’s interest soon turned to TV and film, where a steady upbringing of science fiction and comic books finally came into its own.
Craig has previously been published on sites such as Den of Geek, and after many coffee-drenched hours hunched over a laptop, part-time evening work eventually turned into a full-time career covering everything from the zombie apocalypse to the Starship Enterprise via the TARDIS.

Since joining the Screen Rant fold, Craig has been involved in breaking news stories and mildly controversial ranking lists, but now works predominantly as a features writer.
Jim Carrey is Craig’s top acting pick and favorite topics include superheroes, anime and the unrecognized genius of the High School Musical trilogy.

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