Mark Hamill

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Name: Mark Hamill
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Occupation: Actor, Voice Actor, writer
Medium: Movies, Animation/Cartoons, Video Games
Works: Star Wars, DC Animated Universe, Birds of Prey (voice only), Scooby-Doo, Futurama, Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Flash (CW), The Flash (1990s), Batman: The Killing Joke, Justice League Action
Official Website(s): @HamillHimself on Twitter
@hamillhimself on Instagram
Mark Hamill official fan page on Facebook
The International Mark Hamill Fan Club (official)
Fan Website(s): Mark Hamill at Wikipedia
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Mark Hamill is a actor best known in the fannish community as playing Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars series and as the voice of Joker in the DCAU since 1992. He also known to voice the James Jesse (Trickster), a Flash villain, in the DCAU since he portrayed the character on The Flash (1990–1991). He recently appeared in an episode of the CW's The Flash as the Trickster.

He's a writer for The Black Pearl by Dark Horse Comics. There is a character named "Mark Hamill" in the The Secret Service comic book series, which Hamill later played in the live-action film, although the name was changed to "Prof. James Arnold".


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In the 2010s, Hamill frequently interacts with fans on social media, especially Twitter. He has been praised for his support of LGBT interpretations of and headcanons for Luke Skywalker.[1]

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  1. See Mark Hamill Answers Fan’s Question About Luke Sykwalker’s Sexual Orientation at Nerdist (15 January 2016). Hamill direct messaged a fan who asks if Luke was bisexual, saying:
    "His sexuality is never directly addressed in the films. Luke is whatever the audience wants him to be, so you can decide for yourself. All the best, mh".
    In another direct message to a fan who asked "how cool would it be if luke skywalker was a trans dude", he said:
    "The films are fantasies that don't deal with these issues, but a true Jedi loves & respects all beings, both human and alien. Best wishes always, mh".