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James Arnold Taylor Talks With Jim Cummings in ‘Clone Wars Conversations’

James Arnold Taylor brings his audience another fantastic interview, taking fans down memory lane in the latest episode of “Clone Wars Conversations.” He spoke with the legendary Jim Cummings, known to Star Wars fans as Hondo Ohnaka.

During their conversation, Cummings spoke about:

  • Auditioning for the part of Hondo
  • How he developed the accent, mentioning the source of inspiration and what he was aiming for
  • The fondness of recording with the cast, making it a more electric experience
  • Improvising and ad-libbing and how it contributes to the story
  • Star Wars Weekends and the memories behind the event that used to take place at Disney World
  • His first time watching Star Wars, specifically his memory about watching a commercial for it
  • His experience working and recording with Mark Hamill on other projects
  • The process of voice acting and how it’s natural for them, not realizing how the develop different mannerisms for different characters
  • How he plays Hondo the same in LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures and Star Wars Rebels
  • Playing the character with Taylor Gray and how Hondo interacted with Ezra

The episode also featured beautiful art by Joe Hogan.

For more updates regarding the show and future episode releases, follow James Arnold Taylor on Twitter and subscribe to his channel on YouTube.


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