There are several aspects in Star Wars: The Clone Wars that are worthy of praise. Above all, credit must be given to the cast, who contributed outstanding vocal work to the production. Here is a list of the voice-over actors and actresses in the hit animated series The Clone Wars:
1. Phil LaMarr as Bail Organa, Clu Lesser, and Brother Lemcke
Readers, particularly those who grew up in the early 2000s, have become familiar with hearing the voice of Phil LaMarr. He established himself as a legend at the time by portraying characters such as Green Lantern on Justice League, Osmosis Jones on Ozzy & Drix, Static Shock’s titular character, and Samurai Jack’s eponymous character. Later, he took on the role of Bail Organa, Clu Lesser, Brother Lemcke, and other roles on Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
2. The Voice Of Asajj Ventress is Nika Futterman
Nika Futterman was the mouth of Catwoman on Batman: The Brave and the Bold on a regular basis. Given her role as Asajj Ventress, this wouldn’t be the first time Futterman has played a feisty, ethically torn woman who alternates between villain and anti-hero. Futterman also appears in the Loud House cast as Luna Loud, as well as a slew of other characters such as Joannie, Boris, and Hostess.
3. T.C. Carson as Mace Windu
T.C. Carson made his acting debut on Living Single as Maxine’s recurring romantic interest. Despite several brief appearances in films and television series, his greatest famous achievement has been as a voice actor. He is well known to gamers as the original voice actor for Kratos in the God of War series. Carson takes over as Mace Windu in Star Wars: The Clone Wars from Samuel L. Jackson.
4. Tom Kane as Master Yoda
Tom Kane not only took on the challenging responsibility of portraying the narrator for each episode, but he also took on the much more difficult task of voicing Master Yoda. He’s also utilized his voice to commit to major parts in the past, like Professor Utonium on The Powerpuff Girls, both Woodhouse and Hans Hessler on Archer, and even the announcer on The Eric Andre Show. Young fans may remember him from The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as Ultron.
5. James Arnold Taylor as Obi-Wan Kenobi
James Arnold Taylor’s voice has extensively been heard by Clone Wars fans, as he is the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi, one of the key characters. Taylor has been the voice of Ratchet in the Ratchet & Clank series since 2003 when he first appeared in the sequel Going Commando. In fact, except for the first game, Taylor has played the role in every version of the character.