Star Wars: The Bad Batch Voice Cast - What The Actors Look Like In Real Life

Star Wars: The Bad Batch is the latest show in the Star Wars line of animated television projects, and telling a compelling story of clones after the end of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Particularly, it focuses on a group of so-called defective clones with favorable mutations, a squad called Clone Force 99 or the "Bad Batch.” The show details the soldiers navigating the galaxy at the beginning of the Empire’s reign, but also gives greater context to how clones were fazed out of the military and replaced with stormtroopers.
Beginning concurrent with Star Wars: Episode III—Revenge of the Sith,The Bad Batch follows Clone Force 99's exploits immediately after Order 66 and lays the groundwork for Star Wars projects further along in the timeline. The Bad Batch will be concluding with its upcoming third season, so there’s one final round of adventures for the Batch and their allies to come in 2024. To bring The Bad Batch to life, a cast full of returning actors and newcomers to Star Wars has been assembled.Here is your ultimate guide to The Bad Batch voice cast.
10 Dee Bradley Baker as Clone Force 99 and Other Clones Dee Bradley Baker has been involved with Star Wars as the voice of the clones since Star Wars: The Clone Wars premiered in 2008, but the role has grown and evolved, with characters like Captain Rex and Commander Cody becoming fan favorites. Outside of Star Wars, Baker has had a successful voice acting career, serving as the voice of Perry the Platypus on Phineas and Ferb and recently voicing Adam Warlock’s pet Blurp in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3. While Baker is still voicing the clones in The Bad Batch, portraying Clone Force 99 has provided him with more experimentation and freedom in the role.
Baker voices Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Echo, and Crosshair most often, as the titular Bad Batch appear in almost every episode. As mutated clones, each character has a unique tone, with Hunter and Echo sounding most similar to regular clones, whereas Tech speaks with a slightly higher pitched tone, Wrecker with a deeper and louder voice, and Crosshair’s being low and whisper-like. Baker's differentiation between the characters demonstrates his exceptional range as a voice actor.
9 Michelle Ang as Omega One of only two known female clones of Jango Fett, Omega is the little sister to the Batch and is their main reason for going into hiding, as her DNA is unaltered, making her a valuable tool for the Empire’s cloning experiments. Michelle Ang, a native of New Zealand, uses her Kiwi accent in her role as Omega. She first made use of her native accent in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, which she was on from 2002 to 2004.
Ang has also had guest spots in live-action in shows like Grey’s Anatomy, Drop Dead Diva, and The Twilight Zone. She's also known for playing Alex in The Walking Dead webseries spin-off Fear The Walking Dead: Flight 462. So far, Ang’s role as Omega is her only voice credit, but with how young and important Omega will be to the future of Star Wars, The Bad Batch season 3 won’t be the last time audiences hear Ang's voice.
8 Rhea Perlman as Cid Rhea Perlman is an accomplished actor, both in live-action and through her voice work. Perlman may be most famous for her portrayal of Carla Tortelli on the long-running show Cheers, which earned her multiple Primetime Emmys and saw the actress nominated for multiple Golden Globes. In film, Perlman portrayed Zinnia Wormwood in 1996’s Matilda. Perlman starred alongside her then-husband and the film’s director, Danny DeVito.
While The Bad Batch is Perlman’s first time playing a character in Star Wars, her voice acting goes back to 1984. Prior to Star Wars, Perlman lent her voice for My Little Pony: The Movie and an episode of The Simpsons. Cid betrayed Clone Force 99 in The Bad Batch season 2 finale, it may not be the last time audiences see the character, as she could get a redemption arc in the show’s final season.


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