Jeremy Bulloch, the actor known for his role as Boba Fett in the original Star Wars films, has passed away at the age of 75.

Daniel Logan, who played young Boba Fett in Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones, confirmed the news on Thursday.

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Bulloch portrayed the iconic Boba Fett in the original Star Wars films. However, he didn't always appear on-screen in the familiar body armor and helmet. Along with playing the infamous bounty hunter, Bulloch also made a few Star Wars cameos over the years.

He played Lieutenant Sheckil in The Empire Strikes Back and Captain Jeremoch Colton in Revenge Of The Sith. Bulloch also went on to reprise his role as Boba Fett in Return Of The Jedi.

On Dec. 17, Logan shared a heartfelt post confirming Bulloch's passing.

"IT BRINGS ME TO TEARS TO ANNOUNCE JEREMY BULLOCH HAS PAST AWAY.!! RIP LEGEND ILL NEVER FORGET ALL YOU’VE TAUGHT ME.!! I’LL LOVE YOU FOREVER.!! CONVENTIONS WONT BE THE SAME WITHOUT YOU MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU ALWAYS."

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Since he was an original trilogy cast member, Bulloch was beloved by Star Wars fans worldwide. During his life, he appeared at various conventions where he signed autographs and took photos with fans. He also wrote a memoir about his acting career and time in Star Wars called Flying Solo: Tales of a Bounty Hunter.

According to TMZ, he lived in London after retiring from acting and is survived by his wife Maureen and their three sons.

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