Rosario Dawson remembers her emotional mom watching her 'Star Wars' debut.

Without a doubt, Ahsoka Tano has undergone one of the most remarkable and distinctive evolutions in the Star Wars universe.

The Jedi padawan of Anakin Skywalker with that recognizable akul-tooth headpiece was first introduced in the animated motion picture Star Wars: The Clone Wars on August 15, 2008, fifteen years ago.

Ahsoka (originally voiced by Ashley Eckstein) rose to prominence as a rebel leader over the course of seven additional seasons of The Clone Wars and four seasons of Star Wars Rebels.

She is now regarded as one of the fandom's most beloved characters, whether in live-action or animation.

The character made her live-action debut with a voice cameo in the 2019 film The Rise of Skywalker before making a much-anticipated in-the-flesh appearance in Season 2 of The Mandalorian (2020), currently played by Rosario Dawson.

She then made a memorable return alongside Luke Skywalker and Grogu in The Book of Boba Fett (2022).

The Ahsoka Tano vehicle par excellence will debut next week with the eight-episode Lucasfilm Disney+ series of the same name, created by Jon Favrerau and Dave Filoni.

The series follows Dawson's eponymous character as she fights off a new menace to the galaxy after the collapse of the Empire.


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