He plays one of Star Wars' most recognizable characters, but Disney showed Mark Hamill that he's not as famous as he thinks.
During a trip to the company's London offices, he was handed a visitor's pass that showed how clueless workers were about his identity.
Hamill plays Luke Skywalker in the Disney-owned Star Wars movie franchise. He returned to the role in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” which has net over $2 billion in box offices sales worldwide.
But that didn't mean they'd spell his name right.
Someone then asked him on Twitter if he could describe the Disney pass in three words.
Personalized Ego Deflator https://t.co/qw3sc5kV4e— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) April 3, 2016
The 64-year-old is in London filming "Star Wars: Episode VIII."
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