14 Facts About Kanan Jarrus


Kanan Jarrus was born on Caleb Dume and is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise, voiced by Freddie Prinze Jr.

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Kanan Jarrus appears as a disembodied voice in the film The Rise of Skywalker, while a young Caleb Dume makes appearances in the seventh season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: The Bad Batch .

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From that point onwards, Kanan Jarrus lived most of his life on the run, hiding from the Galactic Empire, before eventually meeting Hera Syndulla and joining the Ghost crew as its de facto leader.

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Kanan Jarrus first appears in a short film released prior to the series, "The Machine in the Ghost", and his voice is heard in another one, "Entanglement".

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In "The Siege of Lothal", the two-part premiere of season 2, Kanan Jarrus survives an encounter with Darth Vader, while in "The Lost Commanders", he initially finds it difficult to trust the clone trooper Captain Rex, because clones had murdered his master, Depa Bilaba, as well as most other Jedi, in obedience to Order 66.

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In "Shroud of Darkness", Kanan Jarrus is promoted to the rank of Jedi Knight following a series of adventures in the Jedi Temple on Lothal.

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Kanan Jarrus still participates in Rebel missions, with his mastery of the Force compensating for his blindness, but he takes a less active role in leadership.

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Ahsoka stops Ezra from saving Kanan Jarrus, telling him that he intended to sacrifice himself and interfering with it would allow the fuel explosion he caused to kill Ezra and most of the Spectres via the grandfather paradox.

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Kanan Jarrus is briefly mentioned by Ezra in the episode "A Disarming Lesson".

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Kanan Jarrus is heard in The Rise of Skywalker as one of the Jedi spirits who encourage Rey to defeat Palpatine.

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Comic-book Kanan Jarrus ran for 12 issues from 2015 to 2016, and was published by Marvel Comics.

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The flashbacks of the second arc, First Blood, focused on how Kanan Jarrus was assigned under Depa Billaba's mentorship, as well as his first battle alongside clone troopers during the Clone Wars.

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Kanan Jarrus appears in the Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales episode "Mission to Mos Eisley", which adapts his role in the Rebels first-season episode "Droids in Distress".

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Kanan Jarrus appears as a playable character in several Star Wars video games, as described below:.

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