365 Days of Star Wars Women Blog

Day 110 – Sola Naberrie

Sola Naberrie was Padmé Amidala’s older sister. Her scenes were cut out of the final version of Attack of the Clones. She apparently appeared in the funeral procession at the end of Revenge of...

Day 109 – Bana Breemu

Bana Breemu was a character cut out of Revenge of the Sith. She was a member of the Galactic Senate representing the Humbarine sector and was part of the Delegation of 2,000. If you’re wondering who...

Day 107 – Camie Loneozner

Camie Loneozner was a resident of Anchorhead on Tatooine. She appeared in a scene near the beginning of A New Hope at Tosche Station with Luke Skywalker (and a few other of Luke’s friends)...

Day 106 – Korr Sella

Korr Sella (Korrie) served as an envoy to the New Republic in The Force Awakens. The majority of her role was cut out of the final version of the film. Sella worked under General Leia Organa...

Day 105 – Lovey

Lovey was one of the glamorous individuals Rose and Finn saw gamble at the Canto Bight casino in The Last Jedi. She was seen gambling with the Master Codebreaker and her true name is, as...

Day 104 – Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the actress bringing L3-37 to life in Solo: A Star Wars Story. She has also appeared in the TV series Fleabag, Crashing, and Broadchurch. Waller-Bridge wrote and produced Crashing and wrote...

Day 103 – Riyo Chuchi

Riyo Churchi was a Pantoran senator who served in the Galactic Senate during the Clone Wars. Churchi appeared in over a dozen episodes of the TV series The Clone Wars. She also appeared in the...

Day 102 – Jude Watson

Judy Blundell – known to many readers by her pseudonym Jude Watson – is the author of dozens of Star Wars young reader novels. She wrote books for the Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice, Jedi...

Day 101 – Carrie Beck

Carrie Beck was a producer on Star Wars Rebels and Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures. She’s also the executive producer on the Forces of Destiny shorts. But that’s not all. Additionally, Beck is a...