Camie Marstrap was a human female who lived in Anchorhead on Tatooine. Her family grew hydroponics gardens, buying the water from Owen Lars. Marstrap frequented the Tosche Station along with her boyfriend, Laze "Fixer" Loneozner, Deak, Windy, and Luke Skywalker.
The young woman named Camie Marstrap hailed from Tatooine, a sun-scorched planet located in the Outer Rim Territories of the galaxy. Her parents, a couple of hydroponic gardeners, frequently bought water from the moisture farmers Owen and Beru Lars, who lived in the Jundland Wastes. Thanks to that, Marstrap became acquainted with Luke Skywalker, the Larses' nephew and adoptive son. In her late teens, Marstrap lived in Anchorhead, and she spent her free time hanging out at Tosche Station with Skywalker, Biggs Darklighter, Deak, Windy, and her boyfriend Laze "Fixer" Loneozner. Like the other members of that small circle, Marstrap nicknamed Skywalker "Wormie," which sometimes made him doubt the sincerity of their friendship.
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In the original production of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope (then known as simply Star Wars) in 1976, there were several minutes of film involving Luke Skywalker spending time at Tosche power station with his friends. The only girl in the group was Camie, portrayed by the American actress Koo Stark. Although those scenes were not used in the final film release, they still appeared in the first issue of the Marvel Star Wars comics adaptation of A New Hope. They were also retained in the 1981 Star Wars Radio Drama broadcast by National Public Radio. In this dramatization, Camie was voiced by Stephanie Steele. Camie made a few more appearances in various stories and sourcebooks. These sources are part of Star Wars Legends, previously known as the Expanded Universe, and are therefore not official canon. However, Camie and her backstory were partially canonized by Topps's iOS app Star Wars: Card Trader, which was released in 2015.
- Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope (First appearance) (Deleted scene)
- A New Hope: The Princess, the Scoundrel, and the Farm Boy (Mentioned only)