The Empire Strikes BackEdit
The Star Wars Insider 74 article Who's Who in Echo Base, written by Josh Radke, incorrectly states that Jerry Harte played Echo Base controller Romas Navander, a Star Wars Legends character, in The Empire Strikes Back. In fact, the Navander role was portrayed by actor Burnell Tucker, while Harte played another Echo Base officer who was not named in Star Wars Legends.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Patay, Ajesh (2009-08-25, 5:35 PM BST). Julia McKenzie on being the new Miss Marple: interview. The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group Limited. Retrieved on September 24, 2015. “With a holiday booked for February and still no news, McKenzie jetted off to New Zealand with her American actor-director husband of 37 years Jerry Harte.”
- ↑ Johnston, Jenny (2015-02-06, 17:31 EST). 'I'm thrilled to be the mother-in-law from hell!' Julia McKenzie's back in the TV version of JK Rowling's The Casual Vacancy and this time she's the villain. Daily Mail Online. Associated Newspapers Ltd. Retrieved on September 24, 2015. “Her husband, the American actor and musician Jerry Harte […]”
- ↑ This assertion is based on a visual comparison of actors Jerry Harte and Burnell Tucker, using pictures of both men in their respective various acting roles (see: Jerry Harte and Burnell Tucker). Comparing both actors demonstrates that Tucker played Echo Base controllers Romas Navander and Wyron Serper in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, while Harte played an unnamed Rebel officer. Therefore, the claim from the Star Wars Insider 74 article Who's Who in Echo Base that Harte played Navander is incorrect.