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|Birth name:||George Walton Lucas, Jr.|
|Aliases:||Jorg Sacul; Egroeg Sacul|
|Roles:||Director; Executive producer; Writer|
|Date of birth:||May 14th, 1944|
|Place of birth:||Modesto, California|
|1st Sci-Fi:||THX 1138 (1971)|
George Lucas is an American film director, writer and producer. He is best known as the creator and the driving "force" behind the Star Wars film franchise. He is also the founder of Lucasfilm Ltd., which includes seven different media divisions including LucasArts, Skywalker Sound and Industrial Light and Magic (ILM).
Body of work Edit
|Star Wars: The Clone Wars||Ambush||Executive producer|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Made a cameo appearance in Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith as a character named Baron Papanoida.
- A special exclusive Star Wars action figure was made of an X-wing fighter pilot named Jorg Sacul. Sacul is "Lucas" spelled backwards. Another character, Egroeg Sacul was presented as a customer at the Star Tours ticket booth. Egroeg Sacul is George Lucas spelled backwards.
- On October 30th, 2012, George Lucas announced the sale of Lucasfilm to the Walt Disney Company for 4.05 billion dollars. The development of Star Wars episodes VII-IX are announced with a 2015 release date.
- A fictionalized version of George Lucas appears in the "Raiders of the Lost Art" episode of Legends of Tomorrow where he is played by actor Matt Angel. In the episode, a young George Lucas from the year 1967 comes to acquire the Spear of Destiny. However, an incident frightens him to the point that he quits film school and thus never becomes a famous movie director. As a result, two of the Legends lose their special talents as they were never inspired to pursue their respective careers since Lucas never made Star Wars or Indiana Jones.