Diego Luna in action for Star Wars series Andor in Cleveleys but what do we know about the actor behind Cassian Andor?
Diego Luna gave a brief wave to fans as he started out a second day's filming in Cleveleys for Disney+ highly anticipated new series in the Star Wars franchise 'Andor.'
While viewers will have to wait until 2022 to get their first glimpse of the final show, swarms of people gathered near to the Cove Cafe in Cleveleys to catch Rogue One star, Mexican actor Diego Luna 41, reprise his 2016 role to film his scenes for the action adventure.
"Everything I did, I did for the Rebellion. And every time I walked away from something I wanted to forget, I told myself it was for a cause I believed in.
"A cause that was worth it. Without that, we're lost. Everything we've done would have been for nothing. I couldn't face myself if I gave up now." - Cassian Andor.
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His father Alejandro Luna, inspired his love for the stage and film as he worked as a theatre, film, and opera set designer.
He starred in many television dramas as a child before his break in the Mexican road trip movie Y Tu Mamá También, alongside one of his best friends Gael García Bernal in , a Mexican The role brought him international acclaim.
He became part of Star Wars history in 2016 when as Cassian Andor, his character appeared for the first time as an Alliance soldier who joins a rebel mission to steal the plans of the Death Star, a superweapon built by the Galactic Empire.
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One of his most recent high profile works was as Mexican drug cartel leader Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo in the Netflix series Narcos: Mexico, which premiered in November 2018.