Captain Teva from The Mandalorian Transforms into a Star Trek Icon

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, the Mandalorian star of Kim’s Convenience and the actor in Kim’s Convenience, shows fans how a possible role in Starfleet might look.

The Mandalorian actor and Kim’s Convenience star Paul Sun-Hyung Lee shows off his flawless Star Trek cosplay online.

As a response to an asking on Twitter regarding who Lee would like to portray in a potential Star Trek appearance, Lee responded with a picture of himself in the blue Starfleet uniform along with the caption “Anything #Starfleet.”

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Lee is well-known for his role as Randy Ko in the improvised drama Train 48. Lee played in The Mandalorian as Captain Carson Teva. He was a former Rebel Alliance pilot who joined the New Republic Starfighter Corps. Lee’s Star Wars debut was in The Mandalorian season 2’s episode “The Passenger.” Lee has been in numerous roles, in the show, including the fifth episode of The Book of Boba Fett “Return of the Mandalorian.” Lee was also played by Iroh in Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Avatar The Last Airbender.

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The Mandalorian Season 3 finale “The Return” premiered on April 19, and caused a stir among fans. The third season also greatly extended the role of Grogu, the fan-favorite character on the show, much to the delight of viewers. Dave Filoni warned fans following the conclusion not to be expecting a thorough study of Grogu’s family or his species. Filoni said that if he was aware of the information it would be a shame to share it with you. You’d then know that I’m aware of it but don’t want to tell you. That is cruel, so I’m not saying.”

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The Mandalorian Season 3 also included numerous controversial celebrity appearances, most notably Hollywood iconic Jack Black and acclaimed musician Lizzo. They appeared in the episode sixth, “Guns for Hire,” in which they played an eccentric royal couple. “Y’all I’ve just discovered that I’m royalty in Star Wars, which is Disney which means that I am a Disney princess,” Lizzo noted on social media. Lizzo spoke out about her connection with her father who died in Star Wars. She wrote, “When [ the Mandalorian CreatorJon Favreau called me and offered the part of The Dutchess I was crying throughout the day, wishing he was still here cus he would be so happy.”

Disney+ is currently streaming The MandalorianSeasons 1 through 3.

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