Mark Richard Hamill (English: Mark Richard Hamill, September 25, 1951 -) is an American actor and film producer. More famously, he played Luke Skywalker in the "Star Wars Trilogy" (1977-1983). He has very good voice-over skills. He has played in the television animation "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992), the well-received video game "Batman: Akahan Crazed" (2009) and "Batman: Ah Acted as the voice of the clown in "Kahan City" (2011). He also dubbed Luo Chu in the cartoon TV animation "Heaven Soldier Park" (2010). Hamill is also the narrator of the documentary DVD series "Ancient Voices" co-produced by the BBC and TLC and released by Time Life.In 2014, it was announced that Hamill had returned to star in the 2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens.Mark Hamill was born in Oakland, California and grew up in Virginia. His mother is Suzanne of Virginia, his maiden name is Johnson, and his father, William Thomas Hamill, is a colonel in the US Navy. As one of the seven children in the family, he has two brothers Will and Patrick, four sisters Terry, Jan, Jeanie and Kim. Hamill's mother has Swedish ancestry. When Hamill was a child, his father often moved for work and he attended many schools. When he was in elementary school, he attended Walsingham College and Allan Poe Middle School. At the age of 11, he moved to San Diego, California and attended junior high school there. He moved to Virginia with his family during his first year at James Macdison High School, where he attended Annandale High School. Later his father was stationed in Japan, and Hamill facilitated Nile C. Kinnick graduated from high school at the Yokosuka Naval Facility and was also a member of the Drama Club. Later, he majored in drama at Los Angeles City College.Hamill's earliest career began as a voice acting in the animation "Jeannie" produced by Hanna Barbera, and played Grant Goodeve in the pilot episode of the TV series "The Eight Treasures". He has also acted in TV series such as "The Texas Wheelers", "Honolulu Police Cavalry", "Central Hospital", "Partridge Family" and "One Day at a Time". Hamill starred in the first TV movie in 1977 "The City".When Robert Ingram was auditioning for the 1979 film "Apocalypse Now", the director of "Star Wars" George Lucas happened to pass the audition hall. When he was watching Ingram's audition, he found out Hamill, the friend beside Ingram, would be a great candidate for Luke Skywalker. Lucas suggested that Hamill ask him to audition for a short period. Hamill succeeded in getting Lucas' favor, and thus won the opportunity to play Luke Skywalker .The release of "Star Wars" in the summer of 1977 (ie "Star Wars IV: First Light") was an unexpectedly great success and had a huge impact on the film industry. Hamill also appeared in the "Star Wars Holiday Special" (1978), and later appeared in two sequels "Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back" (1980) and "Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi" (1983) year). Both sequels earned Hamill the Saturn Award for Best Actor.Hamill originally played Luke again in the "Star Wars" radio series, but the radio series was not produced due to budget issues. The Walt Disney Company acquired Lucasfilm, and announced that it will start shooting the seventh "Star Wars" movie, and Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher will all return to star in Luke. Skywalker, Han Suro and Princess Leia.After the release of "Star Wars" in 1977, the cover of Joseph Campbell's "Hero with a Thousand Faces" used the image of Hamill as Luke .