Kenobi Fans Are Convinced Zach Braff’s Character Was Voiced By Seth Rogen

But now fans have spotted something of an Easter egg – and it’s all tied to Zach Braff’s character, Freck.

This mole-like creature helped Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and Princess Leia Organa (Vivien Lyra Blair) by providing transportation after arriving on a mining planet.

However, viewers are now convinced the character was actually voiced by Seth Rogen, due to the uncanny similarities in their voiceover styles, despite what the credits may suggest.

Star Wars fans have spotted an Easter egg in Obi-Wan Kenobi – and it’s all tied to Zach Braff’s character, Freck. Credit: Disney+

“It’s definitely Seth Rogen #Kenobi,” one Twitter user wrote of the show’s character.

“Seth Rogen in Kenobi this show is already goat,” wrote another fan.

Another fan asked, “Is @Sethrogen in the latest episode of @obiwankenobi?”

“Is @Sethrogen a giant mole in Obi Wan?” someone else asked about the actor on the social media site.

“Is Freck Seth Rogen?” Because he looks exactly like Seth Rogen,” another fan tweeted.

Someone else added, “Man, am I tripping or is that Seth Rogen’s voice?”

Meanwhile, others believed that the Scrubs The star, Braff, actually voiced the character – but was still in shock at the similarity between the two.

Viewers are now convinced that the character was actually voiced by Seth Rogen, despite what the credits suggest.  Credit: Alamy
Viewers are now convinced that the character was actually voiced by Seth Rogen, despite what the credits suggest. Credit: Alamy
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“Biggest plot twist is that Zach Braff voiced Freck, not Seth Rogen #Kenobi,” one viewer wrote.

Someone else joked, “Zach Braff does an amazing Seth Rogen impression in the latest Kenobi. Didn’t see that coming.”

“@Sethrogen dang I thought you were a guest on the new Obi-Wan Kenobi episode,” another fan admitted.

Elsewhere, Moses Ingram, who plays Reva on the show, recently revealed that she believes diversifying star wars ‘should have arrived earlier’.

The actor recently spoke to Tyla about the long-running lack of inclusion within the beloved franchise, which follows shortly after John Boyega and Kelly Marie Tran were subjected to disgusting racist abuse after their roles in the Skywalker trilogy.

Meanwhile, others thought the Scrubs star had indeed voiced the character - but were still in shock at the similarity between the two.  Credit: Alamy
Meanwhile, others thought the Scrubs star had indeed voiced the character – but were still in shock at the similarity between the two. Credit: Alamy

“I think it’s so important, I think they should have done it earlier,” Moses said. “But I’m happy to be the person they saw fit to be in that position, and I enjoyed it and hope other people enjoy it as much as we enjoyed doing it.”

Moses taking on the role of The Third Sister in the new series marked a turning point for cultural diversity for the star wars The Disney+ brand, previously created by Lucasfilm, had yet to see women of color top the cast list.

James C. Tibbs