Mark Hamill is getting back to his roots. The legendary “Star Wars” actor, 70, is starring in a new ad for Jack in the Box, the fast-food company that fired him after a brief stint working at one of their locations as a teenager.
Hamill, then an aspiring 18-year-old actor studying at Los Angeles City College, decided to use a goofy clown voice to take customer’s orders while working the drive-thru.
His manager didn’t approve and he was sent packing. However, Hamill’s clown voice returns in the new ad as Hamill gets another shot at working the drive-thru.
This time, he gets the added bonus of surprising unsuspecting customers. READ MORE: Mark Hamill Proves The Power Of Tweeting His Own Name In Viral Trend “I worked here as a teenager, I finally got to work the window and I thought instead of just saying ‘Can I take your order?’ In my regular voice, I did a clown voice and they didn’t like that,” Hamill recalls to one Jack in the Box customer. “They didn’t like it at all.Read more on etcanada.com