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The “Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill was fired as a result of Jack in the Box, and for this special reason

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“Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill’s voice – or any voice-over skill, instead of landing him in hot water, to the time when he was working in the fast food industry.

Hamill was thinking back to one of his live shows-per-hour during an appearance in addition to actor Bradley Whitford on “the Late Late Show With James Corden” on Monday. Whitford, who is best known for his portrayal of White House deputy chief of staff Josh Lyman on The West Wing, reminds us of the first meeting of Hamill in a restaurant, he was working at in 1981.

Whitford admitted, Hamill was the first major movie star he’d ever met, and remembered that he left a huge tip.

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“I’m one of those people … I was a waiter, and get one, you have to start somewhere. I am very well aware of the fact that it is their life’s blood on the tips,” said the 67-year-old Hamill, adding that a lot of people due to the role it plays in the “Star Wars” franchise, he is “richer than God”.

Hamill joked that fans often mistake him for the director of the film and the “Star Wars” creator George Lucas.

According to a 2017 report by GoBankingRates, Hamill has the estimated value of $12 million. Luke landed on the Forbes’ richest celebrities list the year, with a $5.5 billion net worth.

“It is important for you to strive to be the best employee you can be — it doesn’t matter what kind of work you’re doing,” Hamill said. The actor, who is voicing Chucky in the upcoming remake of the horror movie ” Child’s Play,” he said as he tried to get to the “theatrical aspects” of a waiter.

Many years ago, Hamill said that he was working at a jack in the Box restaurant, make milkshakes, and grilling it in the back of the restaurant.

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“I have always supported the work of the [drive-through] window,” Hamill said. “And it’s the one chance I had to … but it’s never occurred to me not to be in the role of the clown in the Jack-in-the-Box” clown.”

Thus, Hamill said that he was trying to take orders from the customer into the voice of a clown.

“My manager didn’t think it was very funny. He told me to go home and never come back,” said Hamill, in which it is confirmed that he was let go on the spot. “Fired for being in touch!”

Hamill isn’t the only celebrity who has expressed a beef with Jack in the Box in the last few weeks.

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At the end of May, Kim Kardashian announced on Twitter that she has a “serious complaint” about the fast-food chain, even though they did not elaborate on what exactly is going on.

“I would like to add that this is not about me, or in the wrong order. No one recognized me, and it’s something that I noticed is that the influence of the other customers at this particular location, and that was about it,” she later explains.

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