Jason Wingreen, the actor who provided the voice for villainous Star Wars bounty hunter Boba Fett in The Empire Strikes Back has died at the age of 95, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

While Wingreen voiced the character, it was Jeremy Bulloch who was seen in the movies wearing the mysterious Boba Fett costume and helmet.

Boba Fett's complete dialogue in the original Star Wars trilogy was literally only four lines total, small enough to fit into a single tweet (with room for attribution).

Even so, Boba Fett, who definitely gets a boost by having one of the dopest costumes in the whole franchise, became a fan favorite and went on to appear in the expanded Star Wars universe of novels, comic books and video games. Disney is currently producing a standalone Boba Fett movie that's expected to drop in 2020.

"I think the actual work, aside from the hellos and goodbyes and all that, could have been no more than 10 minutes," Wingreen, who originally auditioned to be the voice of Yoda once said of the role, according to Rolling Stone.

Wingreen also played Harry the bartender on the 1970s sitcom All in the Family and appeared in a number of movies. One of his final roles was an appearance on Seinfeld in the '90s.