As well as his role as Boba Fett, Jeremy Bulloch had a bit part in The Empire Strikes Back as Lieutenant Sheckil, the officer escorting Princess Leia, Chewbacca and C-3PO to the Executor.
Although not known as a voice actor Jeremy Bulloch has played the role of Sir Logan in the Night Traveller series and reprised his role as Hal for the Doctor Who audio book of The Time Warrior.
Whilst attending a convention in Guatemala in 2002 Jeremy Bulloch admitted his favourite line in The Empire Strikes Back was 'Put Captain Solo on the cargo hold', however he confessed he flubbed it the first time and said 'Put Captain CARGO on the SOLO hold'.
Jeremy Bulloch took part on the fanfilm productions Order of The Sith, Order of the Sith: Vengeance and Order of the Sith: Downfall to raise money for the Save the Children foundation.
Jeremy Bulloch spent six months working on the 1977 BBC production The Sadrina Project designed to teach English to people from the Far East. When he returned to China in 1992 he was approached by many residents who thanked him for being their teacher.
Jeremy Bulloch's first audition was for Bang, You're Dead with Jack Warner, he didn't get the role.
Jeremy Bulloch's first appearance on screen was at the age of 12 in a commercial for Shreddies breakfast cereal.
Jeremy Bulloch got the role of Boba Fett through his half-brother Robert Watts, who was the associate producer on The Empire Strikes Back.
Due to the fact that as Boba Fett his face is never seen, Jeremy Bulloch was able to play the role of Captain Colton in the final Star Wars film Revenge of the Sith.
Jeremy Bulloch published a limited edition memoir, Flying Solo, in 2004.
Jeremy Bulloch: I've done a lot of work but I'll be remembered as Boba Fett. People will always remember Star Wars even in 50 years time. Hopefully people will remember you from theatre plays and television, but to be known for being part of the Star Wars saga, it's a part of history.
Jeremy Bulloch: I remember the great fun we all had being in a Bond film. It was work but you felt like a little boy having the time of your life. Sometimes filming can be long days without much happening but the Bond films were long days with an awful lot happening.