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Star Wars character
First appearanceStar Wars (2019)
Created byNeal Scanlan
Portrayed byRobin Guiver
Lynn Robertson Bruce
Voiced byJ. J. Abrams
(vocal effects)
OccupationAstromech droid
AffiliationSith Assassin Ochi of Bastoon
The Resistance

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D-O or Deeo is a fictional droid character in the Star Wars franchise created by Neal Scanlan. He appeared in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Director J. J. Abrams did the voice effects for the film. Abrams' voice was meant to be a temporary example but screenwriter Chris Terrio liked Abrams voice for the effects so they kept his voice for D-O. Robin Guiver and Lynn Robertson Bruce puppeteered the on-set prop at different times. The character D-O was designed in artwork by Neal Scanlan and the creatures and robotics team.

Concept and creation[edit]

J. J. Abrams used his voice as a stand-in during production in place of an actual actor; however, screenwriter Chris Terrio preferred Abram' voice and decided to keep it in the finished project as the D-O droid's final voice.[1] Terrio said, "There's something about the way that J.J. pronounces some of those words, like 'No, thank you,' and, 'Very kind, thank you.' They're so J.J. and so D-O, so that that stuck around."[2] Jackson McHenry ofVulture called the character "a fully operational adorableness operation."[3] In March 2021, the D-O droid was ranked 18th out of 20 on, where his personality was praised saying "But D-O also wasn’t shy to say “no thank you” and roll away to let you know when his boundaries were crossed. In a galaxy of cute droids, he ranks high."[4]

Fictional biography[edit]

At various points throughout the course of the films, D-O is a friend to C-3PO, Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, R2-D2 and BB-8. D-O and C-3PO are the only focused droids to be able to speak English. D-O can only speak a less complex version of binary that was easier for Non-droids to understand. He only spoke basic English and had a noticeable stutter. It is said that he was reactivated by BB-8 in roughly 35 ABY, and was brought to the planet Kijimi where he was fully repaired by Rey.

In the visual dictionary of the movie, D-0 was confirmed to have been built by an unidentified droidsmith who was killed by Ochi Bestoon. Prior to the release of The Rise of Skywalker, it was believed that Babu Frik had created him. D-0 has been said to have been made During or before 21 ABY.


  1. Kessler, Robert (2019-12-21). "Rise of Skywalker's D-O Explained: Who Voices Star Wars' New Droid?". ScreenRant. Retrieved 2021-07-27. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. Nast, Condé (2019-12-19). "25 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Cameos You Might Have Missed". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 2021-07-27.
  3. McHenry, Jackson (2019-04-12). "Star Wars: Episode IX Is Introducing a Tiny Little New Droid Friend for You". Vulture. Retrieved 2021-07-27.
  4. "20 of the Star Wars Galaxy's Greatest Droids". 2021-03-09. Retrieved 2021-07-27.

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