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Jeremy Bulloch's TV Series

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Jeremy Bulloch, the man we all know as Boba Fett from the original movies, will be starring in a new TV series over in the UK called "Star Hyke."

Star Hyke is a sci-fi comedy, which is being filmed and produced in England, that is supposed to be a whole new feel to the normal English sci-fi comedies, using advanced CGI editing.

Mr. Bulloch will be playing his part as Doctor Yul Striker: "At an early age Yul decided to make his life’s work healing the sick. Prior to the explosion, he was the best MD in the fleet. Now he’s lost his instinct for healing and instead seems to be the most accident-prone person who ever lived. His new ambition is to personally test every form of narcotic, balm and potion in the ships med bay, whilst simultaneously dating every nurse on the ship. You really don’t want to get sick on his shift."

Read more at starhyke.com


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