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"I think one of the reasons why Star Wars is so lasting and makes such an impact is because its talking about something that's happening in all of us. That battle between the dark and the light."
―Oscar Isaac[src]

Óscar Isaac Hernández (born March 9, 1979)[1] known professionally as Oscar Isaac, is a Guatemalan-American actor who portrayed Poe Dameron in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens and Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi. He voiced the character on the animated show Star Wars Resistance and reprised the role in Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker.

Isaac's first lead role was that of Saint Joseph in The Nativity Story (2006), co-starring Keisha Castle-Hughes as the Virgin Mary. He received acclaim as the title character of Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), which also featured Adam Driver. In 2014, he appeared in Ex Machina with Domhnall Gleeson. In 2018, he appeared in Annihilation alongside Natalie Portman. Issac is slated to appear as Duke Leto Atredies in the 2021 film Dune.

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