How to clone the chorus of a clone trooper
If you’ve ever wanted to perform the chorus on the streets of Star Wars, then you’ll find it in the hands of clone trooper Travis “Travis” Givens.
He performs as the character “Chorus of the First Order” on the series’ official YouTube channel, and he’s just become one of the most popular celebrities in the world.
Travis Givins, clone trooper and hero Travis Givers on YouTube Travis Gives an amazing performance as the Chorus of The First Order.
“When I was a kid, I had an uncle who was a trooper.
And he said, ‘When you were a kid you had to do that.
And when you were young, you did it.’
And I thought, ‘Wow, I can do that.'”
Travis Givalens, who plays the iconic character “The Trooper” on “Star Wars Rebels” (YouTube) Travis GIVENS, clone actor and the voice of the “Chori,” or “chorus” in Star Wars The Clone Wars.
In addition to being the voice actor for the iconic clone trooper “Chariots of the Republic,” Travis Giver has been seen as a guest star on many shows over the years, including the animated series “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic,” and “Adventure Time.”
“The Clone Wars” is also the first series that Travis Given has appeared in as a solo actor, and in the series, he’s the only male character in the original Star Wars trilogy to appear as a man.
He joins fellow actor and Star Wars fan favorite, Peter Mayhew, in voicing the characters.
When the show premiered in 2016, fans began to speculate as to who the character would be, but there was little confirmation until the series premiered in 2017.
Now, Givenson has revealed that he’s playing the role of the iconic droid, “Chorok.”
In a recent interview with “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Givents revealed that the character will be voiced by actor Peter Mayhews.
“I played a chorok named Chorok, who was voiced by Peter Mayhardson,” Giver said.
“And I’m excited to play that character again, because he is one of my favorite characters.
I grew up in a very geeky, nerdy household.
And Chorak is a droid who is the best.
And I’m thrilled to have him on my team, because I know that he’ll bring a lot to the table.”
“ChoroK” is an alternate personality of the droid.
“Chorrak” is a sentient humanoid robot, who is known as the “Vader” because he’s seen in The Empire Strikes Back.
Givans said that “ChoraK” has a very loyal, “patriotic” character.
“The character of Chorrak, in a way, is just like Vader.
He’s a warrior who will not hesitate to sacrifice himself for the good of his comrades.
And you can tell he has a lot of respect for his fellow humans.”
The character will have a much larger role in the future, as Givians said that he and Mayhays love “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and will work together to create a “StarWars” universe.
“I know that I can’t speak to the future of this character.
But what I can tell you is that he is a great addition to this cast and that he has been a big fan of Star Trek since he was a little kid.”
The character of “Choral” is the original character of the show, and Givals voice for the character has grown over the past three years.
“In a way I feel like I am the voice that is actually coming from the character,” Gives said.
“Choroke” is one example of the many characters Givys voice actor has worked with in the past.
In 2016, he voiced the character of Cade Skywalker, a young girl in the “Star War” series.
In 2017, Gives voice actor, Mark Hamill, voiced the lead character in “Star Blazers.”
“We have a lot in common.
Mark Hamills voice is a big part of our lives.
Mark is a Jedi and Luke Skywalker is our father,” Travis said.