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Ewan McGregor's daughter calls out star for amusing 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' reminder at home

McGregor, who is famed for playing the iconic Jedi master in the 'Star Wars' films, apparently has an interesting reference to his character at home.

Ewan McGregor's daughter calls out star for amusing 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' reminder at home
Cover Image Source: (L) Ewan McGregor attends the "A Gentleman In Moscow" New York Premiere at Museum of Modern Art on March 12, 2024, in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images) (R) Instagram | claramcgregor

"Star Wars" most probably has one of the biggest fanbases ever. The film franchise, which kickstarted in the '70s and had numerous sequels and spinoffs, has garnered millions of fans worldwide. Most fans would do anything to get their hands on rare collectibles and merchandise related to "Star Wars" and Obi-Wan Kenobi's real-life daughter, Clara McGregor, just displayed one of them in her Instagram video.

Image Source: Actor Ewan McGregor and daughter Clara Mathilde McGregor attends The Cinema Society with Ketel One and Robb Report host a screening of Sony Pictures Classics'
Image Source: Actor Ewan McGregor and daughter Clara Mathilde McGregor attend The Cinema Society with Ketel One and Robb Report host a screening of Sony Pictures Classics' "Miles Ahead" (Photo by Jim Spellman/WireImage)

The 28-year-old daughter of Ewan McGregor, who is known for his iconic role in the "Star Wars" franchise, uploaded a hilarious video featuring a toothbrush. This wasn't just any toothbrush - it appears "Star Wars" has extended its reach into McGregor's very home, right down to the bathroom. Clara filmed herself while showing her viewers a spare toothbrush she found at her parents' house, which looks like a miniature version of a blue lightsaber and even plays audio from the sci-fi saga.

 Image Source: Instagram | @claramcgregor
Image Source: Instagram | @claramcgregor

For those who do not know, lightsabers are the now-popular glowing sword-like weapons introduced by the movie franchise. McGregor's character, Obi-Wan Kenobi, wields his staple blue lightsaber to combat dark forces and its design reflects on the electric toothbrush shown by Clara. The toothbrush emits a distinct buzzing sound, instantly recognizable to any "Star Wars" aficionado. "It won't stop," Clara says in the video. She jokingly wrote in a text overlay: "Note to self: Don't rely on your parents to have extra toothbrushes at home."

Before the video cuts off, Clara holds up the toothbrush as it lights up and some of the most iconic lines of Obi-Wan Kenobi stream out of the toothbrush's mini speakers. McGregor's voice can be heard reciting lines like, "Goodbye, old friend. You have work to do" and "May The Force be with you." She also shows a photo of the unopened Obi-Wan Kenobi lightsaber toothbrush in its original packaging, which notes that it will feature "1 minute of light and sound." "Dad get out of my toothbrush," Clara captioned the video.

 Image Source: Instagram | @claramcgregor
Image Source: Instagram | @claramcgregor

According to PEOPLE, Clara has followed in the footsteps of her actor father and worked on a film with him titled "Bleeding Love." The story follows a young woman, played by Clara, going on an impromptu road trip with her estranged father—played by McGregor—after a drastic incident dishevels her life. "There was something special about him being a part of a film that I was also producing and had put together," Clara told the outlet in January while describing it as an "incredible experience."

"It's rare as an adult that you get to spend that amount of time with your parents, so that was special," she added. "I'd always admired my dad as an actor and getting to act with him showed me how good he is at what he does." In a 2018 interview with PEOPLE, she revealed her initial plans of pursuing modeling as a career but soon changed her mind and started taking a few acting classes at New York University. "All throughout high school, I really turned my back on acting. I said I was going to be a photographer, I'm going to be behind the lens," she said. "At 12 years old, I moved to L.A., which is all Hollywood, and all I was asked is, 'Are you going to do what your dad does?' I was rebelling."


 
 
 
 
 
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