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General Enric Pryde is a major antagonist in the Star Wars sequel trilogy. He is a high-ranking military leader of the First Order, acting as the Allegiant General in the organization's armed forces. As the First Order rises to power after the Battle of Crait under Kylo Ren's leadership, Pryde works alongside General Hux to create countless legions of First Order Stormtroopers to take over the galaxy.
He appears as the secondary antagonist of the 2019 film Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker, the third & final installment of the sequel trilogy and the finale of the Skywalker Saga as whole.
He was portrayed by Richard E. Grant, who also played Barkis Bittern in Corpse Bride, the Great Intelligence in Doctor Who, Vic Van Wrinkle in Horrid Henry: The Movie, The Man With a Beard But No Hair in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Dr. Zander Rice in Logan.
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- To get the role of Pryde, Richard E. Grant had to act scenes from "a forties British war film" in his audition before he was notified months later that he had get the role. On the other hand, Grant based out his performance as Pryde on the legendary Peter Cushing's portrayal as Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.
- When Richard E. Grant's casting on The Rise of Skywalker was first announced, many fans immediately assumed that he would be playing Grand Admiral Thrawn, given that Grant's facial features closely match to those of Thrawn's. However, before Pryde's name was revealed, Grant dismissed the notion that he was playing Thrawn in an interview.