If you’re wondering why Ewan McGregor looks more like Jesus Christ than Obi-Wan Kenobi, that’s because most of the footage used comes from the movie Last Days in the Desert, where McGregor played Jesus. Even though his hair is a bit long, there’s an argument to be made for Obi-Wan letting himself go a bit once he’s in exile. The flashes of Padme dying in child birth and Anakin burning and angry on Mustafar show that he just get over these traumatic moments that he was an integral part of.
Obi-Wan Kenobi was one of the greatest Jedi Masters to ever live. He was the first Jedi to have killed a Sith in over a thousand years, a general and war hero during the Clone Wars, and the Rebellion’s only hope in their darkest hour.
For , Obi-Wan Kenobi was played by Sir , who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor (the only acting-related Academy Award nomination for any Star Wars film). Guinness reprised the role as Kenobi's ghost in and . Alec was not very fond of the Star Wars universe however, and thought that the series was "fairy-tale rubbish".