Speaking on “The Graham Norton Show,” Pedro Pascal confirmed that older “Mandalorian” fans frequently want him to talk like Din Djarin for their children whenever they encounter him, be it in the real world or online. “They get so excited, they say, ‘My kid loves ‘The Mandalorian.’ Either it’ll be a Facetime thing or they’ll be like, ‘Hey, you know, Charlie, this is the Mandalorian!'” the actor explained. “And they [the kid will] look at me and they’re like, ‘Who the hell is that?'”

Indeed, considering how rarely Din removes his helmet on the show, it’s understandable kids wouldn’t immediately associate Pascal with Baby Yoda’s father figure. He’s certainly not the first actor to encounter this sort of issue, either. During his own appearance on “The Graham Norton Show” back in 2015, Tom Hanks revealed that children are typically confused when they meet him in real life and their parents insist he’s Woody from “Toy Story.” In that case, though, Hanks admitted he’s usually able to win them over by asking the kids to close their eyes and shouting something in his Woody voice like, “We got to get back to Andy’s room right away guys!”

Unfortunately for Pascal, he’s had another — and much more awkward — problem doing his “Mandalorian” voice for the series’ younger fans. “It sounded so inappropriate because it’s actually kind of a very breathy, low-register, bedroom voice,” he confessed. If anything, asking the kids to close their eyes only makes things worse. “It’s just, like, so creepy. ‘Close your eyes and listen to my voice.’ No, it doesn’t work,” he added.