Hamill's eulogy comes right around the same time that he offered another farewell to Carrie Fisher, who portrayed his sister Leia Organa.
He fell into smuggling and linked up with Ponda Baba, who was just as much of a drunk as Evazan.
"I have the death sentence in 12 systems", the actor tasked to play the most risky Mos Eisley Cantina's drunk, Dr Evazan, famously exclaimed. He wrote: "Sorry to say that Alfie Curtis who worked with you on Episode IV of Star Wars passed away last week. As horrific as he was on-camera, off-camera he was amusing, kind & a real gentleman", Hamill - who stars in most recent Star Wars film The Last Jedi - wrote.More news: Chrissy Teigen's Travel Nightmare 'Happens More Often Than People Think'
Throughout the 1980s, Curtis, a British actor, also had roles in the movie The Elephant Man and the television series Cribb. "Thanks Alf - you'll be missed".
A third stated: "The bar scene in #StarWars remains one of the coolest sequences ever committed to film".
"His "I don't like you either" line was absolute perfection".