As with all Hutts, he had a very large tongue, which he could use to swallow people whole.
But that's not what's most interesting about him... Let's talk about his life, shall we?
Zorba was born from a giant snail alien and some other alien we don't know about....anyways....
Zorba was always crazy about having his own criminal empire, even when he was young and brain-dead.
Zorba would in fact eventually give birth to one of the most heinous crime lords in the galaxy, but that's another story....
Zorba would unsurprisingly get a criminal empire of his own, which he bought off a scalawag on Ebay.
It was huge, although not nearly as large as Jabba's badass criminal empire was.
For some reason, Zorba's children would always make bigger criminal empires than Zorba's criminal empire, although it still was a kickass one.
Death of JabbaEdit
However, one of his particular children would meet his end due to his particularly large criminal empire....as was his father, Jabba was a pervert, and would often have slaves with him. However, one of his slaves (whom he found sexy as hell) managed to strangle him like Darth Homer strangled his apprentice, and he choked to death.
Zorba wasn't too happy about that, and offered a huge-ass amount of money for the slave's capture...but nobody was interested....
Becoming Sarlacc Food, Not...Edit
Eventually, Zorba would become famous (as if he wasn't famous before) when he fell from a ship into a Sarlacc's mouth.
As Hutts were indigestible, the Sarlacc vomited him out of its mouth, and he ended up stranded in the great desert.
This pissed Zorba off, who slowly crawled back to his criminal hideout.
One day Zorba mysteriously disappeared. Various aliens and whatnot went looking for him, but they disappeared as well.
Some say somebody poured a ton of salt on him by accident and killed him, while others say he went on a vacation....
Either way, we won't have to be worrying about him any time soon...
Behind the scenesEdit
On film Zorba was played by veteran actor Anthony Quinn. Zorba the Hutt went on to be nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor, but was beat out in all three cases by My Fair Lady.