List of unnamed Andorians who lived in the 24th century.

Artifact visitors Edit

Civilian on Andor Edit

This civilian worked at the Andorian Agricultural Ministry on Andor. He took an interest in Lisa Cusak, attache assigned to the Federation Embassy there. At first, she did not want anything to do with him, because he kept pointing his antennae at her whenever she walked through his office and she found that sort of rude. Nevertheless, she eventually dated him for six years. (DS9: "The Sound of Her Voice")

This Andorian was only mentioned in dialogue.

Civilian on Risa Edit

Andorian on Risa

An Andorian civilian

This civilian was visiting Risa in 2366 and resided at the same location as Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Vash. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")

This Andorian was played by background actress Kristina Kochoff who received no credit for this appearance.
Her costume was re-used several times and also worn by Tracee Lee Cocco before it was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]
The look of this tourist was designed by Michael Westmore who used electronics from a novelty potted plant toy which was built to respond to sounds so the plant danced to music, voices or noise. But the idea to make the antennae twist in response to sounds did not work on camera. ("The Andorian Incident", text commentary, ENT Season 1 DVD special feature)

Starfleet archives visitor Edit

Andorian Starfleet officer, Remembrance

Command division officer

A female Andorian in Starfleet command division uniform was at the Starfleet Museum Quantum Archives during Jean-Luc Picard's visit there. (PIC: "Remembrance")

Traders Edit

In 2366, these traders were offered a shipment of Tellurian spice by the Jovis' captain Kivas Fajo. Four days later, they placed a bid on the shipment. (TNG: "The Most Toys")

Waiter Edit

The waiter was an individual employed at a restaurant on Risa. In 2367, Geordi La Forge recalled an Andorian waiter who couldn't get the table's orders right. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")

This Andorian was only mentioned in dialogue.
The character may have been a false memory implanted by the Romulans.
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