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Nach Jahren unfreiwilligen Kälteschlafes wird Captain Dylan Hunt, Commander des Raumschiffes Andromeda, mit einer ihm völlig fremden Welt konfrontiert: Die Vereinigung der Planeten, in deren Auftrag er unterwegs war, existiert nicht mehr. Zusätzlich zu dem bekannten Namen Roddenberrys wurde als weiteres Zugpferd der aus der Serie Hercules bekannte Schauspieler Kevin Sorbo engagiert. Andromeda Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Brent Stait, Brandy Ledford, Ralf Moeller u.v.m. Die Schauspielerin Lexa Doig spielte die Rolle von Andromeda Ascendant in der Serie Andromeda von bis Synchronsprecherin von Lexa Doig bei. Finde alle Informationen zur Besetzung das Staffel 1 von Andromeda: Schauspieler, Regisseur und Drehbuchautoren.
dem Schauspieler vorgetragenen Passagen aus der 'Andromeda' des Euripides laut nachsangen, während eine gleichzeitig auftretende Durchfallerkrankung. Besetzung, Charaktere, Schauspieler & Crew der TV-Serie: Kevin Sorbo · Lisa Ryder · Laura Bertram · Gordon Michael Woolvett · Lexa Doig · Keith Hamilton . Die Schauspielerin Lexa Doig spielte die Rolle von Andromeda Ascendant in der Serie Andromeda von bis Synchronsprecherin von Lexa Doig bei.
Secretary Falin 1 episode, Timothy Webber Archduke 1 episode, Kristi Angus Lyra 1 episode, Adam Battrick Prince Kallah 1 episode, Wanda Cannon Ch'kadau Leader 1 episode, Patricia Hargreaves Rev's Mother 1 episode, Courtney Kramer Head Nietzschean 2 episodes, Steve Makaj Commander Cross 1 episode, Cameron Park Henry Semel 1 episode, Gianna Patton Ti-Ki 1 episode, Peter Shinkoda Burke 1 episode, Marie Stillin Judge 1 episode, Colin Banner Armed Leader 1 episode, Matthew Bennett Cutter 1 episode, Noah Dalton Danby Rbarton 1 episode, Gigi De Leon Lunah 1 episode, Patricia Drake Jonah's Lieutenant 1 episode, Mark Gibbon Templar Lieutenant 1 episode, Tom Heaton Doctor Crax-Q 1 episode, Dominika Juillet Hada 1 episode, Rob Lee Head Bailiff 1 episode, Michael St.
John Smith Ambassador Galdamez 1 episode, Michael Tomlinson Emissary 1 episode, Stefanie von Pfetten Nema 1 episode, Guy Fauchon Nissa 1 episode, Bill Mondy Stranger 1 episode, Pablo Coffey Wayist Monk 1 episode, Bill Croft Warden 1 episode, Richard de Klerk Mapes 1 episode, Dario Delacio Brexos 1 episode, Eli Gabay Khalid 1 episode, Allan Morgan President Sebastian Lee 1 episode, Louis Chirillo Ngomi 1 episode, Antonio Cupo Lieutenant Gadell 1 episode, Mike Desabrais Perseid 1 episode, Nathaniel DeVeaux Dutch 1 episode, Jason Diablo Pogue 1 episode, Glenn Ennis Dragon Officer 1 episode, Nels Lennarson Arjun 1 episode, Michele Morand Jadis 1 episode, Moya O'Connell Tiama 1 episode, Jano Frandsen Jack Fremont 1 episode, Andee Frizzell Mila 1 episode, Allan Gray Yanos 1 episode, Greg Kean Man-Ka-Lupe 1 episode, Christopher Logan Prometheus Wellington 1 episode, Tyler McClendon Commonwealth Officer 1 1 episode, Steven McMichael The Alien 1 episode, Kevin McNulty Cuatemoc 1 episode, Donna White Flordelis 1 episode, Tricia Young Shinta 1 episode, Melissa Barker Sauer Ron-Dai 1 episode, Tim Henry Amory Sutton 1 episode, Michael Jonsson Guard 1 episode, Peter Kent Genghis 1 episode, D.
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Also, the more frequently used routes are often easier, faster and more predictable. The Systems Commonwealth was a huge utopian civilization, spanning three major galaxies of the Local Group.
It was founded by the Vedrans , the first race to discover slipstream, who initially used it to conquer the Andromeda Galaxy. After a long and bitter war of attrition with the major powers of the Triangulum Galaxy, the Vedran Empire was reorganized as the democratic Systems Commonwealth.
The Commonwealth served as a peaceful intergalactic government for almost 10, years until the Nietzschean revolt. Dylan eventually managed to restore the Commonwealth though not to its former glory; initially it had only 50 members while the Old Commonwealth had included more than a million worlds.
However, the New Commonwealth soon fell victim to internal corruption masterminded by the group known as the Collectors, who were allied with the Abyss.
Robert Hewitt Wolfe was brought in to develop the series. Fireworks Entertainment was brought in to co-finance and for international distribution.
In early , actor Kevin Sorbo was recruited to star in the series while he starred in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
Sorbo, his agent, Eric Gold, and Majel Roddenberry were to be executive producers and Wolfe as co-executive producer. The Andromeda theme song used in the first season was composed by Alex Lifeson , guitarist for the progressive rock band Rush , executive producer Robert Hewitt Wolfe being a big fan.
Andromeda' s first episode was aired in syndication on October 2,  while being carried on Global Television Network in Canada.
In January , Andromeda was renewed for two seasons, its third and fourth, having gotten two year deals with stations in 39 out the top 40 markets.
In January , the Sci-Fi Channel made a deal for the show and all its episodes plus fellow Tribune syndicated but discontinued show BeastMaster.
In March, the cable channel would start showing season four episodes which would then be seen in syndication 7 to 10 days later.
With the deal, the series was renewed for its fifth and final season. With Fireworks being the primary production company, this was effectively the show's cancellation notice.
Fireworks Entertainment took Tribune to court to get an order releasing them from production and financing the two series. A region B Blu-ray release of Season One was released on June 24, in the UK, with the next two seasons following by the end of that year.
The all-region Blu-ray release of the complete box set of all five seasons was released on September 19, Andromeda was nominated for 39 awards at organizational events spanning the years to The show won 18 of those awards.
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He secretly unites the Drago-Kazov, the Sabra-Jaguar and the Maroon Prides, the three most powerful Nietzschean Prides, becomes their supreme leader and leaves Andromeda because his people were working with the Spirit of the Abyss.
He then looked for the Star Map to the Route of Ages in order to weaken the Abyss and find a way to destroy the terrifying race of the Magog, which threatened all the sentient inhabitants of the Known Worlds with extinction.
He ultimately ended up in an alternate universe where thought becomes reality with Andromeda crew-member Beka Valentine.
Once the Spirit of the Abyss sealed its influence inside Beka, Dylan, new Nietzschean officer Telemachus Rhade and engineer Seamus Harper arrive and attempt to capture him.
As he tries to escape, they shoot him in the back and injure him. Defiant to the end, Tyr Anasazi refused to surrender. He fell into the abyss, a canyon with endless darkness, and was never seen again.
Seamus Zelanzy Harper , played by Canadian actor Gordon Michael Woolvett , is a member of the Andromeda Ascendant crew and is the engineer and fix-it man.
Harper is the only member of the Andromeda ' s crew born and raised on post-Commonwealth Earth , specifically in Boston.
After the Fall, it was conquered by the wealthy and powerful, ruling Nietzschean Pride called the Drago-Kazov, who treated unengineered humans poorly, and its inhabitants were frequently attacked by the Magog.
The human denizens of Earth lived in poverty and conflict, which prompted Harper to run away. He was hired by Bobby Jensen for a one-time-gig, which placed him on the Eureka Maru , a salvage ship captained by Beka Valentine.
After learning that Bobby had lied to her, Beka broke up with Bobby and hired Harper as the new engineer of the Maru. Harper's tumultuous upbringing has left him with somewhat deficient social skills, as well as a poor immune system—significantly he is the only non-genetically-enhanced human in the entire crew, with Dylan's mother being from a high-gravity world and Beka's reflexes having been enhanced by her father—and he prefers to spend his time in the company of machines, constantly fixing and upgrading Andromeda and her various systems.
He is quirky, sarcastic, funny, a bit ego-centric, but undoubtedly a genius. He also constructed the humanoid avatar for the Andromeda AI, called Rommie by the crew.
Harper has a neural interface also called a Cerebral Port, or Data Port at the base of his skull, which he uses to jack into computers, sentient ships, and programs.
Harper's middle name, "Zelazny", was probably given to the character by the writers as a tribute to the late, beloved science-fiction and fantasy author, Roger Zelazny.
Harper once introduced himself as "Lieutenant Seamus Harper". While it is not unlikely that after the recreation of the Commonwealth the civilian command crew of the Andromeda would be officially enrolled into the High Guard and given ranks, and the rank insignia he was wearing on his clothes at the time would seem to support this, since Harper was at the time speaking to two attractive women and has never used the rank again in conversation, it is possible he was lying or exaggerating.
Trance Gemini was played by Canadian actress Laura Bertram. Her first appearance on the show is as a young, purple-skinned alien of unknown origin with a prehensile tail, somewhat resembling Marvel Comics ' X-Man , Nightcrawler.
She represents the archetype of the animal-like, sweet, sensitive, and silly fantasy creature and serves as both comic relief and moral support.
Her behavior overall is innocent and childlike or naive, though ultimately serious direly so at times , and clever. For example, her report on Dylan Hunt's rescue was "I looked for you.
I found out where you were. I traveled to where you were. I got you out. The report is childlike, yet intentionally covert, neatly expressing the character's way of thinking.
Trance Gemini was the last member to join the crew of Beka Valentine's salvage ship Eureka Maru before they rescued the Andromeda Ascendant and its captain, Dylan Hunt , from the event horizon of a black hole.
On the Andromeda , Trance serves as Environmentals and Life Support officer, xenobiologist, botanist and physician.
Her work is mainly in the ship's hydroponics garden or medical deck, though she serves as member of the bridge crew as well.
Trance is mysterious about her true nature. Her accurate though untrained precognitive abilities save the crew of the Andromeda on many occasions.
This ability also helps her in gambling , espionage and thievery when necessary. In season two, Trance undergoes a transformation.
Effects from a Tesseract machine, which folds spacetime and causes distorted overlaps between past and future, enables her to switch places with her future self.
The "new" Trance is also played by Laura Bertram , but is now an accomplished warrior with a more seasoned and hardened personality, and golden skintone.
It is later revealed to all that she is the original Vedran Sun, a member of the Lambent Kith Nebula — a species of sentient suns.
In the series finale we learn that she was the oldest and first in the Nebula, who left them to protect Dylan Hunt , as the Paradine have always protected the Lambent Kith.
The suns of the Lambent Kith Nebula are the enemies of the Abyss, and aim to destroy it. Trance has special powers and abilities.
For instance, she can transform into a model of her own Sun and go supernova at will. She attempts to destroy the Magog Worldship with this ability and appears successful at first, but is instead badly crippled by her efforts.
Trance plays a critical role during the Nietzschean Secession, in which the crew of the Andromeda fought with former crewmember Tyr Anasazi to obtain passage to the Route of Ages.
When the Andromeda crew is in Seefra , Trance is in her Sun state, known as the core creature. Once in humanoid form, she has no recollection of her identity or capabilities.
She later displays the ability to tesseract at will. Trance discovers that her "people", the Lambent Kith Nebula, have come under the spell of the Abyss.
She decides to use her Sun to destroy the Abyss. Afterwards she seems to receive a message from her Sun, which she gleefully relays as "It is my Sun.
The Abyss is dead! In Robert Hewitt Wolfe 's original plan for Andromeda , Trance Gemini's race Solar avatars would have been the "Lightbringers", or " Lucifers ", who waged war in " Heaven " - the original state of the Universe as infinitesimally small, perfect Space, or the Primordial Black Hole - resulting in the Big Bang.
The Spirit of the Abyss was conceived of as an embodiment of Love a "twisted stalker " sort of love, in this case gravity bringing the Universe to crash back in on itself - the cycle and duality of the nature of reality expressed.
Rather than being the avatar for the Vedran Sun, Trance Gemini would have been, "a Sun in the Gemini constellation dreaming it's a person", hence the character's name.
Wolfe's version was overwritten when he was replaced by Bob Engels as head writer and producer for Andromeda.
It was, however, released online as a page story, entitled "Andromeda Coda". The name "Bem" refers to " bug-eyed monster ",  a nickname for science fiction aliens.
He is a Magog and a devout member of the Wayist religion, therefore he has to control his baser instincts to kill other living beings for food, or forcibly infest them with Magog eggs the offspring eat their host for reproduction.
His original name is a series of loud screeches in his native Magog tongue. The closest English translation is Red Plague.
Rev Bem is kind and understanding when most beings he encounters greet him with a shriek of terror and aim a weapon at him; indeed, Dylan once said that Rev was the closest thing to a savior he had ever met.
He commonly served as the ship's physicist and psychiatrist during his time on the ship, providing someone for the crew to talk to about their problems and performing scientific analysis of recent discoveries.
The most noble detail about his personality is his refusal to fire weapons or kill any beings despite the danger the crew face; when he was once forced to kill Magog in self-defence when the Andromeda first encountered the Magog worldship and the Spirit of the Abyss, he subsequently starved himself for several weeks to make up for his actions.
He dealt with his physiological need to kill his food by cultivating salmon, which he killed painlessly immediately before devouring them.
During a visit to a people with perfect genetic memory who were being taught the values of Wayism and faced threat from slavers, Rev Bem's genetic material was extracted by a woman who infested herself with his larval offspring.
Although he was an unwilling participant in the event, Rev nevertheless allowed the children to be born, hoping that the 'mother's' genetic memory would result in the creation of Magog with some degree of innocence.
After the birth, this hope was proved to be correct; while the children were initially indiscriminately violent, they demonstrated a willingness to cooperate with humans shortly after birth that had never been seen in a Magog before.
Rev Bem's last appearance as a regular cast member was in the mid-second-season episode "Ouroboros", where he departed to try to find himself, his faith tested after the confrontation with the Abyss.
He guest starred in the third-season episode "What Happens to a Rev Deferred? Though it is commonly said that Stait left Andromeda due to an allergic reaction to the prosthetics his character required, a interview revealed his departure was motivated by "physical exhaustion" from wearing the full Rev Bem costume.
Rommie was played by Canadian actress Lexa Doig. She was built and given material form as an android by the engineer Seamus Harper, who also seems to be infatuated with his work.
As a ship's avatar, Rommie is a unique aspect of the Andromeda ' s AI, which also manifests itself as a hologram and an on-screen image.
Early on in the series, it is stated that avatars were created to allow the crew to relate to their ship on a more human level, and vice versa.
Her personality, though, is largely defined by her function: "I am a warship, and I don't like walking away from a fight," is one of her recurring lines.
She is very loyal to her crew, especially to her captain Dylan Hunt , and incredibly protective of those in her charge.
She is confident, direct, and often displays a sense of pride in her status as a warship capable of destroying entire populations.
Since her creation, Rommie is shown to have evolved differently from the ship's AI. Rommie maintains a certain amount of individuality and is distinct from the core AI to a larger, yet unspecified degree; they are often seen chatting, disagreeing and even arguing.
These disagreements often occur because Rommie exhibits human emotions more deeply and far stronger than the logic-oriented core AI.
This can be seen to great effect in the Season One episode "Star Crossed," in which Rommie falls in love with another ship avatar, Gabriel.
Rommie's individuality also protects her from some of the ailments that afflict Andromeda ' s AI, such as the reprogramming accidentally triggered by Harper during the episode " Its Hour Come 'Round at Last.
At other times, however, if the ship itself is damaged or infected, Rommie is also shut down. Rommie's nature as an artificial construct provides her abilities that would be considered superpowers by humans, such as super strength and speed, resistance to injury and heightened senses.
Using the sensors in her hands and eyes, she can detect the physiological signs associated with lying and diagnose internal injuries.
Rommie also exhibits near complete awareness of and control over the workings of the ship itself. For example, she is able to change the level of artificial gravity in a given location or turn lights on or off merely by thinking the commands.
She is also capable of instantaneously changing parts of her appearance, most notably the length, cut and colour of her hair.
In the Season Four finale, Rommie's body is destroyed while protecting Harper from Magog in a scene that loosely mirrors a scene from the Season One finale.
All that is left is her partially damaged head and her core AI. Council Member 1 2 episodes, Rhade's Wife 2 episodes, Voice Artist 2 episodes, Council Member 2 2 episodes, Stam 2 episodes, Dimitri 2 episodes, Bettor 1 2 episodes, Patrius 2 episodes, Narrasaya 2 episodes, Soprano 2 episodes, Varastaya 2 episodes, Aleyiss San 2 episodes, Female Guide Android 2 episodes, Thomas 2 episodes, Brexos 2 episodes, Paroo 2 episodes, Citizen Eight 2 episodes, Melea Voth 1 episode, Sasha 1 episode, Admiral Zhukov Pashtun 1 episode, Ryan 1 episode, Bartolome Naz 1 episode, Eddie Aldrich 1 episode, Bobby Jensen 1 episode, Liandra 1 episode, Angelika 1 episode, Zeus 1 episode, Gretchen Rania 1 episode, Bokor 1 1 episode, Nadya Ratamsky 1 episode, Fletcher 1 episode, The Princess 1 episode, Calleb Voth 1 episode, Tori Leighton 1 episode, Errin Shohashi 1 episode, Misabo Ahm 1 episode, Alien Queen 1 episode, Able Ladrone 1 episode, Scourage 1 episode, Azazel 1 episode, Kulis Bara 1 episode, Amira 1 episode, Indra Xicol 1 episode, Rox Nava 1 episode, Jonah Darrega 1 episode, Lach 1 episode, Captain Borotep Yeshgar 2 episodes, Rafe Valentine 1 episode, Colonel Yau 1 episode, Guderian 1 episode, Hayek 1 episode, Kae-Lee 1 episode, Carter 1 episode, Professor Logitch 1 episode, Venetri 1 episode, Brother Thaddeus Blake 1 episode, Leydon Bryce-Hawkins 1 episode, Kiyami 1 episode, Charlemagne Bolivar 1 episode, Jeger 1 episode, Saphia Wei 1 episode, Yvaine 1 episode, HG 1 episode, Little Girl 1 episode, Abelard 1 episode, Ethan 1 episode, Prince Erik 2 episodes, Pilot 1 episode, Margot 1 episode, First Counselor Cernun 1 episode, Brendan Lahey 1 episode, Crescent 1 episode, Desiree D'lene 1 episode, Oderic 1 episode, Captain Fehdman Metis 1 episode, Ferahr 1 episode, Marshal Orac 1 episode, Admiral Hamsa 1 episode, Antwon Sabo 1 episode, Gaiton 1 episode, Royal Consul 1 episode, Kroton 1 episode, Siara 1 episode, Agio 1 episode, Luck 1 episode, Senator Bayliss 1 episode, Trader 1 episode, Argent 1 episode, Moldar 1 episode, Avineri 3 episodes, Calvino 1 episode, Wezlow 1 episode, Celine 1 episode, Woody 1 episode, Tolek 1 episode, Marlowe 1 episode, Zara 1 episode, Marshall Zebra 1 episode, Ione 1 episode, Vikram Singh Khalsa 1 episode, Nassan 1 episode, Chancellor Chandos 1 episode, Jessa 1 episode, Breyon 1 episode, Philip Kim 1 episode, Shura 1 episode, Captain Warrick 1 episode, Beetle 1 episode, Satrina Leander 1 episode, Flux 1 episode, Numa 1 episode, Kemp 1 episode, Madam Prevor 1 episode, Caylor Ragatz 1 episode, Desmond 1 episode, Lem 1 episode, Morgiana 1 episode, Bodey Gunyon 1 episode, Konstantine 1 episode, Mouth Bokor 1 episode, Secretary Falin 1 episode, Archduke 1 episode, Lyra 1 episode, Prince Kallah 1 episode, Ch'kadau Leader 1 episode, Rev's Mother 1 episode, Head Nietzschean 2 episodes, Commander Cross 1 episode, Henry Semel 1 episode, Ti-Ki 1 episode, Burke 1 episode, Judge 1 episode, Armed Leader 1 episode, Cutter 1 episode, Rbarton 1 episode, Lunah 1 episode, Jonah's Lieutenant 1 episode, Templar Lieutenant 1 episode, Doctor Crax-Q 1 episode, Hada 1 episode, Head Bailiff 1 episode, Ambassador Galdamez 1 episode, Emissary 1 episode, Nema 1 episode, Nissa 1 episode, Stranger 1 episode, Wayist Monk 1 episode, Warden 1 episode, Mapes 1 episode, Brexos 1 episode, Khalid 1 episode, President Sebastian Lee 1 episode, Ngomi 1 episode, Lieutenant Gadell 1 episode, Perseid 1 episode, Dutch 1 episode, Pogue 1 episode, Dragon Officer 1 episode, Arjun 1 episode, Jadis 1 episode, Tiama 1 episode, Jack Fremont 1 episode, Mila 1 episode, Yanos 1 episode, Man-Ka-Lupe 1 episode, Prometheus Wellington 1 episode, Commonwealth Officer 1 1 episode, The Alien 1 episode, Cuatemoc 1 episode, Flordelis 1 episode, Shinta 1 episode, Ron-Dai 1 episode, Amory Sutton 1 episode, Guard 1 episode, Genghis 1 episode, Alexandros 1 episode, Perseid Doctor 1 episode, Calleb's Guard 1 episode, Cavava 1 episode, Female Lieutenant 1 episode, Gogol 1 episode, Local 1 1 episode, Sharla 1 episode, Bozim 1 episode, Misculon Squadron Leader 1 episode, Seaton 1 episode, Thug 1 1 episode, Lon 1 episode, Lissett 1 episode, Alien 1 episode, Zayas 1 episode, Master Thux 1 episode, Timeo 1 episode, Marquez 1 episode, Councilor Min 1 episode, Danyluk 1 episode, Admiral Constanza Stark 1 episode, Magog Warrior 1 1 episode, Ensign 1 episode, Clarion of Loss 1 episode, Jamahl R-H Brown 1 episode, Nietzschean Spy 1 episode, Hanno [Hanover in credits] 1 episode, Kylie Vance 1 episode, Mino Tabascalli 1 episode, Ozzie 1 episode, Anton Awartnik 1 episode, Fellenhoff Jailer 1 episode, Pinable 1 episode, Admiral Alexander 1 episode, Figure 2 1 episode, Official 1 episode, High Guard Captain Grissum 1 episode, Passing Alien 1 episode, Beautiful Dancer 1 episode, There are several principal heroes, including a starship captain, two scientists, a historian, and an archeologist.
Though the world described in the novel is intended to be ideal, there is an attempt to show a conflict and its resolution with a voluntary self-punishment of a scientist whose reckless experiment caused damage.
There's also a fair amount of action in the episodes where the crew of the starship fight alien predators.
In the novel, several civilizations across our galaxy, including Earth, are united in the Great Circle , whose members exchange and relay scientific and cultural information.
Notably, faster-than-light travel or communication does not exist in the time portrayed in the book, and one of the minor plot lines examines a failed attempt to overcome this limitation.
The radio transmissions around the Great Circle are pictured as requiring a tremendous amount of energy, and are thus infrequent.
One of the main plot lines follows the crew of the spacecraft Tantra led by Captain Erg Noor, dispatched to investigate the sudden radio silence of one of the nearby Great Circle planets.
The crew travels to the planet, and discovers that most life on it has been destroyed by unsafe experimentation with radioactivity.
On their return journey, the Tantra is scheduled to meet a carrier spacecraft to refuel, but the second ship does not make the rendezvous.
The crew attempts the return voyage with meager fuel, but is trapped by the gravitational field of an " iron star " some form of compact star in modern terms.
The crew lands on one of its planets, where they discover the wreck of a previous expedition, as well as a mysterious alien spacecraft.
After fighting off the native life-form, the crew retrieve the remaining fuel supplies from the wreck and succeed in returning to earth.
The second major plot line follows Darr Veter, the director of the global space agency as he makes way for a successor and then attempt to find a new job for himself.
When his successor voluntarily steps down as punishment for a daring experiment that goes wrong, Veter returns to the position.
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