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Dr. Lexi T’Perro is voiced by Game of Thrones star, Natalie Dormer. She is the medical doctor on board the Tempest.
Dr. Lexi T’Perro Profile
Although young by asari standards, Dr. Lexi T’ Perro is regarded as one of the most skilled doctors in the Andromeda Initiative. Born on the crime-ridden space station Omega, Lexi began her medical career by stitching up her father, a turian bouncer at the Afterlife nightclub where her mother was employed as a dancer. In her screening, interviews, Lexi states her parents’ dream was for her “to get off this rock and live a life worth talking about.”
Following her parents’ wishes, Lexi left Omega to continue studying medicine as well as pscyhology on the Citadel, where she eventually met Harry Carlyle. Carlyle convinced her to join the Initiative as the Hyperion‘s physician. Although there was some confusion around assigning an asari to the human ark, Lexi’s credentials and expertise in alien anatomy quickly silenced any concerns.
By her own admission, Lexi is a workaholic. “On or off the table, I have a hard time not dissecting people…figuratively, of course.” One of her many goals in Heleus is to improve her bedside manner and learn to “appreciate the moment.”
Wise and experienced, Dr. Lexi T’Perro acts as an adviser to Ryder and crew, as well as their medical expert. She is quite professional, however her compassion does get the best of her.
T’Perro does not look 275 years old, but possesses the dry sense of humor that one tends to get due to that age. It’s said that she has a bit of a crush on Drack Nakmor, a Krogan on the Tempest.
|Station||The Tempest, Hyperion|
|POS||Medical Professional, Physician|
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