Minor Characters are onscreen-credited figures appearing in Andi Mack without a separate article of their own elsewhere. They are listed here in order of their appearances:
Coach Rezikoff is the P.E. teacher and track coach at Jefferson Middle School. He recruits Buffy to join the track team, and is impressed by her raw prowess. However, he is disappointed it takes a little longer for her to learn the basic principles of teamwork for the entire squad to succeed. Coach Reznikoff was played by Lonzo Liggins.
- Cyrus has been known to make use of the Coach's whistles when he is not around.
Mrs. Devlin is the head librarian at Jefferson Middle School. She has been there so long that Bex is surprised that she is still there. She is known for keeping absolute quiet in her library. Andi barely survived with her sanity intact during her library detention period for sleeping in class. Mrs. Devlin was played by Dee Macaluso.
- Mrs. Devlin bears a striking resemblance to the evil librarian depicted in the horror film Shhh!
Lillian is the neighbor of Celia and Ham Mack. After the female Dr. Goodman has spread the secret true parentage of Andi throughout Shadyside, Lillian decides to needle Celia a bit as she gardens, and is drenched by water with Celia's spray hose until she retreats. The incident convinces Ham to take Celia on a short trip out of town. Lillian was played by Colleen Baum.
Ms. Dullridge is the Vice Principal of Jefferson Middle School. She once called Buffy to her office because a student claimed her hair was too distracting. Although Buffy did toy with changing her hairstyle, the matter was quietly dropped after the charges proved to be groundless. When Bowie Quinn decided to spend a day getting to know his new found daughter, Vice Principal Dullridge personally escorted him to Andi. After assuring them both that the school was poised to do all it could to help the Mack family through their new familial transitions, she leaves them to get acquainted. Ms. Dullridge was played by Sarah Kent.
- The character of Ms. Dullridge was first mentioned in It's Not About You.
Picture Day Photographer
The Picture Day Photographer was seen doing his job, taking school photos on the same day the Good Hair Crew stages a protest on the dress code by wearing convict uniforms. This causes Cyrus to be rather stiff at his sitting as he intended to wear a selection from the "James Bond Collection" instead of the prison garb. However, he soon warmed up under Buffy's teasing, and eventually enjoyed himself, and even intruded on Buffy's photo time as well. Ultimately, the school scheduled another photo day. The Picture Day Photographer was played by David Brown.
Space Otters Photographer
The Space Otters Photographer appeared to be in a hurry, as he seemed to resent being saddled with chronicling all the fringe elements of Jefferson Middle School for the yearbook. His attitude annoyed Jonah, but he was more concerned that Andi refused to wear her uniform shirt and chose not to be in the Space Otters photo. The Space Otters Photographer was played by Tito Livas.
Kip was a student at Grant High and apparently a member of the football and baseball teams. Once, while at The Spoon Diner with a group of friends and Amber and Jonah, he belittled Ultimate Frisbee as not a true sport as real sports like football or baseball did not require an extra word to try to convince people how great they were. Jonah took the jab, but still insisted Ultimate Frisbee was a valid activity. Kip was played by CJ Strong.
Ronald is Andi's second cousin. He visits Celia and Ham's house for Chinese New Year. He is obsessed with magic tricks, and tries some out on Andi and Jonah. One of these tricks is pulling a shark-shaped gummy out of Jonah's ear. Later, he is shown pulling an infinity handkerchief out of his mouth, which displeases Mei. Ronald was played by Alan Ko.
Coach Purcell is the basketball coach at Jefferson Middle School. He allows girls to try out for the squad. He ultimately selects Buffy for the team. When Buffy and TJ struggle to co-exist on the team, he tended to ignore it until Buffy called for a timeout during a crucial point in a game. Coach Purcell was played by Jay Whittaker.
- In his first appearance, he was credited as "Coach Purcel."
- Actor Jay Whittaker is a military veteran in real life, and has said how gratified he was to take part in the episode in which Buffy's mother returned home from overseas duty.
Millie is a neighbor of the Driscolls. When she needs school credit for community service, Buffy decides to see if Millie needs anything done for her, as she is an older lady. Millie is cynical of Buffy's offer and the two discover they share similar temperaments. Millie states that all she really wants is someone to play cards with, as she claims all her family and friends are "long gone." Perhaps feeling a little sorry for the older person, Buffy agrees to play cards. Some hours later, Buffy has yet to taste victory, and Millie is not above constantly needling Buffy with that fact. Buffy states her determination not to leave until she wins one game. However, then she receives a text about Cyrus being in the emergency room. When Millie reminds Buffy of her pledge, she reveals that her friends and family are not dead, but have been driven away by her unrelenting competitive streak. Buffy realizes that she and Millie are quite alike. Before leaving to be with Cyrus, Buffy tells Millie she will be back. Millie was played by Juliet Mills.
- Millie reveals she and Buffy share the same favorite food, milkshakes and baby taters.
- Juliet Mills is an acclaimed actress, and the older sister of Disney Legend, Hayley Mills, as well as the daughter of additional Disney Legend, the late Sir John Mills.
Mr. Plimpton is an English teacher at Jefferson Middle School. On the day the students were separated into "A" and "B" groups, he announces a pop quiz. Mr. Plimpton assigns the "A" pupils a simple connect-the-dots puzzle of a giraffe, while handing the "B" side a 20-page packet of math proofs, and tells the class they were excused after they finished their tasks. When questioned by Andi about the differences between the tests, the jaded teacher simply states he is seven years from retirement, and to just do the work. Mr. Plimpton was played by Bob Bedore.
Coach Jim Bag
Coach Jim Bag is a P.E. teacher at Jefferson Middle School. On the day the student body was divided into "A" and "B" groups, he decided his Gym class would play Dodgeball, however, the "B" side would all have to wear blindfolds. This caused the Coach to note, "There's no crying in Dodgeball." He was later seen participating in the game, while not actively throwing at the visually impaired "B" students, he did provide balls for the "A" side to hurl at the hapless targets. The next semester, Cyrus is flunking P.E. and asks the teacher what he can do to improve his grade. After being called out by Cyrus for trying to placate him with an insincere pep talk, Mr. Bag tells him he can get extra credit by taking up another activity, which turns out to be an extremely arduous dance class. Coach Jim Bag was played by Jack Diamond.
- Jack Diamond is the second assistant accountant for the Andi Mack TV series.
- Diamond also provided the voice of the teacher that gave Andi detention in Shhh!.
- His surname as Bag was revealed in It's a Dilemna, thus the character can be described as a P.E. Teacher named "Jim Bag."
The Cater Waiter is seen at Jefferson Middle School delivering fruit smoothies. While Andi is speaking with Jonah during his Art class "project," the waiter hands Andi her smoothie. As the pair continue their conversation on the strangeness of the school day, Andi states "This is wrong." Jonah agrees. However, Andi sheepishly admits she meant her smoothie order was incorrect, and the Cater Waiter gives her the Strawberry-Banana one she wanted. The Cater Waiter was played by Jake Brown.
- The character wears a plastic tag bearing the name "O'Malley," however it is not clear if that is his own name or that of the catering company.
Mr. Coleman is a Math teacher at Jefferson Midddle School. Recognizing Buffy as one of his best students, he asks her to tutor a classmate in Algebra. Buffy is hesitant, as she has never tutored before, but her teacher is confident she can do it, especially for a teammate. Buffy knows that there was only one member of the team she would refuse to help, and that one exception, TJ Kippen, just happens to walk into the room. Neither student is happy with the situation, but Mr. Coleman tells TJ he has no other options. However, Buffy refuses, throwing back TJ's own words back at him, stating that his troubles are not her problem, and leaves. Mr. Coleman was played by Andrew Diaz.
- TJ tells Buffy that he admitted to possibly having dyscalculia to Mr. Coleman in A Walker to Remember. He also confessed that she did his homework, and subsequently, Mr. Coleman has Buffy suspended from the Basketball team.
The Dance Instructor ran a weekly dance class frequented by Celia Mack, and infrequently, by her granddaughter, Andi. But for a single session at the Freestyle Dance Studio, he had all three generations of the Mack women present, when Bex Mack joined the rest of her family, for an energetic workout. The Dance Instructor was played by Jeffrey Louizia.
Furious George is a famed Frisbee player, one of the top ten players in the world according to the Ultimate Disc power rankings. He travels to Shadyside to host a master class on trick shots. Jonah and his friend, Natalie, attend the trick shot class in Shadyside Park, but neither are aware Cyrus and Buffy are secretly spying on them. Natalie, who has a web channel, asks George to film a video with her, and he agrees to shoot it the next day at the same location in the park. She also asks Jonah to appear, who initially also agrees, but cancels at the last minute because of a prior arrangement he forgot about with his other friend Andi Mack. However, while George was waiting to start filming, a girl wearing a pink jacket arrives, looking for Jonah. Recognizing the other girl as Andi Mack, Natalie tells her Jonah said he was going to the sing-a-long instead--sending Andi running back the way she came. Furious George was played by Patrik Connole.
- Furious George is a clear reference to "Curious George" the beloved fictional monkey children's character created by H.A. and Margret Rey.
The Barker is seen at the 16th Shadyside Renaissance Faire, calling for faire goers to "proveth thy mettle," in a tug-of-war set atop opposing wooden platforms. Buffy and Jonah take up the challenge. After the pair have climbed on the boxes and taken up the rope, the Barker plays a brief fanfare on a horn to start the match. However, the duo engage in a prolonged battle which lasts until the Barker approaches and informs them that it's closing time, and she needs her boxes back. The Barker was played by Wilder Smith.
- Normally the Barker would award the victor a medal, but Buffy and Jonah did not give her the opportunity to do so in their match.
- Wilder Smith also supplied the voice of the T.V. Narrator of the nature special Cyrus and Iris were watching during Friends Like These.
- Wilder Smith is also the partner of Lilan Bowden in the sketch comedy duo Lilan and Wilder.
- She appears in the behind-the-scenes versions of the season ending credits.
Dad #1 was seen watching the basketball game between Jefferson and the Knights, sitting next to Andi. By the second half, he has moved up to the front row, leaving room for Cyrus and Jonah to sit with Andi when they finally arrive to watch the game. He looks concerned when Buffy drops the ball, but he joins the rest of the crowd in a standing ovation, when Pat Driscoll enters the gym to embrace Buffy, after months of overseas duty. Dad #1 was played by Tim Shoemaker.
Jefferson Basketball Player #3
Jefferson Basketball Player #3 was first seen in the Jefferson Middle School cafeteria, dropping a chocolate muffin tossed to him by TJ Kippen, who strangely, opts to stomp on the pastry rather than simply picking it up. Weeks later, after Buffy calls a timeout during the game against the Knights, clearly tired of the conflict between Buffy and TJ, he just tells the team captain to give her the ball, to which Buffy thanks him, as TJ finally agrees. Sometime later, after Buffy has led the then TJ-less team to victory over the Raptors, he high fives the newly dubbed, "Slayer." He later signs a basketball for Jonah with the rest of the team to put in Buffy's time capsule. Jefferson Basketball Player #3 was played by Clinton Brandt.
- The character first made an uncredited appearance as the pal of TJ that drops the chocolate muffin in the cafeteria during There's a Mack in the Shack.
- A different character wore Jefferson jersey #3 in a previous episode.
- Possible Names:
- Jack Green
- Will Lerner
- Michael Long
- Randy Miller
- Nick Nelson
- Andrew Scott
- Joshua Smith
- Scott Smith
- Doug Tyler
Dr. Norman Goodman
Dr. Norman Goodman is the father of Cyrus Goodman. On the day of his son's Bar Mitzvah, his is in the first row of the Shadyside synagogue, sitting next to his ex-wife, Leslie, Cyrus' mother. Later, as Cyrus reads from the Torah, Norman stands next to him, with his current wife, Sharon on his other side. At the beginning of Cyrus' "Bash Mitzvah," he, Cyrus' stepfather, Todd, Ham, and Bowie, all lift Cyrus up in the air in a chair during the Hava Nagila Dance. He joins the rest of Cyrus' parents when they welcome the guests and first present Cyrus as a man. Some time later, TJ Kippen discreetly pulls him away from his wife, to attend to a hyperventilating Jonah Beck. Slipping into his professional mode, he calms the boy down, and explains he likely had a panic attack. He advises Jonah to tell his friends about what happened, as they would understand and could help him, but Jonah just wants to go home, and not tell anyone, and Dr. Goodman acquiesces. Dr. Norman Goodman was played by Danny Jacobs.
- Dr. Norman Goodman and his current wife, Dr. Sharon Frank, maintain their psychiatrist offices at their residence at 256 Citrus Avenue.
- He is one of the few people who know of Jonah Beck's anxiety attacks.
Dr. Leslie Goodman
Dr. Leslie Goodman is seen sitting next to her ex-husband, Norman, in the first row of the Shadyside synagogue at the beginning of their son. Cyrus' Bar Mitzvah. When Cyrus begins reciting from the Torah, she and her current husband, Todd, stand at his side, opposite Norman and his wife, Sharon. During Cyrus' "Bash Mitzvah," she and the rest of his parents, welcome the guests, and first present Cyrus as a man. Later, while inspecting the outside activities, she briefly talks to Jonah, as she looks for Walker Brodsky, whom she had hired as a caricature artist for the guests. The boy in question abruptly pops out of the photo booth, and she leads him back to his post. Dr. Leslie Goodman was played by Jackie Joyner.
- Cyrus claimed his mother was the one who spread the truth of Andi Mack's parentage throughout Shadyside, as she is a huge gossip.
- Having observed Norman and Todd standing together, Bowie concludes that she has a "type," in her romantic inclinations.
- Professionally, she has kept the Goodman surname, and does not use her husband Todd's last name.
Todd is Cyrus' stepfather, who married his mother, Leslie Goodman. He stands with his wife, next to Cyrus as he reads from the Torah. Todd is the only one that laughs at Cyrus' joke about being a man today but only a Seventh Grader the next day. Later during Cyrus' "Bash Mitzvah," he meets Ham Mack as they lift Cyrus up in the air during the Hava Nagila Dance. Todd spends the next few hours informally talking with Ham, sizing him up as a potential client for his services as a Lifestyle Coach. Todd was played by Timothy Hornor.
Dr. Sharon Frank
Dr. Sharon Frank is first seen in the Shadyside synagogue attending her stepson, Cyrus' Bar Mitzvah. Later at the reception, she proudly stands with the rest of Cyrus' parents as they present him to the crowd for the first time as a man. Dr. Sharon Frank was played by Beryt K. Nisenson.
- Dr. Sharon Frank and her husband, Dr. Norman Goodman, maintain their psychiatrist offices at their residence at 256 Citrus Avenue.
- In Bought, Lost or Stolen it is revealed Dr. Frank has taken on Amber as a patient.
- Sharon Frank was played by Joshua Rush's actual mother, Beryt, in an uncredited cameo.
Madame Le Doux
Madame Le Doux was hired by Dr. Norman Goodman and his ex-wife, Dr. Leslie Goodman, to provide entertainment for the guests at their son, Cyrus' "Bash-Mitzvah," by telling fortunes. After having her tent set up outside the reception venue, the final touch was having a sign proclaiming her name, (and sending out the implied message that the Past, Present, and Future are hers alone to reveal) set outside the entrance The Good Hair Crew become drawn to the allure of her domain, and ultimately, all three of them (particularly Buffy) come to believe in her alleged powers. Madame Le Doux was played Peggy Anne Blow.
- While her sign advertises gazing into her Crystal Ball and Palm Reading, Madame Le Doux utilizes neither technique in foretelling the future.
- Even Madame Le Doux cannot refuse Cyrus' assertion that it is "his Bar Mitzvah," and grants him a second card to write on, but not another question answered.
- Fortunes Foretold By Madame Le Doux:
- Cyrus Goodman-Will get into an Ivy League school--but will not graduate from one.
- Andi Mack-Will soon have a real boyfriend.
- Buffy Driscoll-That neither her mother or herself are staying at home for good.
- TJ Kippen-That he should let a friend help him with his problem.
Deputy Bartlett finds the dirty and disheveled trio of The Good Hair Crew standing dejectedly along a country back road, and asks if they need help, and if she can take them anywhere. While Cyrus and Buffy seem eager to return home, Andi insists they continue on to the Alpine Slide. After Andi and Buffy have stowed away their lone bike and backpacks in the rear of the car, they settle into the back seat. Just as they are all ready to go, the group spots a pair of punks ahead which they suspect are riding the stolen bikes. However, as the Deputy prepares to pursue them, she a receives a call of a car robbery in progress back in town. She then informs the kids that she has to drop them off, leaving the trio back at the now closed apple cider and bakery stand. However, as the Deputy speeds away, she forgets to let the girls retrieve their stuff left within the vehicle. Deputy Bartlett was played by Yolanda Wood.
- Although the character is called Deputy Bartlett by Cyrus, she is credited only as "Officer Bartlett."
- Bartlett identifies her car as Unit 49.
Zoe is first seen entering The Fringe, looking for Bex Mack. When Bex identifies herself, the other woman hands her a cease and desist letter, drafted by a lawyer, warning Bex against leaving false reviews against her cosmetologist competition on the Whelp website. When Bex claims ignorance of the entire situation, Zoe quotes a negative comment she received from an alleged customer named "Marian Trensky." When Brittany gasps in recognition of the name (having quoted a positive review for Bex written by the same person earlier) Zoe smiles smugly. As she leaves, Zoe states that should she opt to sue Bex, she has found her star witness. Zoe was played by Kaycee Stroh.
- Actress KayCee Stroh is best known for playing the role of "Martha Cox" in the High School Musical franchise, which also filmed in Magna, Utah.
- A Salt Lake City native, Stroh lives with her family near the Andi Mack set.
Rafe is a member of the Renaissance Boys, and the apparent leader of the group. On the verge of their first world tour, he and the rest of the band travel to Shadyside to find Bowie Quinn. After greeting his friends, Bowie invites them to a dinner at the Mack house. After the meal, Rafe reveals why they have really wanted to see Bowie: getting on one knee, he produces a guitar pick and asks Bowie to officially join The Renaissance Boys as their rhythm guitarist. When Bowie hesitates, as his focus is now being with Andi, Rafe just asks him to join them for their world tour which will just last six months. Bowie's answer is further complicated by the discovery of the ring secreted in a cake baked by the Mack girls. Bowie agrees to go on tour with them, however, two months later, Rafe throws out his back, as external pressures seeming force The Renaissance Boys to disband. Rafe was portrayed by Adam Chambers.
- In The Boys Are Back, Bowie reveals that Rafe threw out his back about a third into the World Tour, effectively ending The Renaissance Boys' careers for the time being.
Monique is first seen in Cloud 10 (now re-branded as a "Cosmetic Studio") as Bex Mack puts the finishing touches on her makeover. Extremely impressed, the other woman confesses she just wants to stare at her new self in the mirror all day. Celia agrees, comparing the client's "Before" photo to the results, stating she thinks it is Bex's best work. Celia suggests that Monique should go up on the wall as an example among Bex's best transformations. However, Monique is hesitant to have her former appearance up on the wall for the public to see, and refuses, quickly leaving the premises. Monique was played by Chantel Flanders.
Shaun was taken by his father, Victor to Red Rooster Records to pick out a present for his upcoming birthday. Upon entering the store, they see Bowie Quinn with his star pupil, Jonah Beck practicing playing the guitar. They are suitably impressed, and Jonah praises Bowie for all his musical progress. This gives Victor the idea that Bowie could have similar success in teaching Shaun, whom Victor believes could be a star. Bowie reluctantly agrees, but in the first lesson, Shaun refuses to listen to anything Bowie tries to say, and merely plucks at the strings in any fashion he feels like. Bowie grows increasingly frustrated, and knows he has taken up an impossible task. Some weeks later, Bowie has decided he is a terrible teacher and tells Shaun as such. However, Shaun admits that he has been purposely tanking the lessons, as he doesn't really want to study the guitar at all. Relieved, Bowie is glad to know the truth, and tells Shaun to tell his father everything as well. At first denying the truth, Shaun ultimately, admits that he has no desire to play the guitar. Victor is reluctant to believe it, until Bowie intuits that Victor is the one that truly wants to play guitar. After actually picking up a guitar and experimentally strumming it, Victor decides to take the lessons instead. Shaun was played by Nick Yiakoumatos
Victor was first seen entering Red Rooster Records, with his son, Shaun, looking for a gift for the boy's upcoming birthday. Having been impressed by the musical ability shown by a practicing Jonah Beck, as well as the swiftness Jonah credits his teacher with, Victor asks Bowie to take on Shaun as a student, certain that his son is a potential star in the making. However, some weeks later, Shaun would confess that he never had any interest in learning the guitar. At first disbelieving, with a little prompting from Bowie, Victor would realize that he had transferred his own desire to play the guitar on Shaun, and after actually picking up a guitar, Victor decides to become Bowie's latest student. Victor was played by Tyler Poelle.
- Tyler Poelle is familiar to Disney Channel viewers for his roles as talk show host, "Graham Cavanaugh," in Dog With A Blog, as well as playing "Agent Gibb" on an episode of K.C. Undercover, and "Kangaroo Jim," in an episode of Coop and Cami Ask the World.
The Dance Teacher is heard leading her dance class on stage. Yet, throughout her instructions, she does offer words of encouragement to her newest pupil, Cyrus Goodman, who is clearly far behind the rest of the class in skill, agility, endurance, or any other traits necessary to develop the ability to dance. The Dancer Teacher was played by Bayli Baker Thompson.
- Bayli Baker was a featured, albeit unnamed, dancer in all 3 High School Musical movies.
- She was a choreographer on High School Musical 3.