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Who Played Judge Andros On Blue Bloods?

The CBS series "Blue Bloods" has been serving up dynamic characters and stories for over a decade now as it continues to outline the police-fueled lives of the Reagen family. Over the years, actors have come and gone from the popular procedural, including some you may recognize from other hit TV shows.

Legendary star Tom Selleck leads the "Blue Bloods" cast, along with Donnie Wahlberg, Will Estes, and Bridget Moynahan. The group portrays a family of law-enforcement workers living in New York City. Selleck plays police commissioner Frank Reagan; Wahlberg is Frank's oldest son, NYPD detective Danny Reagan; Estes is Danny's younger brother Jamie, who began his career as a police officer and has risen to the rank of sergeant; and Moynahan portrays Frank's daughter, Erin Reagan, who works in the District Attorney's office.

Throughout the series, the Reagans often deal with other authorities and members of law enforcement, including a woman named Judge Andros, who appeared in four different episodes between 2013 and 2018. This supporting cast member has worked as a character actor for over 17 years and has appeared in several recent projects that people will likely recognize her from. 

Cindy Cheung is a seasoned TV actor

Working in television regularly since the early 2000s, Cindy Cheung has established herself as a gifted character actor who recently appeared in the USA Network series "The Sinner" and "Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens" on Comedy Central. Her portrayal of Judge Andros on "Blue Bloods" is just one in a long line of reoccurring cameos or performances that Cheung has done since starting her career. Other shows that she's been featured on include "House of Cards," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "13 Reasons Why," "FBI," and "The Flight Attendant," per her IMDb profile.

In early January, Cheung signed on to star alongside Ashley Liao, Ross Butler, Nico Haraga, and Chelsea Zhang in the movie "Loveboat, Taipei," which will be an adaptation of Abigail Hing Wen's New York Times bestselling novel of the same name (via Deadline). Wen told the media outlet NextShark in 2021 that she hopes the film will ultimately lead to more Asian-American actors like Cheung being cast in bigger Hollywood projects. 

"That's been one of my hopes from the beginning, that we would have talent brought onto the screen," Wen said. "There are newcomers, there are relative newcomers, there's people like Ross [who is] already very well established. I'm just so excited to launch and build careers that I hope to see play out over the long run in Hollywood."