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Andy Bellefleur

Andy Bellefleur
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First seen
Last seen
Appeared in
77 episodes (see below)
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Also Known As
  • Sheriff Andy
  • Bellefleur
Late 40s
Turning age
Vampire age
Date of birth
Late 1960s
Date turned
Date of death
  • Police sheriff
  • Detective (formerly)
Family Information

Terry Bellefleur - Paternal first cousin (deceased) †
Portia Bellefleur - Sister
Caroline Bellefleur - Paternal grandmother
Bill Compton - 4x-Great-grandfather (destroyed) †
Holly Cleary - Fiancée
Adilyn Bellefleur - Daughter
Braelyn Bellefleur - Daughter (deceased) †
Charlaine Bellefleur - Daughter (deceased) †

Danika Bellefleur - Daughter (deceased) †
Supernatural Information
  • All human abilities
  • Competent detective skills
  • Knowledge of Louisiana laws
Has shifted into
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"We made love. And I was good at it, Arlene. A little rusty at first. About the time I found 2nd & 3rd gear, I swear..."
―Andy Bellefleur[src]

Andrew "Andy" Bellefleur is the Sheriff of Renard Parish on the HBO original series True Blood. Played by American starring actor Chris Bauer, Andy makes his debut in the series' premiere episode, "Strange Love", in the series' first season. The sheriff of Renard Parish, Louisiana, and living in the small town of Bon Temps, Andy plays a prominent recurring role through the series' first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh season, was last seen in the series' finale episode, "Thank You", in the series' seventh, and final, season.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Andy is not always a very responsible character; this may be due to having a spoiled upbringing. While a relatively competent police officer, he has little confidence in his abilities because he feels nobody gives him full respect. As a result, when he forms a hunch, he will doggedly continue to back it up, even when the world turns against him. This explains his blatant hostility towards Jason Stackhouse (the major suspect in the Drew Marshall murders) and his subsequent swell of confidence when Jason is framed, but his confidence is deflated after he is ultimately proved wrong, leaving the town even more contemptuous of him than before. Over the next season, Andy once again shows his stubborn streak, but nobody pays him any heed- since he has turned to drinking and more and more of them are falling under Maryann's spell. When Jason returns to Bon Temps, they put aside their feud and begin working as a team; Andy's now-pessimistic attitude helps tone down Jason's optimistic, military attitude, showing Andy that he is able to work with people better than he can alone; thus, when Jason accidentally kills Eggs, Andy quickly and effectively takes charge of the situation. In season Three, he is shown to be a much better cop.

It should be noted that, for all his aggressiveness towards suspects who were clearly innocent and beyond his reach, Andy is by no means a bigot- quite unlike his predecessor, Sheriff Bud Dearborne. He has never exhibited Bud's blatant prejudice towards Shape-Shifters, vampires or werewolves and has taken great efforts to take down the anti-Super group the Obamas. Nor is he racist towards African-Americans, as some of the people in town are. When Tara found out that Eggs was killed by Jason and that Andy had taken the rap for it (not revealing that Eggs had not been responsible for his crimes, which made Andy look like the town hero) she confronted him. Without asking her to keep the secret, Andy admitted that neither Jason nor Eggs had been fully aware of their actions, tearfully expressing his regret at being unable to save Eggs' life.

Andy has shown to be overwhelmed by his unexpected parenthood, especially since his half-fairy daughters are literally growing up in a matter of days. Despite this, he has continued to show good character as a sheriff. He apologized to Bill for the anti-vampire measures the state government makes him enforce (which he genuinely thinks are unfair) and tentatively attempted to make amends with Holly.  However, the deaths of three of his daughters at the hands of Jessica (unintentionally) caused him to develop a deep feeling of anger for vampires; he arms his house against them and acts paranoid and hostile when encountering them.  Even so, he does not commit violence or hate crimes against vampires, and most of his measures were meant to protect his daughter.  When Jessica came to apologize and offer free protection for his family in the Season 6 finale, Andy pointed his gun at her, knowing she was the one responsible for his children's' deaths.  However, he was still unable to kill her and instead slammed the door in her face.

In flashbacks Andy has shown great care for his cousin Terry. Terry has suffered from his experiences as an Iraq veteran and Andy convinced Sam to give him a job as a chef. This eventually reconnected Terry to the Bon Temps community he lived in.

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Season one appearances
"Strange Love" "The First Taste" "Mine" "Escape from Dragon House"
"Sparks Fly Out" "Cold Ground" "Burning House of Love" "The Fourth Man in the Fire"
"Plaisir D'Amour" "I Don't Wanna Know" "To Love Is to Bury" "You'll Be the Death of Me"
Season two appearances
"Nothing but the Blood" "Keep This Party Going" "Scratches" "Shake and Fingerpop"
"Never Let Me Go" "Hard-Hearted Hannah" "Release Me" "Timebomb"
"I Will Rise Up" "New World in My View" "Frenzy" "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'"
Season three appearances
"Bad Blood" "Beautifully Broken" "It Hurts Me Too" "9 Crimes"
"Trouble" "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" "Hitting the Ground" "Night on the Sun"
"Everything Is Broken" "I Smell a Rat" "Fresh Blood" "Evil is Going On"
Season four appearances
"She's Not There" "You Smell Like Dinner" "If You Love Me, Why Am I Dyin'?" "I'm Alive and on Fire"
"Me and the Devil" "I Wish I Was the Moon" "Cold Grey Light of Dawn" "Spellbound"
"Let's Get Out of Here" "Burning Down the House" "Soul of Fire" "And When I Die"
Season five appearances
"Turn! Turn! Turn!" "Authority Always Wins" "Whatever I Am, You Made Me" "We’ll Meet Again"
"Let's Boot and Rally" "Hopeless" "In the Beginning" "Somebody That I Used to Know"
"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" "Gone, Gone, Gone" "Sunset" "Save Yourself"
Season six appearances
"Who Are You, Really?" "The Sun" "You're No Good" "At Last"
"F**k the Pain Away" "Don't You Feel Me" "In the Evening" "Dead Meat"
"Life Matters" "Radioactive"
Season seven appearances
"Jesus Gonna Be Here" "I Found You" "Fire in the Hole" "Death is Not the End"
"Lost Cause" "Karma" "May Be the Last Time" "Almost Home"
"Love is to Die" "Thank You"
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