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Callandra "Cally" Henderson-Tyrol

Cally ( Battlestar ) from Battlestar Galactica played by Nicki Clyne.

Cally ( Battlestar ) is a fictional female Kobolian ( 2003 ) crewman specialist in the Battlestar Galactica television series who was portrayed on screen by Nicki Clyne. Cally's full name is Callandra Henderson but she is normally just referred to as simply Cally. When she gets married to Tyrol, she takes on his name. Cally only joined the fleet so she could pay her way through Dental School. In doing so, it saved her life, Cally would have otherwise been on the planet as it was attacked. Cally comes across as a slightly insecure person but loyal.

At the end of the first series, Cally joins the exploration team on Kobol. Whilst on the planet, they have to attack a Cylon firing battery. Cally cowers and refuses to take part. Crashdown, the team's leader threatens her if she doesn't do it. Dr. Gaius Baltar saves her life by shooting Crashdown in a tense stand-off. Back on the Galactica, Cally finds the courage to shoot Boomer who is shackled and being led away from interrogation.

Cally's relationship with Cpl. Tyrol

Cally gets closer to her boss Cpl. Tyrol and they end up having a child. When Cally finds out her husband is a Cylon, she plans to commit suicide with her child. Tory Foster appears to attempt to talk her out of committing suicide but at the last moment when the baby is safe, Tory throws her out of the airlock thus killing her.

It is later revealed that the child Nicolas is not Tyrols but is the child of a Colonial Viper pilot whose call sign is Hotdog. It is revealed when the child falls ill and they need to do some testing. Dr. Cottle reveals the news to Tyrol. Tyrol confronts Hotdog but then calms down and takes Hotdog to see the child.

Cally ( Battlestar ) Facts


Gender/SexFemale
Alien RaceKobolian ( 2003 )
AllegianceThe Battlestar Galactica
ActorNicki Clyne
NationalityCanadian

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