Biographical information
Status: Alive as of Transgressive Border Crossing
Affiliation: Neolution
Olivier Duval
Other information
Gender: Female
Hair color: Blond
Eye color: Brown
Series information
Portrayed by: Sarain Boylan
Season/s: 1, 4
First appearance: "Conditions of Existence"
Latest appearance: Transgressive Border Crossing
Appearance count: 4

Astrid was a Neolutionist strongly affiliated with Olivier Duval. She was constantly by Olivier's side, serving him as an assistant and bodyguard.

She was first introduced in "Conditions of Existence" when she accompanied Olivier as he visited Paul Dierden and had his back.

Later she made another appearance in Club Neolution, where Felix got information from her about Olivier and the Neolutionists. After this event she was seen with Olivier again as she helped him hold Paul captive after his betrayal, and later on also captured Sarah Manning and held her captive in the basement of the club. Eventually she was ambushed by Helena and put out of commission. Astrid's fate after this is unknown.

Physical appearance

Astrid is a thin and tall woman with blonde shoulder-length hair. She mostly wears an all-black attire and black high heel boots. She claims that her body has been modified, though none of those modifications are visible. The only visible modification is her white eye, which however, as she admits to Felix, is only a mere contact lens which she doesn't wear outside Club Neolution. During her first appearance in "Conditions of Existence", her brown eyes are seen without the contact lens.

Season 1 appearances
Natural Selection Instinct Variation Under Nature Effects of External Conditions Conditions of Existence
Variations Under Domestication Parts Developed in an Unusual Manner Entangled Bank Unconscious Selection Endless Forms Most Beautiful
Season 4 appearances
The Collapse of Nature Transgressive Border Crossing The Stigmata of Progress From Indistinct to Rational Control Human Raw Material
The Scandal of Altruism The Antisocialism of Sex The Redesign of Natural Objects The Mitigation of Competition From Dancing Mice to Psychopaths