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This page features all minor characters that made an appearance during the second season of Netflix's 13 Reasons Why. It spotlights characters that essentially received minor roles but were relevant enough in the story to which a page was needed to document their involvement. The characters below are listed in order of episode appearance for your convenience. Please use the Minor Character infobox when adding a new addition to the page. Please click here for the minor characters in the first season.

Peter Standall


Peter Standall is a college student, Bill and Carolyn Standall's son and Alex's older brother.

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The Priest


The Priest is a minor character who is seen at the church. He discusses Hannah Bakers' funeral with Olivia and Andrew Baker and he talks to Clay Jensen, asking him if he is OK because he stays longer than anyone else. Clay says he is OK and then asks if Hannah will go to Hell because of the religious views on suicide.

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Judge Franklin Purdy


Judge Franklin Purdy is a minor character who is the judge in charge of the case of Jessica's alleged sexual assault. He unfortunately gives Bryce three months probation and tells them both to think about their choice, which is unfortunate, because it's obvious that Jessica did not choose to be raped. It's also unfortunate that Bryce doesn't go to jail but gets a very limited probation, however it is also a known harsh reality.

As a judge he seems to also put the blame on Jessica, instead of just Bryce for making bad choices, stating that he'd "like to see these two young people, look hard at their lives and their choices".

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Erica Charles


Erica Charles is a minor character who appears only as a student in the first Polaroid that Clay received. Tyler Down identifies her as one of the people in photo when Clay Jensen asks him who they are.

Tommy Shuster


Tommy Shuster is a minor character who appears only as a student in the first Polaroid that Clay received. Tyler Down identifies him as one of the people in the photo when Clay Jensen asks him who they are; also adding that he photographed him sometimes.

Seth


Seth is Amber Foley's current boyfriend. He is a very aggressive person who abuses Justin Foley, Amber's son.

Seth is first seen in the Foley apartment in the first season when Jessica Davis goes to look for her ex-boyfriend Justin Foley when she knocks the door Seth opens it and rudely tells Jessica that Amber Foley is worried sick about Justin.

He was later seen again when his putting his feet on Justin's school books then Justin tells him to "put your fucking feet down".

Justin came home after a sheriff came to the house to serve Justin with a subpoena. While he was there, Seth strangled him, Amber told him to stop, which he does, but not because she told him to. He tells Justin to go live with Bryce (he then takes refugee in Bryce's house). Near the end of the first season, Justin plans to leave Bryce because he cannot deal with him anymore, to leave town, he goes back to the house and steals $1,000 from him. He then leaves.

In the second season Kevin Porter stops by the apartment and he aggressively tells him to either pay him back the money that Justin stole or get off of his property, which causes a fight and both men go to the police station. He is later seen in "Bye", in a car, angrily staring an unaware Justin (in Monet's) down while he talks to Clay.

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Chad Moore


Chad Moore is a friend of Cyrus and Tyler. He attends Liberty High School.

Not much is known about him except that he is gay and often seen hanging out with Cyrus and Tyler.

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Priya Singh


Priya Singh is a new character to the series. She is the new counselor at Liberty High and the replacement for Kevin Porter. She was seen counseling Tyler when he came back from the diversion program.

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Sarah Carlin


Sarah Carlin is a teenager who testifies on the side of the school and against the Baker's. She went to high school with Hannah Baker before Hannah went to Liberty High. In "Smile, Bitches", it is revealed that in her high school, Ridgeview High, she was bullied by Hannah Baker, Lindsay Patterson and Alicia Morris. She testifies on the side of the school for the trial. She reveals that they spread around a photo of her which led the entire school to bully and tease her. Olivia Baker, Hannah's Mother desperately pleads with Sarah before she testifies, at her house, for her to not testify. Hannah and the others girls were suspended from Ridgeview High for their part in it but they turned almost everyone at Ridgeview High against her.

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Jada


Jada is a student at Liberty High, she first appears in "The First Polaroid" and is last seen in The Montage of Women who tell their stories of sexual assault or sexual harassment in "Bye".

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George Dempsey


George Dempsey was Karen Dempsey's husband and the father of Zach Dempsey and May Dempsey. He died in Summer 2017, the cause of his dead is unknown.

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Damon Dawes


Damon Dawes is a hurdler at Washington a who has a crush on Jessica Davis. He checked Jessica out a whole afternoon and told her that every time she smiles, he forgets were he is because he gets so caught up in it. They kissed, but Jessica quickly left because of her Dad. He asked if he can get her number as she was walking away. The next day, he keeps texting Michael about Jessica and invites her to his place.

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Edward Cole


Edward Cole is Marcus Cole's father. He is a churchgoing man and participating in the election for the city council.

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Dee


Dee is a homeless girl who is staying a homeless shelter where Justin also stayed for a few days. When Justin brings a skater kid to the shelter, the kid makes homophobic comments about friends of Dee who are together. Dee gets someone who works at the shelter to send him away, and Justin goes with him. Dee tells Justin that he can stay, but Justin leaves anyway. She tells Clay and Tony about this and were they might be able to find him.

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