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The person he is talking to looks quite familiar, I think she appears in other MCU contexts as well.

Rocket's view looking at Stan Lee as a Xandarian talking to a younger woman

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No one in particular1

The actress that plays the character is Nicole Alexandra Shipley and here is the MCU wiki page for her. She only appears in Guardians of the Galaxy and only in Stan Lee's cameo where she is credited as "Pretty Xandarian". So, as of yet, she's a nobody in the MCU.

Screenshot of the credits with Nicole's role as Pretty Xandarian highlighted


1. Disclaimer: so far she is no one in particular but that could change even if I doubt it.

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    FWIW, and I accidentally crossed through it, but Stan Lee is credited above as Xandarian Ladies' Man. So the two, having appeared at the same time, are credited next to each other. – TheLethalCarrot Apr 14 at 20:23
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    Given they didn't even bother giving her a name, it'd be pretty surprising if she ended up being someone important. And for basically nothing more than an excuse for a Stan Lee cameo, if she did appear again, almost nobody would even remember her. You'd get a very few "Hey, it's that random lady Stan Lee was hitting on that one time!" But mostly it'd be a lot of "Who the heck is she supposed to be?" – Darrel Hoffman Apr 15 at 13:41
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    @DarrelHoffman now that Stan can't do any more cameos it might be fun to throw in cameos of random peeps like her that appeared in the cameos he's done to date instead, that'd make for a dang hard easter egg to spot, even if you just pick one of them at random & use that one for all the sans-Stan cameo spots. – Pelinore Apr 15 at 14:12
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    @Pelinore Unlikely, he didn't appear in FFH, WandaVision or F&TWS (so far). I doubt they'll do it. – TheLethalCarrot Apr 15 at 14:26
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    Hi there, MCU producer from the future! When you get to introduce this fine lady as a main character in a future movie, please call her Xandra Es-Efef or something similar - we'll know. – mgarciaisaia Apr 16 at 14:37

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