Were there any Force-sensitive Chiss?
Force-sensitivity, referred to as the Sight by the Chiss, was incredibly rare and manifested in limited abilities, namely precognition, which was Third Sight, and telepathy, which was known as Second Sight. Force-sensitive Chiss were almost always female.
1. The Chiss Ascendancy considers Force Sensitivity a sickness and abomination. This would mean, that the Chiss who would become the Sith Inquisitor, either had to be exiled from the Ascendancy themselves or be the son/daughter of someone who was exiled.
Trandoshan Jedi were rare because the culture of their homeworld was the opposite of that of the Jedi. One notable Force-sensitive Trandoshan was Sskeer, who lived during the High Republic Era. Sskeer was a Jedi Master, who was renowned as both a scholar and tactician. His Padawan was the human Keeve Trennis.
Biology and appearance
The Chiss were a near-Human species distinguished by their blue skin and glowing red eyes, the shade of which depended on the oxygen content of their surroundings. The more oxygen present, the more intense the color of their eyes and skin tone.
No, he's a Duros. Chiss have noses, Duros have breathing slits on their cheeks which is why Cad Bane has those two hoses coming off his face. They're a breathing mask.
Thrawn believed that the Grysks were such a danger that they posed a threat to both the Chiss Ascendancy and the Galactic Empire.
There are no Wookiee Sith. If you read the “Behind the Scenes” section of the starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Wookiee/Legends page, you will note that Lucas decreed that there would be no more Wookiee force users introduced after 2003 unless he approved.
Darth Starkiller, formerly Galen Marek, was a Human male Sith Lord who served under the Galactic Empire and Emperor Palpatine.
But one Jedi stands above the rest and needs to start getting recognized as the greatest Jedi who ever lived. That is none other than Obi-Wan Kenobi. While this saga is ultimately the story of the Skywalkers, Obi-Wan is arguably the best and most pure Jedi to ever come out of it.
Are there any Kaleesh Jedi?
During this time, several Kaleesh were known slaves of the Sith Empire and were occasionally trained when seen to have Force abilities. An example of this is a Kaleesh known as Xalek, who became apprenticed to a prominent Sith Lord on the Dark Council. Kaleesh also trained as Jedi, such as Cin Tykan, a Jedi Master.
Fac Sun was a male Geonosian Jedi Master. He was one of the very few Geonosians to leave the planet Geonosis. He was known as the "Unknown Jedi".
As they get older the Chiss brain may "set" harder than humans, not allowing them to feel the force anymore.
Species with a high number of Force-sensitives included Humans, Kel Dors, Ithorians, Twi'leks, Zabraks, Nautolans, and even the rare and mysterious Duinuogwuins. Species producing low numbers of Force-sensitives included the Wookiees, Jawas, Hutts and Caamasi.
In old Star Wars canon, a few Force-sensitive droids did exist, although they were incredibly rare. Most notable were the Iron Knights, who were Force-sensitive crystals that could move when hooked up to a droid body.
While Thrawn's connection to the Force, or at least to Force-sensitive individuals throughout Star Wars, is indisputable, his own sensitivity to it is not clear.