List of Star Trek characters (A–F)

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This article lists characters of Star Trek in their various canonical incarnations. This includes fictional major characters and fictional minor characters created for Star Trek, fictional characters not originally created for Star Trek, and real-life persons appearing in a fictional manner, such as holodeck recreations.

Characters from all series, listed alphabetically[edit]

Key[edit]

Abbreviation Title Medium
TOS Star Trek: The Original Series (1966–69) TV
TAS Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973–74) TV
TNG Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987–94) TV
DS9 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993–99) TV
VOY Star Trek: Voyager (1995–2001) TV
ENT Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–05) TV
TMP Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) film
WOK Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) film
SFS Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) film
TVH Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) film
TFF Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) film
TUC Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) film
GEN Star Trek Generations (1994) film
FCT Star Trek: First Contact (1996) film
INS Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) film
NEM Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) film
ST Star Trek (2009) film
ID Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) film

Bajoran characters are listed by family name, which is stated first.

Joined Trills are listed by the name of the symbiont, which replaces the family name.

A[edit]

Character Actor Episodes
Description
Leonard James Akaar Friday's Child (TOS)
Son of the late Teer Akaar and his widow Eleen on the planet Capella IV. Born 2267 shortly after his father was killed in a Klingon-induced power struggle, he was named after James T. Kirk and Leonard McCoy, who helped to resolve the local conflict. Leonard James Akaar inherited the title of "teer," or chief, of the Ten Tribes of Capella IV. His mother served as regent until the boy came of age to rule. In the novels, Akaar grows up and joins Starfleet; we first see him serving as chief of security on the USS Excelsior under Captain Hikaru Sulu. Later, in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine relaunch novels, Akaar is a veteran admiral in the fleet.
Akorem Laan Richard Libertini Accession (DS9)
Bajoran poet best known for The Call of the Prophets. Traveling in a Bajoran lightship, Akorem was the first to find the Celestial Temple (the wormhole to the Gamma Quadrant); when he emerged about 200 years later, Benjamin Sisko gave up his title of Emissary so that Akorem could take it, a decision Sisko regretted when Akorem advocated a return to the D'Jarras (the Bajoran caste system). Sisko and Akorem went to the wormhole together, and the Prophets decided to send Akorem back to his time and reinstate Sisko as their Emissary.
Joshua Albert None The First Duty (TNG)
Starfleet Academy cadet and friend of Wesley Crusher, a fellow team member with Crusher in Nova Squadron under Nicholas Locarno; Albert died during his squadron's rehearsal of a banned flight maneuver intended to impress the Academy's commencement ceremony attendees
Albino Bill Bolender Blood Oath (DS9)
White skinned, white haired Klingon raider who murdered Kang's firstborn son, Dax
Alixus Gail Strickland Paradise (DS9)
Leader of a colony that settled on planet Orellius in 2360, responsible for several deaths because she rejected any form of technologically-based medicine.
Almak Message in a Bottle (VOY)
Romulan subcommander of the IRW T'Met. He leads two other Warbirds[disambiguation needed] to take possession of the USS Prometheus NX-59650, an experimental prototype Federation starship, from its Romulan hijacker, Commander Rekar. However, Almak's fleet opens fire on the Prometheus when he learns that Rekar is no longer in control of it.[1]
Altovar Victor Rivers Distant Voices (DS9)
Lethean criminal who was caught stealing bio-mimetic gel from Deep Space Nine in 2371.
Aluura Symba Smith Profit and Lace (DS9)
A Dabo girl who worked at Quark's in 2374.
Kiaphet Amman'sor None The Xindi (ENT)
recurring thereafter
A female aquatic Xindi. She is a member of the Ibix dynasty, and the head aquatic on the Xindi Council.
Ancient Humanoid Salome Jens The Chase (TNG)
A holographic projection of a member of the race from which Humans, Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians and numerous other Alpha Quadrant species descend
Anya Paddi Edwards The Dauphin (TNG)
A shapeshifting allasomorph native to the third moon of Daled IV who served as guardian of the planet's leader, Salia, while she was being transported on the Enterprise-D. To the Enterprise crew, Anya assumed the form of an older human woman; her intrinsic appearance is unknown.
Apollo Michael Forest Who Mourns for Adonais? (TOS)
Extraterrestrial alien believed to be a god by ancient Greeks, who in the 23rd century captures the Enterprise and demands its crew build a society on planet Pollux IV to worship him.
Robert April Voice: James Doohan The Counter-Clock Incident (TAS)
First captain of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) during its initial five-year mission. April, later a commodore, was succeeded by Christopher Pike.
Sarah April Voice: Nichelle Nichols The Counter-Clock Incident (TAS)
Wife of Starfleet officer Robert April and Chief Medical Officer of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) when her husband was skipper.
Jonathan Archer Scott Bakula ENT
Captain of the USS Enterprise (NX-01)
Ardra Marta DuBois Devil's Due (TNG)
According to the theology of Ventax II, Ardra was a mythic being from the distant past who promised the population a thousand years of prosperity, followed by enslavement upon her return at the end of that epoch. In 2367, a female con artist was unmasked by Enterprise-D personnel after deceiving the Ventaxians into believing she was the deity by using technology to mimic various phenomena believed to herald Ardra's return.
Arex Voice: James Doohan Beyond the Farthest Star (TAS) recurring thereafter
Lieutenant Arex, voiced by James Doohan, was a recurring character on Star Trek: The Animated Series which ran on NBC from 1973 to 1974.[2] The series' writers and artists were able to create his unique alien look because the series was animated; creating such a character with a live-action actor in make-up would not have been feasible.[3] The character was later used in Star Trek novels and comics.

Arex was a Starfleet officer assigned to the USS Enterprise as navigator. Arex was a member of a tripedal species[4] (given as "Edoans" in Alan Dean Foster's novelizations of the animated episodes, but as "Triexians" in Peter David's New Frontier series) and had three arms and legs. Arex also sometimes took the conn, but he rarely left the ship on landing party missions.

Argyle Biff Yeager Where No One Has Gone Before (TNG)
Datalore (TNG)
A chief engineer aboard the Enterprise-D who supervised the engine modifications made by two specialists, also assembled the android Lore with the help of Dr. Beverly Crusher.
Armus Mart McChesney; Voice: Ron Gans Skin of Evil (TNG)
Sentient viscous black liquid (the by-product of a procedure in which a race of "titans" shed all their evil and negative attributes) that killed Tasha Yar.
Dr. Arridor Dan Shor The Price (TNG),
False Profits (VOY)
Member of a Ferengi delegation sent to negotiate for the rights to the Barzan wormhole in 2366 who becomes stranded in the Delta Quadrant until his encounter with the starship Voyager.
Arturis Ray Wise Hope and Fear (VOY)
Alien with exceptional linguistic capability who poses as a friend to Voyager helping them recover a badly garbled transmission from the Alpha Quadrant but uses the opportunity to set up a trap for the entire crew to be assimilated by the Borg
Askwith Rafael Boza The Forge (ENT)
Starfleet corporal at the United Earth Embassy on Vulcan in 2154. After its bombing, Ambassador Soval performed a mind meld with Askwith and learned that Chief Investigator Stel was responsible for bringing the explosive into the embassy.
Jeremy Aster Gabriel Damon The Bonding (TNG)
Human civilian, orphaned when his mother, Marla Aster, an officer aboard the USS Enterprise-D was killed in 2366 on an away mission.
Marla Aster Susan Powell The Bonding (TNG)
Archaeologist aboard the Enterprise-D, and mother of Jeremy Aster. Killed on an away mission in 2366.
Mr. Atoz Ian Wolfe All Our Yesterdays (TOS)
Librarian and keeper of the Atavachron time-portal device on the planet Sarpeidon.
Atul Dennis Madalone Visionary (DS9)
Klingon officer and one of three members of a covert strike force conducting surveillance of the Romulan delegation to Starbase Deep Space 9 in 2371. He is the last of his party to be thrown into the brig.
Axum Mark Deakins Unimatrix Zero (VOY)
Borg drone aboard a vessel in the Beta Quadrant who while regenerating is able to enter the virtual world of Unimatrix Zero as a free individual and meet with others, including Annika Hansen, like himself
Ayala Tarik Ergin Caretaker, Part I (VOY) recurring thereafter
Security officer aboard the USS Voyager and former member of the Maquis
Azetbur Rosanna DeSoto TUC
Daughter of Klingon Chancellor Gorkon, Azetbur ascended to the chancellorship herself when her father was assassinated in 2293.

B[edit]

Character Actor Episodes
Description
B-4 Brent Spiner NEM
B-4 was first seen in the movie Star Trek: Nemesis. He is a Soong-type android (named after Dr. Noonien Soong, their creator). B-4 is one of the five other androids built by Dr. Soong before Lore and Data.

Praetor Shinzon of Remus was able to obtain the disassembled B-4 and placed some special programming into him, so he could infiltrate the USS Enterprise-E to gain tactical information of the Federation from the ship.

Badar N'D'D Marc Alaimo Lonely Among Us (TNG)
Antican delegate to the summit with the Selay on Parliament. (Note: Character name comes from the script.)
B'Etor Gwynyth Walsh Redemption (TNG),
Firstborn (TNG),
Past Prologue (DS9),
GEN
Klingon female; one of the Duras sisters.
Bahrat Carlos Carrasco Fair Trade (VOY)
Heavy-handed manager of the Nekrit Supply Depot located near the border of the Nekrit Expanse. Bahrat insisted on a 20 percent commission on trades taking place at his station.
Lyndsay Ballard Kim Rhodes Ashes to Ashes (VOY)
Voyager crewmember who died on an away mission in the Delta Quadrant and then was reanimated by the Kobali.
Balok Clint Howard The Corbomite Maneuver (TOS)
Diminutive alien commander of the First Federation starship Feserius who captures the Enterprise and tests its crew through the use of an intimidating puppet (voiced by Ted Cassidy)
Arctus Baran Richard Lynch Gambit (TNG)
Captain of a mercenary ship raiding archeological sites for specific artifacts to re-form an ancient Vulcan weapon
Barash Dana Tjowander Future Imperfect (TNG)
A solitary child from an undetermined species who, desperate for a companion, used an illusory world to entrap William Riker in his specially modified cave on Alpha Onias III. Riker eventually saw through the young alien's illusions and brought Barash back to the Enterprise-D with him.
Reginald Barclay Dwight Schultz Hollow Pursuits (TNG)
recurring thereafter,
FCT,

Projections (VOY)
recurring thereafter

Although he may appear to be nervous and lacking in confidence, Reginald "Reg" Barclay is a highly talented Starfleet systems diagnostic engineer. Stationed aboard the Enterprise-D from 2366, Barclay had a tendency to spend more time inside the holodeck than in real social situations. He also suffered from severe transporter phobia in 2369, although he seems to have overcome this psychological barrier. He also spent time at Jupiter Station as Dr. Lewis Zimmerman's assistant on his EMH project.

While stationed aboard the USS Enterprise-E in 2373, and through a strange turn of events involving the Borg, Barclay was able to meet one of his idols, Zefram Cochrane. By 2376, Barclay's main focus was developing a means of communicating with the missing USS Voyager still stranded in the Delta Quadrant.

Professor Honey Bare Terry Farrell Our Man Bashir (DS9)
Although a holographic character in Julian Bashir's secret agent holosuite program, Professor Bare took on the look of Jadzia Dax during a malfunction. Bare was reputedly Earth's top seismologist in 1964, the year the program was set.
Bareil Antos Philip Anglim In the Hands of the Prophets (DS9)
recurring thereafter
Bajoran Vedek who was nominated as possible successor to Kai Opaka, but lost the position to Kai Winn instead.
Barstow Richard Derr The Alternative Factor (TOS)
Starfleet commodore at Starfleet Command who contacts the Enterprise an hour after the disruption/distortion effects emanated from the dead planet the starship is orbiting. Barstow wants to know whether they are natural phenomena or mechanically generated, and, if the latter, by whom and for what purpose. He charges Kirk with finding out the specifics, but cannot assign reserve starships to help the Enterprise because he is evacuating all Starfleet units and personnel within 100 parsecs of her position.
Regina Bartholomew Stephanie Beacham Ship in a Bottle (TNG)
Holographic love interest of the holographic Professor Moriarty in Data's Sherlock Holmes program
Amsha Bashir Fadwa El Guindi Doctor Bashir, I Presume? (DS9)
Human female; wife of Richard Bashir, and mother of Julian Bashir.
Julian Bashir Alexander Siddig DS9,
Birthright (TNG)
Human male; Chief Medical Officer of Deep Space Nine.
Richard Bashir Brian George Doctor Bashir, I Presume? (DS9)
Human male; husband of Amsha Bashir, and father of Julian Bashir. In 2348, he took his then 6-year-old son to a planet outside the Federation to have him genetically enhanced. When the fact came out in the open about three decades later, Richard accepted a 2-year prison sentence to save Julian's career.
Marta Batanides J. C. Brandy Tapestry (TNG)
Human female; Jean-Luc Picard's Academy classmate. In an alternate timeline created by Q, she and Picard had a romantic relationship.
Morgan Bateson Kelsey Grammer Cause and Effect (TNG)
Commanding officer of the 23rd century Federation starship USS Bozeman, which became trapped in a temporal causality loop near the Typhon Expanse in 2278. Bateson and his crew emerged in 2368, unaware they had passed through 90 years of time, until Captain Picard of the USS Enterprise-D set them straight.
Gabriel Bell John Lendale Bennett
Avery Brooks
Past Tense (DS9)
Human male (April 24, 1987 – September 3, 2024); during a 2024 revolt in San Francisco where federal employees were held hostage, Bell made sure the hostages were not harmed. In an alternate timeline in which he was killed earlier, Benjamin Sisko stepped in to fulfill Bell's role in the pivotal historical moment. In a guidebook to Earth that Jake gave to Nog, Gabriel Bell is described as "the father of Earth's post-modern reformism," and shown with a picture of Sisko.
Belle Lindsey Haun Real Life (VOY)
Holographic female; the Doctor's daughter in his holographic family program.
Benaren Michael L. Maguire Before and After (VOY)
Ocampan male; father of Kes, husband of Martis.
Beta XII-A entity None Day of the Dove (TOS)
Non-corporeal alien entity deriving sustenance from violent emotions such as hate and fear in others; attempts to pit Klingons and Enterprise personnel against each other in endless combat
Bill Leon Russom TUC
Starfleet admiral who serves as C-in-C in 2293, two months after the Klingon moon Praxis explodes. He tasks Kirk with being the Federation's "olive branch" in escorting the Klingon chancellor, Gorkon, to peace negotiations on Earth. He is addressed in dialogue only as "Bill," but he is credited as "Starfleet Chief in Command." (Noncanon: In the movie novelization, he is called "Rear Admiral William Smillie".)
Black Gregory Itzin In a Mirror, Darkly (ENT)
Starfleet admiral in the Mirror Universe killed by Commander Jonathan Archer when not given command of the Defiant
Margaret Blackwell Nancy Vawter The Pegasus (TNG)
Starfleet vice admiral who ordered the Enterprise-D to rendezvous with the Starship Crazy Horse and pick up Rear Admiral Erik Pressman.
Bob Harve Bennett TFF
Starfleet admiral who, in 2287, tasks Kirk with rescuing the Federation, Klingon and Romulan hostages on Nimbus III. He is addressed in dialogue only as "Bob", but he is credited as "Starfleet Chief of Staff". (Noncanon: In the movie novelization, he is called "Admiral Robert Caflisch". However, the Paramount-Pictures-sanctioned reference text The Star Trek Encyclopedia, by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda, has retconned the character's name to "Admiral Robert Bennett".)
Bochra John Snyder The Enemy (TNG)
Romulan centurion and one of two survivors of the crash of the Pi, a small Romulan ship, on the surface of Galorndon Core. Bochra stalks and captures Geordi La Forge, who sarcastically nicknames him "Commodore." However, when the planet's electromagnetic storms wreak havoc with Bochra's metabolism and La Forge's interface with the VISOR, the men put aside their differences and work together to locate and remodulate a neutrino beacon that Wesley Crusher has sent to help locate them. They're soon rescued by the Enterprise-D and Bochra is returned to Commander Tomalak's Warbird. (Continuity Note: Bochra uses the same Romulan salute that Decius first used back in the 1966 TOS episode "Balance of Terror".)
Boday None
A Gallamite ship captain frequently mentioned, but never seen, that Jadzia Dax was quite fond of, that Kira Nerys was repulsed by, and that Worf was somewhat jealous of.
Bok Frank Corsentino
Lee Arenberg
The Battle (TNG)
Bloodlines (TNG)
Ferengi DaiMon who tried to wreak vengeance on Picard for the Battle of Maxia.
Boothby Ray Walston The First Duty (TNG),
In the Flesh (VOY),
The Fight (VOY)
Groundskeeper of Starfleet Academy and Starfleet Headquarters. In addition to tending grounds, Boothby offered advice and otherwise acted as a mentor to several characters–including Jean-Luc Picard, Kathryn Janeway, and Chakotay–when they were attending Starfleet Academy. Boothby several times gave Janeway a rose. Picard, in whose opinion Boothby "is one of the wisest men he has ever known", calls upon his knowledge of the Nova Squadron cadets while investigating the death of Joshua Albert in "The First Duty." Species 8472 recreates Boothby on a planet designed to mimic the Academy. 8472-Boothby mimics his signature gesture of offering a rose.
Bo'rak Bob Minor Visionary (DS9)
Klingon officer and one of three members of a covert strike force conducting surveillance of the Romulan delegation to Starbase Deep Space Nine in 2371. Bo'rak was the drunken Klingon in this episode's teaser.
Philip Boyce John Hoyt The Cage (TOS),
The Menagerie (TOS)
Chief medical officer aboard the USS Enterprise in 2254, under the command of Captain Christopher Pike.
Leah Brahms Susan Gibney Booby Trap (TNG)
Galaxy's Child (TNG)
Human female; engineer who developed the warp drive of Galaxy-class starships.

During a crisis on board the Enterprise-D, chief engineer Geordi La Forge created a holodeck representation of Brahms, and later used her mission logs to create a personality for the representation. A year later, La Forge met the real Brahms, who found out about the holodeck program La Forge had created, and turned hostile. Later, after working with La Forge, she realized her arrogance and became friends with La Forge. In the alternate future timeline of "All Good Things...", La Forge married Brahms.[5]

Branch David Gautreaux TMP
Starfleet commander of the Epsilon 9 space station, which observes the Klingons' battle with V'ger and then the cloud's direct heading for Earth. When Branch communicates some real-time tactical information to the Enterprise, V'ger reacts negatively to Epsilon 9's sensor scans and destroys the station.
Brand Jacqueline Brookes The First Duty (TNG)
Starfleet rear admiral and superintendent of Starfleet Academy in 2368. She presided over the inquiry into the death of Cadet Joshua Albert.
Braxton Allan G. Royal
Bruce McGill
Future's End (VOY)
Relativity (VOY)
A native of the 29th century, he is the pilot of the Federation timeship Aeon in one timeline, and captain of the Federation timeship USS Relativity in another.
Brunt Jeffrey Combs Family Business (DS9)
recurring thereafter
Ferengi liquidator, working for the Ferengi Commerce Authority. On multiple occasions, he threatened to shut down Quark's bar, creating a rather personal rivalry.
Bu'kaH Michelle C. Bonilla Sleeping Dogs (ENT)
Klingon female; engineer on the IKS Somraw in 2151.

C[edit]

Character Actor Episodes
Description
Cartwright Brock Peters TVH, TUC
Starfleet admiral who presides at Starfleet Command in 2286, when the "whale probe/traveler" attacks Earth. In 2293, he conspires with Klingon general Chang and Romulan ambassador Nanclus to derail Federation-Klingon negotiations.
Cassie Penny Johnson Far Beyond the Stars (DS9)
A waitress, in a 1950's era diner, who was Benny Russell's girlfriend in a vision experienced by Benjamin Sisko
Richard Castillo Christopher McDonald Yesterday's Enterprise (TNG)
A Starfleet lieutenant, helmsman aboard the Enterprise-C until it traveled 22 years into the future when he became the effective XO after all other bridge officers were killed, then was endorsed for command by Jean-Luc Picard subsequent to death of Captain Rachel Garrett. Also, a love interest of an alternate time line's Tasha Yar.
Ch'Pok Ron Canada Rules of Engagement (DS9)
Klingon advocate who argued at an extradition hearing on Deep Space Nine to have Worf sent to Qo'noS for trial after he apparently destroyed a Klingon civilian ship, killing all 441 of its passengers.
Chakotay Robert Beltran VOY
Starfleet commander and a former Maquis member, best known as the first officer of the starship USS Voyager in the TV series Star Trek: Voyager. (Throughout the series, the special rank insignia designed for former Maquis members indicates that Chakotay is a lieutenant commander, although he is only ever referred to as "commander.")
Chaotica Martin Rayner Bride of Chaotica! (VOY),
Night (VOY),
Shattered (VOY)
Metafiction holodeck character created by Tom Paris.
Chandra Reginald Lal Singh Court Martial (TOS)
Starfleet Captain who served on Captain Kirk's court-martial board.
Chef ENT
Chef aboard Jonathan Archer's Enterprise
Chekote Bruce Gray The Circle (DS9),
Gambit, Part I (TNG)
A Starfleet admiral conferred with (separately) by both Commander Sisko and Commander Riker.
Christine Chapel Majel Barrett The Naked Time (TOS) recurring thereafter, Beyond the Farthest Star (TAS) recurring thereafter, TMP, TVH
Nurse aboard the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701), later a Doctor and Commander.
Charlene Wendy Schaal Real Life (VOY)
Hologram; the Doctor's wife in his holographic family program.
Pavel Chekov Walter Koenig
Anton Yelchin
TOS, TMP, WOK, SFS, TVH, TFF, TUC, GEN, ST
Starfleet officer who served aboard the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701), USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) and USS Reliant.
John Christopher Roger Perry Tomorrow Is Yesterday (TOS)
1960-era U.S. Air Force captain who is brought aboard the Enterprise as his fighter jet is un-intentionally crushed by a tractor beam
Clancy Anne Elizabeth Ramsay The Emissary (TNG)
Female Starfleet ensign and flight controller aboard the Enterprise-D in 2365.
L. Q. "Sonny" Clemonds Leon Rippy The Neutral Zone (TNG)
Human male; 20th century civilian cryogenically frozen and discovered by the USS Enterprise-D.
Zefram Cochrane Glenn Corbett
James Cromwell
Metamorphosis (TOS),
FCT,
Broken Bow (ENT)
Human male; Earth's inventor of warp drive.
J.M. Colt Laurel Goodwin The Cage (TOS)
Yeoman aboard Captain Christopher Pike's Enterprise
Kimara Cretak Megan Cole
Adrienne Barbeau
Image in the Sand (DS9),
Shadows and Symbols (DS9),
Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges (DS9)
Being a Romulan Senator, she was a representative of the Romulan empire for a short time aboard Deep Space Nine. She was accused of treason against the Star empire and imprisoned.
Beverly Crusher Gates McFadden TNG, GEN, FCT, INS, NEM
Chief Medical Officer aboard the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) and USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)
Jack Crusher Doug Wert Family (TNG),
Violations (TNG),
Journey's End (TNG)
Deceased Starfleet officer, husband of Beverly Crusher and father of Wesley Crusher. He served aboard the USS Stargazer under Captain Picard, his friend, but died sometime during its mission. In "Family", when Dr. Crusher retrieved some of his things from storage, the label on the travel case lists him as "lieutenant commander", although the rank insignia on his old uniform indicates otherwise (lieutenant junior grade). Jack Crusher recorded a video message to his son Wesley during his infancy, to be viewed when he was older. Jack intended this to begin a series of pre-recorded video messages to Wesley, but because of his death, he only ever got to make one message.
Wesley Crusher Wil Wheaton TNG, NEM
Enterprise-D civilian (crew family member), then Starfleet Academy cadet
Crystalline Entity None Datalore (TNG),
Silicon Avatar (TNG)
Life form that destroyed colonies on Omicron Theta and other planets. Conspired with Lore in attempt to destroy life on the Enterprise-D. Destroyed by the mother of one of its victims.
Jal Culluh Anthony De Longis Basics Part II (VOY),
State of Flux (VOY)
First Maje, or leader, of the Kazon-Nistrim, one of the various warring sects of the Kazon race who inhabit the farthest region of the Delta Quadrant on the other side of the Milky Way Galaxy.

D[edit]

Character Actor Episodes
Description
Jenna D'Sora Michele Scarabelli In Theory (TNG)
Starfleet lieutenant (j.g.) and Enterprise-D security officer who fell in love with Data.
Dara Michelle Forbes Half a Life (TNG)
Daughter of Kaelon II's Dr. Timicin
Damar Casey Biggs Return to Grace (DS9) recurring thereafter
Cardassian military officer first serving under Gul Dukat then puppet head of the Cardassian Union within the Dominion and finally rebel leader for Cardassian freedom from the Dominion.
Dammar Kenneth Tigar Displaced (VOY)
Chief operative of the Nyrians; translocated the Voyager crew and took command of the ship.
Damron Jeffrey Dean Morgan Carpenter Street (ENT)
Xindi Reptilian scientist.
Caithlin Dar Cynthia Gouw TFF
Romulan Ambassador to the Planet of Galactic Peace.
Darhe'el Harris Yulin Duet (DS9)
Cardassian Gul and leader of the Gallitep labor camp on Bajor during the Cardassian Occupation. He was dubbed the "Butcher of Gallitep" because of all the atrocities committed there under his command Bajor.
Arne Darvin Charlie Brill The Trouble with Tribbles (TOS),
Trials and Tribble-ations (DS9)
In "The Trouble with Tribbles", Darvin is a Klingon who poses as a Federation official to sabotage Federation attempts to colonize Sherman's Planet. A tribble, sensitive to Klingons, hints at his true identity, which is confirmed by Dr. Leonard McCoy. Darvin is arrested.

According to dialog in "Trials and Tribble-ations", Klingon intelligence subsequently turned its back on Darvin, who spent the next 100 years posing as a human merchant going by the name "Barry Waddle".

Brill reprised the role for "Trials and Tribble-ations", in which Darvin gains passage from Cardassia to Bajor aboard the USS Defiant. Darvin uses the Bajoran Orb of Time to send the ship back to the time and place depicted in "The Trouble with Tribbles". Intent on exacting revenge on James T. Kirk, he plants a bomb in a tribble; the Defiant's crew prevents Kirk's murder and captures Darvin.

Data Brent Spiner TNG,
GEN, FCT, INS, NEM
Android – second officer of the Enterprise-D.
Dathon Paul Winfield Darmok (TNG)
Tamarian captain, the first of his race to successfully establish communications between his species and the Federation.
Dougherty Anthony Zerbe INS
A Starfleet admiral working with the Son'a with designs on the Briar Patch
Carmen Davila Susan Diol Silicon Avatar (TNG)
Senior member of the Malona IV project, died when the Crystalline Entity attacked the colony.
Dax (symbiont) None Invasive Procedures (DS9)
Trill symbiont, over 300 years old in the 24th century.
Audrid Dax Armin Shimerman Facets (DS9)
Joined Trill; fourth host of Dax symbiont.
Curzon Dax Frank Owen Smith
René Auberjonois
Emissary (DS9),
Facets (DS9)
Trill male; seventh host of Dax symbiont (before Jadzia).
Emony Dax Chase Masterson Facets (DS9)
Joined Trill female; third host of Dax symbiont.
Ezri Dax Nicole de Boer DS9 (season 7)
Joined Trill female; ninth host of Dax symbiont; Starfleet officer, and counselor aboard DS9. Formerly Ezri Tigan.
Jadzia Dax Terry Farrell DS9 (seasons 1–6)
Joined Trill female; eighth host of Dax symbiont; Starfleet officer, and science officer aboard DS9 from 2371 to 2374.
Joran Dax Jeff Magnus McBride
Leigh J. McCloskey
Avery Brooks
Equilibrium (DS9),
Facets (DS9),
Field of Fire (DS9)
Joined Trill male; sixth host of Dax symbiont. Formerly Joran Belar.
Lela Dax Nana Visitor Facets (DS9)
Joined Trill female; first host of Dax symbiont.
Tobin Dax Colm Meaney Facets (DS9)
Joined Trill male; second host of Dax symbiont.
Torias Dax Alexander Siddig Facets (DS9)
Joined Trill male; fifth host of Dax symbiont.
Yedrin Dax Gary Frank Children of Time (DS9)
Trill; descendant of Jadzia Dax and host of the Dax symbiont in an alternate timeline.
Richard Daystrom William Marshall The Ultimate Computer (TOS)
Human male; creator of M5 multitronic computer system. Also created the Enterprise' main computer.
Decius Lawrence Montaigne Balance of Terror (TOS)
A proud young Romulan officer who served aboard the Praetor's flagship Bird-of-Prey in 2266. He dispatched a coded message to the Praetor while the ship was under cloak, thereby breaking the "rule of silence." For this infraction, he was reduced two steps in rank. Later, he was ordered to place a nuclear warhead with a proximity fuse among the debris that was to be jettisoned from the ship. This maneuver succeeded in severely damaging the Enterprise. Decius was viewed by the ship's elder Centurion as having powerful friends who may not appreciate his being demoted, and which could mean danger for the ship's Commander.
Willard Decker Stephen Collins TMP
Captain of the USS Enterprise before joining with V'ger, son of Commodore Matt Decker.[6] Decker's basic character outline was originally developed as part of Star Trek: Phase II before that project became The Motion Picture.[7] Some of this character's elements are similar to those of William Riker, the second in command of the USS Enterprise-D in Star Trek: The Next Generation.[7]
Matt Decker William Windom Doomsday Machine (TOS)
Starfleet commodore and skipper of the starship USS Constellation until its crew were killed by an extraterrestrial-created "planet eater" Ultimate Weapon. Decker tried to kill the planet 'eater' by going on a suicide mission with one of the shuttles belonging to the USS Enterprise. He failed, but analysis of his attempt provided inspiration for the final solution used to defeat the machine.[8]
Degra Randy Oglesby The Xindi (ENT)
recurring thereafter
Primate representative on the Xindi Council; scientist who supervised construction of the Xindi superweapon.
DeSalle Michael Barrier The Squire of Gothos (TOS),
This Side of Paradise (TOS),
Catspaw (TOS)
Starfleet lieutenant of French descent. DeSalle served as the Enterprise's navigator ("The Squire of Gothos"), botanist ("This Side of Paradise") and assistant chief engineer ("Catspaw"). In "The Squire of Gothos", DeSalle is part of the landing party that encounters Trelane. In "This Side of Paradise", DeSalle discovers that the colonists on Omicron Ceti III are the only life forms to survive exposure to the planet's Berthold rays. He also performs a quantitative analysis of the crops being grown by the colonists. In "Catspaw", DeSalle commands the Enterprise while Captain Kirk, Commander Spock and Lieutenant Commander Scott are being held prisoner on the surface of Pyris VII. He directs the crew's effort to pierce an alien force field to rescue the landing party. (Conjecture: The Star Trek Concordance, by Bjo Trimble, lists his first name as "Vincent".)
Stefan DeSeve Barry Lynch Face of the Enemy (TNG)
Former Starfleet ensign who defected to Romulus. He returns to the Federation after becoming disillusioned with the Romulans. He also relays a message from Ambassador Spock that the Enterprise-D must rendezvous with a Corvallen freighter, which is supposed to be carrying Romulan vice proconsul M'ret and his two top aides, who are defecting to the Federation.
Dikironium Cloud Creature None Obsession (TOS)
Sentient gaseous cloud creature that feeds off iron-based hemoglobin; once decimated the crew of the starship Farragut then years later is encountered by the Enterprise
Klim Dokachin Graham Jarvis Unification (TNG)
Zakdorn; quartermaster and administrator of the Federation Surplus Depot Z15.
Guruk Dolim Scott MacDonald The Xindi (ENT)
recurring thereafter
Reptilian regimental commander and representative on the Xindi Council. He hijacked the Xindi superweapon.
Jose Dominguez None The Man Trap (TOS)
Starfleet officer and "space commander" of the starship base on Corinth IV. He requests information regarding the Enterprise's delay at Planet M-113; he says the starship has "supplies he urgently needs".
Donatra Dina Meyer NEM
Romulan commander of the IRW Valdore. She attempts to ingratiate herself to Praetor Shinzon by flirting with him, but he prefers that she demonstrate her allegiance by watching Commander Suran, whose impatience and lack of respect have given Shinzon pause. Donatra fears that a war with the Federation will mark Romulan children for generations to come. She eventually rejects Shinzon and fights with the Enterprise-E against the Reman Warbird Scimitar. Although the Valdore is severely damaged in battle, Donatra is able to offer aid to the ram-damaged Enterprise after the Scimitar is destroyed.
Sarina Douglas Faith Salie Statistical Probabilities (DS9)
Chrysalis (DS9)
Human female whose genetic engineering went wrong and caused her to be cataleptic for several years.
Drea Lezlie Dalton By Any Other Name (TOS)
Female Kelvan who pilots the Enterprise through the Galactic Barrier on its way to the Andromeda Galaxy.
Duchamps Michael Dorn Our Man Bashir (DS9)
An assistant to Dr. Hippocrates Noah in Julian Bashir's secret agent program. Due to a transporter malfunction, Duchamp appeared as Worf.
Skrain Dukat Marc Alaimo Emissary (DS9) recurring thereafter
Cardassian Gul. Prefect of Bajor during the Cardassian Occupation; Commander of Terok Nor. Father of Tora Ziyal, and head of the Cardassian Union under The Dominion until Ziyal's death.
Duras, son of Ja'rod Patrick Massett Sins of the Father (TNG),
Reunion (TNG)
Klingon male. The House of Duras was a notably aggressive and dishonest dynasty of the Klingon Empire. His father was a traitor who betrayed the Khitomer colony to the Romulans. When Ja'rod's treason was discovered post-mortem, High Council-member Duras had the blame placed on Worf's father, Mogh. His House Included his two sisters, Lursa and B'Etor, and his illegitimate son, Toral.
Duras, son of Toral Daniel Riordan Judgment (ENT),
Bounty (ENT),
The Expanse (ENT)
Klingon male, sent to apprehend Jonathan Archer and destroy the Enterprise.

E[edit]

Character Actor Episodes
Description
Amelia Earhart Sharon Lawrence The 37s (VOY)
Human female; abducted from Earth in 1937; found cryogenically frozen in the Delta Quadrant by the Voyager crew.
Julius Eaton Alexander Siddig Far Beyond the Stars (DS9)
A writer for a 1950's era science fiction magazine in a vision experienced by Benjamin Sisko
Kay Eaton Nana Visitor Far Beyond the Stars (DS9)
A writer (who used the pseudonym "K.C. Hunter") for a 1950's era science fiction magazine in a vision experienced by Benjamin Sisko
Michael Eddington Kenneth Marshall The Search (DS9)
recurring thereafter
Starfleet lieutenant commander and chief of Starfleet security on Starbase Deep Space 9, beginning in late 2370. He later defected to join the Maquis.
Ee'Char Craig Wasson Hard Time (DS9)
Male; Miles O'Brien's imaginary cellmate during his time-compressed simulation of incarceration.
Albert Einstein Jim Norton The Nth Degree (TNG),
Descent, Part I (TNG)
Holographic reproduction for a game of poker with Data.
Ekoria Ellen Wheeler The Quickening (DS9)
Teplan female; afflicted by the blight, the first one to believe that Julian Bashir could find a cure to her condition. She died to the blight, but her baby was born perfectly healthy.
Elaan France Nuyen Elaan of Troyius (TOS)
Dohlman of Elas. Her planet's Council of Nobles offered her in marriage to the ruler of Troyius, a neighboring planet in the Tellun Star System, to prevent the escalation of hostilities between the two worlds. En route to Troyius on the Enterprise, Elaan stabs Ambassador Petri of Troyius for being in her quarters without permission. Later, when Elaan sheds tears (which act as a "super love potion") because she feels that nobody likes her, Kirk wipes them away and immediately becomes biochemically attracted to her. However, he's able to shake off the effects while in combat with the Klingons. In accordance with his duty, Kirk delivers Elaan to Troyius to be married, although neither is happy at the prospect.
Tam Elbrun Harry Groener Tin Man (TNG)
Betazoid male; had unusually great telepathic ability skilled at making contact with non-humanoid sentient life forms.
Endar Sherman Howard Suddenly Human (TNG)
Talarian captain of the Q'Maire whose biological son was killed by humans. In accordance with Talarian customs, he claimed the human boy Jeremiah Rossa as his own son, renaming him Jono. Years later, when Captain Jean-Luc Picard intended to return Jono to his human family, Endar was ready to go to war to retrieve his adopted son.
Enright Voice: James Doohan The Ultimate Computer (TOS)
Starfleet commodore on the Watchtower-class space station that serves as headquarters for the M-5 multitronic unit war games.
Eris Molly Hagan The Jem'Hadar (DS9)
A female Vorta pretending to be a fellow prisoner when Benjamin Sisko and Quark are taken captive by the Jem'Hadar.
Esoqq Reiner Schöne Allegiance (TNG)
A native of the planet Chalnoth, among those held captive (including Captain Picard) in an alien prison/laboratory
Gul Evek Richard Poe Journey's End (TNG),
Preemptive Strike (TNG),
Playing God (DS9),
The Maquis (DS9),
Tribunal (DS9)
Caretaker (VOY)
Cardassian gul and commander of the Vetar. A confrontational opponent, appearing in three Star Trek series.

F[edit]

Character Actor Episodes
Description
Kivas Fajo Saul Rubinek The Most Toys (TNG)
Zibalian male; kidnapped Data for his collection of priceless artifacts.
Falcon Mark Yerkes
Colm Meaney
Our Man Bashir (DS9)
Hologram; assassin in Julian Bashir's secret agent holo-program. Due to a transporter malfunction, Falcon's physical parameters were temporarily modeled on O'Brien.
Dr. Farek Ethan Phillips Ménage à Troi (TNG)
Ferengi male; crewmember of the Krayton, tried using a mind probe on Lwaxana Troi to learn the secret of Betazed telepathy.
John Farrell Jim Goodwin The Enemy Within (TOS), Mudd's Women (TOS), Miri (TOS)
Human Male; he served as navigator in TOS: "The Enemy Within" and "Mudd's Women" and as the relief communications officer in TOS: "Miri".
Female Changeling Salome Jens The Search (DS9) recurring thereafter
Unnamed Changeling who helps lead the Dominion's invasion of the Alpha Quadrant.
Karen Farris Courtney Peldon Valiant (DS9)
Human female; Red Squad cadet appointed First Officer of the USS Valiant after the death of Captain Ramirez.
Kyril Finn Richard Cox The High Ground (TNG)
Terrorist leader on planet Rutia IV who kidnaps Dr. Beverly Crusher to treat his people who are suffering from side-effects of the dimensional-shift transporter they use
Marla E. Finn Nora Leonhardt Eye of the Beholder (TNG)
Starfleet ensign assigned to Utopia Planetia shipyards. Was killed by ex-lover Lieutenant Walter Pierce.
Finnegan Bruce Mars Shore Leave (TOS)
Starfleet Academy cadet, upperclassman, prankster and merciless tormentor to a young fellow cadet named James T. Kirk
Fitzgerald Richard Derr The Mark of Gideon (TOS)
Starfleet admiral who refuses to give Spock permission to violate the planet Gideon's sovereignty and beam down to locate the missing and allegedly kidnapped Captain Kirk. Fitzgerald has no choice because Spock cannot prove that Kirk's life is in danger.[9]
Fitzpatrick Ed Reimers The Trouble with Tribbles (TOS)
Starfleet admiral who ordered Kirk to cooperate fully with Nilz Baris regarding security protection for the quadrotriticale on Deep Space Station K-7.
Flint James Daly Requiem for Methuselah (TOS)
Human male; a 6000 year-old immortal, encountered on the planet Holberg 917G. Flint lived as many influential persons in Earth history.
Vic Fontaine James Darren His Way (DS9)
recurring thereafter
Hologram; a holodeck entertainer, used as counselor by various crewmembers of Deep Space Nine.
Fujisaki None Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges (DS9)
Starfleet vice admiral and deputy chief of Starfleet Intelligence until 2374, when he died. Section 31 believed that Koval, the Romulan chairman of the Tal Shiar, was involved in his death, but there was no proof.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discrepancy Note: The voice-over actor clearly identifies the character as "Almak", but the closed-captioning reads "Almar" and The Star Trek Encyclopedia lists him as "Almar".
  2. ^ Joanna Peart, The Journal (July 22, 2004). "Beam me back Scotty". p. 46.
  3. ^ St. Joseph News-Press, Spotlight (Feb. 2, 1974). "New Role on Show". p. 12.
  4. ^ Alison L. Smith, Chicago Sun-Times (November 30, 1986 ). "The Vulcan mind probe". p. 6.
  5. ^ Star Trek Profile: Geordi La Forge
  6. ^ "Willard Decker". startrek.com. Retrieved July 1, 2010. 
  7. ^ a b Okuda, Mike and Denise Okuda, with Debbie Mirek (1999). The Star Trek Encyclopedia. Pocket Books. ISBN 0-671-53609-5. 
  8. ^ The Star Trek Encyclopedia
  9. ^ Casting Note: Richard Derr also played Commodore Barstow in "The Alternative Factor". In the interest of continuity, some Star Trek fans have suggested that, since "Fitzgerald" was never named in dialogue, it can be disregarded and "Barstow" retconned in its place. However, "Fitzgerald" is identified in the script and in the ending credits, so, regardless of the oversight regarding the actor's two roles, canon demands that "Fitzgerald" should stand.

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