List of Star Trek characters (G–M)

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This article lists characters of Star Trek that received attention from third-party sources 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]


Abbreviation Title Date(s) Medium
TC "The Cage" 1964 Unaired pilot
TOS Star Trek: The Original Series 1966–1969 TV
TAS Star Trek: The Animated Series 1973–74 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
TNG Star Trek: The Next Generation 1987–1994 TV
DS9 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1993–1999 TV
GEN Star Trek Generations 1994 film
VOY Star Trek: Voyager 1995–2001 TV
FCT Star Trek: First Contact 1996 film
INS Star Trek: Insurrection 1998 film
NEM Star Trek: Nemesis 2002 film
ENT Star Trek: Enterprise 2001–2005 TV
ST09 Star Trek (2009) 2009 film
STID Star Trek Into Darkness 2013 film
STB Star Trek Beyond 2016 film
DSC Star Trek: Discovery 2017– TV
ST Star Trek: Short Treks 2018– TV
PIC Star Trek: Picard 2020– TV
LOW Star Trek: Lower Decks 2020– TV

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.


Character Actor Episodes
Amanda Grayson Jane Wyatt
Majel Barrett (Voice)
Cynthia Blaise
Winona Ryder
Mia Kirshner
"Journey to Babel" (TOS), "Yesteryear" (TAS)
"Lethe" (DSC)
"Will You Take My Hand?" (DSC)
"Brother" (DSC)
Spock's human mother, married to Sarek.[1] In one timeline, she dies between the events in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Sarek".[1] As depicted in the 2009 Star Trek movie, she dies when Vulcan is destroyed. Grayson was first portrayed by Jane Wyatt, who appears in both "Journey to Babel" and The Voyage Home. Majel Barrett provided the voice of Amanda in the animated Star Trek series. Cynthia Blaise played her in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. In the 2009 film Star Trek, the role of Amanda Grayson was played by Winona Ryder.[2] Mia Kirshner played Amanda on the prequel series Star Trek: Discovery.[3]


Character Actor Episodes
Ilia[4] Persis Khambatta TMP
A female native of Delta IV, she was once involved in a romantic relationship with Willard Decker. As a Starfleet lieutenant, she was assigned to the Enterprise as navigator during the V'ger crisis. She was killed on the Bridge by one of V'ger's probes, but her appearance was later given to another V'ger probe, which was put aboard the Enterprise and assigned to learn about the human "infestation". However, this "Ilia probe" was constructed so perfectly by V'ger that it even contained the real Ilia's memories, which were deeply suppressed. Decker, however, was able to access those memories and establish a personal rapport with the probe. Later, when he learned that V'ger needed a "human element" to reveal its data – and, in so doing, stop its attack on Earth – he input the final code sequence manually, and, together with the Ilia probe, merged with V'ger. Ilia was later listed as "missing" in action.
Ihat None Masks (TNG)
A masculine personality associated with a ceremonial neckplate with a wings-like design. Data assumes the personality of Ihat multiple times.[5][6][7][8]


Character Actor Episodes
Kahless Robert Herron
Kevin Conway
The Savage Curtain (TOS), Rightful Heir (TNG)
Legendary Klingon warrior and first emperor of the Klingon Empire; also known as "the Unforgettable" among his people. A clone created in 2369 was made ceremonial emperor by Gowron.
Lenara Kahn Susanna Thompson Rejoined (DS9)
Trill woman hosting the Kahn symbiont, which, as Nilani Kahn in a former life, was married to Torias Dax.
Kamala Famke Janssen The Perfect Mate (TNG)
An empathic metamorph from Krios Prime. Since her birth, she was intended to be Valtese Chancellor Alrik's Kriosian peace bride in an effort to reunite the two planets.
Kang Michael Ansara Day of the Dove (TOS),
Blood Oath (DS9),
Flashback (VOY)
Legendary Klingon warrior and Dahar Master whose exploits assured him a place in the Hall of Heroes, as told in G'Trok's poem "The Fall of Kang", an epic so important it is required reading at Starfleet Academy. Commander Kang once faced James Kirk in 2269, but later joined him to defeat their true enemy, an energy life form living off their shared hatred when trapped aboard the Enterprise as undying fodder. Captain Kang later squared off against Captain Sulu's USS Excelsior during the tensions preceding the Khitomer Conference in 2293. Kang had already met Curzon Dax by then on the Klingon colony Korvat, when Dax intentionally angered Kang to foster a bond—a calculated risk as he walked out during a long diatribe by the shocked Klingon. The Trill envoy became such a trusted family friend that Kang's firstborn, a boy, was made his godson and named "Dax" in his honor. The boy, of course, was among those later killed in revenge by the marauding Albino and fostered a blood oath of revenge in turn among Kor, Koloth, and Dax that was finally carried out in 2370 and led to Dahar Master Kang's death as he struck the death blow on his enemy. He also had defeated T'nag and his army with only colleagues Kor and Koloth, according to Kor's tale in 2372, and later feasted on the leader's heart.
Rayna Kapec Louise Sorel Requiem for Methuselah (TOS)
Android created in the perfect likeness of a young human woman
Kargan Christopher Collins A Matter of Honor (TNG)
Klingon captain of the IKS Pagh in 2365. He was short, heavyset, and demanded strict adherence to his authority. When he learned of the space organism eating away at a small section of the Pagh's hull, and that the Enterprise-D had directed an intense scanning beam at that specific area for two minutes, Kargan believed the Federation starship had landed a first strike against his vessel, so he vowed to attack and destroy the Enterprise-D. He suspected that Commander William Riker, his acting first officer, was complicit in the Enterprise-D's attack, so, to test his loyalty, Kargan demanded to know the surest method of attack against the Federation starship. When Riker refused to break his oath to Starfleet, Kargan relented, knowing at least that Riker wasn't a traitor or a coward. When Riker activated an emergency transponder given to him by Worf, Kargan, believing it was a weapon, demanded that Riker give it to him. Kargan was then beamed aboard the Enterprise-D, and Riker was able to assume command of the Pagh and defuse the brewing battle. Later, when Kargan was returned to the Pagh, Riker refused to resume his station, so Kargan slugged him and ordered him removed from the ship. That action allowed Kargan to save face and regain honor in the eyes of his officers, and likely averted an assassination attempt by Lieutenant Klag.
Anton Karidian Arnold Moss The Conscience of the King (TOS)
A Shakespearian actor (and father of Lenore Karidian) once known as Kodos the Executioner, Governor of Tarsus IV
Lenore Karidian Barbara Anderson The Conscience of the King (TOS)
A Shakespearian actor (and daughter of Anton Karidian).
Karina Annette Helde Visionary (DS9)
Romulan officer who, in 2371, was part of a delegation to Starbase Deep Space 9 to study Starfleet Intelligence reports on the Dominion. The Romulans regarded the Dominion as the greatest threat to the Alpha Quadrant, and intended to destroy Deep Space 9 before collapsing the Bajoran Wormhole to prevent any Dominion incursion from the Gamma Quadrant.
Walker Keel Jonathan Farwell Conspiracy (TNG)
Starfleet captain and commanding officer of the USS Horatio who warned Picard about an alien invasion.
Edith Keeler Joan Collins The City on the Edge of Forever (TOS)
In 1930, during the Great Depression, Keeler was a social worker who died in a traffic accident. Centuries later, during a survey of the Guardian of Forever by the USS Enterprise, the ship's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Leonard McCoy, during a temporary bout of insanity brought on by an accidental injection of cordrazine, escaped into Earth's past. While there, he saved Keeler's life, which sparked a chain of events throughout the timeline, essentially changing history. In the altered timeline, Keeler, a passionate believer in peace, founded a movement which delayed the entry of the United States into World War II, thus paving the way for an Axis victory. Subsequently, Starfleet, the Federation, and the USS Enterprise were gone, but the proximity to the Guardian of Forever by the landing party allowed Captain James T. Kirk and First Officer Spock to follow McCoy into the past. Kirk and Spock were able to prevent McCoy from saving Keeler's life, thus restoring the timeline. These events were particularly stressful for Kirk, as he had fallen in love with Keeler.
Keenser Deep Roy ST09
In 2258, in the alternate reality, Keenser worked with Montgomery Scott at an automated Federation outpost on Delta Vega. He was Scott's only company for months before Spock and James T. Kirk arrived. After the Enterprise successfully defeated Nero and the Romulan mining vessel Narada, Keenser joined the Enterprise crew as an engineer under Scott.
Keevan Christopher Shea Rocks and Shoals (DS9),
The Magnificent Ferengi (DS9)
A Vorta field commander who sacrificed his Jem'Hadar troops to save his own life. He was later killed by Gaila when Quark and his team tried to trade him back to the Dominion for Quark's mother.
K'Ehleyr Suzie Plakson The Emissary (TNG),
Reunion (TNG)
Half-Klingon, half-human. Worf's mate and Alexander Rozhenko's mother. Killed by Duras.
Keldar None The House of Quark (DS9)
A Ferengi, deceased husband of Ishka and father of Quark and Rom. (Only discussed, never seen.)
Kell Larry Dobkin The Mind's Eye (TNG)
Klingon ambassador who accompanied the Enterprise-D to the planet Krios in 2367 to investigate Klingon Governor Vagh's claim that Starfleet was supplying weapons to Kriosian rebels. Kell was colluding with the Romulans to disrupt the alliance between the Federation and the Klingon Empire. The Romulans had "conditioned" Geordi La Forge to receive E-band transmissions through his VISOR. Kell carried the transmitter that instructed La Forge to kill Governor Vagh, but the attempt failed. Kell was taken into custody by Vagh.
Captain Keogh Alan Oppenheimer The Jem'Hadar (DS9)
Commanding officer of the ill-fated USS Odyssey.
Kes Jennifer Lien VOY
Ocampa woman, partner of Neelix who joins the USS Voyager crew for several years before evolving into a different state and so being forced to leave.
Kessick Richard Lineback The Xindi (ENT)
Xindi Primate, slave in a Trellium-D mine
Harry Kim Garrett Wang VOY
Ensign and operations officer aboard the USS Voyager during its seven years in the Delta Quadrant. Despite his rank of Ensign he sits on the senior staff meetings and occasionally takes over command for "night" shifts.
Kira Meru Leslie Hope Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night (DS9)
Mother of Kira Nerys and was a comfort woman for Gul Dukat for seven years.
Kira Nerys Nana Visitor
Unknown child actress
Former resistance fighter against Cardassian occupation, a Bajoran Militia officer (Major, later Colonel) assigned as Benjamin Sisko's first officer on Starbase Deep Space 9. She has a Starfleet field commission of Commander when she serves as advisor for Damar's rebellion against the Dominion. At the end of the series she takes over command of Deep Space Nine.
Kira Taban Thomas Kopache Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night (DS9), Ties of Blood and Water (DS9)
Father of Kira Nerys
Kira Pohl Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night (DS9)
Brother of Kira Nerys
Kira Reon Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night (DS9)
Brother of Kira Nerys
Aurelan Kirk Joan Swift Operation: Annihilate! (TOS)
Wife of George Samuel Kirk, mother of Peter Kirk, sister-in-law of James T. Kirk
George Samuel Kirk, Sr. Chris Hemsworth ST09
Father of James T. Kirk and George Samuel Kirk, Jr. Served as first officer on the Starfleet vessel USS Kelvin.
George Samuel Kirk, Jr. William Shatner Operation: Annihilate! (TOS)
Brother of James T. Kirk. James usually referred to his brother by his middle name, "Sam".
James T. Kirk William Shatner
Chris Pine
Captain of the USS Enterprise, major character in the original Star Trek and ten Star Trek movies.
Peter Kirk Craig Hundley Operation: Annihilate! (TOS)
Son of George Samuel and Aurelan Kirk, nephew of James T. Kirk
Winona Kirk Jennifer Morrison ST09
James T. Kirk's mother
K'Kath Chad Haywood Real Life (VOY)
Klingon friend of Jeffrey in the holographic family program modified by Torres.
Klaa Todd Bryant TFF
Young Klingon captain of a Bird-of-Prey. He is also the gunner, as the tactical scope is mounted above his command chair and lowers like a periscope when he wants to fire the ship's disruptors. He is bored with shooting space garbage, such as Earth's Pioneer 10 probe, and longs for a bigger challenge to make a name for himself. When he learns that the Enterprise-A and Captain James T. Kirk are headed to Nimbus III, he arranges to intercept them. Klaa shoots at but misses the Enterprise, which suddenly engages warp speed. He follows her to Sha Ka Ree and this time scores a hit. He orders the Enterprise to surrender, but General Korrd calls him off and forces him to rescue Kirk from the surface of Sha Ka Ree. At a "cocktail party" aboard the Enterprise, he salutes Kirk as a fellow warrior. One of Klaa's more memorable features, besides his muscles, is his wild "shock rock" hair.[original research?] Noncanon: In the movie novelization, Klaa's Bird-of-Prey is called Okrona.
Klag Brian Thompson A Matter of Honor (TNG)
Klingon lieutenant and second officer of IKS Pagh in 2365. He challenged Commander William Riker's authority over him as first officer of Pagh during an officer-exchange program. After Riker demonstrated his authority over him, Klag agreed to take his orders and even respected the commander for his strength. Klag's father had once been captured in battle by Romulans, but not allowed to die. He eventually escaped, and now lives on Qo'noS, honorless, waiting for death by natural causes. For that reason, Klag refuses to see him. When Captain Kargan suspected that Riker was complicit in Enterprise-D's "attack" on Pagh, Klag disagreed and defended the commander.
Klingon Captain K.L. Smith Elaan of Troyius (TOS)
He commanded the Klingon warship that stalked the Enterprise through the Tellun Star System. After Kryton had sabotaged the Enterprise's warp engines, the Klingon demanded that Kirk surrender unconditionally and immediately.
Klingon Amar Captain Mark Lenard TMP
He commanded three K't'inga-class battle cruisers in an attack against V'ger in Quad L-14. His flagship, the Imperial Klingon Cruiser Amar, was the last to be destroyed.
K'mpec Charles Cooper Sins of the Father (TNG),
Reunion (TNG)
Klingon chancellor and supreme commander who oversaw Worf's discommendation. Later poisoned by Duras and succeeded by Gowron. In his time, K'mpec served as leader of the Klingon Empire longer than anyone previously.
K'mtar James Sloyan Firstborn (TNG)
The adult Alexander Rozhenko from a possible future.
K'nera David Froman Heart of Glory (TNG)
Klingon commander of a K't'inga-class battle cruiser that was patrolling the area of the Romulan Neutral Zone in 2364, seeking the whereabouts of the IKS T'Acog. When he learned that the criminals Korris, Konmel, and Kunivas had been rescued by the Enterprise-D, he plotted an intercept course and demanded that Captain Jean-Luc Picard turn them over when he arrived. By that time, however, all three Klingons had died from injuries or were killed during their escape attempt.
Kodos Arnold Moss The Conscience of the King (TOS)
Governor of Tarsus IV, also known as "the Executioner", who engaged in a large-scale eugenics program to counter the impending threat of starvation to the colony; later assumed the role of actor Anton Karidian leading a traveling Shakespeare company called the "Karidian Players".
Kohlar Wren T. Brown Prophecy (VOY)
Klingon commander of a generational starship of the D7 class, leader of a group of Klingons who were searching for the kuva'magh, or "savior" of Klingon culture. Kohlar and his followers are found to be infected with the Klingon nehret retrovirus disease by Voyager's holographic Doctor, which is cured with DNA from B'Elanna Torres's unborn daughter Miral Paris.
Kol J.R. Quinonez
Leslie Jordan
The Price (TNG),
False Profits (VOY)
One of two Ferengi stranded in the Delta Quadrant after attempting to secure the Barzan wormhole for themselves. Crash-landing on the Takaran homeworld, they insinuated themselves to be the Holy Sages prophesied by the Takaran "Song of the Sages" to exploit the Takarans for profit.
Kolopak Henry Darrow Tattoo (VOY)
Basics, Part 1 (VOY)
Father of Chakotay
Koloth William Campbell
James Doohan (Voice)
The Trouble with Tribbles (TOS),
More Tribbles, More Troubles (TAS),
Blood Oath (DS9)
Klingon captain who faced Kirk twice over tribbles; later, as Dahar Master, he swore a blood oath with Kor, Kang, and Curzon Dax to kill the Albino. Koloth was killed during the assault on the Albino's fortress. James Doohan voiced the character in the animated episode.
Sirna Kolrami Roy Brocksmith Peak Performance (TNG)
Zakdorn master strategist and consultant for war games between the Enterprise-D and the USS Hathaway.
Komack Byron Morrow Amok Time (TOS)
Starfleet admiral who orders Captain Kirk to Altair VI rather than Vulcan until pressured by T'Pau
Anastasia Komononov Nana Visitor Our Man Bashir (DS9)
A Russian KGB colonel in Bashir's secret agent program. Due to a transporter malfunction, Komononov's physical parameters were temporarily modelled on Kira.
Konmel Charles H. Hyman Heart of Glory (TNG)
Klingon lieutenant who, with Korris and Kunivas, left the Klingon Defense Force to pursue a life in which he could live like a "true Klingon". In 2364, the trio stole the Talarian freighter Batris and subsequently destroyed the IKS T'Acog, which had been sent to retrieve them. After being rescued by the Enterprise-D, Korris and Konmel lied to Captain Jean-Luc Picard about the battle, but later revealed their true intentions to Lieutenant (j.g.) Worf. By then, Klingon commander K'near had apprised Picard of the Klingons' criminal status, so Picard detained them in the brig. They escaped, but Konmel was killed in a firefight with Enterprise-D security. To his credit, though, it took three phaser shots to bring him down.
Konsab None Face of the Enemy (TNG)
Romulan commander and former instructor of military history at the Romulan Intelligence Academy. His main theme consisted of theories on the differences between the military and the Tal Shiar. He believed that military officers must trust one another to function. (The dialogue was unclear, but Konsab may have been Commander Toreth's father. She described him as an "idealistic old man" and a "devoted citizen who only tried to speak his mind". The Tal Shiar dragged him from his home in the middle of the night, and Toreth never saw him again.)
Kor John Colicos
James Doohan (Voice)
recurring Errand of Mercy (TOS),
The Time Trap (TAS),
Blood Oath, The Sword of Kahless, Once More unto the Breach (DS9)
The first named Klingon to appear in Star Trek, as an antagonist to Kirk. Commander Kor briefly ruled the planet Organia as its military governor. A few years later, Captain Kor's ship, the IKS Klothos, was lost in the Delta Triangle, but later escaped with help from the Enterprise. John Colicos reprised the role in three Deep Space Nine episodes, as an ally and friend of Jadzia and Ezri Dax. Dahar Master Kor was killed in glorious battle by acting as a decoy to hold off the Jem'Hadar while the rest of the Klingon fleet escapes ("Once More Unto the Breach"). James Doohan voiced the character in the animated episode.

In March 2019, SyFy rated the Kor as the 3rd greatest Klingon of the Star Trek franchise, behind only Worf and Martok.[9]

Korax Michael Pataki The Trouble with Tribbles (TOS)
Klingon first officer of the IKS Gro'th under Captain Koloth. He instigates the bar fight on Deep Space Station K-7 by taunting Montgomery Scott, first calling Captain Kirk a "tin-plated dictator with delusions of godhood", then calling the Enterprise a "sagging old rust bucket that's designed like a garbage scow". However, when he says that the Enterprise should be hauled away as garbage, Scotty throws the first punch.
Roger Korby Michael Strong What Are Little Girls Made Of? (TOS)
Deceased fiancé of Enterprise nurse Christine Chapel whose android replica contended with Captain Kirk on Exo III.
Korgano None Masks (TNG)
A masculine personality associated with Korgano's moon symbol and Korgano's silver mask. Captain Picard wears Korgano's mask and poses as Korgano to confront Masaka.[10][6][7][8]
Korrd Charles Cooper TFF
A fat Klingon general who fell out of favor with the High Command and ended up serving in the dishonorable role of Klingon consul to the "Planet of Galactic Peace", Nimbus III. In his younger, leaner days, Korrd was such a notable soldier that his military strategies were required reading at Starfleet Academy. On Nimbus III, he and his Federation and Romulan counterparts, St. John Talbot and Caithlin Dar, were taken hostage by Sybok's "Galactic Army of Light." Later, Spock convinced Korrd to use his authority and order Captain Klaa to destroy the alien creature on Sha Ka Ree and transport Captain Kirk to safety.
Korris Vaughn Armstrong Heart of Glory (TNG)
Klingon captain who, with Konmel and Kunivas, left the Klingon Defense Force to pursue a life in which he could live like a "true Klingon". In 2364, the trio stole the Talarian freighter Batris and subsequently destroyed the IKS T'Acog, which had been sent to retrieve them. After being rescued by the Enterprise-D, Korris and Konmel lied to Captain Jean-Luc Picard about the battle, but later revealed their true intentions to Lieutenant (j.g.) Worf. By then, Klingon commander K'near had apprised Picard of the Klingons' criminal status, so Picard detained them in the brig. They escaped, but Konmel was killed in the process. Korris fled to Main Engineering and held a makeshift phaser to the warp core, demanding to speak to Worf. His attempt to sway Worf to his cause failed, however, and Worf shot him dead.
Kortar Eric Pierpoint Barge of the Dead (VOY)
Reportedly the first Klingon who ever lived. Kortar and his mate destroyed the gods who created them; Kortar was condemned to be the pilot of the Barge of the Dead farrying dishonored Klingons to Gre'thor, the Klingon hell.
Koss Michael Reilly Burke Breaking the Ice (ENT)
recurring thereafter
Vulcan architect. T'Pol deferred her long-arranged marriage to Koss to continue her assignment aboard Enterprise. They finally wed three years later, but Koss later dissolved the marriage.
Amal Kotay Robert Beltran Workforce (VOY)
Alias used by Chakotay when infiltrating an industrial plant employing Voyager personnel living under implanted fabricated identities.
Koval John Fleck Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges (DS9)
Romulan chairman of the Tal Shiar in 2375. He had not been elevated to the Continuing Committee of the Romulan People, which is normally accorded to a person in his position, because of his opposition to the Romulan alliance with the Federation, which was supported by a majority on the committee. He was rumored to be ill with Tuvan syndrome, which may have been another reason why he had not been elevated to the Continuing Committee. Secretly, Koval had been providing critical military intelligence to the Federation for more than a year. He was Vice Admiral William J. Ross's guarantee that the Romulans would not make a deal with the Dominion.
Kozak John Lendale Bennett The House of Quark (DS9)
Klingon who accidentally died at Quark's bar. The financial assets of his House were being siphoned off by the Duras family by using Ferengi-like tactics.
Kras Tige Andrews Friday's Child (TOS)
A Klingon agent who was sent to negotiate mining rights to the rare mineral topaline on Capella IV. He threw in his lot with Maab, a Capellan warrior who soon led a coup against the High Teer, Akaar, and became the new leader of the Ten Tribes of Capella. After following Maab's war party into the mountains in pursuit of Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and Eleen, the widow of Akaar, Kras captured Eleen with a Starfleet hand phaser to force her to prove that she had killed the Enterprise landing party. Maab drew out Kras by making himself a target. When Kras vaporized Maab, another Capellan warrior, Keel, killed Kras with a kligat.[11]
Krelik None Prophecy (VOY)
A Klingon, mother of L'Naan, grandmother of Miral, great-grandmother of B'Elanna Torres.
Krell Ned Romero A Private Little War (TOS)
A Klingon agent who was sent to the planet Neural to upset the balance of power between the Villagers and the Hill People. He did this by supplying the Villagers with flintlocks, and every so often, he would return to provide "improvements" to Apella, leader of the Villagers. Krell also dispensed advice to Apella on how to deal with special situations, such as which Villager should be given a captured woman of the Hill People. With such teachings, Krell promised Apella a governorship in the Klingon Empire. When Kirk and McCoy discovered the flintlock "factory", Krell got himself punched out by the Enterprise captain and was heard from no more.
Kruge Christopher Lloyd SFS
Klingon commander of a Bird-of-Prey. His crew address him as "my lord", as do his ill-fated lover, Valkris, and Lt. Saavik. He receives a stolen summary of Project Genesis from Valkris and decides to act for the preservation of his race. He goes to the Genesis planet to learn the secret of the Genesis torpedo and secure for himself the "ultimate power". His gunner accidentally destroys the Federation science Starship Grissom, but Torg finds survivors on the surface. When the Enterprise arrives and scores a successful hit on Kruge's ship, he accepts Admiral Kirk's hail and threatens to execute one of the "hostages" on Genesis. That hostage ends up being Kirk's son, David Marcus, and in retribution, Kirk destroys the Enterprise while the bulk of Kruge's crew is aboard, intending to commandeer the starship. Later, Kirk and Kruge fight to the death on Genesis while the planet burns around them. Kruge loses.
K'Temoc Lance LeGault The Emissary (TNG)
Klingon captain of the IKS T'Ong, a K't'inga-class battle cruiser that was dispatched before 2290, when the Federation and the Klingon Empire were still exchanging hostilities. K'Temoc's mission was so crucial to the Klingon High Command that he and his crew were placed in cryogenic sleep for more than 75 years. In 2365, the Klingon High Command received an automated message from the T'Ong stating that it was returning home and was about to reach its "awakening point". K'Temoc had been given standing orders to fire on all Federation ships, which he carried out on encountering the Enterprise-D. However, he was tricked into lowering his shields and yielding command of the T'Ong to "Captain" Worf and "Commander" K'Ehleyr, who convinced K'Temoc that the "war" was over.
Kurn Tony Todd Sins of the Father (TNG) recurring thereafter, Sons of Mogh (DS9)
Younger brother of Worf and also a son of Mogh who was not on Khitomer when the Klingon colony was destroyed by the Romulans. Years later, as a member of the Klingon Defense Force, Commander Kurn participated in an officer-exchange program with Starfleet that landed him aboard the USS Enterprise-D and reunited him with Worf ("Sins of the Father"). More than a year later, Captain Kurn commands his own K'Vort-class bird-of-prey and sides with Gowron during the Klingon Civil War ("Redemption II"). More than four years later, a ruined Kurn appears on Starbase Deep Space 9 ("The Sons of Mogh") and asks Worf to kill him to restore his honor, which, along with his seat on the Klingon High Council and the House of Mogh's most valuable possessions, were stripped from him because Worf fought against Gowron during the chancellor's takeover of Cardassia Prime ("The Way of the Warrior").
Kunivas Robert Bauer Heart of Glory (TNG)
Klingon officer who, with Korris and Konmel, left the Klingon Defense Force to pursue a life in which he could live like a "true Klingon." In 2364, the trio stole the Talarian freighter Batris and subsequently destroyed the IKS T'Acog, which had been sent to retrieve them. Kunivas was critically injured in the battle and later died in the Enterprise-D sickbay.
Darlene Kursky Terry Farrell Far Beyond the Stars (DS9)
Secretary at a 1950s era science fiction magazine in a vision experienced by Benjamin Sisko
Kuvak John Rubinstein Awakening (ENT),
Kir'Shara (ENT)
Vulcan minister on the Vulcan High Command in 2154. He opposed the radicalism of Administrator V'Las and ultimately incapacitated him to stop a space battle between the Vulcan and Andorian militaries.
Kyle John Winston Tomorrow Is Yesterday (TOS) recurring thereafter, Beyond the Farthest Star (TAS) recurring thereafter,
In TOS, Kyle commonly appeared at the transporter controls. He was also seen as a helmsman (in a gold tunic) in "The Immunity Syndrome" and as a science specialist in "Who Mourns for Adonais?". In Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Commander Kyle served as communications officer aboard the USS Reliant under Captain Terrell.


Character Actor Episodes
Edward La Forge Ben Vereen Interface (TNG)
Starfleet commander and father of Geordi La Forge. He is a Ph.D. exozoologist.
Geordi La Forge LeVar Burton TNG, Timeless (VOY), GEN, FCT, INS, NEM
Chief engineer of the Enterprise-D, captain of the Galaxy-class USS Challenger in an alternate future
Silva La Forge Madge Sinclair Interface (TNG)
Starfleet captain and mother of Geordi La Forge. She commanded the USS Hera (NCC-62006), which disappeared without a trace. The life forms of Moriginy VII use her appearance to communicate with Geordi, who helps return them to the atmosphere where they live.
Lal Hallie Todd The Offspring (TNG)
Daughter of Data
Natima Lang Mary Crosby Profit and Loss (DS9)
Cardassian radical, the love of Quark's life
Larg (Hologram) Stephen Ralston Real Life (VOY)
Klingon friend of Jeffrey in the holographic family program modified by Torres.
Larg (Captain) Michael G. Hagerty Redemption II (TNG)
Klingon captain who supports the House of Duras's claim to the chancellorship during the Klingon Civil War of 2367–2368. Although he and Captain Kurn fight on opposite sides, they drink together in the First City on Qo'noS after battle.
Sam Lavelle Dan Gauthier Lower Decks (TNG)
Ensign and flight controller aboard the Enterprise-D. He is Canadian by heritage. He tests for the operations manager (ops) position on the Bridge, but believes that his friend, Ensign Sito Jaxa, is more qualified. After Sito is suddenly killed during a secret mission, Lavelle is promoted to lieutenant junior grade and wins the assignment to ops.
Leeta Chase Masterson Explorers (DS9)
recurring thereafter
Bajoran woman employed as a dabo girl in Quark's bar on DS9. She married Rom after a brief romance with Julian Bashir.
Robin Lefler Ashley Judd Darmok (TNG),
The Game (TNG)
Ensign aboard the Enterprise-D (engineering section) and friend of Wesley Crusher. Major character in Star Trek: New Frontier spinoff novels and in fan film project Star Trek: Hidden Frontier
Elizabeth Lense Bari Hochwald Explorers (DS9)
Valedictorian in Julian Bashir's Starfleet Medical School class, assigned Chief Medical Officer of the USS Lexington.
Leskit David Graf Soldiers of the Empire (DS9)
A Klingon, pilot of the IKS Rotarran when General Martok assumes command.
Leslie Eddie Paskey Where No Man Has Gone Before (TOS) recurring thereafter
Lieutenant Leslie wears many hats aboard the Enterprise, from security officer to relief helmsman to manning the bridge engineering station. Although he was killed in the second-season episode "Obsession", he was apparently revived, and went on to appear in several subsequent episodes.
Janice Lester Sandra Smith Turnabout Intruder (TOS)
Former lover of Kirk, who temporarily swapped bodies with him.
Li Nalas Richard Beymer The Homecoming, The Circle, The Siege (DS9)
Bajoran resistance fighter who became a hero of mythological proportions after accidentally killing a Cardassian soldier
Abraham Lincoln Lee Bergere The Savage Curtain (TOS)
Alien creature faithfully masquerading as American President Abraham Lincoln
Linnis Jessica Collins Before and After (VOY)
Daughter of Tom Paris and Kes, and mother of Andrew, in an alternate timeline.
L'Naan None Prophecy (VOY)
A Klingon, daughter of Krelik, mother of Miral, grandmother of B'Elanna Torres
Nicholas Locarno Robert Duncan McNeill The First Duty (TNG)
Classmate of Wesley Crusher's at Starfleet Academy.
Locutus Patrick Stewart The Best of Both Worlds (TNG),
Emissary (DS9),
Drone within the Borg Collective made using the body of Captain Picard
Logan Vyto Ruginis The Arsenal of Freedom (TNG)
Chief Engineer of the Enterprise-D, later succeeded by Geordi La Forge
Gabriel Lorca Jason Isaacs DSC
Captain of the USS Discovery, major character in Star Trek: Discovery.
Lore Brent Spiner Datalore (TNG) recurring thereafter
"Evil twin brother" of Commander Data
Lori Ciana Susan J. Sullivan TMP
Starfleet officer who was killed during a transporter malfunction while beaming up to the Enterprise. Commander Sonak died in the same accident.

Noncanon:(?) In the TMP novelization by Gene Roddenberry, Ciana was a vice admiral and part of Commanding Admiral Nogura's inner staff. Her assignment was as xenopsychologist to nonhuman species in Starfleet Command, and she also served as Nogura's personal representative to the "new human" groups on Earth. She was a last-minute addition to the Enterprise crew, which needed an officer trained in her xenopsychiatric specialty. Her death was a terrific blow to James T. Kirk, with whom she had lived for one year after the Enterprise's five-year mission.

Loskene Barbara Babcock (Voice) The Tholian Web (TOS)
Tholian commander who catches the Enterprise "trespassing in a territorial annex of the Tholian Assembly", where the USS Defiant (NCC-1764) disappeared into an area of spatial interphase. Loskene agrees to wait for 1 hour and 53 minutes while the Enterprise effects rescue operations. However, when that time elapses, he attacks the Enterprise and later joins with another Tholian ship to create an "energy web" around the Enterprise.
Lovok Leland Orser The Die Is Cast (DS9)
A Founder disguised as a Romulan Tal Shiar colonel in 2371. He was in command of Enabran Tain's flagship Warbird. When the Obsidian Order and the Tal Shiar began their attack on the Founders' homeworld, Lovok gave Odo and Elim Garak access to their Runabout to escape, because "no changeling has ever harmed another". He offered Odo the chance to go with him and become one with the Great Link, but Odo declined. Lovok was beamed away by a Jem'Hadar transporter.
Phillipa Louvois Amanda McBroom The Measure of a Man (TNG)
Starfleet captain and Judge Advocate General at Starbase 173. She prosecuted Captain Jean-Luc Picard after the loss of the Stargazer (NCC-2893).
Lumba Armin Shimerman Profit and Lace (DS9)
Name of Quark's persona while pretending to be a Ferengi female
Lursa Barbara March Redemption, Part I (TNG) recurring thereafter,
Past Prologue (DS9),
One of the sisters of Duras.

Time magazine rated Lursa and B'Etor, 2nd best villains of the Star Trek franchise in 2016.[12]

Lutan Jessie Lawrence Ferguson Code of Honor (TNG)
Planetary ruler who became enamored of Tasha Yar


Character Actor Episodes
M-113 Creature Sandra Gimpel The Man Trap (TOS)
A creature native to planet M-113 that feeds off of salt and has the ability to project the appearance of anyone it wishes.
Kieran MacDuff Erich Anderson Conundrum (TNG)
A Satarran operative who effected mass-amnesia against the Enterprise-D crew, infiltrated the ship and posed as first officer. His objective was to use the starship's powerful weapons to attack his people's enemy, the Lysian Alliance, and completely destroy them. His plan is foiled when Worf refuses to fire the killing blow against the Lysians' Central Command station.
Albert Macklin Colm Meaney Far Beyond the Stars (DS9)
A writer for a 1950s era science fiction magazine in a vision experienced by Benjamin Sisko
Mallora Tucker Smallwood The Xindi (ENT)
recurring thereafter
Black Primate representative on the Xindi Council, friend of Degra; became an ally to the humans
Bruce Maddox Brian Brophy (TNG), John Ales (PIC) The Measure of a Man (TNG)
Stardust City Rag (PIC)
Starfleet commander and scientist who had opposed Data's entry into Starfleet on the grounds that Data "is not alive"; later tried and failed to have Data assigned to him for dis-assembly and research then started receiving self-evaluation reports from Data (cf. "Data's Day"). The backstory of Star Trek: Picard reveals that Maddox attempted to reconstruct Data's positronic brain, resulting in the creation of Dahj and Soji. Following the attack on Mars and subsequent banning of synthetics, Maddox disappeared, and by the time of the series his whereabouts are still unknown, until Raffi Musiker tracks him to a place called Freecloud. Once Maddox is retrieved, he tells Picard that he sent Dahj and Soji to find the true reason behind the ban on synthetics and is subsequently murdered by his own colleague Dr. Agnes Jurati, who had overheard his conversation with Picard.
Madred David Warner Chain of Command (TNG)
Cardassian gul and torturer of a captured Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Maltz John Larroquette SFS
Klingon officer who remains aboard his Bird-of-Prey while Commander Kruge beams down to the Genesis planet to wrest its secrets from Admiral Kirk. Maltz beams up the rest of the former Enterprise's crew while Kirk and Kruge fight to the death. Kirk, victorious, tricks Maltz into beaming him (and Spock) aboard before the Genesis planet destroys itself. Kirk enters the Bridge and takes Maltz prisoner at phaser-point, promising to "kill" him later for not piloting the Bird-of-Prey away from Genesis. Maltz may have been Kruge's tactical officer, as he counted down the kellicams before the Bird-of-Prey came within firing range of the Enterprise.
Mara Susan Howard Day of the Dove (TOS)
Klingon science officer and wife of Kang. She is evacuated from his wrecked ship to the Enterprise and fears for how all Klingon survivors will be treated at Federation hands. Her concerns seem to be well-founded when Ensign Chekov takes out her bodyguard and then begins assaulting her. Kirk and Spock rescue her, and then show her firsthand evidence of the alien "entity" that has invaded the Enterprise and pitted Starfleet officers and Klingons against each other. She explains to Kirk that her people are hunters because there are poor planets in the Klingon system, and they must push outward to survive. She brokers a meeting between Kang and Kirk, which eventually leads to a truce. With "good spirits" from both parties, the alien entity flees the Enterprise.
Marayna Sandra Nelson Alter Ego (VOY)
Operator of a station inside an inversion nebula. When Voyager passed by, she created a human version of herself in Neelix's holographic resort program
Kila Marr Ellen Geer Silicon Avatar (TNG)
Xenologist dedicated to the study of the Crystalline Entity. After the entity destroyed all life on the Omicron Theta science colony, including her son, in 2338 she became obsessed. When the Enterprise-D encountered the entity in the episode Silicon Avatar in the year 2368 she shattered it with high intensity energy waves.
Carol Marcus Bibi Besch
Alice Eve
Daughter of Admiral Alexander Marcus, Inventor of the Genesis Device, mother of Kirk's only known son.
David Marcus Merritt Butrick WOK, SFS
Son of James T. Kirk and Carol Marcus. Worked on developing the Genesis Device. Killed by Klingons on the Genesis planet.
Mardah Jill Sayre The Abandoned (DS9)
Bajoran Dabo girl dated by Jake Sisko, mentioned in various episodes.
Aamin Marritza Harris Yulin Duet (DS9)
Impersonated Gul Darhe'el to atone for Cardassian war crimes
Angela Martine Barbara Baldavin Balance of Terror (TOS),
Shore Leave (TOS),
Turnabout Intruder (TOS)
Martine first appears in "Balance of Terror" as a fire control specialist. Her wedding to Lieutenant Robert Tomlinson is postponed when the Enterprise receives a distress call from outposts being attacked by Romulans. The character later appears in "Shore Leave" as part of the landing party, and the communications officer in "Turnabout Intruder".
Martis Rachael Harris Before and After (VOY)
Mother of Kes, wife of Benaren.
Martok J. G. Hertzler The Way of the Warrior (DS9), recurring thereafter
Klingon general, commander of Klingon Defence Forces in the Bajoran sector, later supreme commander of Klingon forces, Chancellor at the end. Blood-brother of Worf, husband of Sirella and father of Drex.
Masaka None Masks (TNG)
A feminine personality and queen associated with Masaka's sun symbol and Masaka's mask. According to a legend recounted by Data as Ihat, she chopped up her father and used his bones to make the world. Data assumes the personality of Masaka, puts on Masaka's mask and sits down upon the golden throne in Masaka's temple. Captain Picard poses as Korgano to confront Masaka.[13][6][7][8]
Benjamin Maxwell Bob Gunton The Wounded (TNG)
One-time captain of Miles O'Brien aboard the USS Rutledge, then captain of the USS Phoenix who attempts an un-authorized mission to expose Cardassian military activity masquerading as scientific research

In 2016, the character was ranked as the 94th most important character in service to Starfleet within the Star Trek science fiction universe by Wired magazine.[14]

Martus Mazur Chris Sarandon Rivals (DS9)
El-Aurian who promoted gambling device that turned out to have strange effects on quantum probability
Dr. M'Benga Booker Bradshaw A Private Little War (TOS) recurring thereafter
M'Benga, a doctor aboard the USS Enterprise. The character interned on Vulcan, and is skilled at treating them.
Leonard McCoy DeForest Kelley
Karl Urban
TOS, TAS, TMP, WOK, SFS, TVH, TFF, TUC, Encounter at Farpoint (TNG), ST09, STID, STB
Chief Medical Officer of the USS Enterprise and Enterprise-A under Captain Kirk.
Marla McGivers Madlyn Rhue Space Seed (TOS)
Starfleet lieutenant serving aboard Kirk's Enterprise, joined Khan Noonien Singh
Mendak Alan Scarfe Data's Day (TNG)
Romulan admiral who commands two Warbirds. His flagship, the IRW Devoras, "rescues" Subcommander Selok after her long masquerade within the Federation as Vulcan ambassador T'Pel. When Picard pursues the matter of T'Pel's "death" in a transporter accident, Mendak menacingly warns him to drop it before another "accident" happens.
Jose I. Mendez Malachi Throne The Menagerie (TOS)
Starfleet commodore assigned to Starbase 11. Although he wears a gold tunic, he is never explicitly identified as base commander. However, it's possible he may be the head of Starbase Operations. He certified Kirk to read the "eyes only" Starfleet Command account of the first Earth ship (the Enterprise) to visit Talos IV, which spawned General Order 7 and forbade any further contact with the planet and its inhabitants – on penalty of death. When Spock steals the Enterprise and heads for the Talos Star Group, Kirk and Mendez pursue in the Shuttlecraft Picasso ... except that Mendez really isn't there at all, or later aboard the Enterprise during the court-martial of Spock. In reality, it was the Keeper of Talos IV who created the illusion of Mendez, while the real commodore remained behind on Starbase 11. In the end, the "real" Mendez suspends General Order 7 on that occasion, thus saving the lives of everyone aboard the Enterprise.
Ki Mendrossen William Denis Sarek (TNG)
Assistant to Ambassador Sarek for the Legaran negotiations
Mila Julianna McCarthy Improbable Cause (DS9),
The Dogs of War (DS9),
What You Leave Behind (DS9)
Enabran Tain's housekeeper and confidant for several decades. Later helps Damar and his resistance cell to hide.
Minuet Carolyn McCormick 11001001 (TNG) recurring thereafter
Riker's holodeck fantasy woman, created by the Bynars and reproduced by Barash
Miral Karen Austin Barge of the Dead (VOY)
A Klingon, daughter of L'Naan and granddaughter of Krelik, mother of B'Elanna Torres, former wife of John Torres and namesake of Miral Paris.
Korenna Mirell Eve H. Brenner Remember (VOY)
Enaran woman in a star-crossed romance with a primitive regressive. She eventually passed on the memories of the genocide of the regressives to B'Elanna Torres.
Miri Kim Darby Miri (TOS)
Inhabitant of an Earth-like planet, apparently a teen-aged girl with a crush on Captain Kirk, but actually a centuries-old near-victim of an ancient virus.
Mirok Thomas Kopache The Next Phase (TNG)
Romulan science officer who was working on a new "interphase generator" when a serious accident crippled his ship. The Enterprise-D responds to his distress signal and assists in constructing a new engine core for the Romulan ship, but Mirok plans on destroying the Enterprise with a muon feedback wave because Data stumbles onto his interphase experiment.
Gary Mitchell Gary Lockwood Where No Man Has Gone Before (TOS)
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men (mini-series)
Starfleet lieutenant commander and ship's navigator. He and James T. Kirk have been friends since he joined the service, and Kirk asked for Mitchell aboard his first command. At Starfleet Academy, he remembers "Lieutenant" Kirk as being "a stack of books with legs," and that "in his class, you either think or sink." Mitchell also "aimed a little blonde lab technician" at Kirk, who almost married her. Later, on the planet Dimorus, Mitchell almost died from a poisoned dart thrown by "rodent things" who were aiming for Kirk. In 2265 aboard the Enterprise, Mitchell is "zapped" by the Galactic Barrier, which turns his eyes glowing silver and grants him enhanced ESP powers. As he grows stronger, he becomes a danger to the ship and crew, so Kirk is forced to maroon him on the planet Delta Vega. Mitchell doesn't go quietly, however, and Kirk is forced to kill him on the planet's surface.
Mogh None Sins of the Father (TNG)
Father of Worf and Kurn. Accused by Duras of betraying the Klingon colony on Khitomer to the Romulans, when the betrayal was committed by Duras' father, Ja'rod. Worf nevertheless accepted discommendation for his father's "crime" to prevent a Klingon civil war.
Mora Pol James Sloyan The Begotten (DS9),
The Alternate (DS9)
Doctor at the Bajoran Center for Science, who was assigned to study the Changeling who would become known as Odo. As such, later functions as an expert on Changelings during the Dominion War.
James Moriarty Daniel Davis Elementary, Dear Data (TNG)
Ship in a Bottle (TNG)
Character created by Arthur Conan Doyle, becomes sentient in the holodeck.
Morka Ray Young 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. After Morka is caught and detained in the brig, he promises that his family will kill Odo for treating him so dishonorably.
Morn Mark Allen Shepherd Emissary (DS9)
recurring thereafter
Birthright, Part 1 (TNG), Caretaker, Part 1 (VOY)
Regular at Quark's bar, known around the station for talking people's ears off, but never seen or heard talking on screen.
Morrow Robert Hooks SFS
Starfleet admiral who was designated the "Starfleet Commander" in 2285. He boarded the Enterprise for inspection on her return to Spacedock. He awarded Starfleet's highest commendations to the entire crew for their extraordinary service during the battle with Khan. He also promoted Scotty to "captain of engineering" and reassigned him to the USS Excelsior NX-2000. In addition, he announced that the Enterprise would be decommissioned, thereby denying Kirk the opportunity to take her back to the Genesis planet. Later, when Kirk pressed the issue and explained that Spock's katra must be reunited with his body, Morrow cautioned him against "intellectual chaos" and implored him to remain rational, lest he lose everything and destroy himself. (Noncanon: In the movie novelization, Morrow's first name is "Harry".)
Crell Moset David Clennon Nothing Human (VOY)
Cardassian doctor, cured the Fostossa virus by experimenting on Bajorans. When B'Elanna Torres was invaded by a cytoplasmic lifeform, the Voyager EMH was assisted by a holographic reproduction of Dr. Moset, and the procedure was a success. But because Maquis crewmembers objected to Dr. Moset, the EMH decided to delete the program.
Harcourt Fenton ("Harry") Mudd Roger C. Carmel, Rainn Wilson Mudd's Women (TOS), I, Mudd (TOS), Mudd's Passion (TAS), Choose Your Pain (DIS), Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad (DIS)
Con-man/rascal first picked up by the Enterprise while trafficking beauty-placebo-infused bought-brides, and later encountered while under the control of a planet of androids.

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  6. ^ a b c "Masks". 9 November 2017.
  7. ^ a b c "Star Trek: The Next Generation Rewatch: "Masks"". 1 March 2013.
  8. ^ a b c "The Next Generation Transcripts - Masks".
  9. ^ Silliman, Brian (2019-03-07). "It is a good day to die: Ranking the top ten Klingons in all of Star Trek". SYFY WIRE. Retrieved 2019-03-11.
  10. ^ "STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION "Masks"". Star Trek Minutiae: Exploring the Details of Science Fiction. Retrieved 11 February 2018. You're going to pose as Korgano.
  11. ^ Production Notes: Although the name "Kras" comes from the shooting script, the character is never referred to as anything other than "Klingon".
  12. ^ "Star Trek's 10 Most Villainous Villains". Time. Retrieved 2019-04-17.
  13. ^ "STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION "Masks"". Star Trek Minutiae: Exploring the Details of Science Fiction. Retrieved 11 February 2018. Data/Masaka reacts as Picard approaches -- he is wearing the Korgano mask. For the first time, we see a real reaction from Data/Masaka -- she's shocked at the sight.
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