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The following is a list of unnamed Humans from the 24th century.

Unnamed Humans who were members of Starfleet will be listed at the lists of Starfleet personnel.

Antwerp Conference attendees Edit

Arbitrator Edit

Human Federation arbitrator, 2378

A Federation arbitrator

This arbitrator was a Federation official who presided over a legal dispute between holonovel publisher Ardon Broht and The Doctor in 2378 after Broht published The Doctor's holonovel Photons Be Free despite having agreed to hold off until The Doctor completed a revision. Broht argued that, as a hologram, The Doctor had no legal right to contest his actions. Though the arbitrator was unwilling to make any sort of legal ruling as to the rights of holograms, he did rule that Broht had breached the contract and ordered him to withdraw the holonovel from circulation. (VOY: "Author, Author")

The arbitrator was played by Joseph Campanella.


Aster's aunt and uncle Edit

Jeremy Aster's aunt and uncle were his only living relatives after the death of his mother, Marla Aster. (TNG: "The Bonding")

These relatives were only mentioned in dialogue.


Avery III prisoners Edit

Ayala's sons Edit

Lieutenant Ayala was separated from his sons as a result of USS Voyager's exile to the Delta Quadrant, and missed them terribly.

In 2372, Captain Kathryn Janeway tried to convince Neelix of his usefulness on Voyager, saying she didn't know how Ayala would handle being separated from the boys without the Talaxian's help. Neelix then expressed his wish that he could do more for the lieutenant. (VOY: "Initiations")

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.

Bajor's admission delegates Edit

These two civilian delegates joined, among others, five Starfleet admirals, in attending the abortive ceremony meant to admit their homeworld into the Federation in 2373. One sat at a table in Deep Space 9's wardroom, with a pen and paper document, awaiting his signature, while the other stood off to the side.

Moments after the ceremony began, several of them showed concern when Benjamin Sisko entered the wardroom and collapsed after warning Bajor not to continue the admissions process. (DS9: "Rapture")

Baby in Data's memory Edit

Psychotronic stability examination 5

A Human baby

This infant was one of the events and persons Lieutenant Commander Data witnessed during his psychotronic stability examination in 2365. (TNG: "The Schizoid Man")

This baby was played by an unknown performer.


Beach goers Edit

Beach, Inside Man

Beach goers

Beach goers where Deanna Troi was relaxing in the sun on Earth. (VOY: "Inside Man")

The beach goers were played by unknown performers.


Bergan's mother Edit

Seven as Bergan's mother

Seven as Gregory Bergan's mother

This woman was the mother of Lieutenant Gregory Bergan. She was supposed to meet her son at Wolf 359, but was hindered by the Borg attack. Her ship was so badly damaged that everyone had to leave in escape pods. At one point, she hadn't heard from him in three days.

In 2375, Seven of Nine manifested her personality and relayed this information to Captain Kathryn Janeway, asking her if she could check with Starfleet Headquarters for news on her son. Janeway agreed in order to not antagonize Seven further. The grateful woman thanked Janeway, asking her to tell Bergan that his mother was alright. She was about to make another request for him to do something, but was interrupted by Seven's real personality re-asserting itself. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Bilby's children Edit

Bilby family

The Bilby children with their mother

These children belonged to Liam Bilby and his wife Morica Bilby. They lived in New Sydney with their mother. (DS9: "Honor Among Thieves")

They were portrayed by unknown performers.


Bobruisk transporter operator Edit

This female individual operated the transporter at the Earth Station Bobruisk in 2367 and contacted Chief Miles O'Brien that year, informing him that Helena and Sergey Rozhenko were ready to be beamed aboard the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Family")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actress.


Brianon's father Edit

The father of Kareen Brianon died when she was very young. After his death, she went to live with Doctor Ira Graves. (TNG: "The Schizoid Man")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Carey's family Edit

Wife Edit

This woman was the wife of Joseph Carey, with whom he had two sons. (VOY: "Prime Factors") In 2378, he told Tom Paris that while pregnant (like B'Elanna Torres was at the time) she didn't wish to be coddled either. (VOY: "Friendship One")

This woman was only mentioned in dialogue.
Two Voyager short stories, "The Ones Left Behind" and "Widow's Walk", give her the name "Anne Carey", while "Letting Go" names her "Abhaya Parekh". The Starship Creator video game calls her "Dina Carey".


Two sons Edit

These children were Joseph Carey's sons. In 2371, he expressed his wish that they not grow up without a father. (VOY: "Prime Factors")

These children were only mentioned in dialogue.
A Voyager short story, "The Ones Left Behind" gives their names as "JJ" and "Patrick", while "Letting Go" names them "Devraj" and Michael". The Starship Creator video game calls them "John" and "Josh".


Castillo's family Edit

After arriving in 2366 from 2344, Richard Castillo dreaded the thought of never seeing his family again. Natasha Yar then raised the possibility that they might still be alive. Castillo acknowledged that they might be, but wondered if he'd even recognize them after twenty two years. (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

This family was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mother Edit

According to Castillo, his mother called him "Richard". (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Cestus III inhabitants Edit

Chakotay's family Edit

Cousin Edit

In 2374, when Voyager used the Hirogen communications network to contact the Alpha Quadrant, Chakotay wrote a letter to his cousin in Ohio. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Grandfather(s) Edit

Chakotays grandfather

Illusion of grandfather

Chakotay's grandfather was an elderly man who refused to take his medicine and Chakotay looked after him when he was young. Chakotay called him an "old crazy man" and learned from The Doctor that he suffered from hallucinations caused by an inherited defective gene. An illusion of his grandfather appeared to Chakotay while experiencing a "vision quest" in 2375. (VOY: "The Fight")

Chakotay also spoke of a grandfather who "used to think he could transform himself into a wolf so that he could venture out to explore the spirit realm." Chakotay used it to describe the symbolism of what was contained in the events his grandfather thought was real, which Chakotay explained that "it [didn't] mean he grew hair all over his body and walked around on all fours." (VOY: "Barge of the Dead")

The illusion of Chakotay's grandfather was played by Ned Romero.


Mother Edit

Chakotay's mother was the wife of Kolopak.

When Chakotay was born, his father considered him a "contrary" from the beginning because he had come out of his mother "upside down". (VOY: "Tattoo")

While rubbing Kathryn Janeway's sore neck in 2372, he recalled doing so for his mother, as she frequently suffered from neck pain. He was the only person she believed would not aggravate her discomfort further. (VOY: "Resolutions")

When Chakotay went on a vision quest to confer with his father, where he explained that he had just learned that he had a son that was born without his consent, Kolopak didn't quite understand how such a thing could happen, stating, "Well, it's been a long time, so forgive me, but it seems that I had to play a part before your mother could conceive." (VOY: "Basics, Part I")

She taught him the science behind vision quests, something which disappointed him, as by doing so, she had dispelled the mysterious nature of the ritual. (VOY: "Sacred Ground")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
The Voyager novels give her the name Tananka.


Sister Edit

In 2378, when Voyager achieved two-way communication with the Alpha Quadrant, Chakotay intended to call his sister with his share of uninterrupted comm time. (VOY: "Author, Author")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
She is presumably the daughter of Kolopak.
In the Voyager relaunch novels, Chakotay's sister is named Sekaya (β), and is the spiritual leader of his tribe.


Chez Sandrine visitors Edit

Children on field trip Edit

These five children visited the Starfleet Headquarters in San Francisco on Earth in 2377 and asked questions to Commander Pete Harkins and Reginald Barclay. (VOY: "Inside Man")

Four children were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Collins' father Edit

Dorian Collins' father was an inhabitant of Luna. Once a month, he and his daughter would hike to the Sea of Clouds and watch Sol rise over the moon. (DS9: "Valiant")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Contact juggler Edit

Human contact juggler

A contact juggler

This contact juggler visited Deep Space 9 in 2371 to entertain the people during the Bajoran Gratitude Festival, held on the station for the third time. He was seen juggling with two golden balls and doing a body roll across his chest with a full weight bowling ball in another scene. (DS9: "Fascination")

This juggler was played by background artist Thomas Wood, who received no credit for his appearance.


Cusak's sisters Edit

These women were both teachers and the sisters of Lisa Cusak. When speaking to Julian Bashir in 2371 (her) and 2374 (him), she mentioned this and said she didn't know how they could stand it, as she herself didn't care for children.

Once, one of her sisters served on the same starbase as her, a situation Cusak described as a nightmare. She related this to Benjamin Sisko, assuring him that most people couldn't mix their personal and professional lives. (DS9: "The Sound of Her Voice")

These women were only mentioned in dialogue.

Darwin's sisters Edit

These sisters of Frank Darwin survived him after his murder in 2372. When Kathryn Janeway suggested that his killer, Lon Suder, be confined to quarters with maximum security confinement, not executed as Tuvok wished, she felt it was the best they could do. Tuvok believed Darwin's sisters would disagree. (VOY: "Meld")

These sisters were only mentioned in dialogue.

Delon's father Edit

This Human male was the father of Palis Delon, and the administrator of a medical complex located in Paris. He once offered Julian Bashir a position there, but Bashir declined rather than leave Starfleet. (DS9: "Armageddon Game")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


D'Sora's family Edit

The family of Jenna D'Sora consisted of Jenna, her father, mother, and younger brother. After her father's death, the surviving family spent little time together as a family. Jenna recalled in particular the cookouts they'd have in the summer, just the three of them. Despite her mother's ineptness with the replicator, the children didn't seem to mind the taste of the food.

When D'Sora related this story to Data in 2367, he suggested it may have been due to the fact that children often did not have as discerning a palate until after their adolescence. She corrected him, saying it was being together that was important, not the way the food tasted, and expressed her longing to return to those days with him. (TNG: "In Theory")

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.
According to her personnel file on the video game Star Trek: Starship Creator, the father, mother and brother are named Patrick, Gwen, and Luke D'Sora, respectively.

Federation Archaeology Council members Edit

These seven Humans were members of the Federation Archaeology Council in 2367. They attended a symposium aboard the Enterprise-D, Captain Picard's lecture and the banquet in Ten Forward. Among these individuals were McFarland, Switzer and Klarc-Tarn-Droth. (TNG: "Qpid")

According to the call sheet all seven members were Humans. The actors filmed their scenes on Friday 8 February 1991 on Paramount Stage 8. The two last pictured actors were played by background actors with the last names R. Bruce and Crow.
John Copage's costume was previously worn by Rudolph Willrich as Reittan Grax in the episode "Ménage à Troi" and his sash by Nancy Parsons as Marouk in the episode "The Vengeance Factor", the robe of the second to last pictured actor was previously worn by Nehemiah Persoff as Palor Toff in the episode "The Most Toys", and the suit of the last pictured actor was previously worn by Craig Richard Nelson as Krag in the episode "A Matter of Perspective".
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the name Van Orton to the council member played by David B. Maccabee. His face was digitally altered on the card.


Frazier's family Edit

Grandfather Edit

Riley Frazier and her grandfather

Riley running to her grandfather

The grandfather of Riley Frazier was a Human male who often picked bluebonnet flowers together with his granddaughter when she was a child during the early half of 24th century. He carried a walking stick. (VOY: "Unity")

He was played by an unknown actor.


Mother Edit

The mother of Riley Frazier was a Human female was known for her famous Texas barbecue. After Riley was freed from the Borg Collective, she had recurring dreams of her mother's barbecue. (VOY: "Unity")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Galen's children Edit

As of 2369, none of the children of archaeologist Richard Galen had followed in their father's footsteps, prompting him to consider Jean-Luc Picard to be like a son. (TNG: "The Chase")

Gilmore's nephew Edit

This boy was the nephew of Marla Gilmore. AS of 2375, he was a teenager. She hadn't seen him since he was Naomi Wildman's current age and doubted she'd recognize him now. Chakotay assured her she'd see him again. (VOY: "Equinox")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
According to the short story "Bottomless", his name was Aidan.


Guides Edit

These two guides accompanied Kolopak, Chakotay, and Antonio on an expedition into the Central American rainforest to find the descendants of the Rubber Tree People in 2344. (VOY: "Tattoo")

Harkins' cousin Edit

Peter Harkins' cousin owned a beach house in Malaysia.

In 2377, he assured Reginald Barclay that she'd be happy to lend it to him, but Barclay declined the offer. (VOY: "Inside Man")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Harren's mother Edit

Mortimer Harren's mother never called him "Mortimer". He mentioned this in 2376 after Captain Kathryn Janeway, asking if he wanted something to eat, used his first name. (VOY: "Good Shepherd")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Hickman's family Edit

Paul Hickman was married with two children. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Hutchinson's parents Edit

As of 2369, Calvin Hutchinson had not forgiven his parents for naming him "Calvin", which he considered a terrible name. (TNG: "Starship Mine")

These parents were only mentioned in dialogue.

Ilario's siblings Edit

This family of Hector Ilario included at least five siblings, brothers and sisters - two of one kind and three of the other. (DS9: "Field of Fire")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Ishikawa's grandmother Edit

Keikos flashback

The hand of Keiko's grandmother

This woman was the grandmother of Keiko Ishikawa, the future Mrs. Keiko O'Brien.

As a child, Keiko helped her grandmother, whom she called obachan bringing and placing fresh water for her ink brush on a table. Her grandmother painted pictures of Japanese brush writing and calligraphy.

In 2368 Keiko remembered her grandmother and experienced flashbacks during a telepathic memory retrieval by the Ullian researcher Tarmin. (TNG: "Violations")

Though not stated, this woman would be the mother of either Keiko's father, Hiro Ishikawa, or Keiko's mother, Mrs. Ishikawa.
Keiko's grandmother was portrayed by actress Bo Ching who received no credit for this appearance.
She filmed her scenes involving her hand on Monday 25 November 1991 on Paramount Stage 8, as part of the second unit inserts shooting team. The call sheet listed her as "P.D. Woman", p.d. for photo double.


Janeway's family Edit

Grandfather Edit

Kathryn Janeway's grandfather used to make Kathryn Welsh rarebit when she was a child. Quinn revealed this fact to Janeway after preparing it for her as a thank you for freeing him from his imprisonment. (VOY: "Death Wish")

This man was only mentioned in dialogue.


Grandmother Edit

Kathryn Janeway's grandmother used to make vegetable biryani. In 2375, Kathryn programmed her replicator to create the same dish. (VOY: "Timeless")

This woman was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mother Edit

Kathryn Janeway's mother outlived her husband, who died sometime prior to 2358. An alien posing as his ghost said that he had gone back after his death to see her and his daughters. (VOY: "Coda") She was still alive in 2378. (VOY: "Author, Author")

This woman was only mentioned in dialogue.
The novel Mosaic gives her the name Gretchen Janeway (β).


Sister Edit

Kathryn Janeway's sister, and daughter to vice admiral Janeway, helped Kathryn "deal with the real world" after the death of their father. She was who Kathryn would turn to when she would wake up and feel that their father was in the room with her. (VOY: "Coda") She was the artist in the family, while Kathryn was the scientist. (VOY: "Sacred Ground")

This woman was only mentioned in dialogue.
The novel Mosaic states that her name is Phoebe, and that she is four years younger than Kathryn.
In the second novel in the String Theory trilogy, a Nacene attempts to infiltrate the crew by altering their memories to create the illusion that she is Phoebe Janeway, who accompanied Voyager on its first mission to do a portrait of the Badlands and was caught in the transfer to the Delta Quadrant. However, although she is able to alter the memories and even computer logs of the crew, her deception is exposed as she cannot alter the memories or perceptions of Naomi Wildman or Harry Kim due to their origin from the duplicate ship (VOY: "Deadlock") and she was required to activate a back-up module of the original EMH as The Doctor was too sophisticated for her to be comfortable 'reprogramming' him.


Jaresh-Inyo's advisors Edit

Jaresh-Inyos advisors

Jaresh-Inyo's advisors

In 2372, during a blackout on Earth, Federation President Jaresh-Inyo consulted with these five Human advisors, when he was interrupted by Captain Benjamin Sisko, Odo, and Admiral Leyton who beamed into his office. (DS9: "Homefront")

These five Humans were portrayed by unknown performers.


Jellico's son Edit

This child was Captain Edward Jellico's son. In 2369, he gave his father a drawing of what the captain presumed was an elephant. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I")

This child was never seen, only referenced. The 1998 video game Star Trek: Starship Creator gives his name as Franklin Paul Jellico, and his birth year as 2361, making him 7 or 8 at the time of the TNG episode.


K'Ehleyr's mother Edit

This Human female was in a romantic relationship with a Klingon male. Their child was K'Ehleyr. K'Ehleyr believed she had inherited her mother's sense of humor, which had gotten her into trouble. Her mother was deceased by 2365. (TNG: "The Emissary")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Maryl's familyEdit

Mother Edit

This woman was Maryl's mother. Sometime before 2375, Maryl pleaded with her mother not to leave her with the scary Borg.

That year, while attempting to stabilise Seven of Nine's neural pattern via a mind meld, Tuvok saw and heard Maryl crying for her mother. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Twelve brothers Edit

These brothers were the brothers of Maryl. Nine of them were older than her and three were younger. One of them studied "too much", in Maryl's opinion. They often played Kadis-kot together. In 2375, Seven of Nine told Naomi Wildman about them while manifesting Maryl's personality under the influence of the vinculum. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

These individuals were only mentioned in dialogue.


Medical Big Shot Edit

MedicalBigShot

A medical "Big Shot"

This Human male was a senior official from the Federation Medical Council who announced the winner of the Federation's prestigious 2371 Carrington Award, Dr. Henri Roget. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The big shot was played by Bennet Guillory. The "Medical Big Shot" was referred to as such in the credits at the end of the episode.


Norkova personnel Edit

Nova Squadron parents Edit

Four parents of members of the Nova Squadron attended the hearings held by superintendent Admiral Brand. Two of them previously attended a briefing that followed the accidental death of cadet Joshua Albert in 2368. (TNG: "The First Duty")

All four parents were played by background performers and are listed as "Parents" on the call sheets of the episodes. According to these call sheets there were six background talents portraying these parents, Jacquelyn Masche, D. Wayman, S. Halm, R. Torre, J. Elliot, and R. Bruce, but only four appeared in the final episode.
It is unclear who are their children, but the only possibilities are Nicholas Locarno and Jean Hajar. The script identifies them as "N.D. PARENTS".


O'Brien's family Edit

Brothers Edit

When Constable Odo is questioning Quark at an airlock with Chief O'Brien, Quark asks whether he has a Brother, which He surmise he has two. He further mentions that saying goodbye to them when he left for Starfleet put a tear to his eye. (DS9: "Invasive Procedures")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Cousin Edit

While listening in 2374 to a stranded Lisa Cusak speak of her family and her home in 2371, Miles O'Brien was reminded of his cousin. (DS9: "The Sound of Her Voice")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mother Edit

Miles O'Brien's mother was Michael O'Brien's first wife, and mother of two other sons. She died in 2368.

In 2370, when O'Brien was replaced by an Paradan replicant of Miles O'Brien, who included all his memories, this fact was known to all the crew aboard Deep Space 9 except "O'Brien" himself. During this time, he was given a physical by Doctor Julian Bashir, who, during the physical, he tested the memory of "O'Brien" by inquiring about the health of his mother and father. "O'Brien" reminded Bashir that the doctor knew his mother had died two years prior. (DS9: "Whispers")

Later in 2373, during Kira Nerys' pregnancy, where she carried the son of Miles and Keiko, Miles often gave Nerys foot massages. Nerys inquired about Miles' proficiency in the matter, and he described it as "an O'Brien survival technique," explaining, "my mother hated being pregnant. My father's massages were the only thing that kept her from killing everyone." While Miles' noted that his mother didn't "curse in Bajoran" she was known to "use what she liked to call 'descriptive phrases.'" When Keiko was later trying to convince Miles that he was not pressing hard enough, and he duly increased his efforts, Nerys called him "a sadist" and asked if his father was "this cruel to your mother?" Miles explained that he was "worse" and that he would "swear sometimes you could hear her scream halfway across Ireland," adding that "our neighbors didn't know whether to be worried or titillated." (DS9: "Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Stepmother Edit

The second wife of Michael O'Brien was married to her husband married in early 2369, a year after the death of O'Brien's first wife.

In 2370, when O'Brien was replaced by an Paradan replicant of Miles O'Brien, who included all his memories, this fact was known to all the crew aboard Deep Space 9 except "O'Brien" himself. During this time, he was given a physical by Doctor Julian Bashir feigned recalling that O'Brien's mother had died to test the memory of "O'Brien", to which, "O'Brien" reminded Bashir about the time he told him about his dad remarrying last spring, and him "blathering on about this woman I've never met..." (DS9: "Whispers")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Orellius system colonists Edit

Colonists consider

The colonists consider what Alixus has to say about each of them

SS Santa Maria

Colonists in front of the cannibalized SS Santa Maria

These unnamed Colonists were part of a group of colonists who were destined for Gemulon V over ten years ago. When their ship developed life support problems, they landed on a planet in the Orellius system. All of their electronic devices stopped working because of a duonetic field. They had to build a society without technology.

In truth, Alixus, their leader invented the duonetic field that stranded the colonists, in order to develop a perfect society. (DS9: "Paradise")

These colonists were played by unknown performers.


Outpost scientists Edit

These two Federation scientists were stationed on a Federation outpost in 2366. They were hit by several phaser blasts and were lying in a closed room following a raid by a group of Acamarian Gatherers. An away team from the Enterprise-D found them and they were beamed directly to sickbay, where Doctor Beverly Crusher treated their injuries. (TNG: "The Vengeance Factor")

Penthara IV inhabitants Edit

Picard's vineyard workers Edit

These vineyard workers were employed by Robert Picard at his vineyards in La Barre, France on Earth in 2367 when his brother Jean-Luc Picard visited the Picard family home following his regeneration from the Borg assimilation. (TNG: "Family")


Quadra Sigma III inhabitants Edit

Qualor II bar patron Edit

Risa visitors Edit

New Essentialists Edit

New Essentialists

on the right

These two Essentials were followers of Pascal Fullerton, chairman of the New Essentialists movement, an organization dedicated to "restoring the moral traditions" of the Federation. They accompanied him to Risa for a rally. (DS9: "Let He Who Is Without Sin...")

These two Human essentials were played by unknown performers.


Tourists Edit

These tourists vacationed on Risa in 2366 while Captain Jean-Luc Picard was also on the planet for shore leave. They were entertained and cared for by Risian employees at the resort. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")


Romulan conference guests Edit

These Humans attended the conference on Romulus in 2375 and were chatting with Romulans. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

They were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The dress worn by the second pictured can be seen in several Star Trek episodes and films such as the Deep Space Nine episode "Rivals" where it was worn by Alsia.


Rossa's grandfather Edit

This man was the grandfather of Jeremiah Rossa. In 2367, Connaught Rossa assured Jeremiah that he and she would welcome and love him. (TNG: "Suddenly Human")

This grandfather was only mentioned in dialogue.

San Franscisco inhabitants Edit

Inhabitants of San Francisco were in streets when Harry Kim was placed in an alternate timeline where he was never assigned to USS Voyager. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")

Satie's elder brothers Edit

These brothers were the sons of Aaron Satie and brother to Norah Satie. The children would debate each other around the dinner table while their father refereed, using a stopwatch to teach them brevity, not allowing them to leave until they had examined the issue thoroughly. They usually lost to Norah, something Aaron enjoyed. In 2367, Norah related this to Jean-Luc Picard, who correctly guessed that she had "trounced" them. (TNG: "The Drumhead")

This brothers was only mentioned in dialogue.

Scientist Edit

Federation scientist, 2368

A scientist

This Federation scientist led an engineering team that discovered ancient artifacts in a cave in San Francisco in 2368. He showed Captain Picard and Data artifacts that he had dated as late 19th century. These included a Colt pistol, a watch, and bifocals. He believed that he found evidence of an alien presence on Earth in 19th century San Francisco. The cave contained triolic waves that only the shapeshifting Devidians were known to use. He also showed them the last artifact, which was Data's head. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

The scientist was played by Milt Tarver.


Sisko's familyEdit

Brothers Edit

Benjamin Sisko's brothers were the sons of Joseph Sisko, the brothers of Judith Sisko and the half-brothers of Benjamin Sisko. When they were younger, the Sisko brothers cultivated the vegetables for use in the family restaurant. (DS9: "Paradise")

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.
According to the novel Rough Beasts of Empire their names are Aaron and Samuel.

Second child Edit

Kasidy Yates-Sisko was pregnant with Benjamin Sisko's second child in 2375. (DS9: "The Dogs of War")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
The DS9 relaunch books revealed the child to be a daughter named Rebecca Jae Sisko. According to the short story "The Dreamer and the Dream", the child is a boy named Jonathan.

Stepmother Edit

Sisko's stepmother was Mrs. Sisko, the second wife of Joseph Sisko, mother to Judith and two boys, and step-mother to Benjamin Sisko.

She met and married Joseph Sisko in the 2330s. They agreed that, instead of telling Ben what had happened to his biological mother, she would pretend to be his biological mother. She ultimately kept that secret for the rest of her life.

Soon after marrying Joseph Sisko, she had children with him: Judith and two boys. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
Her name was also Rebecca.


Sisko's Creole Kitchen visitors Edit

Spectators Edit

Human spectators, Endgame

Human spectators

These Human civilians witnessed the homecoming of the USS Voyager in 2394 in an alternate timeline from a point near the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. Admiral Kathryn Janeway watched the television story ten years later in her apartment. (VOY: "Endgame")

These Humans were played by unknown performers.


Stubbs' mother Edit

Upon observing the closeness of Wesley Crusher and his mother Beverly, Doctor Paul Stubbs told them he wouldn't want his mother flying through space with him, as she was, in his words, "a formidable woman, too. A woman of letters. A great critic." This information was found in Stubbs' biography. (TNG: "Evolution")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Tarses' mother Edit

Simon Tarses' mother, according to Simon, would have been happy to see him become a Starfleet officer. He mentioned this when explaining to Captain Jean-Luc Picard that despite this, he did not wish to spend four years sitting in a classroom. In addition to Simon, she had at least one additional son. (TNG: "The Drumhead")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

The "37's" Edit

In 1937, these four people along with Amelia Earhart, Fred Noonan, Jack Hayes, and Nogami, were some of the three hundred Humans abducted from Earth and taken to an unnamed class L planet in the Delta Quadrant by the Briori to work as their slaves. These eight people remained in cryostasis in a cryostasis chamber a hundred feet under the surface of the planet until 2371 when an away team from Voyager woke them up.

Known as "the 37's", the ancestors of a Human group living on the planet, they decided to stay with their descendants in a settlement on the planet. (VOY: "The 37's")

All four people were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances.
The description of the first two is from the script of the episode and from the trivia text commentary on the VOY Season 2 DVD, the description of the other two is from the call sheets of the episode.
The costume worn by Rita Dail was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

The 37's descendant Edit

37's descendant

A Human descendant

This descendant took part in a skirmish with an away team from the USS Voyager on a planet in the Delta Quadrant in 2371 along with John Evansville and Karyn Berlin. He believed that they were Briori, aliens who had abducted his ancestors in the year 1937. He was shot by Kathryn Janeway from behind. (VOY: "The 37's")

The Human descendant was played by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone who received no credit for this part.
His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2]


Torres' grandparents Edit

The grandmother of B'Elanna, Michael, Dean, and Elizabeth Torres, was the mother of John and Carl Torres. (VOY: "Extreme Risk", "Lineage")

When John spoke with Carl, during the mid-2350s, about his relationship with his wife Miral, he confessed how "Mom and Dad always turn out to be right," adding how "Mom warned me not to marry Miral." This came as a surprise to Carl, who always thought that "Mom loved Miral," to which John agreed with, but added "But she never thought I had the constitution to live with a Klingon." (VOY: "Lineage")

These grandparents were only mentioned in dialogue.

Trade Agreements Conference attendees Edit

These officials attended the Trade Agreements Conference on Betazed in 2366 and the following banquet in Ten Forward aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Ménage à Troi")

The second pictured woman wore the catsuit of Yareena from the episode "Code of Honor".


Troi-Riker wedding guests Edit

Several Human wedding guests attended the ceremony of Deanna Troi and William T. Riker in Alaska on Earth in 2379. (Star Trek Nemesis)

The dress worn by the first pictured actress was originally created for Alsia in the 1994 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Rivals" and was re-used in several Star Trek films and episodes. It was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3]


Ventax II scientists Edit

These three scientists were stationed at the Federation science station on Ventax II in 2367 under the command of Dr. Howard Clark. When the Ventaxian citizens learned that their mythical figure Ardra returned riots occurred and a few citizens attacked the science station. They held the scientists hostages and only Dr. Clark was beamed aboard the Enterprise-D. Later they were set free at order of Ardra. (TNG: "Devil's Due")

Volan III inhabitants Edit

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