Inhabitants of North Star/Skag town on a failed Skagaran colony.

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Bartender Edit

Bartender north star

The bartender

This bartender struck up a conversation with Archer. He asked where he was heading and Archer replied that he was heading south to his brother's ranch. Archer claimed to notice the resemblance between the bartender and a picture of Cooper Smith. The bartender told him that he was the last living descendant of Cooper Smith. (ENT: "North Star")

The bartender was played by Paul Rae.

Cowboys Edit

These cowboys were associates of Deputy Bennings. They participated in the gunfight with the Enterprise crew that had landed on the planet. One cowboy grabbed T'Pol, but was shot by Malcolm Reed. (ENT: "North Star")

All three cowboys were played by stuntmen who received no credit for their appearance.

Checkers players Edit

Checkers North Star

Checkers players

Two checkers players were playing a game in a bar on a Skagaran colony. (ENT: "North Star")

The checkers players were played by unknown actors.

Inhabitants Edit

These Humans were inhabitants of North Star, located on a planet in the Delphic Expanse. (ENT: "North Star")

School children Edit

These Human children attended the class of their teacher Bethany following their contact with an away team from Enterprise NX-01. Bethany taught them Human history, the story of Orville and Wilbur Wright. (ENT: "North Star")

Skagarans Edit

Stablehand Edit

North Star Stablehand

The stablehand

The stablehand rented a horse to Tucker and T'Pol. The stablehand wanted to know what happened to their horses and T'Pol told him that the horses had died from heat exhaustion a few miles from the town. They had wanted to buy a horse, but did not have the twenty dollars that the stablehand wanted. Tucker asked if he would be interested in a trade. He offered him a harmonica, said he only wanted the horse for a few hours. He offered his gun as collateral, and the stablehand accepted the deal. (ENT: "North Star")

The stablehand was played by Gary Bristow.
In the final draft script of "North Star", the stablehand was described with a sentence which remarked, "He's polite, but not necessarily friendly."