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The following is a list of Peliar Zel natives.

Named Edit

Unnamed Edit

Deep Space 9 visitor 1 Edit

Peliar Zel native, 2369

A Peliar Zel native

This male visited Quark's aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369, shortly after the bar reopened due to an agreement between Quark and Commander Sisko. He was seen talking to the alien dabo girl. (DS9: "Emissary")

He was also at Quark's when the Duras sisters, Lursa and B'Etor, met with the Bajoran terrorist Tahna Los. (DS9: "Past Prologue")

He later visited the Promenade at the time Ibudan was murdered, and was present when Constable Odo was hunted down the Promenade by an angry mob. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

He visited Quark's when Q appeared and challenged Commander Sisko for a boxing match. During this fight he watched the two and cheered them on. (DS9: "Q-Less")

He visited the Promenade when Julian Bashir and Miles O'Brien returned from their trip to the Bajoran village. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

Carrying a bag, he passed the security office on the promenade when Lwaxana Troi visited Constable Odo during his work. (DS9: "The Forsaken")

This individual was portrayed by Entertainment Weekly reporter Benjamin Svetkey in the pilot episode "Emissary" and by an unknown actor in the other episodes.

Deep Space 9 visitor 2 Edit

Club Martus entrance

A Peliar Zel native

This female visited Club Martus aboard Deep Space 9 in 2370, where she was greeted by Martus Mazur. (DS9: "Rivals")

This individual was played by an unknown actress.

Deep Space 9 visiting couple Edit

Peliar Zel couple

A couple on the upper level of the Promenade

This couple, a man and a woman, also visited Deep Space 9 in 2370.

Together they observed William Patrick Samuels and Sakonna from an upper level of the promenade. Later, she managed to meet Samuels in a corridor and dropped her bag. Samuels, who helped her, was made unconscious by her male companion with a small device. As later revealed, they've worked for the Cardassians and helped to kidnap Samuels. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")

The female native was played by regular background actress Grace Harrell and the male native by regular background actor Joe Mack, both of whom received no credit for their appearance.

Deep Space 9 visitor 4 Edit

Peliar Zel native without hat

Peliar Zel native without hat

This female Peliar Zel native visited Quark's on Deep Space 9 in 2373. (DS9: "In the Cards")

Played by unknown actress.

Deep Space 9 visitor 5 Edit

Female Peliar Zel native 2375

A female Peliar Zel native

This female Peliar Zel native and a male companion watched the first kiss of Odo and Kira Nerys on the promenade. (DS9: "His Way")

She passed Kira and Odo on the promenade in 2375. Later she went to the jumja stick shop at the promenade when Senator Kimara Cretak bought a jumja stick and went to Quark's Bar. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

This alien was played by regular background actress Ivy Borg who received no credit for this role.
The call sheet for "Image in the Sand" listed her as "Asparagus Head".

Deep Space 9 visitor 6 Edit

Peliar Zel native DS9 visitor

A Peliar Zel native

This individual from Peliar Zel was shopping on the promenade when the crew of Deep Space 9 prepared for a baseball match against the Logicians. (DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite")

He passed Chief Miles O'Brien and Ensign Nog at the replimat. (DS9: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River")

He visited Deep Space 9 in 2375 and walked across the promenade. (DS9: "Chimera")

This individual was played by an unknown actor.

Lathal Bine's aunt Edit

The aunt of Lathal Bine was a native of Beta moon who represented the Betans during a dispute with the neighboring Alpha moon in 2337, which nearly resulted in war. She was later described as "the iron willed lady of Beta Moon". Odan, a Federation ambassador mediating the dispute, convinced both her and Kalin Trose, her Alphan counterpart, to switch places for a week to better understand each other's position.

Her nephew, Lathal, would represent Beta Moon in negotiations when a second crisis erupted three decades later in 2367, again with Trose representing Alpha Moon and with Odan again mediating. (TNG: "The Host")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Repair station individuals Edit

These two captives were among the abducted aliens of the 22nd century who were held aboard the automated repair station. In 2152, Captain Jonathan Archer and Sub-commander T'Pol found these aliens when they've searched for Ensign Travis Mayweather. The away team was unable to rescue the two Peliar Zel natives as they were too long connected to the station. (ENT: "Dead Stop")

The two background actresses filmed their scenes on Tuesday 20 August 2002 on Paramount Stage 9 and were identified as "Asparagus Heads" on the call sheet; the common call sheet name for the Peliar Zel natives.

San Francisco visitor Edit

Peliar zel in san francisco

A Peliar Zel native

This female visited San Francisco, on Earth, in 2372 of an alternate timeline, when Harry Kim found himself near his apartment. She passed him a few times on the streets. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")

This Peliar Zel native was played by regular background actress and stand-in Sue Henley.
She filmed her scenes for this episode on Tuesday 25 July 1995 and Wednesday 26 July 1995 on location at the New York Street lot and is listed as "Masked Alien" and "Alien Pedestrian" on the call sheets.

Starfleet cadet Edit

Unimatrix Zero member Edit

Peliar Zel native Unimatrix Zero member

An Unimatrix Zero member

This male was a Borg drone and a member of the underground movement Unimatrix Zero in 2376/77. He took part in several meetings regarding the safety of their place and left the place shortly before its destruction. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

This individual was played by an unknown actor.

USS Enterprise-D passenger Edit

Peliar Zel Enterprise-D passenger

A alien woman in Ten Forward

This female passenger, with hair, spoke to a Bolian woman in Ten Forward aboard the USS Enterprise in 2371. (Star Trek Generations)

This alien was played by regular extra Grace Harrell.