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The following is a list of unnamed Cardassians.

See Category: Cardassians for a full list of named individuals.

Assimilated Cardassian Edit

Assimilated Cardassian

An assimilated Cardassian

This assimilated Cardassian was one of the personalities Seven of Nine experienced. The discovery of a Borg vinculum caused Seven to develop a multiple personality disorder. She experienced the personality of different assimilated individuals. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This Cardassian was played by an unknown actor.

Author Edit

This author wrote the repetitive epic novel The Never Ending Sacrifice. Julian Bashir didn't care for his work, complaining that "none of his characters ever really come alive" (DS9: "The Wire")

He was only mentioned in dialog.

Audience Edit

Dukat announces joining the Dominion

Speech viewers

These Cardassians watched a video of Gul Dukat when he became leader of Cardassia and allied with the Dominion. He promised to remove all Klingons and Maquis from within Cardassian space and swore all Cardassia lost would be regained. (DS9: "By Inferno's Light")

They were played by unknown performers.

Children Edit

Cardassian children

Three Cardassian children

Three Cardassian children were present during Chief Miles O'Brien's trial on Cardassia in 2370. (DS9: "Tribunal")

The Cardassian girl on the left was played by featured actress Nancy Long-Usui. [1] The two boys were played by unknown performers.

Citizens during bomb attack Edit

These Cardassian civilians and officers were present when Elim Garak placed an explosive device in a building on Cardassia. Garak was stopped by a Jem'Hadar patrol while these Cardassians passed them. When the device exploded the Cardassians were hit by the blast but were all unharmed. After this event, Damar called all the crowded Cardassians and told them that the rebellion was not over. (DS9: "The Dogs of War")

Beside Lonar, all Cardassians were played by background performers and stunt performers who received no credit for their appearances.
Several costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay including the ones of Elle Alexander, [2] Mark Riccardi, [3] and Henry Kingi, Jr. [4]
Elle Alexander's costume was previously worn by Tricia O'Neil in her role as Korinas in the third season episode "Defiant".

Civilian viewers Edit

Cardassian Court TV

These Cardassians listened toChief Miles O'Brien's trial which was broadcast to all of Cardassia in 2370. (DS9: "Tribunal")

They were played by unknown performers.

Control Post 24 officer Edit

This officer was in command of the Cardassian Navigational Control Post 24 in 2370 when he detected the runabout of Kira Nerys and Miles O'Brien. The two disguised themselves as Lissepians and the runabout as the Lissepian freighter Martuk, when the Cardassian asked them to identify themselves. He detected that the subspace field emitters are malfunctioning and offered repair assistance but Kira refused and told him that Gul Marayn awaited his delivery of Rulot seeds on Cardassia IV. The officer told them that they should repair their damage when they've unloaded their cargo. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

This Cardassian was voiced by an unknown actor.

Damar's aide Edit

Cardassian Soldier - Statistical Probabilities

A Cardassian soldier

This aide accompanied Gul Damar and Weyoun when they visited Deep Space 9 to conduct peace talks in 2374. (DS9: "Statistical Probabilities")

This Cardassian was played by an unknown actor.

Damar's mistress Edit

Cardassian woman 2375

Damar's mistress

This woman cared for Damar in 2375 and was interrupted by Gul Dukat who visited Damar. Dukat asked her to leave the room. (DS9: "Penumbra")

This Cardassian was played by an unknown actress.

Damar's son Edit

Damar's son went into hiding with his mother after Damar rebelled against the Dominion. Damar's son was later executed by the Jem'Hadar. (DS9: "Tacking Into the Wind")

Damar's son appears in the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds short story "An Errant Breeze" in which his name is mentioned to be Sakal Damar (β).

Damar's wife Edit

The wife of Damar was also the mother of several children. Following Damar's insurrection against the Dominion, his wife went into hiding with her son. Both were later executed by the Jem'Hadar. Damar reflected that his wife was "difficult, selfish and stubborn" but had not been a part of his rebellion and not deserving of the Dominion's brutality. (DS9: "Tacking Into the Wind")

In a line cut from the episode "Penumbra", while speaking to his mistress, Damar expressed to her how she's "a good listener", and that "if only my wife were as understanding."
Damar's wife appears in the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds short story "An Errant Breeze" in which her name is mentioned to be Niala Damar (β).

Dominion Headquarters glinn Edit

Cardassian Glinn, Tears of the prophets

A Cardassian glinn

This glinn served under Legate Damar at Dominion Headquarters on Cardassia Prime in late 2374. He was startled when Damar's predecessor Dukat managed to make his way to Damar unannounced. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The Cardassian glinn was played by Bob Kirsh.

Dominion Headquarters guards Edit

These guards were stationed at Dominion Headquarters, Worf and Ezri Dax were held prisoners in 2375. The first two guards guarded Damar while visiting the prison cell and witnessed how Worf killed Weyoun. One of these guards and the next three pictured tried to stop Worf and Ezri after their escape from the prison cell and were shot at in the corridor. The two latter guards stopped the two prisoners. (DS9: "Strange Bedfellows")

All Cardassians were played by background and stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Dominion surrender attendees Edit

Female Changeling signs Treaty of Bajor

Two Cardassians in back

In 2375, these attendees were present at the Dominion surrender signings ceremony on Deep Space 9. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

The Cardassian attendees was played by an unknown actors.

Dukat's father Edit

The father of Dukat lived during the early 24th century.

At some point, Dukat's father had once trusted Elim Garak, which according to Dukat was his only flaw. Dukat's father was later put on trial, where he claimed he only regretted that his ambition outweighed his patriotism. Years later, Garak described Dukat's father as "short-sighted". (DS9: "Civil Defense")

Dukat told Tora Ziyal about Garak's involvement in the death of her grandfather, that he had him "tortured and killed". (DS9: "For the Cause")

According to a line cut from DS9: "The Die is Cast", Dukat's father was referred to as "the late Justice Procal"; it is unclear whether Procal was his name or part of his Justice title. Several non-canon novels, including A Stitch in Time and Day of the Vipers, assume that Procal (β) is indeed his first name.

Dukat's officers Edit

Cardassian gamblers

Two Cardassian officers

These two officers served on a ship commanded by Gul Dukat in 2369. After a substantial winning streak at the dabo table in Quark's, they returned to their ship, not realizing that Odo had assumed the form of the bag carrying their winnings. Once on board, he sabotaged their systems, allowing the USS Rio Grande to reach and discover the Bajoran wormhole unimpeded by the Cardassian ship. (DS9: "Emissary")

The two Cardassian officers were portrayed by Parker Whitman and William Powell-Blair.
According to the "Emissary" script, these officers won a substantial amount of gold, although it was later stated that gold was worthless.

Enterprise-D helmsman Edit

Evek's aides Edit

These three aides assisted Gul Evek during his meeting with Amaros and Calvin Hudson on Volan III in 2370.

The first Cardassian was dressed in civilian clothing and handled Evek a PADD during the meeting.

The two Cardassian officers brought the dead body of William Patrick Samuels into the meeting. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")

All three Cardassians were portrayed by unknown actors.

Evek's officers Edit

These two soldiers accompanied Gul Evek when he beamed aboard Miles O'Brien's shuttle in order to arrest him in 2370. One of them fired his phaser at O'Brien and beamed with him back aboard the Cardassian ship while the other officer held Keiko in the shuttle. (DS9: "Tribunal")

Gul on Terok Nor Edit

Cardassian Gul

A Cardassian gul

This gul was one of several officers entertained by comfort women on Terok Nor in 2346. He appeared to take a liking to Kira Meru and was quite forceful with her, until Gul Dukat pulled him off. Another officer, however, told Luma Rahl the entire incident had been staged by Dukat to impress her. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night").

The Cardassian gul was played by actor Marc Marosi.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Oran.

Gul on Calondon Edit

Cardassian gul, The Circle

A Cardassian gul

This gul delivered weapons to the Zef'No and the Kressari on board the freighter Calondon in 2370. These weapons were bound for Bajor, and ultimately the Alliance for Global Unity. He left his thumbprint on one a PADD. Odo later stole this PADD and brought it to Deep Space 9. (DS9: "The Circle")

This Cardassian was played by Anthony Guidera. In the script he is referred to simply

Gallitep officer Edit


A Cardassian officer (center)

This officer was stationed at the Gallitep labor camp until the withdrawal in 2357. A picture showing him next to Gul Darhe'el was part of the Bajoran Central Archives and sent to Deep Space 9 in 2369. (DS9: "Duet")

The Cardassian officer was portrayed by an unknown actor.

Hutet guards Edit

Several guards were stationed at the Hutet labor camp in 2370, when Major Kira Nerys and Chief O'Brien rescued several Bajoran prisoners, including Li Nalas. Some of them were shot by Kira and O'Brien, one fell down a large hill. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

These Cardassian guards were played by stunt performers and background actors, who received no credit for their appearance.

Hutet overseer Edit

Cardassian overseer, The Homecoming

A Cardassian overseer

This overseer was stationed at the Hutet labor camp in 2370.

He allowed Kira Nerys past the security force field, as she was posing as a prostitute. Kira attacked him and lowered the security field. She and Miles O'Brien rescued many Bajoran prisoners, including Li Nalas. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

The overseer was played by Star Trek regular John Fleck, who received no credit for his appearance.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Dakol.

Informant Edit

Cardassian informant

A Cardassian informant

The informant was a high-ranking contact of Odo's in the Cardassian Union. By the early 2370s, he had changed his appearance. In 2371, Odo contacted him to ask him about the assassination attempt on Elim Garak. He informed him that he was investigating a "very insignificant piece of a much larger puzzle". He relayed the information of a large Romulan military buildup outside Cardassian space. He later gave Odo a list of five other former Obsidian Order operatives who had suffered "accidents" on the same day as the explosion in Garak's tailor shop. (DS9: "Improbable Cause")

The Cardassian informant was played by Star Trek regular Joseph Ruskin.
It is possible that this informant was Gul Russol, although Ronald D. Moore has stated that Thrax was a possibility. (AOL chat, 1997). Since he knew of Odo's performance of the Cardassian neck trick, he might have been part of the Cardassian High Command audience that saw Odo perform the trick in the early 2360s.

Inquisitor Edit

This woman was the wife of Tekeny Ghemor and the mother of Iliana Ghemor. She was an inquisitor at Cardassia Prime's Central University. She gave birth to her daughter in the same house where Kira Nerys was taken in 2371. Tekeny Ghemor spoke of her to Kira, saying she "could never do anything the easy way". He seemed surprised that his "daughter" didn't remember her either. She never forgave her husband for letting Iliana go undercover as a Bajoran. Later, in a pre-surgical recording of Iliana, she mentioned that her mother looked unhappy all the time.

Tekeny later gave "Iliana" her mother's bracelet to remember her by. When it was determined that Kira was not Iliana, she tried to give the bracelet back, but he told her to keep it, as she was the closest thing he had to family. (DS9: "Second Skin")

In 2373, her name was among her husband's last words shortly before he died of Yarim Fel Syndrome. (DS9: "Ties of Blood and Water")

She was only mentioned in dialog.
The Pocket DS9 novels The Soul Key and Fearful Symmetry give her name as Kaleen Ghemor (β) (née Dakal). She died in 2368 due to complications of depression.

Jasad's officerEdit

Cardassian officer, Emissary

A Cardassian tactical officer

This officer served aboard Gul Jasad's ship in 2369. The officer presented Jasad with the results of their sensor scans of Deep Space 9, which showed extensive armaments. When Jasad expressed his belief that it was a bluff, this officer suggested waiting for the Fourth Order before attacking. (DS9: "Emissary")

This Cardassian tactical officer was played by Steven Rankin.
The novelization gave his name as Majut (β), and stated he was Jasad's second-in-command.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Jural.

Klingon-Cardassian Alliance officers Edit

Legate Edit

Cardassian Legate

A Cardassian legate

This legate was one of several senior Cardassian officers visiting the new station Terok Nor in 2346. Several Bajoran comfort women were recruited to entertain them, and the legate was particularly taken with Luma Rahl. When Luma witnessed Gul Dukat apparently protect her friend Kira Meru from an unruly officer, the legate pointed out that it was merely an act Dukat often put on to impress Bajoran women. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night").

The legate was played by actor Wayne Grace.
Though he was referred to in the credits as a legate (and wore the appropriate uniform), he described Kira Meru as being "off-limits to the rest of us" once Gul Dukat took an interest in her, possibly because Dukat was commander of the station.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Parek.. Grace's uniform was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and is different then the other Cardassian uniforms because it was made of more sturdy, moderately metallic material. [5]

Madred's guards Edit

These two served as guards for Gul Madred in 2369. They brought the imprisoned Captain Jean-Luc Picard] into Madred's interrogation room and placed him for interrogation. Later they escorted him back to the ship which brought him back to the Enterprise-D at Gul Lemec's order. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I", "Chain of Command, Part II")

Orphans Edit


Cardassians orphans behind Asha

These orphans were abandoned on Bajor after the occupation of Bajor. (DS9: "Cardassians")

Seven orphans were present when Julian Bashir and Garak visited the orphanage. The Cardassian children were portrayed by unknown performers.

Patrol guard Edit

Cardassian guard, Irving E Lewis

A Cardassian guard

This patrol guard was part of a group of three Jem'Hadar and the Cardassian officer Ekoor in 2375. They've arrived at Mila's house and found Garak, Damar, and Colonel Kira hiding downstairs. During the following execution trial he was shot by one of the Jem'Hadar. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

This Cardassian was played by stuntman Irving E. Lewis, who received no credit for his appearance.

Processing guards Edit

Cardassian guard, Tribunal

Two guards assisted in processing Miles O'Brien when he was kidnapped and put on trial on Cardassia Prime.

One of the guards handed O'Brien some clothing when Makbar, the Chief Archon, checked to see if he had been processed. (DS9: "Tribunal")

The Cardassian soldiers were played by unknown actors.

Processing overseer Edit

Cardassian overseer, 2370

A Cardassian overseer

This Cardassian worked as overseer during the processing of Miles O'Brien after he was abducted and brought to Cardassia Prime in 2370. He ordered O'Brien to have a retinal scan, a piece of his hair clipped, and a molar extract from O'Brien's mouth. (DS9: "Tribunal")

This Cardassian was played by actor Julian Christopher.

Rebel on Cardassia Prime Edit

Madalone What you leave behind

A Cardassian rebel

The Rebel was among a group that attacked the stronghold of the female Changeling during the final battle of the Dominion War. He was killed during the ensuing battle. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

This Cardassian rebel was played by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone, who received no credit for his appearance.

Rebels on Vanden Prime Edit

These rebels were present when Kira Nerys was at the headquarters of the Cardassian Liberation Front. Kira and Gul Rusot clashed on planning an attack plan against a Dominion base guarded by Cardassians. Kira reminded him that those Cardassians were collaborators. (DS9: "When It Rains...")

The Cardassian rebels were played by background actors who received no credit for their appearance.
The Pocket DS9 novel Night of the Wolves gives his name as Joer Varc (β), wherein he is said to be an Obsidian Order operative. Laren kills him in revenge for her father's death.

Ro Gale's torturer Edit

This Cardassian tortured Ro Gale during a 2347 interrogation until the Bajoran died two hours later. The interrogation happened in front of Gale's seven year old daughter Laren, who had been lured into the room with sugar candy. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

This person was only mentioned in dialogue.

Seska's babyEdit

Soldiers on Celtris III Edit

These Cardassians ambushed the undercover team of the Federation (Captain Picard, Worf, and Dr. Crusher) on Celtris III in 2369. They fired at Worf and took Captain Picard prisoner. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I")

Starship and station personnel Edit

Terok Nor guards (2346) Edit

These Cardassian guards were stationed on board Terok Nor in 2346. Two of them escorted Basso Tromac to the quarters of Kira Nerys, who traveled back in time with the help of the Orb of Time and took the alias Luma Rahl. They took her properties away and ended up in a fist-fight with her in which Kira was knocked unconscious. They brought her to the fenced-off area of the Promenade. The others guarded Basso Tromac when he took Bajoran women from their settlements to serve as comfort women aboard the station and served as guards for Gul Dukat aboard Terok Nor. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")

These Cardassians were played by background and stunt performers, who received no credit for their appearance.

Terok Nor guards (2365) Edit

Cardassians guard Bajorans

Cardassians guard and Bajoran workers

A pair of guards on Terok Nor kept surveillance over Bajoran slaves who processed raw uridium ore from the strip mining of the planet below. (DS9: "Necessary Evil")

The Cardassian soldiers were played by unknown actors.

Terok Nor security officerEdit

Terok Nor Cardassian Officer

The Terok Nor Cardassian officer

The security officer was assigned to the security office on Terok Nor when it was occupied by the Dominion in early 2374.

He was on duty when Quark and Tora Ziyal attempted to deliver a hasperat soufflé to Kira Nerys, who had been imprisoned on Gul Dukat's orders. Understandably suspicious, the officer, much to Quark's apparent dismay, began to inspect the soufflé, and was rendered unconscious when Ziyal injected him with a hypospray, his head falling face-first into the dish. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

This security officer was played by actor Darin Cooper.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Nerot.

Undercover soldiers Edit

Three hooded soldiers who posed as monks infiltrated the Maquis cell at the Juhraya settlement in late 2370. During their escape, they succeeded in killing Macias, the head of the Maquis cell before being killed themselves by the Maquis members. The first soldier was shot by a phaser, the second by a shot from Kalita, shortly before he fell down several stairs, and the third fell down from the upper level after he was shot. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the first one's name as Goran.

War Room soldier Edit

Cardassian war room soldier 1

A Cardassian soldier

This soldier of the Cardassian Central Command was station at the Cardassian War Room on Cardassia Prime in 2371.

He assisted Gul Dukat and Commander Benjamin Sisko in the search mission for the USS Defiant when it was hijacked by the Maquis group led by Thomas Riker. He secured all intelligence reports with a level four classification and higher at the order of Obsidian Order observer Korinas and later informed Dukat about the moves of the Defiant in Cardassian space. (DS9: "Defiant")

This Cardassian was played by actor Robert Kerbeck who is listed as "Soldier"/"Cardassian Soldier" in the script and on the call sheets. Kerbeck filmed his scenes for this episode between Monday 3 October 1994 and Wednesday 5 October 1994 on Paramount Stage 4. His makeup artist was Dean Jones.

War Room soldiers Edit

These six Cardassian Central Command soldiers were stationed in the Cardassian War Room in 2371 while Gul Dukat and Commander Sisko searched for the hijacked Defiant. They operated the consoles during the mission and witnessed how Korinas of the Obsidian Order influences this mission. (DS9: "Defiant")

According to the call sheets these background performers filmed their scenes between Monday 3 October 1994 and Wednesday 5 October 1994 at Paramount Stage 4.
The script refers to them as "Cardassian military N.D.s" and mentions that on their face were looks of fear and loathing when Korinas entered the room. [6]

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