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The following is a list of unnamed Romulans who lived during the 24th century.

Ambassador Edit

The Romulan ambassador to Cardassia was representative of the Romulan Star Empire to the Cardassian Union and was a personal enemy of Obsidian Order head Enabran Tain. When Tain was on his deathbed in 2373, his son Elim Garak implied that the ambassador had been eliminated. (DS9: "In Purgatory's Shadow")

Given Garak's propensity for lying, it is unclear if Garak really did kill the ambassador or was just trying to put his dying father's mind at ease. If he was killed, it is possible it was related to the numerous deaths hinted at causing on Romulus in "Broken Link".

Borg drone Edit

Assimilated Romulan

An assimilated Romulan

This assimilated Romulan would become a Borg drone sometime prior to 2375. Seven of Nine assumed his personality when a Borg vinculum caused her to experience the personalities of various assimilated individuals. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This Romulan was played by recurring background actor Mark Major.


Carraya IV inhabitants Edit

Civilians Edit

Several civilians were present when Captain Picard and Lieutenant Commander Data visited Romulus, disguised as Romulans, in 2368. Some of them joined the underground movement to rejoin the Romulans and the Vulcans, a movement led by ambassador Spock. (TNG: "Unification I", "Unification II")

All Romulans with the exception of Susan Fallender – The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Tamarith. [1] – were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearances.
The yet unidentified performers are Amigron, Aylward, Bravo, Errol Bryand, Jacobson, Manno, Marco, Justin McCarty, Miller, and Wayland.
Several costumes were sold off at the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay including Christie Haydon, [2] Linda Harcharic, [3] Mark Lentry, [4] Justin McCarty, [5] Diane Todd, [6] Errol Bryand, [7] and seven costumes without name tags. [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]

Continuing Committee senators Edit

In 2375 seven senators were seated in the Continuing Committee alongside Praetor Neral. The committee served as a court when criminal charges of treason were brought against Senator Cretak by Chairman Koval of the Tal Shiar. The assassination attempt of Koval and the allegations of treason against Cretak were investigated. The committee found Cretak guilty. In reality this was a plot by Luther Sloan and Koval to remove Cretak from power to insure continued Romulan war efforts against the Dominion. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

The seven Romulan officials were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
Several costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay including the costumes of Lee Nickerson, [15] Bill Hackett, [16] Bonnie Perkinson, [17] and Ray Peterson. [18] Additional costume parts worn by Ray Peterson and Michael Phipps at the banquet scene were also sold off. [19] [20]
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the name of Michael Phipps' character as Setek.

Criminal Edit

Romulan criminal

A Romulan criminal

This criminal was displayed in Constable Odo's security office on Deep Space 9 on a wanted poster. It was not known what crime the Romulan was guilty of. (DS9: "Vortex", "If Wishes Were Horses", "The Forsaken", "Dramatis Personae", "Duet", "In the Hands of the Prophets", "Sanctuary")

The actor on the image is Norman Large. This image is a make-up continuity photo for his character Neral, shot during the production of TNG: "Unification II".


Diplomats Edit

Antwerp Conference

The Antwerp Conference, shortly before the detonation of the bomb

These diplomats attended the Antwerp Conference which was a high-level meeting between Romulan and Federation diplomats, held in the city of Antwerp on Earth in 2372.

An explosive planted by a Changeling killed 27 people at the conference in the first confirmed Dominion attack on Earth. (DS9: "Homefront", "Paradise Lost")

The Romulan diplomats were played by unknown performers.


Dignitary Edit

Romulan dignitary, 2375

Romulan dignitary

In 2375, this female dignitary stood on behalf of the Romulan Empire at the Dominion surrender signing ceremony on Deep Space 9. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

This Romulan dignitary was played by an unknown actress.
The novelization of the episode gives her name as Lar (β) and also the rank of High Centurion (β).


Intercessor Edit

This legal intercessor maintained an office in the Krocton Segment on Romulus. The doorway outside his office was the location of Starfleet Intelligence's footage placing Ambassador Spock on Romulus speaking with Senator Pardek.

The location was later discovered by Data who determined from a similar name to Pardek's on the door, that the intercessor appeared to be one of the Senator's relatives.

After Picard found the door locked, he suggested they the wait for the office to open from the cafe across the street.

When speaking to the overly suspicious soup woman at the cafe, Picard inquired about the intercessor and noted that he sought his services. The woman did not believe him, instead suspecting that the intercessor was actually in trouble, and they were actually agents of the security forces, sent to watch the intercessor's office. (TNG: "Unification I")

Internment Camp 371 prisoners Edit

Jarok's family Edit

The wife and daughter of Alidar Jarok were individuals who lived in the 2360s.

According to Jarok, seeing his baby daughter smile was what convinced him to defect from the Romulan Star Empire and thus make a better world for her and all children. He bemoaned never seeing the child again, but remained firm in his resolve to continue with his plan. Though she would grow up believing him to be a traitor, at least she would live.

Prior to his suicide in 2366, he wrote a letter to them that he hoped they would receive some day in the future. (TNG: "The Defector")

These Romulans were only mentioned in dialogue.
Non-canon sources give his wife's name as Ai'lara Jarok (β) and his daughter's as Tiaru Jarok (β).

Koval's aide Edit

Kovals aide

Koval's aide

This aide worked for Tal Shiar Chairman Koval in 2375. He accompanied him to the banquet for the conference held on Romulus in 2375 and left Koval alone at order when Koval started a talk with Doctor Julian Bashir. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

This Romulan was played by an unknown actor.


Letant's aides Edit

Planning the attack

Letant's aides

These aides accompanied Letant in the wardroom on Deep Space 9, when the Romulans, Starfleet, and Klingons were planning the attack into Cardassian space.(DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

These Romulans were played by an unknown performers.


M'ret's aides Edit

These two aides served vice-proconsul M'ret in 2369. They were held in stasis and transported on board the IRW Khazara to defect to the Federation. Because Deanna Troi sensed that the Corvallen freighter captain was not going to keep his word to the Romulan underground movement and his ship was destroyed, they were beamed on board the USS Enterprise-D hidden in a disruptor beam. (TNG: "Face of the Enemy")

The The Sky's the Limit short story "Turncoats" gives their names as N'veran and Revaik.

Military personnel Edit

Narada personnel Edit

Neral's secretary Edit

This female Romulan was working as secretary to Proconsul Neral in 2368. She informed the Proconsul over com that the Romulan Senate had been recalled into session. (TNG: "Unification II")

This female Romulan was voiced by an unknown actress.

Nero's wife Edit

Nero's wife

Holographic recording of Nero's wife

Nero's wife was on Romulus when the planet was destroyed. Her death drove Nero into his genocidal quest for vengeance. She was pregnant with his child at the time. (Star Trek)

The holographic image of Nero's wife seen in Star Trek was played by Scottie Thompson. In the creation of her clothing for the role, a concept sketch of the character was illustrated. Costume designer Michael Kaplan noted, "She is wearing attire in keeping with Romulan notions of beauty." (Star Trek - The Art of the Film, p. 41)
While her pregnancy is hard to see in the film, it is clearly shown in Star Trek: Countdown, where her name was Mandana (β).


R'Mor's family Edit

The wife and daughter of Telek R'Mor resided on Romulus while he served his stint on the Talvath. He missed them dearly. As of 2351, his daughter was only seven months old. He had never seen her and didn't expect to until she had reached the age of two. (VOY: "Eye of the Needle")

These Romulans were only mentioned in dialogue.


Senator at conference Edit

Romulan senator at conference 1

A Romulan senator

This senator attended the conference held on Romulus in 2375. He was not part of the Romulan Continuing Committee. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

This Romulan was portrayed by background actor Kenneth Blanck who received no credit for his appearance.
His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [21]


Senators (2379) Edit

Forty-four senators, including Senator Tal'aura, were part of the Romulan Senate in 2379, headed by Praetor Hiren , when the senate discussed the further contact with Shinzon. When Tal'aura left with the excuse of meeting the Tholian ambassador, she left a thalaron radiation projector which killed all Romulans in the senate. (Star Trek Nemesis)

One of these Romulan senators was played by John Berg. The others were played by background performers, who received no credit for their performances, including Stephen Ryan, Rachelle Roderick and Jim Argenbright[22].
Romulan senators, Nemesis

The Romulan senators in 2379

Soup woman Edit

Romulan soup woman

A Romulan soup woman

The soup woman was a suspicious older female, who worked as a food server at a small cafe in the Krocton Segment on Romulus. She recommended the soup to Jean-Luc Picard and Data, who were disguised as Romulans. She disbelieved that they were from Rateg, as they claimed, because they did not speak with their "particular inflection". She theorized that they were from the security forces, sent there to watch the intercessor's office, suspecting that the intercessor was in trouble. (TNG: "Unification I")

The Romulan soup woman was played by actress Mimi Cozzens.
The costume worn by Cozzens was sold off at the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [48]
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Kassem.


Tal Shiar personnel Edit

Toreth's father Edit

The father of Toreth was a Romulan idealist who was at one time arrested by the Tal Shiar.

According to then Commander Toreth of the Romulan military, her father was an old man and devoted citizen who spoke his mind about the Romulan Empire, and as a result was dragged from his house in the middle of the night by the Tal Shiar, never to be heard from again. (TNG: "Face of the Enemy")

This man was referenced in dialog only.
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