Unnamed personnel Edit
Klingon commandant Edit
This commandant was a Klingon of short stature, who was in charge of the penal colony on Rura Penthe in 2293. He welcomed the new prisoners to the colony, including James T. Kirk and Leonard McCoy, and demonstrated to them the consequences of failing to comply with the rules – death.
It was later revealed to Kirk and McCoy that the commandant was part of the Khitomer conspiracy and was ordered by General Chang to allow them to make an escape attempt so they would appear to have been killed while trying to escape. The commandant captured them escaping as planned, and was about to tell them who wanted them killed before executing them, when they were beamed aboard the USS Enterprise-A.
Klingon guards 1 Edit
The first guard used a painstik on Kolos and was promptly attacked by Archer in retaliation. After Archer was subdued, the guard threatened to have Archer spend the night on the surface where no one survives.
Klingon guards 2 Edit
Klingon guard in mine Edit
Klingon guards in mine Edit
Unnamed prisoners Edit
Alien prisoners Edit
Behemoth alien Edit
This humanoid was noticeably taller and stronger than most. He was incarcerated at Rura Penthe in 2293 and was an acquaintance of Martia. When Captain James Kirk and Doctor Leonard McCoy first arrived at the prison the Behemoth alien seized Kirk, picking him up above head-level and demanding both his "allegiance to the Brotherhood of Aliens" and his coat. Kirk was unable to understand him as his universal translator had been confiscated. The behemoth later backed off at Martia's insistence and Kirk was allowed to keep his outerwear. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Horned alien Edit
In 2293, he started a fight with Captain James Kirk, who was able to incapacitate the alien with a kick to both knees, Martia pointed out "not everyone keeps their genitals in the same place." As a gesture of truce, Kirk tells Dr. McCoy to help the creature recover so there won't be any lingering hard feelings. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Humanoid on surface Edit
The commandant told the arriving prisoners, including James T. Kirk and Leonard McCoy, that they should work well so they would be treated well, and if they would work badly they would suffer the same fate. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Humanoids in mines Edit
Klingon prisoner in mine Edit
Klingons in common area Edit
These two Klingon prisoner were imprisoned on Rura Penthe, when Kirk and McCoy were also imprisoned there, in 2293.
One was an older male who wore ragged clothes, and the second was very tall in stature. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Klingons in mines Edit
Klingon on surface Edit
This prisoner froze to death on the surface of Rura Penthe, when he was brought to the surface as punishment in 2293. His corpse was seen by Kirk, McCoy and Maria when they escaped the prison camp. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Background information Edit
Klingon guards Edit
In deleted scenes from Star Trek, the Klingons captured the Narada after the USS Kelvin crashed into it and imprisoned Nero for the next twenty-five years. These Klingon guards wore helmets and thick coats, which costume designer Michael Kaplan respectively modeled on a horseshoe crab and elephant and rhino skin. (Star Trek - The Art of the Film, p. 42)
J.J. Abrams said the masks allowed them to avoid selecting Klingons that did or did not have the augment virus. According to him and the producers on the audio commentary for the deleted scenes, the Klingons come up to Nero in large numbers and throw him a chain to cuff himself because they're actually scared of him.
Around twenty Klingons were guarding the area the slaves were working. Most of them were armed with rifles and pistols and all of them were wearing helmets and coats. A group of six interrogated FourSquare and then thew some handcuffs to Nero to bring him to his interrogation. Two Klingon guards then escorted Nero through the tunnels of the plant and three were present when the interrogator questioned Nero. Nero later overwhelmed two Klingon guards when they brought him back into his cell. The Klingons in the deleted scenes were played by background performers including Terryl Daluz, Brandon Stacy, Scott Trimble, James D. Weston II, Cole Fritch, and Henry Jenkins and stunt actors T.J. Storm and Troy Brenna. For the wide shot in which the production used child actors, John Alan Bartlebaugh portrayed one of the Klingon guards.
Klingon interrogator Edit
The Klingon interrogator led the interrogation of Nero after he was brought in by the guards. He presented Nero his writings and drawings and told him he believe Nero is from the future. He also used a Centaurian slug on him. The interrogator was played by actor Victor Garber.
The deleted scene also included many extras, including creatures that were homages to the Gorn and the M-113 creature. Among the prisoners were background performers Adam Absinthe, Mark Casimir Dyniewicz, Michael Lovern, Sarah Abrams Char, and Michael John Feig. Tad Atkinson portrayed an Amphibian prisoner while Paul A. Brown portrayed the "O Alien".   There were also at least three more Romulan prisoners.
In a deleted scene, an alien named "4-Square" – who was named because he had four eyes – had kept papers of Nero's plans in his cell and was interrogated by the Klingon guards after when they found them in his cell. This alien was played by actor Tommy Germanovich and his make-up was created by Barney Burman and his company Proteus Make-up FX Team. It was given the name Quocch (β) in the Nero, Number Two comic book.