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The following is a list of unnamed Klingon military personnel who served during the 24th century.

Ajilon Prime soldiers Edit

These two soldiers entered the ward of the Federation field hospital on Ajilon Prime in 2373 where they killed the two Starfleet guards. They were later forced to withdraw their attack when Jake Sisko fired a phaser rifle in their general direction, causing the ceiling to cave in and seal off the entryway where they were firing from. (DS9: "Nor the Battle to the Strong")

Both Klingons were played by stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.
In the Star Trek Customizable Card Game, the Klingon played by Tom Morga was given the name Voktak.

Borg drone Edit

Assimilated Klingon

A Klingon assimilated by the Borg

This warrior was assimilated by the Borg sometime prior of 2373. A vision of his former identity was experienced by Seven of Nine that year. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

Played by an unknown actor.


Deep Space 9Edit

Bidder Edit

Klingon bidder

A Klingon bidder

This female warrior was present as a bidder during an auction at Quark's at the end of the year 2373. (DS9: "In the Cards")

The Klingon bidder was uncredited played by regular extra and stand-in Cathy DeBuono. The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Meraht. [1]


Officers Edit

Thiese two officers confronted Laas on the promenade after Laas had changed into fog. The first Klingon ordered Laas never to change forms in front of him. He said that Laas, whom he considered a Founder, had the blood of Klingon warriors on his hands. When he drew his knife, Laas morphed a large knife in his hand. Odo restrained the Klingon officer, but his companion started to draw his knife, and Laas stabbed the companion, killing him. (DS9: "Chimera")

Flag officers Edit

These high ranking flag officers of the Klingon Defense Forces attended a meeting on Deep Space 9 in 2375 along with General Chu'vok, Martok, Worf, and Chancellor Gowron. Gowron decided that Martok should attack Sarpedion V, headquarters for the Cardassian Twelfth Order. During the following discussion these Klingons witnessed the fight between Gowron and Worf and Worf's later decision that Martok should be the next Klingon chancellor. (DS9: "Tacking Into the Wind")

These Klingons were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Gowron's officers Edit

These two officers served aboard the Klingon Vor'cha-class battle cruiser which brought Gowron aboard the Enterprise-D in 2369. The male officer beamed with Gowron aboard and guarded him into the observation lounge. The female officer was on the holodeck when Gowron met the clone of Kahless and defeated him in battle. Later, both officers remained on the holodeck to seek a vision of Kahless. (TNG: "Rightful Heir")

Gowron's staff Edit

These officers came aboard Deep Space 9 in 2375 when Chancellor Gowron visited the station to honor General Martok with the Star of Kahless. They attended the ceremony in the wardroom. (DS9: "When It Rains...")

These Klingons were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The first two that arrived through the airlock with Gowron were specifically identified in the script as his adjutants, while the rest were identified simply as "N.D. Klingons".

K'mpec's guard Edit

Kmpecs aide

A Klingon aide

This officer served as aide to Chancellor K'mpec in 2367 and guarded Captain Picard to K'mpec's quarters aboard his Klingon attack cruiser. (TNG: "Reunion")

This Klingon officer was portrayed by an unknown actor.


Martok's sponsor Edit

After much effort, Martok's father found somebody to sponsor Martok for officer candidacy. (DS9: "Once More Unto the Breach")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Martok's task force Edit

Soldiers on shore leave 1 Edit

Klingon warrioress 1

A Klingon warrioress

Several warriors, including this female, were from the task force, led by General Martok, that visited DS9 in 2372.

During their visited to the station, they were present at Quark's. Quark noticed that something was amiss because the ambient noise level in his bar "was less than thirty decibels," noting that "on an average day it's sixty-five. When there're Klingons in the room, it can go as high as eighty-five." Quark also pointed out "the way they're watching the room," observing that "It's like they're picking out targets." (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

The female Klingon was played by regular extra Kathleen Demor, who received no credit for her appearance.
Of these Klingons, the script noted during their visit: "The mood is subdued. There are several tables full of Klingons scattered around the room. But the Klingons are uncharacteristically somber. They're stone-faced and serious, talking quietly among themselves, and carefully watching the room."


Soldiers on shore leave 2 Edit

Klingon warrior on DS9 2372

A Klingon warrior

Numerous warrior, including this male warriors, joined other Klingons for shore leave aboard Deep Space 9 in 2372 and were on the promenade the morning following the arrival of the fleet. They were assigned to the task force, led by General Martok that arrived at the station the previous day. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by regular background actor Julious Keys, who received no credit for his appearances.
The script notes described of these warriors "The activity on the Promenade is light, except for a sprinkling of Klingons, scattered about in groups of twos and threes. The Klingons don't seem to be doing much of anything, just talking quietly among themselves and watching the Promenade. But there's something meticulous about their placement and military about their bearing, almost like they're sentries on watch."
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the male warrior's name as Bregath.

Boarding party officer 1 Edit

Klingon warrior 1

A Klingon warrior

This warrior was part of the Klingon task force in 2372. They boarded Deep Space 9 during the confrontation between the Klingon Empire and the Federation over the invasion of Cardassia.

He tried to get into the room with the Detapa Council but was shot by Garak. Later he was beamed directly on Ops and knocked Chief Miles O'Brien out. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone, who received no on-screen credit for this appearance.


Boarding party officer 2 Edit

Klingon warrior 2 DS9

A Klingon warrior

This warrior was part of the Klingon task force in 2372. He was among the Klingons who boarded the Promenade on Deep Space 9 but was stopped by a few Bajoran deputies.

Later he was beamed directly to Ops where fought with Captain Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by regular stunt actor Christopher Doyle, who received no credit for this appearance.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Khos.


Boarding party officer 3 Edit

Klingon warrior 3 ds9

A Klingon warrior

This warrior was part of the Klingon task force in 2372. He boarded the Promenade of Deep Space 9 along with other Klingons but was stopped by a few Bajoran deputies.

Later he was beamed directly into Ops where he first fought with Lieutenant Commander Worf and later stabbed his d'k tahg into Major Kira Nerys' side. Kira then knocked him out. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by stunt actor Ken Lesco, who received no credit for this appearance.


Boarding party officer 4 Edit

Klingon warrior 4 ds9

A Klingon warrior

This warrior was part of the Klingon task force which boarded Deep Space 9 in 2372. He was beamed directly into Ops where he was shot by Major Kira Nerys. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by stunt actor Ken Clark, who received no credit for this appearance.


Boarding party officer 5 Edit

Klingon warrior 5 ds9

A Klingon warrior

This warrior was part of the Klingon task force in 2372. He was beamed directly into Ops and shot by Captain Sisko. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by an unknown stunt actor.


Boarding party officer 6 Edit

Klingon warrior 6

A Klingon warrior

This warrior was part of the Klingon task force in 2372. Among other Klingons he boarded Deep Space 9 and was stunned by a Bajoran security deputy on the Promenade.

Later he was beamed directly into Ops and fought with Captain Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by regular stunt actor Irving E. Lewis, who received no on-screen credit for this appearance.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Kahmis. [2]


Boarding party officer 7 Edit

This warrior was part of the Klingon task force in 2372. Among other Klingons he boarded the Promenade of Deep Space 9 but was stopped by a few Bajoran deputies.

Later he stunned a Bajoran deputy and tried to attack Constable Odo but was shot by Doctor Julian Bashir.

Later he was among the boarding group which tried to invade Ops and fought against Captain Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This Klingon was played by regular stunt actor Tom Morga, who received no on-screen credit for this appearance.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Vorax.


Officer Edit

In an alternate timeline created by the USS Enterprise-C, this Bird-of-Prey officer contacted the Enterprise-D and told "Federation ship Enterprise. Surrender and prepare to be boarded." (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

This officer, scripted as "com voice", was voiced by an unknown actor.
The stage direction in the script notes suggested that this Klingon is "possibly Worf".


Son of K'Vok Edit

Son of K'Vok

The son of K'Vok

The son of K'Vok was a Klingon warrior assimilated by the Borg during the latter half of the 24th century.

In 2375, when the USS Voyager encountered a Borg vinculum, Seven of Nine began to experience the personalities of various assimilated individuals, including the son of K'Vok.

Seven, under his personality, was responsible for eating the leg of Kelaran wildebeest Neelix had prepared for Ensign Ryson's birthday and initiated a Klingon mating ritual with B'Elanna Torres. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

Portrayed by an unknown actor.


Starship personnel lists Edit

Torak's guard Edit

Toraks guard

A Klingon officer

This officer served as guard for Governor Torak in 2369 when the governor met with Captain Jean-Luc Picard aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Aquiel")

This Klingon officer was played by an unknown actor.


Warriors at Ty'Gokor Edit

Burly warrior Edit

Burly Klingon

A burly Klingon

The burly Klingon was one of the Klingons selected to join the Order of the Bat'leth in 2373. Benjamin Sisko knocked him down, apparently to get to the barrel of bloodwine, but it was really because the Klingon was bragging about killing several officers on a Federation starship, including the ship's Tellarite helmsman and the ship's captain Laporin, one of Sisko's classmates at the Academy. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

The burly Klingon was played by Robert Budaska.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Wo'Din.


Drunken warriorEdit

Drunken Klingon, Apocalypse rising

A drunken Klingon

The drunken Klingon was one of the Klingons selected to join the Order of the Bat'leth in 2373. He head-butted O'Brien, who was in disguise, in order to expose Gowron as a Changeling. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

The drunken Klingon was played by stunt actor Tony Epper.


Head guard Edit

Klingon Head guard, Apocalypse rising

A Klingon head guard

The Klingon head guard was assigned to Ty'Gokor in the 2373. He was vaporized by a Klingon disruptor fired by a Changeling posing as Martok. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

The Klingon head guard was played by actor Robert Zachar.


Guards Edit

These Klingon guards served at Ty'Gokor in 2373, when the Order of the Bat'leth was playced there. The first guard was shot by the Changeling, who posed as Martok and the second one was stabbed by him. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

The Klingon guards were played by stunt performers, who received no on-screen credits for their appearances.

Towering warriorEdit

Towering Klingon

The towering Klingon

The towering Klingon was one of the Klingons selected to join the Order of the Bat'leth in 2373. He saw Odo, who was in disguise as a Klingon, with an emitter that he was going to use to expose Gowron as a Changeling. When he asked what it was, Worf told him that it was a Vulcan toy. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

The Towering Klingon was played by regular stunt actor John Lendale Bennett.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Margh.


Warriors Edit

These warriors were among the Klingons selected to join the Order of the Bat'leth in 2373 on Ty'Gokor. They consumed bloodwine and performed Klingon songs. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

Wrestling warriorEdit

Klingon wrestler

A wrestling Klingon

The wrestling Klingon was one of the Klingons selected to join the Order of the Bat'leth in 2373. He was seen wrestling another Klingon. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

The wrestling Klingon was played by stunt icon Gene LeBell, who received no credit for his appearance.


Young warriorEdit

Young Klingon

A young Klingon

The young Klingon was one of the Klingons selected to join the Order of the Bat'leth in 2373. In order to get a better view of Gowron, he stood on a statue where an emitter, which was going to be used to expose Gowron as a Changeling, was hidden. Odo in disguise as a Klingon asked him to move, when he refused, Odo grabbed him and threw him to the ground. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

The young Klingon was played by regular extra and stand-in Ivor Bartels.


Warriors on Q'onoS Edit

Duras' assassins Edit

These two assassins worked for Duras, son of Ja'rod in 2366. They were loyal to the House of Duras and Duras let them attack Kurn, Worf's cha'DIch and brother. Kurn was badly wounded when one of them used a kut'luch. Later, they were in the Great Hall and were sent after Captain Jean-Luc Picard by Duras. They followed him to the house of Kahlest and attacked him after he spoke to the elderly Klingon woman. Picard was able to knock one of them unconscious but was hit by the second one. Kahlest killed the second one by throwing a dagger. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")

Duras' kidnappers Edit

These two officers were loyal to the House of Duras. In 2368 during the Klingon Civil War they kidnapped Worf after they knocked him down in a Klingon nightclub on Qo'noS. They took him to the family home of the Duras sisters. (TNG: "Redemption II")

Both stunt performers received no credit for their appearance.
They filmed their scenes on 17 July 1991 on Paramount Stage 9.

Nightclub patrons Edit

These warriors were drinking, fighting, and eating in a Klingon nightclub in the Capital City in early 2368. Some of them were also present in the Great Hall when Gowron killed Kulge and gave the life of Toral to Worf who refused to kill him. (TNG: "Redemption II")

All Klingon background performers appeared in various scenes throughout the episode. The Klingon actors are Acerno, Beckett, Thomas J. Booth, Michael Braveheart, R. Bruce, Arvo Katajisto, Mark Lentry, Wilfred Moore, Michael Moorehead, S. Moriarty, Greg Poole, Keith Rayve, Watts, and Harry Young.
The six councilmen with capes in the scene in the Great Hall were played by Wilfred Moore, Greg Poole, Michael Moorehead, Thomas J. Booth, Arvo Katajisto, and S. Moriarty.

Vagh's guards Edit

These four guards served under Governor Vagh of Krios Prime.

The first two guarded the office of the governor when an away team of the USS Enterprise-D including Ambassador Kell beamed into the place.

The other two guards accompanied Vagh aboard the Enterprise-D. They first restrained Worf when he tried to stop Geordi La Forge from murdering the governor and later held Ambassador Kell restrained. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")

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