The following is a list of unnamed Anticans.
Antican delegate Edit
This Antican delegate accompanied Badar N'D'D aboard the USS Enterprise-D to peace talks with the enemy Selay on the planet Parliament. (TNG: "Lonely Among Us")
The Antican delegate was played by background actor Steve Cassavantes, who received no credit for his appearance.
Apart from this character, the other Anticans had far less facial hair than Badar N'D'D and were shorter in stature.
Antican in the Bonestell Recreation Facility Edit
This Antican was present on Starbase Earhart in the Bonestell Recreation Facility in 2327 and watched a dom-jot game. (TNG: "Tapestry")
This Antican was played by regular background actress Tracee Cocco who received no credit for this appearance.
Antican on Starbase 173 Edit
This Antican was seen in the officer's lounge of Starbase 173 in early 2365, chatting with a female Starfleet command officer. (TNG: "The Measure Of A Man")
Antican on Risa Edit
This Antican was vacationing on Risa in late 2366 at the same resort that Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Vash stayed when they visited the planet. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")
Antican on Qualor II Edit
This Antican was enjoying a drink in a bar, run by a Zakdorn, on Qualor II in early 2368, the same bar where Amarie entertained the guests with her music. (TNG: "Unification II")
This Antican was played by background actor Jerry Crowl, who received no credit for this appearance.
The call sheet for Wednesday 18 September 1991
is listing him as "Dog Man Patron".
Antican on Deep Space 9 Edit
This female Antican lived for at least two years (from 2369 to 2370) on Deep Space 9 and was often seen walking on the Promenade. (DS9: "Melora", "The Alternate")
She visited the Promenade when Kai Opaka had a tour of the station. (DS9: "Battle Lines")
She left the station when the Bajorans were taking control of Deep Space 9 in early 2370, but returned as soon as the Starfleet personnel returned. (DS9: "The Siege")
The Antican on Deep Space 9 was played by regular background actress Tracee Lee Cocco, who received no credit for her performances.