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The following is a list of all unnamed Bajoran individuals who did not serve as part of the Bajoran Militia.

For a complete list of all individuals, see Category:Bajorans.
For unnamed Bajorans in the mirror universe, see Unnamed mirror universe inhabitants.

Admission delegation Edit

This delegation from Bajor, including several ministers, two vedeks, an aide as well as Kai Winn Adami, all attended the abortive ceremony meant to admit their homeworld into the Federation in 2373. They sat together (with exception of the aide) at a table in Deep Space 9's wardroom, with pens and paper documents awaiting their signatures.

Moments after the ceremony began, several of them showed concern when Benjamin Sisko entered the wardroom and collapsed after warning Bajor not to continue the admissions process. (DS9: "Rapture")

Akorem's familyEdit

Akorem's brother Edit

Akorem Laan's brother lived during the late 22nd century. He was killed in the winter before Laan's flight in the year 9174. (DS9: "Accession")

This brother was only mentioned in dialogue.

Akorem's wife Edit

Akorem Laan's wife lived during the late 22nd century. The two had no children. (DS9: "Accession")

This wife was only mentioned in dialogue.

Archivists Edit

These archivists were concerned about Kai Winn Adami consulting the "dark texts" such as the Book of the Kosst Amojan. In 2375, Solbor approached Winn with their concerns, but she told him to assure them that "their Kai works for the good of Bajor." (DS9: "The Changing Face of Evil")

These archivists were only mentioned in dialogue.

Assassin Edit

Bajoran Assassin, Image in the sand

A Bajoran assassin

A fanatical Pah-wraith cultist attempted to assassinate Benjamin Sisko to prevent him from finding the Orb of the Emissary. While he seriously wounded Sisko at the officer's father's home, Jake Sisko was able to both subdue and capture the assailant and rescue his father. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

Several months later, Fala told Colonel Kira Nerys that the assassin was "acting out of his own misguided beliefs" and Dukat was not involved. (DS9: "Covenant")

The assassin was played by Johnny Moran.


Bareil's aide Edit

Bajoran monk, aide to Bareil

A Bajoran monk

This monk served as an aide to Vedek Bareil Antos during his visit aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. He traveled with him aboard a Bajoran transport to the station and was present when Neela tried to assassinate Bareil. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

This monk was portrayed by an unknown actor.


B'hala Bajorans Edit

Bhala

Ancient Bajorans

A number of people, presumably Bajorans, were depicted on an icon painting of B'hala. (DS9: "Rapture")

Bilecki's fiance Edit

Lieutenant Bilecki was engaged to this national as of 2370. Benjamin Sisko used their relationship as an example of the relationships members of Deep Space 9's crew and residents had developed with Bajorans. (DS9: "The Siege")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Blessed child Edit

Blessed Bajoran child

A Bajoran baby

This female baby was carried by her mother to Chief Miles O'Brien and, at the request of her mother, blessed by him because of his new status as the village's Sirah. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This infant was portrayed by an unknown performer.


Boldaric masters Edit

The Boldaric masters were musicians who performed during the 23rd century.

In 2370, Julian Bashir found Tor Jolan's music to be slightly derivative of their work. (DS9: "Crossover")

These masters were only mentioned in dialogue..


Bureaucrat Edit

Bajoran Bureaucrat, 2369

A Bajoran bureaucrat

A member of the Bajoran Provisional Government, Kira Nerys had a very heated argument with this official, apparently about the government's request of Federation assistance, just before meeting Commander Benjamin Sisko in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

The bureaucrat was was played by actor Gene Armor.


Chamber of Ministers members Edit

Chamber of Ministers

Members of the Chamber of Ministers

The Chamber of Ministers was the head of the Bajoran Provisional Government. During a debate, while an attempted coup by the Alliance for Global Unity was taking place, Kira was able to prove to the Chamber of Ministers that the Alliance for Global Unity weapon suppliers were Cardassians. This information led to the coup being foiled. (DS9: "The Siege")

The unnamed ministers were portrayed by unknown performers.


Circle members Edit

Bajoran Circle members, The Homecoming

Three Bajorans

Three masked Bajorans, who were members of "The Circle" in 2370, attacked Quark in his bar. They branded him on his forehead with a tattoo of their group to show their claims to remove every non-Bajoran from Bajor. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

The next day, three members attacked and kidnapped Major Kira Nerys from the temple garden of the Bajoran monastery in the Bajoran Capital. They brought her to the cavern labyrinth in the Perikian Peninsula and held her hostage on the orders of Jaro Essa. When Commander Sisko, Doctor Bashir, Li Nalas, and two Bajoran security deputies tried to rescue Kira, they had a shootout with these Circle members, who were knocked unconscious. Kira was rescued. (DS9: "The Circle")

The three Bajorans in "The Homecoming" were played by unknown performers. The Bajorans in "The Circle" were played by stunt performers. It may be possible that they were played by the same people. This has yet to be verified.

Contact Edit

This female contact acknowledged Captain Jean-Luc Picard's orders and reminded him that their ship was limited to a half impulse when the USS Enterprise-D accompanied the Bajoran Antares class cruiser from Valo I to Valo III. She was stationed on the ground and communicated via a relay. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

This Bajoran was described in the script as "Female Voice", which was performed by an unknown actress.

Dahkur citizens Edit

These citizens were inhabitants of the Dahkur Province on Bajor in 2369 and 2375. (DS9: "Emissary", "The Changing Face of Evil")

The Bajorans were CGI-created.

Deep Space 9 residents Edit

Dukat's doctor Edit

This female doctor tended to Gul Dukat in 2375, shortly after he was blinded while reading the Book of the Kosst Amojan. When she thereafter spoke with Kai Winn, the doctor said she could find nothing wrong with Dukat's eyes. In conversation with Winn, however, Dukat accused the doctor of incompetence, believing a Cardassian doctor would have been able to cure his blindness by that time. (DS9: "When It Rains...")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
The doctor's gender was left unknown in the first draft script of "When It Rains...". As described in that teleplay, the doctor was to have actually appeared in the episode, briefly with Winn at the doorway of her residence, with Dukat seated inside the room. In response to Winn thanking the doctor, the physician nodded and exited. However, the script also made it clear that, out of Dukat's earshot, the doctor had informed Winn that Dukat wouldn't recover his eyesight for another two weeks.

Elemspur inmates Edit

Els' great-granddaughter Edit

The arbiter Els Renora mentioned her great-granddaughter when she compared the age of Lieutenant Jadzia Dax to her relative. She said that Dax was either two hundred years older than herself or at the same age of her great-granddaughter. (DS9: "Dax")

This Bajoran was only mentioned in dialogue.

Enterprise-E personnelEdit

Freedom fighters Edit

These six freedom fighters supported Orta and his Bajoran Resistance cell in 2368. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and an away team he led from the USS Enterprise-D tried to talk to Orta but were surprised by these freedom fighters, who pointed their weapons on the away team. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

Beside Michael Zurich, these freedom fighters were played by background performers with the last names Clark, Landi, Pentarow, Polito, and Santo.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the second pictured man's name as Quen Paltra.

Hutet personnel Edit

Gallitep personnel Edit

Government official Edit

This government official contacted Odo to see if he knew who the Noh-Jay Consortium was, because the Bajoran government wished to purchase a piece of land owned in part by the Noh-Jay Consortium, along with three other owners who had already sold their shares. (DS9: "Progress")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Jaro's aide Edit

Aide to Jaro

Minister Jaro's aide

This female served as an aide to Minister Jaro Essa in 2370.

She accompanied him to his visit on Deep Space 9 and the welcome for Li Nalas. She was also present when Minister Jaro told Commander Sisko and Major Kira that Li Nalas was the new liaison officer between Bajor and the Federation. (DS9: "The Homecoming", "The Siege")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actress.
Presumably, she was privy to Jaro's involvement with the Alliance for Global Unity and his attempted coup.


Jillur's cousins Edit

These three cousins of Jillur Gueta were known Bajoran Resistance fighters in 2366. (DS9: "Things Past")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Justice Ministry detainees Edit

According to Legate Turrel, although no Bajoran prisoners were in Cardassian hands, some Bajorans were being detained by the Cardassian Ministry of Justice for crimes against the state, but he was unwilling to discuss that matter at the time Benjamin Sisko had brought it up. (DS9: "Life Support")

These Bajorans were only mentioned in dialogue.


Kelly's daughter's project partner Edit

Ensign Kelly's daughter worked with this Bajoran girl on a prize-winning science fair project by 2370. Benjamin Sisko used their relationship as an example of the relationships members of Deep Space 9's crew and residents had developed with Bajorans. (DS9: "The Siege")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Kendra Valley inhabitantsEdit

These twelve hundred inhabitants of the Kendra Valley would have died if Kai Opaka hadn't sacrificed the lives of forty-three Bajoran Resistance members, including her own son, by telling the Cardassians the location of the resistance base there. (DS9: "The Collaborator")

These Bajorans were only mentioned in dialogue.


Laira's father Edit

In 2370, this male wouldn't let Jake Sisko date his daughter Laira because Jake was not Bajoran. Benjamin Sisko found his reasoning faulty. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mardah's parents and guardians Edit

Mardah's parents were killed during the Occupation of Bajor, leaving Mardah to be raised by her neighbors until she turned thirteen, after which she moved out on her own. (DS9: "The Abandoned")

These Bajorans were only mentioned in dialogue.

Mercenaries Edit

These two mercenaries were hired by Quark along with Durg in 2369 to assist Rao Vantika in hijacking the Federation freighter Norkova because of its deuridium shipment. Together with Durg, they boarded the runabout USS Rio Grande and beamed aboard the freighter, where they shot the captain, the cargo officer, and the helmsman. After this, they received an order to find the other crewmembers and kill them if necessary. (DS9: "The Passenger")

Neither background actor received credit for their appearances.

Monk Edit

Bajoran chanting monk

A Bajoran monk

This monk was chanting a prayer to the Prophets when Benjamin Sisko entered a temple on Bajor to meet Kai Opaka in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

This chanting monk was played by Stephen Rowe.


Moset's victims Edit

Cardassian doctor Crell Moset used thousands of Bajorans (including Tabor's family) as guinea pigs for his barbaric medical experiments. Some were blinded so he could watch how they adapted to their disability, others were exposed to polytrinic acid to see how long it took for their skin to heal. Several hundred were infected with the Fostossa virus to test various treatments for it. Years later, Tabor could still recall the patients' screams. (VOY: "Nothing Human")

These Bajorans were only mentioned in dialogue.

Opaka's son Edit

The son of Opaka was a freedom fighter whose life was sacrificed in order to save the lives of twelve hundred inhabitants of the Kendra Valley. (DS9: "The Collaborator")

This son was only mentioned in dialogue.

Pah-wraith followers Edit

Paqu advisor Edit

Paqu advisor

A Paqu advisor

This man was the advisor of Varis Sul, the tetrarch of the Paqu in 2369.

He accompanied her aboard Deep Space 9 and was present during the negotiations between Varis Sul and Woban. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This Bajoran was played by Len.


Proka's wife Edit

According to Proka Migdal, his wife and he believed that the Cardassian orphan Rugal ought not to suffer for the crimes committed by others of his species. This directly contradicted with Zolan's assertion that they were raising Rugal to hate his own kind. (DS9: "Cardassians")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
The novel The Never-Ending Sacrifice gives her name as Proka Etra (β).

Property owners Edit

Aside from the Noh-Jay Consortium, three other property owners owned a strip of land on which the Bajoran government wished to build a reclamation facility. They all sold their portions of the property. (DS9: "Progress")

This characters was only mentioned in dialogue.
It is possible that these owners might have been businesses, not individuals.

Prylar Edit

Newly elected Kai Winn

Prylar in background

This prylar was one of two that escorted Winn Adami following her election as kai by the Vedek Assembly. (DS9: "The Collaborator")

The prylar was played by an unknown actor.


Ravinok survivor Edit

Ziyal found indiscretion

A Bajoran prisoner

This Bajoran prisoner was a survivor of the Ravinok, a Cardassian prison transport. He and the other survivors of the Ravinok were enslaved by the Breen at a dilithium mine. Tora Ziyal, the daughter of Dukat's mistress, was also aboard. During the rescue by Kira and Dukat, he told them how many Breen were at the mine, and Dukat told him to get all the prisoners together. (DS9: "Indiscretion")

This Bajoran prisoner was played by an unknown actor.


Roana's husband Edit

This man was a shopkeeper who owned a shop with his wife Roana for seventeen years on Bajor before they moved to Terok Nor in 2361. They opened a shop on the Promenade, which they jointly ran until he died in 2370. A few months later, with her heart not in the business, Roana planned to close it down until convinced otherwise by Martus Mazur. (DS9: "Rivals")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Ronara bar patrons Edit

These Bajorans visited a bar on Ronara Prime in the Demilitarized Zone in 2370. The waiter was also a Bajoran. In this bar, Starfleet lieutenant Ro Laren met Santos and was introduced to the Maquis. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

Singha refugees Edit

Sirah Edit

Sirah 2369

The Sirah in 2369

This elderly man was the Sirah of a Bajoran village, led by magistrate Faren Kag, until his death in 2369.

From 2360 onward, he took on Hovath as an apprentice to be the next Sirah. Hovath was finally given a chance to take over and "defeat" the Dal'Rok in 2369, but he failed and so the elderly man decided to choose someone else in order to motivate him. When he fell ill in the next couple days, he advised the magistrate to send out a medical emergency call and request help from Deep Space 9. In Chief Miles O'Brien, he found his "successor." The man started the next story, but collapsed while the Dal'Rok threatened the village and had O'Brien repeat after him. Shortly after the Dal'Rok was defeated, he died, the village then accepting O'Brien as the next Sirah. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

The Sirah was portrayed by late actor Kay E. Kuter.


Tabor's family Edit

Tabor's brother Edit

Tabor's brother was killed by Doctor Crell Moset as a result of the Cardassian's medical experiments. He was among the thousands killed by Moset prior to 2375. (VOY: "Nothing Human")

This Bajoran was only mentioned in dialogue.

Tabor's grandfather Edit

Tabor's grandfather was among the thousands killed by Moset prior to 2375. Moset considered him old and helpless and therefore unworthy of life. He was operated on and had his internal organs exposed to nadion radiation, dying after six days. Tabor promised himself he would never forget the incident. (VOY: "Nothing Human")

This Bajoran was only mentioned in dialogue.

Terok Nor residents Edit

Timor's familyEdit

Timor's sons Edit

The two sons of bookkeeper Timor Landi and his wife lived in Rakantha Province on Bajor. (DS9: "Things Past")

These Bajorans were only mentioned in dialogue.

Timor's wife Edit

The wife of Timor Landi was living in Rakantha Province on Bajor, with him and their two sons. (DS9: "Things Past")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Torman V patron Edit

Torman V patron

A customer on Torman V

This Bajoran was a bar patron on Torman V in 2369 when Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Worf, and Doctor Crusher visited the establishment during an undercover mission. He was talking to DaiMon Solok but left when the three Starfleet officers moved closer. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I")

This Bajoran was played by regular background actor and stand-in Randy Pflug, who received no on-screen credit for this part.
The script described the crowd this alien appeared in as "a few N.D. Aliens hanging out doing deals or drinking themselves into oblivion."


Transport passenger Edit

Bajoran -2, Life support

A Bajoran man

This Bajoran man was on a transport that suffered a serious accident. He helped Kai Winn off the shuttle. (DS9: "Life Support")

The man was played by Kevin Carr.


Valo II settlers Edit

Varis' father Edit

The father of Varis Sul was the leader and tetrarch of the Bajoran Paqu faction until his death prior to 2369. His daughter, Varis Sul, became the new tetrarch after his death. The leader of the Navot, Woban, mentioned Varis Sul's father during negotiations aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This father was only mentioned in dialogue.

Vedek Assembly member (2370) Edit

Bajoran vedek, 2370

A Bajoran Vedek

This Bajoran Vedek was a member of the Vedek Assembly in 2370 and left the building which housed the Bajoran Choosing Ceremony shortly after Bareil. (DS9: "The Collaborator")

This Bajoran Vedek was played by background actor Ralph Moratz, who received no on-screen credit for this appearance.


Village gift girls Edit

These three Bajoran girls were presented as "gifts" for Chief O'Brien after he was elected as the new Sirah in 2369, to comfort his being and serve him. O'Brien told Faren Kag that his wife and daughter were on Deep Space 9 and Kag sent the gift girls away. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

All three gift girls were played by background performers, who received no on-screen credit for their appearances. Either of the two female actresses to play these characters were Everdina Boyd and Jeanne Bascowe.

Villager Edit

Female Bajoran villager 2369

A Bajoran woman

This Bajoran woman asked for Chief O'Brien's blessing for her daughter after he had been proclaimed as the new Sirah of her village. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This Bajoran woman was played by Amy Benedict.


Villagers Edit

These Bajoran villagers lived in a village on Bajor, led by magistrate Faren Kag and guided by the storyteller, the Sirah in 2369. Because of several difficulties and hate among them in the past, the Sirah created the Dal'Rok, a manifestation of fear and pessimism of the villagers, from a fragment of an orb. The purpose of creating the Dal'Rok was to unite the villagers against a common foe. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

All Bajoran villagers were played by background performers who received no on-screen credit for their appearances.
Six of them were only seen during one shot because their scene was filmed in front of a blue screen. The other performers filmed their scenes at Paramount Stage 18, the Bajoran village set location.