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The following is a list of unnamed Ferengi.

Bidder Edit

Ferengi bidder, 2369

Auction bidder

This businessman visited Deep Space 9 in 2369. He was one of the bidders on Quark's and Vash's auction for Gamma Quadrant artifacts, held at Quark's Bar, alongside another Ferengi named Stol. (DS9: "Q-Less")

This character was played by regular background actor and stand-in David B. Levinson who normally portrayed Broik.
Though his name was not mentioned in the episode, though according to the cast list in the script, his name might have at one time been considered "Kro." [1]


Bok's associates Edit

These two Ferengi worked for Bok in 2370 when he tried to take his revenge against Captain Jean-Luc Picard. They worked on a Ferengi vessel along with Tol. When Captain Picard beamed aboard to save the life of Jason Vigo and told the Ferengi the truth about Bok's revenge they arrested him. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

Bok's son Edit

This Ferengi was the son of Bok and served in the Ferengi Alliance in the mid-24th century. He was made a DaiMon in 2355 and commanded a Ferengi starship.

On his first voyage as DaiMon, he engaged the USS Stargazer for unknown reasons. He was killed in the subsequent battle, and for fifteen years, the commanding officer of the Stargazer, Jean-Luc Picard, was pursued by Bok out of revenge for his son's death. (TNG: "The Battle", "Bloodlines")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
He was named Flax (β) in The Buried Age.

Businessmen Edit

There three businessmen attended the conference for business opportunities in the Gamma Quadrant held by Grand Nagus Zek aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369 beside Gral, Krax, Nava, Hoex, and Turot. Zek also appeared to announce his heir apparent during the meeting. The businessmen, along with the others, were shocked when Zek named Quark as his successor. (DS9: "The Nagus")

The three Ferengi businessmen were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Criminal Edit

Ferengi criminal 1

A Ferengi 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 Ferengi was guilty of. (DS9: "Vortex", "If Wishes Were Horses", "The Forsaken", "Dramatis Personae", "Duet", "In the Hands of the Prophets", "The Circle", "Profit and Loss", "Sanctuary")

This image of a Ferengi is either a digital image or was portrayed by an unknown actor


Customer Edit

Ferengi customer, 2370

Customer

This customer visited Quark's in 2370 where he sat through Quark's sales pitch for the vacuum desiccated disc's which were supposed to contain the remains of Plegg. When Odo interrupted asking how much for the disc, Quark explained that he was about the tell this customer, who he called "my good friend here" for the cost of "a mere three strips of latinum." When the customer heard the price he promptly got up and left. (DS9: "The Alternate")

This unidentified Ferengi, called an "N.D. Ferengi" in the script, was played by an unknown actor.


Fort Knox burglars Edit

These two burglers attempted unsuccessfully to break into Earth's Fort Knox in 2365.

In 2375, Tom Paris noted this incident to Captain Kathryn Janeway when she compared a damaged Borg sphere to Fort Knox and asked Paris to explain the comparison to a confused Tuvok. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

These Ferengi were only mentioned in dialogue.

Historian Edit

This historian collected information in 2364 pertaining to the history of space travel within the Federation, with the intention of selling it as a nostalgic gift. One of the photographs from the database showed an elderly Shannon Janeway and her family. Upon being presented with the image by Neelix in 2375, Kathryn Janeway remarked that she would have been his first customer. (VOY: "11:59")

This Ferengi was only mentioned in dialogue.

Marauder personnel Edit

Prinadora's father Edit

This man was the father of Prinadora. He swindled his son-in-law Rom out of all his money after Rom fell in love with his daughter and wanted to renew their marriage contract. (DS9: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")

This Ferengi was only mentioned in dialogue.

Quark's personnel Edit

Renegades Edit

These renegades assisted DaiMon Lurin in the take over of the Enterprise-D in 2369. They manned two Klingon Bird-of-Prey and beamed on board the Enterprise-D, where they were stationed on several locations on board, including the transporter room, main engineering, and the sickbay. They beamed dozens of crewmembers on the surface of Ligos VII and held some other as hostages on the bridge. The Ferengi were overpowered by the teenage Jean-Luc Picard, Keiko O'Brien, Guinan, and Ro Laren, with the help of Alexander Rozhenko. (TNG: "Rascals")

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the second pictured Ferengi's name as Krunk.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the fourth pictured Ferengi's name as Borts.
One of these Ferengi was played by background actor Adam Lieberman. Some of them had dialogue (however it could be ADR voice overs).

Reyga's family Edit

The family of Doctor Reyga insisted that no autopsy be performed, as the doctor's body was not to be touched until the Ferengi death ritual could be carried out. Dr. Beverly Crusher hoped to change their mind, given the circumstances of his death, but Captain Jean-Luc Picard assured her they were insistent.

Later, after she performed the autopsy anyway, finding nothing, Picard chastised hr, saying the family would have to be notified and would no doubt react strongly to her actions. (TNG: "Suspicions")

This family was only mentioned in dialogue.

Secretary Edit

Ferengi secretary, Family business

A Ferengi secretary

This secretary worked at the office of Ferengi Commerce Authority Liquidator Brunt in the Tower of Commerce in 2371. He charged visitors three slips of Gold-pressed latinum to sit while waiting or one to stand. Quark managed to negotiate a price of two slips to sit. (DS9: "Family Business")

This Ferengi was played by Mel Green.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Skron.


Sub-nagus and his sisterEdit

Quark once worked as an apprentice with a district sub-nagus. He impressed the sub-nagus so much, he became the official's "golden boy". Unfortunately, Quark became involved with the sub-nagus' sister (forgetting Rule of Acquisition 112) and was fired. (DS9: "Playing God")

The sister was called Gera (β) in Dawn of the Eagles.