Memory Alpha

Unnamed Humans (23rd century)

Revision as of 09:35, February 20, 2012 by Ltarex (Talk | contribs)

40,433pages on
this wiki
Multiple realities
(covers information from several alternate timelines)

The following is a list of unnamed Humans from the 23rd century. Unnamed Humans who were members of Starfleet will be listed at the lists of Starfleet personnel.

Ambassador's aide

Fox aide

Fox's aide in 2267

This ambassadorial aide accompanied Ambassador Robert Fox aboard the USS Enterprise for a diplomatic mission to Eminiar VII in 2267. He was last seen slumped in a corner after a fire fight with Eminian guards, and was presumably killed. (TOS: "A Taste of Armageddon")

The aide was played by Malone who received no credit for his appearance.

Amerind inhabitants

Argelius II bar patrons

These two patrons were present in a bar on Argelius II, watching the belly dancer Kara in 2267. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

They were played by Joe Paz and an unknown actor. The first man wore a colonist jumpsuit from "The Devil in the Dark", the second one (played by Paz) wore High Commissioner Ferris' costume from "The Galileo Seven".

Babel Conference delegate #1

Human delegate journey to babel

A Conference delegate

This diplomat was among the delegates of the Babel Conference, and traveled on the USS Enterprise, in 2268. (TOS: "Journey to Babel")

The delegate was played by an unknown performer The same actor also played a workman in TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles".
He was wearing the costume originally worn by Commissioner Ferris in "The Galileo Seven".

Babel Conference delegate #2

Human delegate journey to babel 2

A Conference delegate

This diplomat was also among the delegates of the Babel Conference, and traveled on the USS Enterprise, in 2268. (TOS: "Journey to Babel")

The delegate was played by Joe Paz.
He was wearing the costume originally worn by Lazarus in "The Alternative Factor".

Charles Evans' parents

The parents of Charles Evans were members of a scientific expedition to planet Thasus in 2252. Their ship crashed, and they were killed along with everyone on board, with the exception of the 3 years old Charlie. (TOS: "Charlie X")

Children on library computer tape

These children were seen on a memory tape in the USS Enterprise's library computer in 2269, as a representation of Earth life in the 2260s. (TAS: "One of Our Planets Is Missing")

Deneva inhabitants

Deep Space Station K-7 personnel

Earth Spacedock personnel

Elba II inhabitants

Federation President

Federation President, 2286

The Federation President in 2286

In 2286, this unnamed Federation President presided over the Council's deliberations concerning the actions of Admiral James T. Kirk, who had hijacked the USS Enterprise and caused an interstellar incident with the Klingons at the Genesis planet. Ultimately, the Council decided to charge Kirk with nine violations of Starfleet regulations.

When the Whale Probe approached Earth, transmitting its destructive message into the planet's atmosphere, the President decided to broadcast a planetary distress signal to warn all ships to stay away from Earth. Following the Whale Probe incident (in which Kirk and his crew saved the planet), the President and the Council agreed to drop all but one of the charges against the Enterprise crew, the remaining charge simply resulting in Kirk being demoted to Captain - as he wanted all along - in gratitude for their service to Earth and the Federation. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The president was portrayed by Robert Ellenstein.
The president in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is named Hiram Roth in the non-canonical novel Articles of the Federation by Keith R.A. DeCandido. He also appeared in several issues of DC's Star Trek comics.

Female on the Elysian Council

Human Elysian Councilor

A female on the Elysian Council

A Human female was a former crewmember of a vessel trapped in the Delta Triangle. By 2269 she served as a member of the Elysian Council on Elysia. (TAS: "The Time Trap")

It has been suggested by the Star Trek Concordance that this woman was wearing what was "possibly an early Star Fleet [sic] uniform". While it is known that the Bonaventure, and possibly other Earth/Federation ships, were lost in the years prior to 2269, it is unclear if this is indeed she was a member of Starfleet or from which era she originated.

Iowa Cop

Police officer 2240s

An Iowa cop

In an alternate reality, this Iowa cop attempted to apprehend a young James T. Kirk in the 2240s after Kirk stole his stepfather's Corvette. He wore a specialized, mechanical mask in order to effectively ride his hovercruiser.

He only caught up with Kirk after the Corvette fell into a quarry, and Kirk nearly with it. (Star Trek)

The Iowa cop was portrayed by stunt actor Jeremy Fitzgerald. His voice was provided by the film's director, J.J. Abrams, although it was altered.
As originally shot, Fitzgerald's face was visible to the audience, but Abrams decided in post-production to digitally add a mask to hide his face. (Star Trek DVD commentary)

James T. Kirk's stepfather

In an alternate reality, James T. Kirk's stepfather was angry at Kirk for stealing his Corvette in the 2240s. He was married to Winona and was responsible for much of Kirk's upbringing in Riverside, Iowa. (Star Trek)

Kirk's stepdad was unseen in the film, but his voice over the Nokia phone was provided by Greg Grunberg (J.J. Abrams' "good luck charm").
Kirk's stepdad replaced the concept of Kirk's uncle Frank, an alcoholic abusive man played by Brad William Henke in scenes deleted from the film.
The novelization essentially merges the characters, making the abusive adult the step-father and giving him the name Frank.

James T. Kirk's uncle

James T. Kirk's uncle owned a farm in Idaho in the 2280s. It was at his farm that his nephew Jim met Antonia in 2282. (Star Trek Generations)

Presumably, the uncle would have been the brother of George or Winona Kirk, though it could have been a long time family friend. In 2009's Star Trek, an uncle Frank was cut from the script and reworked into the stepdad heard in the film.

Janus VI colony personnel


These six journalists from Starfleet Broadcasting were present at the maiden voyage of the USS Enterprise-B in 2293. They interviewed Captain James T. Kirk, Scotty, and Chekov after their tour aboard the ship. Later they witnessed the destruction of the SS Lakul and the SS Robert Fox. During the following rescue mission two of them were recruited as nurses and had problems in sickbay controlling a panicked and disoriented El-Aurian survivor named Tolian Soran who demanded to be sent back where he came from. Three of them wore head-mounted video cameras. (Star Trek Generations)

The three latter actors received no credit for their appearance.

Karidian Company of Players

Kevin Riley's parents

The parents of Kevin Riley were inhabitants of Tarsus IV in 2246, when they were sentenced to death by the colony's governor, Kodos. Riley was haunted by the events, and wanted to take revenge on his parents' murderer, when Kodos (disguised as Anton Karidian) visited the USS Enterprise in 2266. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

Launch spectators

These Human civilians watched the christening of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B from the drydock orbiting Earth in 2293 and applauded to this event. (Star Trek Generations)

All Humans were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The dress worn by the fourth pictured woman was originally created for Alsia in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Rivals" and was re-used throughout several Star Trek films and episodes. It was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Leonard McCoy's ex-wife

When James T. Kirk and Leonard McCoy met in 2255 of an alternate reality, McCoy was recently divorced from his wife. He exaggerated that his wife "got the whole planet" in the settlement, and that was his reason for entering Starfleet. (Star Trek)

The ex-wife was presumably the mother of Joanna McCoy. It is likely that she also existed in the prime reality.

Macbeth audience

These Planet Q inhabitants were among the audience of the Karidian Company of Players' performance of William Shakespeare's Macbeth in 2266. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

Maiden voyage officials

These four officials were present on the bridge of the USS Enterprise-B in 2293 during the official maiden voyage of the starship. They were interviewed by several journalists and witnessed later the destruction of the SS Lakul and the SS Robert Fox. (Star Trek Generations)

All four officials were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The first pictured man also worked as a background actor on the comic adaptation Batman & Robin in 1997 (as a party guest) and The Nanny episode "The Nanny and the Hunk Producer" in 1997 (as an audience member at the Tony Awards).
The fourth pictured man only appeared in a brief moment on the bridge watching the monitors.

Memory Alpha personnel

Merchantman personnel

Motherlode inhabitants

Omicron colony personnel

Psi 2000 personnel

Regula I personnel

Riverside Construction worker

Riverside construction worker, alternate reality

A construction worker

In the alternate reality, a construction worker at the Riverside Shipyard commented on James T. Kirk's motorcycle, saying "Nice ride". Kirk promptly tossed him the key to the bike as he boarded a shuttle for recruits. (Star Trek)

The construction worker was played by Robert Clendenin.

Sevrin's girl

Sevrin Girl

A follower of Dr. Sevrin

This girl was a follower of Doctor Sevrin. She rejected modern technological life to search for the mythical planet Eden with Sevrin's group. (TOS: "The Way to Eden")

The girl was played by Phyllis Douglas.

San Francisco bar visitors

Shipyard Bar visitors

Starbase 11 personnel

Starfleet Headquarters personnel

Starnes Exploration Party members

Tantalus colony personnel

Terra 10 inhabitans

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki