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The following is a list of unnamed Humans from the 24th century.

Unnamed Humans who were members of Starfleet will be listed at the lists of Starfleet personnel.

Amanda Rogers' parents

Amanda Rogers' parents

Amanda Rodgers' parents

Amanda Rogers' parents were Q who had taken Human form and then conceived a child. They were executed when Amanda was still a baby for being unable to resist using the power of the Q by the Q Continuum while living on Earth in Topeka, Kansas. After their death, Amanda was adopted by couple who served in Starfleet as marine biologists. (TNG: "True Q")

Amanda Rogers' parents were played by an unknown actor and actress.


Arbitrator, Author, author

A Federation arbitrator

This arbitrator was a Federation official who presided over a legal dispute between holonovel publisher Ardon Broht and The Doctor in 2378 after Broht published the Doctor's holonovel Photons Be Free despite having agreed to hold off until the Doctor completed a revision. Broht argued that, as a hologram, The Doctor had no legal right to contest his actions. Though the arbitrator was unwilling to make any sort of legal ruling as to the rights of holograms, he did rule that Broht had breached the contract and ordered him to withdraw the holonovel from circulation. (VOY: "Author, Author")

The arbitrator was played by Joseph Campanella.


Jeremy Aster's aunt and uncle, whom he went to live with after the death of his mother, Marla Aster. It was not made clear if this was Marla's brother and wife or sister and husband. (TNG: "The Bonding")

Jeremy's aunt and uncle were only mentioned in dialogue.

Baby in Data's memory

Psychotronic stability examination 5

A Human baby

This baby was one of the events and persons Lieutenant Commander Data was seen during the Psychotronic stability examination he did in 2365. (TNG: "The Schizoid Man")

This baby was played by an unknown performer.

Beach goers

Beach, Inside Man

Beach goers

Beach goers where Deanna Troi was relaxing in the sun on Earth. (VOY: "Inside Man")

The beach goers were played by unknown performers.

Bobruisk transporter operator

This female individual operated the transporter at the Bobruisk Earth Station in 2367 and contacted Chief O'Brien aboard the USS Enterprise-D. She informed O'Brien that Helena and Sergey Rozhenko were ready to be beamed aboard. (TNG: "Family")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actress.

Chakotay's grandfather

Chakotays grandfather

Chakotay's grandfather

Chakotay's grandfather was in his vision quest, to find out more about the hallucinations he was having when Voyager was caught in chaotic space, and Chakotay began hearing and seeing things, apparently caused by the aliens living inside it who were trying to contact the ship.

In the vision quest, Chakotay saw a forest, and then his grandfather walking among the trees. He told him to take his medicine, but his grandfather refused. Chakotay wanted him to return home, but his grandfather refused. He went into a cave where he heard voices that told him to follow them, and he asked Chakotay to go with him. Chakotay realized that he should listen to the voices of the aliens. (VOY: "The Fight")

Chakotay's grandfather was portrayed by Ned Romero.

Chakotay's cousin

In 2374, when Voyager used the Hirogen communications network to contact the Alpha Quadrant, Chakotay wrote a letter to his cousin in Ohio. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle"

Chakotay's cousin was only mentioned in dialogue.

Chakotay's sister

In 2378, when Voyager achieved two-way communication with the Alpha Quadrant, Chakotay intended to call his sister with his share of uninterrupted comm time. (VOY: "Author, Author")

Chakotay's sister was only mentioned in dialogue.
She is presumably the daughter of Kolopak.
In the Voyager relaunch novels, Chakotay's sister is named Sekaya (Sekaya at Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek works), and is the spiritual leader of his tribe.

Collins' father

Dorian Collins' father was an inhabitant of Luna. Once a month, he and his daughter would hike to the Sea of Clouds and watch Sol rise over the moon. (DS9: "Valiant")

Collins' father was only mentioned in dialogue.

Contact juggler

Thomas Wood, Fascination

A contact juggler

This contact juggler visited Deep Space 9 in 2371 to entertain the people during the Bajoran Gratitude Festival, held on the station for the third time. He was seen juggling with two golden balls and doing a body roll across his chest with a full weight bowling ball in another scene. (DS9: "Fascination")

This juggler was played by background artist Thomas Wood, who received no credit for his appearance.


New Essentialists

on the right

These two Essentials were followers of Pascal Fullerton chairman of the New Essentialists movement, an organization dedicated to "restoring the moral traditions" of the Federation. They accompanied him to Risa for a rally. (DS9: "Let He Who Is Without Sin...")

These two Human essentials were played by unknown performers.

Federation Archaeology Council members

These seven Humans were members of the Federation Archaeology Council in 2367. They attended a symposium aboard the Enterprise-D, Captain Picard's lecture and the banquet in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Qpid")

The two last pictured actors were played by background actors with the last names R. Bruce and Crow. According to the call sheet all seven members were Humans. The actors filmed their scenes on Friday 8 February 1991 on Paramount Stage 8.
John Copage's costume was previously worn by Rudolph Willrich as Reittan Grax in the episode "Ménage à Troi" and his sash by Nancy Parsons as Marouk in the episode "The Vengeance Factor", the robe of the second to last pictured actor was previously worn by Nehemiah Persoff as Palor Toff in the episode "The Most Toys", and the suit of the last pictured actor was previously worn by Craig Richard Nelson as Krag in the episode "A Matter of Perspective".
The costume worn by Kelly Burris was reused and previously worn by an Angosian senator in the episode "The Hunted". (citation needededit)

Inhabitants of San Francisco

San Francisco streets

Inhabitants of San Francisco in the 24th century streets of San Francisco when Harry Kim was placed in an alternate timeline where he was never assigned to USS Voyager. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")

The inhabitants were played by an unknown performers.

Intendant's comfort servants

These two Humans worked as comfort servants for the intendant Kira Nerys aboard Terok Nor in 2371. They were present when the intendant told Professor Jennifer Sisko about the death of Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "Through the Looking Glass")

Both persons were played by featured performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The costume worn by the female was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Janeway's grandfather

Kathryn Janeway's grandfather used to make Kathryn Welsh rarebit when she was a child. (VOY: "Death Wish")

Janeway's grandfather was only mentioned in dialogue.

Janeway's mother

Kathryn Janeway's mother outlived her husband's death sometime prior to 2358. She was still alive as of 2378. An alien posing as his ghost said that he had gone back after his death to she her and his daughters. (VOY: "Coda")

Janeway's mother was only mentioned in dialogue.

Janeway's sister

Kathryn Janeway's sister, and daughter to vice admiral Janeway, helped Kathryn "deal with the real world" after the death of their father. She was who Kathryn would turn to when she would wake up and feel that their father was in the room with her. (VOY: "Coda")

Janeway's sister was only mentioned in dialogue.
She might be the ensign Janeway seen in the TNG episode "Man of the People".

Jaresh-Inyo's advisors

Jaresh-Inyos advisors

Jaresh-Inyo's advisors

In 2372, during a blackout on Earth, Federation President Jaresh-Inyo consulted with these five Human advisors, when he was interrupted by Captain Benjamin Sisko, Odo, and Admiral Leyton who beamed into his office. (DS9: "Homefront")

These five Humans were portrayed by unknown performers.

Keiko's grandmother

Keikos flashback

The hand of Keiko's grandmother

This woman was the grandmother of Keiko O'Brien, former Keiko Ishikawa. She was either the mother of Keiko's father Hiro Ishikawa or the mother of Keiko's mother. As a child, Keiko helped her grandmother, whom she called obachan bringing and placing fresh water for her ink brush on a table. Her grandmother painted pictures of Japanese brush writing and calligraphy.

In 2368 Keiko remembered her grandmother and experienced flashbacks during a telepathic memory retrieval by the Ullian researcher Tarmin. (TNG: "Violations")

Keiko's grandmother was portrayed by actress Bo Ching who received no credit for this appearance.
She filmed her scenes involving her hand on Monday 25 November 1991 on Paramount Stage 8, as part of the second unit inserts shooting team. The call sheet is listing her as "P.D. Woman", p.d. for photo double.

La Forge double

La Forge double

A La Forge double

This Human was used to double Starfleet Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge in 2367 after he was abducted by the Romulan Commander Taibak who brainwashed him to destroy the Federation-Klingon Alliance. This double traveled to Risa aboard the USS Enterprise-D shuttlecraft Onizuka and impersonated La Forge on the planet. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")

This double was portrayed by an actor with the last name Aikins.
He received no credit for this part and was listed as "Geordi photo double" on the call sheet for the day of filming, Thursday 28 March 1991.

Maquis causalities

Maquis massacre

Maquis causalities

Maquis causalities after the Jem'Hadar overran there hidden base on Athos IV (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")

The Maquis causalities were played by an unknown performers.

Maquis guards (2370)

These three Human Maquis members served as guards for Gul Dukat in 2370, in the Maquis cell of Calvin Hudson. They defended themselves when the away team under Commander Benjamin Sisko tried to rescue Dukat. They were shot by the away team. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part II")

None of the stunt actors received on-screen credit for their appearances.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the Maquis played by Tom Morga the name of Shankar.

Maquis members (2370)

These nine Humans were members of the Maquis in 2370.

The first participated in kidnapping Gul Dukat from Deep Space 9 alongside Sakonna, Niles, and Amaros. He was punched to the ground by Dukat but recovered and helped carrying the unconscious Dukat onto the freighter. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")

Two Maquis members assisted Calvin Hudson in taking Benjamin Sisko, Kira Nerys, and Julian Bashir hostages when they've followed a warp signature onto an M-class asteroid near the Badlands. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")

Two of them were also residing on the M-class asteroid. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part II")

Four other members joined Calvin Hudson when he met Benjamin Sisko in the colonists meeting room on Volan III. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part II")

The stuntman and the background performers received no credit for their appearance.

Maquis survivors (2373)


unnamed Maquis in background

Maquis survivors were rescued from the badlands after the Jem'Hadar had killed their comrades. Michael Eddington used the ruse of a missle launch against Cardassia from the survivor's planet to get him out of jail and to tricked Benjamin Sisko into bringing him to the destination the survivors were at.

The remaining Maquis survivors, including Eddington's wife, safely escaped from the Jem'Hadar, but at the cost of Eddington's life. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")

The unnamed survivors were played by unknown actors and actresses.

Medical Big Shot


A medical "Big Shot"

This Human male was a senior official from the Federation Medical Council who announced the winner of the Federation's prestigious 2371 Carrington Award, Dr. Henri Roget. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The big shot was played by Bennet Guillory. The "Medical Big Shot" was referred to as such in the credits at the end of the episode.

Nova Squadron parents

Four parents of members of the Nova Squadron attended the hearings held by superintendent Admiral Brand. Two of them previously attended a briefing that followed the accidental death of cadet Joshua Albert in 2368. (TNG: "The First Duty")

All four parents were played by background performers and are listed as "Parents" on the call sheets of the episodes. According to these call sheets there were six background talents portraying these parents, Jacquelyn Masche, D. Wayman, S. Halm, R. Torre, J. Elliot, and R. Bruce, but only four appeared in the final episode.
It is unclear who are their children but the only possibilities are Nicholas Locarno and Jean Hajar. The script identifies them as "N.D. PARENTS".

Orellius system colonists

Colonists consider

The colonists consider what Alixus has to say about each of them

SS Santa Maria

Colonists in front of the cannibalized SS Santa Maria

These unnamed Colonists were part of a group of colonists who were destined for Gemulon V over ten years ago. When their ship developed life support problems, they landed on a planet in the Orellius system. All of their electronic devices stopped working because of a duonetic field. They had to build a society without technology.

In truth, Alixus, their leader invented the duonetic field that stranded the colonists, in order to develop a perfect society. (DS9: "Paradise")

These colonists were played by unknown performers.

Qualor II bar patron

Human bar patron on Qualor II

A Human bar patron

This Human visited the bar on Qualor II in 2368 when Commander Riker was searching for the Ferengi Omag. He had spiked hair and was standing at the bar when Riker entered. Later he was talking to another bar patron. (TNG: "Unification II")

This bar patron was played by background actor Howard Sands who received no credit for this role.
He was identified as a Human by the call sheet for this day of filming, Wednesday 18 September 1991 which he filmed on Paramount Stage 8.

Romulan conference guests

These Humans atennded the conference on Romulus in 2375 and were chatting with Romulans. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

They were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The dress worn by the second pictured can be seen in several Star Trek episodes and films such as the Deep Space Nine episode "Rivals" where it was worn by Alsia.


Federation scientist, 2368

A scientist

This Federation scientist led an engineering team that discovered ancient artifacts in a cave in San Francisco. He showed Captain Picard and Data artifacts that he had dated as late 19th century. These included a Colt pistol, a watch, and bifocals. He believed that he found evidence of an alien presence on Earth in 19th century San Francisco. The cave contained triolic waves that only the shapeshifting Devidians were known to use. He also showed them the last artifact, which was Data's head. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

The scientist was played by Milt Tarver.

Sisko's brothers

Benjamin Sisko's brothers were the sons of Joseph Sisko, the brothers of Judith Sisko and the half-brothers of Benjamin Sisko. When they were younger, the Sisko brothers cultivated the vegetables for use in the family restaurant. (DS9: "Paradise")

Sisko's brother was only mentioned in dialogue.

Sisko's step-mother

Mrs. Sisko was the second wife of Joseph Sisko, and the mother of Benjamin and Judith and their brothers.

Benjamin Sisko's brothers were the sons of Joseph Sisko, the brothers of Judith Sisko and the half-brothers of Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

Sisko's step-mother was only mentioned in dialogue.

Sisko's Creole Kitchen customers

These customers ate at Joseph Sisko's Creole Kitchen.

Played by unknown performers.


Human spectators, Endgame

Human spectators

These Human civilians witnessed the homecoming of the USS Voyager in 2394 in an alternate timeline from a point near the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. Admiral Kathryn Janeway watched the television story ten years later in her apartment. (VOY: "Endgame")

These Humans were played by unknown performers.

Ten Forward waiter

Ten Forward waiter, 2395

A Ten Forward waiter

This waiter was working in Ten Forward aboard the USS Enterprise-D in an anti-time future in 2395. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

This waiter was played by Jerry Quinn who also worked as background actor on Star Trek: Voyager.

Terran marauder

Terran Marauder

A Terran marauder

In the mirror universe, this visibly scarred Terran male was a member of Benjamin Sisko's cell in the Terran Rebellion in the 2370's.

During Kira Nerys' and Julian Bashir's first visit in the mirror universe he accompanied Benjamin Sisko along four other marauders. While having a drink in Quark's, he stepped into Telok, who knocked him down. The marauder took his knife and was awaiting a reply from Sisko, but Sisko calmed him down. (DS9: "Crossover")

He was also among the marauders who took part in a meeting in 2371 and was surprised but happy to see Benjamin Sisko followed the message Sisko was killed during an attack but not knowing this was the Sisko from the different side. (DS9: "Through the Looking Glass")

His wife had been sentenced to death by Intendant Kira Nerys. After the rebellion succeeded in capturing Kira and Terok Nor in 2372, he was assigned to guard the Intendant. He was later incapacitated by Nog, who allowed Kira to escape. (DS9: "Shattered Mirror")

In 2375 this marauder accompanied Julian Bashir and hunted Vic Fontaine down into a cargo bay where Fontaine was shot by Bashir. When Bashir slapped Ezri Tigan into her face, Quark tried to intervene but was stopped by this marauder. (DS9: "The Emperor's New Cloak")

This marauder was played by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone.
In an interview, Madalone once suggested this individual was the mirror counterpart of the security officer he played in "The Adversary".
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Marauder.

Terran marauders

These Terran marauders were members of the Terran Rebellion in the 2370's.

Four of them accompanied Benjamin Sisko and the scared marauder into Quark's. They witnessed Telok's reaction when one of them stepped into him and later supported the rebellion, helping Kira Nerys and Julian Bashir leaving the station and left the station theirselves later. (DS9: "Crossover")

In 2371 most of them gathered on a planet in the Badlands, including Tuvok and Rom. They were surprised when Benjamin Sisko returned to their meeting place after they've heared about his death. Some of them assisted Sisko and Smiley in rescuing Professor Jennifer Sisko from Terok Nor. (DS9: "Through the Looking Glass")

All marauders were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Terran Rebel (female)

Rebel Leslie Hoffman

A female Terran rebel

This Terran rebel from the mirror universe was assigned to the Defiant in 2372, during the defense of Terok Nor (mirror).Her console exploded and sparks came out of it. (DS9: "Shattered Mirror")

This female rebel was played by regular stunt actress Leslie Hoffman who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.

Terran rebels (2375)

Several Terran rebels occupied the mirror universe Terok Nor in 2375. They welcomed Bashir, Smiley, Ezri Tigan and the Ferengi Quark, Rom, and Zek, who brought Regent Worf as a prisoner on board the station. (DS9: "The Emperor's New Cloak")

The rebels were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Terran slaves (mirror universe)

These Terran slaves worked on Terok Nor in the mirror universe in 2370/2371. They were assigned to the ore processing center aboard the station and under supervisor Odo who was later replaced by a Cardassian overseer following his death.

The first tried to leave the station on a freighter but was caught by Garak and his Klingon officers. His designation was 0413-Theta and he was interrogated after this action because Garak thought there must be others who helped him. (DS9: "Crossover")

In 2371 several Terran slaves escaped from Terok Nor with the help of Benjamin Sisko and Smiley. (DS9: "Through the Looking Glass")

Beside Orend, all other Terrans were played by background and stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.

37's descendant

37's descendant

A Human descendant

This Human descendant took part in a skirmish with an away team from the USS Voyager on a planet in the Delta Quadrant in 2371 along with John Evansville and Karyn Berlin. He believed that they were Briori, aliens who had abducted his ancestors in the year 1937. He was shot by Kathryn Janeway from behind. (VOY: "The 37's")

The Human descendant was played by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone who received no credit for this part.
His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2]

Three Human males and Two Human females

Human courtship, formal introduction

A "formal introduction"

These Three Human males and Two Human females were in the lesson of The Doctor for Seven of Nine in his course Love Amid the Stars: A Romantic Bestiary. The Doctor called this a formal introduction. (VOY: "Someone to Watch Over Me")

All these Humans were played by unknown performers.

Tourists on Risa (2366)

These Human tourists visited Risa in 2366 while Captain Jean-Luc Picard was also on the planet for shore leave. They were entertained and cared for by Risian employees at the tourist resort. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")

Trade Agreements Conference attendees

These Human officials attended the Trade Agreements Conference on Betazed in 2366 and the following banquet in Ten Forward aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Ménage à Troi")

The second pictured woman wore the catsuit of Yareena from the episode "Code of Honor".

Vineyard workers

These vineyard workers were employed by Robert Picard at his vineyards in La Barre, France on Earth in 2367 when his brother Jean-Luc Picard visited the Picard family home following his regeneration from the Borg assimilation. (TNG: "Family")

Visiting children

These five children visited the Starfleet Headquarters in San Francisco on Earth in 2377 and asked questions to Commander Pete Harkins and Reginald Barclay. (VOY: "Inside Man")

Four children were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.

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