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The following is a list of unnamed Jem'Hadar.

AR-558 soldiers Edit

These Jem'Hadar soldiers attempted to recapture a valuable communication array that was on the planet AR-558 and could be used to tap into Dominion communications. The first front were holograms. After Lieutenant Nadia Larkin, Reese, and Nog spied on their camp several dozens soldiers tapped into a trap, getting killed by "Houdinis". The surviving Jem'Hadar attacked the Starfleet officers but lost this battle. (DS9: "The Siege of AR-558")

Almost all of the Jem'Hadar were played by stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance. Among them were Tom Morga, Chester E. Tripp III, and Laurence Rosenthal.

Cardassia Prime guard Edit

Jem'Hadar Guard

A Jem'Hadar guard

This guard was stationed at a Dominion barracks on Cardassia Prime in 2375. After Elim Garak infiltrated the barracks and planted a bomb, the guard stopped him before he could escape. Damar confronted the guard about his treatment of a Cardassian citizen. The guard trained his weapon at Damar, ordering him to surrender, but was shot and killed by Kira Nerys. (DS9: "The Dogs of War")

The Jem'Hadar guard was played by Paul S. Eckstein.


Cardassia Prime soldierEdit

Jem'Hadar soldier, Kevin Scott Allen

Jem'Hadar soldier

This Jem'Hadar soldier was stationed on Cardassia Prime in 2375. He and another soldier intercepted Damar and Garak on their way back from meeting with some other members of the Cardassian Resistance. Both Jem'Hadar were killed by Kira Nerys, who was disguised as a Breen at the time. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

The Jem'Hadar soldier was played by Kevin Scott Allen.


Cardassia Prime soldiers Edit

These three soldiers were part of the security detachment which invaded the house of Mila in 2375, and were responsible for her death. They, along with two Cardassian soldiers assisting them, subsequently located Kira Nerys, Legate Damar, and Elim Garak in the cellar and were ordered to execute the fugitives. Before they could do so, however, two of the Jem'Hadar were killed the two Cardassian soldiers turn rebels. One of the Cardassian soldiers was killed by the remaining Jem'Hadar First, but was himself shot by the remaining Cardassian, Ekoor, in retaliation for the destruction of Lakarian City. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

The First was played by Christopher Halsted, the second soldier by Kane Hodder and the third was played by an unknown actor.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the name Turan'Ekan to the Jem'Hadar played by Christopher Halsted.

Deep Space 9 boarding party Edit

Dominion boards DS9

Several Jem'Hadar troops boarded Deep Space 9 along with Gul Dukat, Weyoun, Damar after the Dominion captured the station in late 2373. (DS9: "Call to Arms")

The Jem'Hadar Troops were played by an unknown actors.


Defiant boarding party Edit

These Jem'Hadar soldiers boarded the USS Defiant during its first mission in the Gamma Quadrant in 2370. The first three beamed into a corridor aboard the Defiant where they were fought off by Odo and Major Kira. The other soldiers were directly beamed onto the bridge where they fought against Commander Sisko, Doctor Bashir, and Sub-commander T'Rul. They overwhelmed the crew and brought them to the Founders' homeworld. (DS9: "The Search, Part I")


Dominion Headquarters guards Edit

These two Jem'Hadar guards were stationed at the Dominion Headquarters where Worf and Ezri Dax were held as prisoners in 2375. They guarded the two prisoners out of their cell at orders of Damar who then shot the two guards and assisted Dax and Worf in their escape. (DS9: "Strange Bedfellows")

Both Jem'Hadar were played by stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Dominion surrender attendeesEdit

Female Changeling signs Treaty of Bajor

Surrender attendees

These two Jem'Hadar accompanied the Female Changeling when she surrendered and signed a peace treaty with the Alpha Quadrant. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

The Jem'Hadar Soldiers were played by an unknown actors.


Dukat's guard Edit

Jem'Hadar, Dukat's guard, 2373

A guard

When Gul Dukat traveled to Deep Space 9 in connection to Tekeny Ghemor's impending death, he was accompanied by two guards, one Cardassian and one Jem'Hadar. (DS9: "Ties of Blood and Water")

Internment Camp 371 personnel Edit

Omet'iklan's soldiers Edit

Jem hadar beamed without weapons

These Jem'Hadar soldiers were transported aboard the USS Defiant without their weapons, after their ship was attacked by rebel Jem'Hadar. The rebels were trying to repair an Iconian gateway and use it for themselves, which would allow them and other Jem'Hadar that join them to take over the Dominion in less than a year. (DS9: "To the Death")

Toman'torax, Virak'kara, and Omet'iklan were among this group.
The unnamed Jem'Hadar Soldiers were played by unknown actors.


Rebels Edit

These rebels were trying to repair an Iconian gateway and use it for themselves, which would allow them and other Jem'Hadar that join them to take over the Dominion in less than a year. They attacked Deep Space 9 and a force of Jem'Hadar sent to hunt them down. They were killed by a combined force of Deep Space Nine personnel and Jem'Hadar soldiers. (DS9: "To the Death")

The Jem'Hadar rebels were played by unknown actors.

Soldiers on Bopak III Edit

These two Jem'Hadar soldiers were encountered by Julian Bashir and Miles O'Brien along with Goran'Agar, Arak'Taral, Meso'Clan, and Temo'Zuma on Bopak III in 2372.

The first soldier stood guard outside the lab Bashir was working in when a plasma charge hit him and wounded his femoral artery. Instead of letting Meso'Clan shoot him, Goran'Agar decided to let Bashir care for him. The soldiers may have been killed by Goran'Agar so they would not suffer from withdrawal symptoms of ketracel-white. (DS9: "Hippocratic Oath")

The first Jem'Hadar was played by actor Michael H. Bailous.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Koret'alak.


Soldiers (2370) Edit

These Jem'Hadar soldiers served under the Third Talak'talan in 2370 when they guarded Commander Benjamin Sisko, Quark, and Eris in a holding cell on a planet in the Gamma Quadrant. During the escape of the three prisoners, they were shot by Sisko and Quark. (DS9: "The Jem'Hadar")


Soldiers on Athos IV Edit

These Jem'Hadar soldiers captured the Maquis base on Athos IV in 2373 and killed several of the Maquis members. They were encountered by Michael Eddington and Captain Benjamin Sisko who overwhelmed them. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")


Soldiers on Torga IV Edit

These soldiers were led by Kilana, a Vorta, to rescue a wounded Founder from a Dominion ship that crashed on Torga IV in early 2373. The Jem'Hadar soldiers, having failed to save the Founder, committed suicide soon after. (DS9: "The Ship")

It could be possible that among the Jem'Hadar are background actor Bill Blair and stunt actor Chester E. Tripp III.


Terok Nor personnel Edit

Youth Edit

JemHadarInfant

An infant Jem'Hadar

JemHadarChild

A child Jem'Hadar

JemHadarAdult

A young adult Jem'Hadar

This young Jem'Hadar was found by Quark in a cargo bay of salvage he had purchased from Rionoj. At first he was a baby, and Commander Sisko and Dr. Bashir did not know its species. Within three days, the baby became a teenager.

When it was revealed that the child was a Jem'Hadar, Odo took on the task of trying to educate and teach him to control his violent nature. He was not successful as the child became very aggressive and belligerent. Starfleet intended to transfer the child so that they could study him. The boy refused, stole a phaser and demanded that he be released so he could join his own kind. Odo persuaded Sisko to let him go, and Odo took the child back to the Gamma Quadrant. (DS9: "The Abandoned")

The Jem'Hadar youth was played by various young actors: first by an uncredited infant when he was first found, then by Hassan Nicholas as a young boy, and finally by Bumper Robinson as a teenager.

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