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The following is a list of all unnamed Klingon individuals who do not serve as part of the Klingon Defense Forces.

For a list of unnamed Klingon military personnel, see Category:Unnamed Klingon military personnel
For a complete list of all individuals, see Category: Klingons.

22nd centuryEdit

Goroth's starship personnelEdit

Klingon chancellor (2151)Edit

Klingon chancellor

The Klingon chancellor

This Klingon chancellor of the High Council was present in 2151 when Enterprise NX-01 brought Klaang back to Qo'noS with evidence that the Suliban Cabal was attempting to pit the Klingons against each other. When Archer brought Klaang to him, the chancellor cut Klaang's palm, and the evidence was in the DNA of Klaang's blood. He then walked over to Archer, put his dagger by Archer's throat, and uttered something in his native language. Archer said he hoped it meant thank you. Hoshi Sato told him that he did not want to know what the chancellor said. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Klingon Chancellor was played by actor Peter Henry Schroeder.
By mid-2153, he had apparently been succeeded by another chancellor, possibly M'Rek. (ENT: "The Expanse", "The Augments")

Klingon chancellor (2153)Edit

Klingon Chancellor, The Expanse

The Klingon chancellor

This Klingon chancellor of the Klingon High Council served in 2153 when Duras was ordered to pursue the Enterprise into the Delphic Expanse. He said that Archer had escaped them twice and that the Klingon magistrate should have never commuted Archer's death sentence. (ENT: "The Expanse")

The Klingon chancellor was played by actor Dan Desmond and could be M'Rek, the chancellor mentioned in "The Augments". However, given their very similar cranial ridges and general appearance, it could have been intended to be the same Chancellor as in "Broken Bow", simply portrayed by a different actor.

Klingon council member (2151)Edit

Klingon council member, broken bow

Klingon council member

This 'Klingon council member served on the High Council in 2151. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Klingon council member was played by Matt Williamson.

Klingon council members (2151)Edit

Klingon council chamber

Klingon Council Members

These Klingon council members were present when Jonathan Archer returned Klaang to the Klingons' homeworld, Qo'noS. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Klingon council members included the Klingon chancellor and the Klingon council member (2151); the rest of the council members were played by unknown actors.

Klingon council member (2153)Edit

Klingon council member, the expanse

Klingon council member

This Klingon council member served on the High Council in 2153. When Duras was ordered to capture Archer, the council member chided him, saying that Archer had made a fool of him after Archer disabled Duras' ship when Duras was pursuing rebels. (ENT: "The Expanse")

This Klingon council member was played by Gary Bullock.

Klingon council member 2 (2153)Edit

Klingon council member-2, the expanse

Klingon council member

This Klingon council member served on the High Council in 2153. He was present when Duras was given orders to capture Archer. (ENT: "The Expanse")

The Klingon was played by an unknown actor.

Klingon council members 3 and 4 (2153)Edit


Klingon council members

These Klingon council members were present when Duras was given orders to capture Jonathan Archer. (ENT: "The Expanse")

The Klingons were played by unknown actors.

Klingon guardsEdit

Phlox is captured

Klingon guards

These Klingon guards restrained Doctor Phlox after he was kidnapped from Earth. They brought him to the laboratory of Doctor Antaak, a Klingon scientist. (ENT: "Affliction")

The Klingons were played by unknown actors.

Korok's ship personnel Edit

Klingon prisonerEdit

In 2154, a Klingon prisoner was one of the subjects which Doctor Antaak experimented on in an effort to find a vaccine for the Augment virus. The Klingon prisoner had been convicted of a criminal act, although the magistrate who had presided over the prisoner's trial ruled that the death sentence would be commuted. Shortly thereafter, the Klingon prisoner was brought into a laboratory on Qu'Vat colony, where Antaak and General K'Vagh worked. As the doctor injected the Klingon prisoner with a green substance, the prisoner's cranial ridges began to ripple and seethe. (ENT: "Affliction")

The Klingon prisoner was played by actor Marc Worden.

Narendra III personnelEdit

Rura Penthe inhabitantsEdit

23rd century Edit

Klingon ambassador Edit

Klingon judges Edit

Klingon judges

Klingon judges

Klingon Judge

The albino Klingon judge

In 2293, these three Klingon judges presided over the trial of Captain James Kirk and Doctor Leonard McCoy after they were accused of involvement in the assassination of Chancellor Gorkon. The trio of judges consisted of an albino Klingon speaker and two other judges who, like the albino, wore hoods embroidered with Klingon lettering but, unlike most Klingons (including the speaker), were not bearded. Kirk and McCoy were found guilty, but the albino judge commuted the sentence to life imprisonment on Rura Penthe, in light of the circumstantial nature of the evidence and to foster amity in the peace talks. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

The albino Klingon judge, listed in the end credits of Star Trek VI simply as "Klingon Judge", was played by actor Robert Easton. The Klingon judge on his left was played by Trent Christopher Ganino.
Easton's makeup and facial hair was applied by Margaret Prentice. [1]

Klingon translator Edit


Klingon translator

This Klingon translated General Chang's spoken Klingonese into English for the benefit of Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy during their trial for the death of Chancellor Gorkon in 2293. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

The Klingon translator was played by Todd Bryant, who previously played Klaa in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. The Star Trek Encyclopedia stated that this was in fact Klaa.

Rura Penthe inhabitants Edit

24th century Edit

Alexander's cousins Edit

These cousins were the children of Kurn. K'mtar mentioned them when trying to entice Alexander Rozhenko into visiting Qo'noS, saying they were eager to meet him. (TNG: "Firstborn")

These cousins were only mentioned in dialogue.
Given that K'Mtar also claimed that Kurn had no male heirs, they were likely all daughters.

Female Klingon Edit


A female Klingon

This female Klingon was in Quark's when Odo and Quark teased Miles O'Brien and Julian Bashir about being "a couple centimeters shorter" after their runabout was reduced in size while investigating an anomaly. (DS9: "One Little Ship")

This Klingon was played by an unknown actress.

Female Klingon at conference Edit

Female Klingon at conference

A female Klingon

This female Klingon attended the Trade Agreements Conference on Betazed in 2366 and also the banquet in Ten Forward aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Ménage à Troi")

This Klingon was played by an unknown actress.

Gowron's aide Edit

Gowrons aide, 2367

Gowron's aide

This female Klingon was Gowron's aide in 2367. She was present during Picard's ceremony as Arbiter of Succession in the Great Hall, which was interrupted by the Duras sisters Lursa and B'Etor, and Toral, the illegitimate son of Duras. (TNG: "Redemption")

This Klingon was played by regular background actress Cameron, who received no credit for her appearance.
The call sheet for the day of shooting, 15 April 1991, is listing her as Gowron's Aide.
Parts of this costume were also worn by Spice Williams-Crosby in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and by Gabrielle Union in DS9: "Sons and Daughters". The costume was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2]

Great Hall bystander Edit

These three Klingons were present in the Great Hall in 2367 when Toral challenged Gowron for the title of chancellor of the Klingon Empire. (TNG: "Redemption")

Great Hall guards Edit

These two Klingon guards of the Great Hall served as guards during Captain Picard's Rite of Succession ceremony in 2367. (TNG: "Redemption")

Both actors received no credit for their appearance.

Klingon ambassador Edit

This Klingon ambassador represented the Klingon Empire on Farius Prime in the 2370s. During the Dominion War, he advocated breaking off the alliance with the Federation and focusing on defending the Empire. In 2374, the Dominion recruited agents of the Orion Syndicate to assassinate the ambassador and make appear that the assassination had been ordered by Chancellor Gowron, who was committed to the alliance. They hoped the ambassador would become a martyr for his cause and the Klingons would eventually pull back into their own territory, leaving only the Federation for the Dominion to contend with. Fortunately, operatives of Starfleet Intelligence intercepted the plan and warned the Klingons in time to prevent the assassination. (DS9: "Honor Among Thieves")

Klingon citizens Edit

These seven Klingons lived on Qo'noS in 2366. They passed Captain Jean-Luc Picard near the house of Kahlest. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")

Klingon criminal Edit

Unnamed Klingon criminal

An unnamed Klingon criminal

A Klingon criminal was displayed in Odo's security office on Deep Space 9 on a wanted poster. It is not known what crime the Klingon was guilty of. (DS9: "Vortex", "If Wishes Were Horses", "The Forsaken", "Dramatis Personae", "Duet", "In the Hands of the Prophets", "Sanctuary")

The actor on this image is unknown. This image is a makeup continuity photo, used by the makeup department during the shoots.

Klingon Council members (2366) Edit

These fourteen Klingon Council members served on the High Council in 2366 along with Duras and chancellor K'mpec. They were present when Lieutenant Worf faced the accusations of his father Mogh in betraying his people to the Romulans following the destruction of the outpost at Khitomer. They were also present during the discommendation ceremony of Worf later. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")

Klingon council members (2367) Edit

These seven Klingon council members served on the High Council in 2367. They attended the Rite of Succession ceremony held by Captain Picard and witnessed the claims of the Duras sisters Lursa and B'Etor. Except one, all were loyal to the House of Duras. (TNG: "Redemption")

Beside Bass and Lotterman there were five other actors playing council members. The call sheet gives six more last names of the actors R. Bruce, Cusimano, Geletko, Green, Wilfred Moore, and R. Torre. It is unknown which of these six actors doesn't appear on screen.

Klingon council members (2371) Edit

These nine Klingons were part of the Klingon High Council in 2371, headed by Gowron.

They witnessed the claims of D'Ghor regarding the House of Kozak and the following evidence against D'Ghor by Quark. They also took part in the ritual to dishonor D'Ghor for his dishonorable behavior. (DS9: "The House of Quark")

All Klingons were portrayed by background performers, who received no credit for their appearances.

Klingon mourner Edit

Morn art and Bajoran mourner

A Klingon mourner

A Klingon mourner attended a funeral service for Morn which was held in Quark's Bar aboard Deep Space 9. The event was premature as his supposed death in an ion storm was revealed to be a hoax. (DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

This Klingon actor was played by an unknown actor.

Klingon warrioress on DS9 Edit

Klingon warrioress at funeral

A Klingon warrioress

This Klingon warrioress attended alongside two other Klingons the funeral for Morn, held in Quark's in 2374. (DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

She visited the Promenade again the following year together with a male Klingon. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

This Klingon was played by regular background actress Susie Stillwell, who received no credit for her appearance.

Martok's aides Edit

Planning the attack

Aides in background next to Starfleet officers

These two Klingons were present with Martok when Starfleet, the Klingons, and the Romulans were planning the attack into Cardassian space. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The Klingons were played by unknown actors.

Martok's father Edit

Martok's father was from the Ketha lowlands. He wanted his son to be an officer, not a warrior like he and his forefathers had been. He was able to find someone to sponsor Martok to become one. He was "embarrassed" when his son failed to become an officer due to Kor rejecting his application. Martok's father died sometime before the mid-2340s. (DS9: "Once More Unto the Breach")

Martok's father is called Urthog in several novels.

Pilgrims Edit

These Klingon pilgrims were at the monastery on Boreth trying to summon a vision of Kahless. They were exploring their spiritual roots and witnessed the appearance of the Kahless clone. (TNG: "Rightful Heir")

Among the Klingon pilgrims is a performer with the last name Ettinger.
The costumes of Diane Lee and David Keith Anderson were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3] [4]

Priest on Boreth Edit

Klingon priest on Boreth

A Klingon priest

This Klingon priest lived on the planet Boreth, where it was said that Kahless would return. He was present when the clone of Kahless appeared. (TNG: "Rightful Heir")

The Klingon priest was played by background actor Irving Ross who received no credit for his appearance.
His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [5]

Ronara bar patron Edit

Klingon on Ronara

A female Klingon bar patron

This female Klingon was a patron in a bar on Ronara Prime in 2370 when Lieutenant Ro Laren was on an undercover mission to infiltrate the Maquis. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

This Klingon was played by an unknown actress.

See also Edit

25th centuryEdit

Korath's guardsEdit

These two Klingons existed in an alternate timeline in 2404 and served as guards for Korath. They attempted to apprehend Admiral Janeway after she had stolen a chrono deflector so she could return USS Voyager to Earth in 2378. (VOY: "Endgame")

The uniform worn by Matt Williamson was previously worn by John Lendale Bennett in DS9: "The House of Quark" and by Patrick Barnitt in VOY: "Prophecy". [6]

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