The following is a list of unnamed Markalians.

Ajilon Prime patient Edit

Albino's assistant Edit

Club Martus patron Edit

Club Martus entrance

A Markalian

This Markalian visited Club Martus and was greeted by Martus Mazur aboard Deep Space 9 in 2370. (DS9: "Rivals")

This individual was played by an unknown performer.

Deep Space 9 resident Edit

Markalian, The Homecoming

A Markalian bar patron

This Markalian visited Deep Space 9 in 2370. He and a member of the tailheads laughed together on the second level of Quark's. Later he visited the gambling tables and played games with Bajorans. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

This Markalian was played by background actor Tom Burt who received no credit for his appearance.

Dockmaster on Pernaia Prime's moon Edit

Markalian dockmaster, the seventh

The Alien dockmaster on Pernaia Prime's moon

This Markalian dockmaster was in charge of a trading dock on the Pernaia Prime's moon. When T'Pol captured Menos, a Vulcan fugitive, she presented the warrant for his arrest to the dockmaster. He found the warrant in order, but informed T'Pol and Archer that they could not leave for four hours. They were thermalizing the dock with acid to clean it. When they asked if he had a place where Menos could be held, he replied that the dock was not a prison. (ENT: "The Seventh")

In the final draft script of "The Seventh", this character was described as "a burly alien."
The dockmaster was played by actor David Richards.
This alien looked a little more like the DS9 Markalians. His make-up seems to be a mixture of a regular Markalian and of the alien dockmaster from ENT: "Broken Bow". He possessed mottled skin and a pink depression on the sides of his head. However, he also possessed the scales and thorns of a regular Markalian.

Dominion prisoner Edit

Promenade visitor Edit

Markalian on ds9, 2369

A Markalian on the promenade

This Markalian visited Deep Space 9's promenade in 2369 when the imaginations of the residents became reality. He was pushed by Constable Odo when the security chief tried to guide two gunji jackdaws on the promenade. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses")

He was present on the promenade when a Bajoran vendor refused to sell a jumja stick to Chief Miles O'Brien and when the school aboard the station was destroyed by a bomb. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

This Markalian was played by an unknown actor.

Thief Edit

Markalian thief, Emissary

A Markalian thief

This Markalian thief tried to plunder Deep Space 9's assay office together with Nog during the damage and chaos of the initial Cardassian withdrawal of 2369. They were caught by Odo. The thief threw a mace-like weapon at Odo, who shifted his Changeling body to allow the weapon to pass through him without harm. (DS9: "Emissary")

The Markalian thief was portrayed by stunt actor Nick Dimitri who received no credit for his performance.
In the novelization of "Emissary", the character is called Jas-qal (β) and identified as being a B'kaazi (β).

Xhosa crewman Edit

Background information Edit

In the deleted scene 092 from the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow", Captain Archer and Hoshi Sato had a conversation with the Markalian dockmaster of Rigel X while searching for the Klingon Klaang, played by actor David Richards who also portrayed a Markalian dockmaster in the second season episode "The Seventh". This scene featured two more background performers as Markalians. The deleted scene was later added to the ENT Season 1 DVD and he also appeared in the novelization. This Markalian looked a little different from the previous appearances: his make-up consisted of the Markalian headpiece with some modifications. Instead of the small scales and thorns on a Markalian's face, this alien possessed a smooth skin, except for a large scaly region on his forehead and on his chin. The side of his head was mottled, not striped like a regular Markalians. Also, the oval depressions on the side of his head were painted pink and appeared fleshy and moist.

The call sheets for the episode list Richards as dockmaster and the two background actors as "Rigel (New and improved)". The scene was filmed on 4 June 2001 on Paramount Stage 8 including work in front of a green screen. One of the two background costumes was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

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