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List of unnamed Organians.

Elder statesmen Edit

These two elder statesmen, in addition to Chairman Ayelborne, Trefayne, and Claymare, rounded out the five member Organian Council of Elders in 2267 on Organia.

They helped to halt the Federation-Klingon War that year after Kor and his forces had occupied their homeworld and the Federation tried to intervene. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

Both of these individuals, described in the script as "elderly, smiling men", were played by unknown actors.

Observers Edit

Two observers studied the crew of the Enterprise NX-01 after two of its members, Commander Tucker and Ensign Sato contracted a virus.

The senior observer inhabited the body of Malcolm Reed, while his associate occupied the body of Ensign Travis Mayweather. Over the course Sato's and Tucker's illnesses, the two observers also inhabited to bodies of Captain Jonathan Archer, Sub-Commander T'Pol, Phlox and the two infected crewmen. As of 2154, the senior observed aliens for 800 years.

Although it was a violation of their protocols, they saved Tucker and Sato. (ENT: "Observer Effect")

According to the script, "the "first" alien... [has] done this for hundreds of years", while "the "second" alien... is [on] his first mission"
The elder observer was played by Dominic Keating, Linda Park, Jolene Blalock and Scott Bakula. The younger observer was played by Anthony Montgomery, Connor Trinneer, John Billingsley and Jolene Blalock.

Villagers Edit

Numerous villagers were present when James T. Kirk and Spock beamed down to Organia. The villagers were a primitive, agrarian people who seem unconcerned about visitors materializing within their midst. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

The script describes these individuals simply as "there are a few people on the street, men and women, wearing [c]rude homespun."
The performer on the second picture also frequently appeared as Swensen. As noted below, William Blackburn, Frank da Vinci, and Ron Veto were among the other uncredited background performers to appear as villagers.

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