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(covers information from several alternate timelines)

The following is a list of unnamed personnel aboard the USS Voyager:

Individuals who served in multiple or unknown divisions are listed below:

Civilians Edit

Harper's baby Edit

This child was the baby of Ensign Harper's Silver Blood duplicate. It was cause for celebration, according to Kathryn Janeway's Silver Blood duplicate. (VOY: "Course: Oblivion")

This baby was only mentioned in dialogue.

Dual branches Edit

Command and sciences officer Edit

This officer served in multiple divisions on board the Voyager in the 2370s.

Wearing a command division uniform, he was standing next to the tactical station and reading a PADD during the attack of the Kazon-Ogla starships. When Voyager was hit by the Kazon carrier vessel, he was thrown against the console and fell to the ground. Two fellow officers then assisted him and brought him off the bridge. (VOY: "Caretaker")

He worked on the bridge while the Voyager tried to escape from a quantum singularity and fell over a console when the ship was hit by a shock wave. (VOY: "Parallax")

He was in main engineering when the Voyager tried to repair the damage done to the nucleogenic cloud being and fell off the second level in engineering when the being activated its defense systems. (VOY: "The Cloud")

He was on duty, wearing a command division uniform, on the bridge when a space-dwelling lifeform hit the ship and he fell off the stairs on the bridge. Ensign Samantha Wildman helped him stand up. (VOY: "Elogium")

His console on the bridge exploded during a shootout with the Kazon prior before the Voyager was taken over by the Kazon. (VOY: "Basics, Part I")

As part of the sciences division he encountered the Hanonian land eel in a cave on Hanon IV and was eaten by the eel. (VOY: "Basics, Part II")

This officer was played by Stunt Coordinator Dennis Madalone who received no credit for his appearances.


Sciences and operations officer Edit

This officer worked in the operations division and sciences division aboard the Voyager while stranded in the Delta Quadrant.

He was on duty in engineering when the crew prepared to enter Borg space in 2373 and made first contact with Species 8472. (VOY: "Scorpion")

He was on duty in engineering when Tuvok surprised the kissing couple B'Elanna Torres and Tom Paris and when Seven of Nine uncovered the Srivani scientist Alzen. (VOY: "Scientific Method")

In an alternate timeline created by the Krenim Annorax using his temporal weapon ship, he was among the medical personnel who evacuated sickbay shortly before deck 5 blew off. He then treated the wounded in the triage mess hall. (VOY: "Year of Hell")

He suffered from acute functional dyspepsia after consuming Neelix's version of Rodeo Red's Red-Hot, Rootin'-Tootin' Chili. Tom Paris treated him in sickbay. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle")

A biomimetic copy of him was working in the mess hall and cared for the crewmembers who suffered from degradation. (VOY: "Course: Oblivion")

He visited the mess hall and talked to alien visitors while Voyager docked at the Markonian outpost. (VOY: "Survival Instinct")

He attended a concert by The Doctor, held for the Qomar in the mess hall. (VOY: "Virtuoso")

He visited the mess hall when Neelix told B'Elanna Torres and Chakotay how he got sunburned on the surface of the Norcadian homeworld. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")

He was in the mess hall when B'Elanna Torres, accompanied by Janeway, requested all crewmembers to stop eating because there was a contaminant in the replicator system. (VOY: "Live Fast and Prosper")

He appeared as part of Neelix peaceful memory during his meditation while trapped in a Jefferies tube, as told as a story by Neelix to the Borg children aboard Voyager. (VOY: "The Haunting of Deck Twelve")

He took orders from B'Elanna Torres while the Voyager was outfitted with the ablative generator from the 25th century. (VOY: "Endgame")

This engineer was played by regular background actor and Ethan Phillips' stand-in Joey Sakata.
He received no credit for his appearances except for his final one in "Endgame" where he is listed as "Engineering N.D." in the end credits.


Unknown division Edit

1940s patron crewman Edit

Crewman as 1940s patron

A crewman

This Voyager crewman was part of the Hirogen training simulations aboard Voyager. He visited "Le Coeur de Lion" as one of the patrons and was later treated in sickbay due to injuries caused by the Hirogen. (VOY: "The Killing Game")

This crewmember was played by background actor Brett Bell. The call sheet identified him as "1940s Patient" in the sickbay scene while he was listed as "Patron" in the nightclub scenes.


Bridge officer #1 Edit

This officer was on duty on the bridge of the Voyager when he contacted Captain Janeway during her meeting in the meeting room in 2373. He informed her, that she had an incoming transmission from the planet Ilari. (VOY: "Warlord")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
This officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Bridge officer #2 Edit

This officer was on duty on the bridge in 2371 and informed The Doctor about a medical emergency as a crewmember was suffering from high blood pressure. (VOY: "Scientific Method")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
This bridge officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Bridge officer #3 Edit

This officer was on duty on the bridge when he called Captain Janeway to the bridge. Voyager was hailed from a vessel on its port bow. (VOY: "Year of Hell")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
This bridge officer was voiced by an unknown actor.

Bridge officer #4 Edit

This Starfleet officer was on duty on the bridge when he contacted Lieutenant Commander Tuvok in a corridor. He informed Tuvok that Chief Examiner Nimira of the Mari Constabulary wanted to see him and requested permission to beam aboard. (VOY: "Random Thoughts")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
This bridge officer was voiced by an unknown actor.

Casualty #1 Edit

USS Voyager casualty 1, 2371

A dead crewmember

This crewmember was working at a terminal near the sickbay when the ship was transported to the Delta Quadrant. When the terminal exploded, this man was killed. (VOY: "Caretaker")

This crewmember was played by an unknown actor.


Crewman in French civies Edit

Voyager crewman in French civies

A female crewman

This Voyager crewman was among the Voyager crewmembers who were hunted down on the holodeck by the Hirogen. She visited a café in the recreation of Sainte Claire and was later treated in sickbay due to the injuries caused by the Hirogen. (VOY: "The Killing Game", "The Killing Game, Part II")

This crewmember was played by background actress Marie Micheaux who received no credit for her appearances.
She was identified by the call sheets – On the first one, she was just listed with her last name as one of the "Women" in the Sainte Claire scenes. On the call sheet for the sickbay scenes in Part II, she is listed as "Starfleet in French Civies".


GI-appearing crewman Edit

Voyager crewman as GI

A crewman

This Voyager crewman was among the Voyager crewmembers who were hunted down on the holodeck by the Hirogen. He appeared as an American GI and later treated in sickbay due to his injuries caused by the Hirogen. (VOY: "The Killing Game", "The Killing Game, Part II")

This crewmember was played by background actor Chris Novicki who received no credit for his appearances.
He was identified by the call sheets of the episodes. One of the sheets for Part II is listing him as "1 Wounded Starfleet in Fatigues" for the scene in sickbay.


Group during a formal introduction Edit

Human courtship, formal introduction

A "Formal Introduction"

These three males and two 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," which depicted a male and female being introduced by another female, during a social setting. (VOY: "Someone to Watch Over Me")

These men and women were played by unknown performers.
The script describes the scene as "a man and a woman, in casual clothes, being introduced by a second woman, amidst a small gathering of people (in Voyager's Mess Hall)."
A deleted scene featured an additional interaction between the two, in a chapter called: "The Faux Pas." Here the script notes described "the man and woman from "The Formal Introduction" (Scene 11) framed in a tight shot at a small party. The woman has her hands over her mouth in a shocked reaction to something the man just said."


Jarvin's girlfriend Edit

Chakotay believed Jarvin would wish to stay on a planet where the Briori had taken Humans to as slaves, as he had a girlfriend who worked in quantum mechanics and believed they wanted to raise a family together. (VOY: "The 37's")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Klingon-appearing crewmember Edit

This crewman was part of the Klingon simulation on the holodeck, run by the Hirogen. He was lying on the ground when Captain Janeway – also appearing Klingon – fought two other Klingons. Later, he was also present when Karr joined the program. As he was wounded, he was treated in sickbay by The Doctor. He was lying on a biobed just in a Klingon uniform without the Klingon ridges and hair. (VOY: "The Killing Game")

This "Klingon" crewmember of Voyager was played by background actor Wade Miller.
The call sheet for Thursday 20 November 1997, filmed on Paramount Stage 9 – the sickbay set, features the note "1 Klingon (Wade Miller) No Makeup or wig. Costume only. Sc. 53" which identifies him as a crewmember of Voyager.


Preparatory report ignorers Edit

These four away team members, along with B'Elanna Torres, ignored The Doctor's preparatory reports over a span of four weeks in 2373, leading The Doctor to wonder if he ought to even write such reports. (VOY: "Darkling")

These crew members were only mentioned in dialogue.

Technicians in EV suits Edit

Voyager technicians in EV suits

Three technicians

These three Starfleet technicians in EV suits prepared the technology from the 25th century and integrated it into Voyager's hull to use the ablative generator during the attack of the Borg transwarp hub in 2378. (VOY: "Endgame")

These three technicians were computer-generated.