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List of unnamed Vidiians.

Borg drone Edit

Assimilated Vidiian

A Vidiian assimilated by the Borg

This assimilated Vidiian was a personality that Seven of Nine assumed when she developed a multiple personality disorder due to the discovery of a Borg vinculum. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

Played by an unknown actor.


Captain Edit

Vidiian captain 1

Vidiian captain

In an alternate timeline this captain was contacted by Kes after she had time traveled back to 2371 to seek revenge on the crew of Voyager, who she blamed for keeping her away from her people. The Vidiian captain was offered information necessary to capture Voyager by Kes in exchange for transport back to the Ocampan homeworld. (VOY: "Fury")

The Vidiian captain was played by Vaughn Armstrong.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Drenol.


Commander Edit

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Vidiian commander

This commander served as the commanding officer of a Vidiian starship that came upon the USS Voyager and was puzzled by the sensor readings that suggested that Voyager was trapped in some sort of spatial flux. When told that although Voyager had detected them, it unable to raise shields and was disrupting their weapons systems, he decided to take advantage of the situation. He ordered his ship to fire a hyper-thermic charge at Voyager, and after being informed that they had destroyed Voyager's weapons array, he ordered that the ship be maneuvered within grappling range.

The commander then lead the boarding party, consisting of himself, the surgeon and a third crewman. After shooting Tuvok and a security guard, he informed the surgeon to start harvesting their organs.

The three later passed by sickbay, not seeing Harry Kim who had ducked in to avoid them.

He, the surgeon and the third crewman entered the bridge, where they were greeted by Captain Janeway, when moments later Voyager's auto-destruct sequence concludes, and both ships were both destroyed. (VOY: "Deadlock")

The commander was played by Ray Proscia.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Nadirum.


Crewman 1 Edit

Vidiian crewman 1

A crewman

This crewman was part of a boarding party that attacked Voyager while it was caught in a spatial anomaly.

He was in Voyager's sickbay, along with a second crewman, when he scanned Kes, noting that she had "an extremely high rate of tissue regeneration." He thereafter removed her pelvic region at the behest of the second crewman.

As they began harvesting Samantha Wildman, Harry Kim burst into sickbay, shooting both crewman with a phaser. (VOY: "Deadlock")

Chakotay's Vidiian mask was re-used for this Vidiian. He was played by Chris Johnston and was credited as "Vidiian #1".
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Nirata.


Crewman 2 Edit

Vidiian crewman 2

A crewman

This crewman was part of a boarding party that attacked Voyager while it was caught in a spatial anomaly.

He was in Voyager's sickbay, along with a second crewman who scanned Kes, and who he instructed to remove her pelvic region and analyze her bone marrow for phage resistance.

Following the procedure, he noted to the first crewman that the rest of the crew in sickbay were Humans and that their "pancreatic tissues were well-suited for transplant." The first crewman concurred, and told him to being the extractions.

When he next encountered Samantha Wildman, he determined her hemo-uterine levels were "far above normal", indicating that she had just given birth, prompting him to search for the infant.

As they began harvesting Wildman, Harry Kim burst into sickbay, shooting both crewman with a phaser. (VOY: "Deadlock")

Dereth's mask was re-used for this Vidiian. He was played by Keythe Farley and was credited as "Vidiian #2".
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Sinaren and Telari on different cards.


Crewman 3 Edit

This crewman was part of a boarding party that attacked Voyager while it was caught in a spatial anomaly. He joined the commander and surgeon, where during, he shot and killed a duplicate Tuvok whose organs were then harvested by the surgeon.

The three later passed by sickbay, not seeing Harry Kim who had ducked in to avoid them.

He, the surgeon and the commander entered the bridge, where they were greeted by Captain Janeway, when moments later Voyager's auto-destruct sequence concludes, and both ships were both destroyed. (VOY: "Deadlock")

Played by an unknown actor.

Guard 1 Edit

Vidiian guard, Faces

A Vidiian guard

This guard was in charge of a work group that included Tom Paris and Pete Durst. They were being held in Vidiian mine that also served as a medical experimentation camp. Later, the guard told Durst that the prefect of the camp wanted to discuss Durst's request to contact his ship. Paris tried to intercede and go in his place, but the Vidiian guard took Durst. Durst was killed by Sulan, a Vidiian surgeon, who grafted Durst's face over his own.

When B'Elanna Torres tried to get access to the computer console in the sleeping place, the two guards surprised her and tried to bring her away but were knocked unconscious by Torres' Klingon half.

When Chakotay, surgically altered as a Vidiian, tried to save Paris, the guard was suspicious that he had no information about the transfer but allowed it. (VOY: "Faces")

This Vidiian was played by Barton Tinapp.
The Star Trek Encyclopedia and the Star Trek: Voyager Companion mistakenly credit Rob LaBelle for this role.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Sorum.


Guard 2 Edit

Vidiian guard -2, Faces

A Vidiian guard

This guard came to take Pete Durst from his sleeping quarters on a Vidiian mine that also served as a medical experimentation camp. He and Tom Paris, along with B'Elanna Torres, had been captured by the Vidiians.

Later he and the other guard surprised Torres when she tried to get access to a computer console and tried to bring her away but were stopped by Torres' Klingon half.

He tried to stop the two Torres' when they activated a security alert during their try to break out of the complex, but was shot by the Klingon half. (VOY: "Faces")

This Vidiian was played by an unknown stunt performer.
Dereth's mask was re-used for this Vidiian.


Surgeon Edit

Vidiian surgeon, Deadlock

Vidiian surgeon

This surgeon was on the bridge of the Vidiian starship that came upon Voyager while it was in a state of flux due to a spatial anomaly, causing two Voyager's to appear. He informed his commander that the weapons systems and shields were down on Voyager, prompting the commander to order an attack. After informing the commander that they had destroyed Voyager's weapons array, he maneuvered the ship within grappling range.

The surgeon, carrying a medical kit, was part of the boarding party, consisting of himself, the commander and a third crewman. After shooting Tuvok and a security guard, he was instructed by the commander to start harvesting their organs.

The three later passed by sickbay, not seeing Harry Kim who had ducked in to avoid them.

As the surgeon, commander and third crewman enter the bridge, they are greeted by Captain Janeway, just as the surgeon noticed final countdown of the autodestruct sequence, when moments later Voyager and the Vidiian ship were both destroyed. (VOY: "Deadlock")

The surgeon was played by Bob Clendenin.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Thaden.

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