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This is a list of unnamed holodeck characters; organized by program and description.

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USS Enterprise-DEdit

Ancient WestEdit

Barclay Program 15Edit

Bourbon Street BarEdit

Café des Artistes Edit

Klingon calisthenics programEdit

Klingon Rite of Ascension Chamber programEdit

Orient ExpressEdit

Parallax colonyEdit

Sherlock Holmes programEdit

Crusher 4Edit

Various programs Edit

Aikido fighter Edit

Aikido fighter

The Aikido fighter

A holographic Aikido fighter was used by Lieutenant Natasha Yar as a training tool in preparation for a martial arts competition. In 2364 she activated the program and fought against this fighter to show the Ligonians Lutan and Hagon the use of the holodeck at their request. (TNG: "Code of Honor")

This aikido fighter was played by stunt actor Bernie Pock who received no credit for his appearance.

Beach musician Edit

Holographic beach musician

A musician

This holographic musician was programmed by Geordi La Forge in 2366 to appear in a holographic recreation of a beach at moonlight and play the violin when La Forge had a date with Christy Henshaw. (TNG: "Booby Trap")

This holographic musician was played by an unknown actor.

Cardassian guard Edit

Holographic Cardassian guard, 2369

A Cardassian guard

This Cardassian guard was part of the training program for Captain Picard, Lieutenant Worf and Doctor Crusher in 2369. The program was created to train their undercover mission on Celtris III. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I")

This Cardassian was played by an unknown actor.

Klingon warriors Edit

These two holographic Klingon warriors were part of K'mtar's training program for Alexander in 2370. Alexander defeated one of them but did not kill him so the Klingon tried to kill Alexander from behind. (TNG: "Firstborn")

Ohniaka III Borg Edit

Holographic Ohniaka III Borg

A holographic Borg

This holographic Borg was created on the holodeck by Data after he killed the real Borg at the Ohniaka III Research Station. At Ohniaka III Data felt anger and tried to repeat this emotion. He increased the strength level of the Borg until the holodeck safety protocol stopped this increase. (TNG: "Descent")

Like the real counterpart, this Borg was played by stunt actor Tom Morga who received no credit for his appearance.

Tarchannen III shape Edit

Tarchannen III shape

A holographic shape

This holographic shape was created when Geordi La Forge created a scenario from the planet Tarchannen III on the holodeck aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

This humanoid shape and his shadow were played by regular background actor and stand-in Randy Pflug who received no credit for this appearance.
The shape was edited in post production to look like the final result.

Deep Space 9 Edit

Julian Bashir, Secret Agent Edit

Klingon calisthenics program Edit

Lauriento massage holoprogram 101A Edit

Vic's Las Vegas Lounge (Bashir 62) Edit

Various programs Edit

Baseball audience Edit

These holographic Humans were part of the baseball holoprogram in 2375 during the match between the Niners and the Logicians. At request of Captain Sisko they were first removed from the program but later included again when Rom got his chance to play. (DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite")

The audience was played by unknown performers.

Male Trill Edit

Unnamed holo trill

A holographic Trill

This holographic Trill was, along with Malko, a character in Jadzia Dax's Hoobishan Baths holoprogram. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

He was played by an unknown actor.

Tygarian fighter Edit

Tygarian hologram

A holographic Tygarian

A holographic Tygarian was used by Odo in hopes of curbing a Jem'Hadar's instinct to kill. The Jem'Hadar instinct was not curbed by fighting a holographic opponent. (DS9: "The Abandoned")

This Tygarian fighter was played by stunt actor Tom Morga who received no credit for this role.

USS VoyagerEdit

Beowulf holonovelEdit

Chakotay Training Program 15-BetaEdit

Chez Sandrine (Paris 3)Edit

Day of Honor programEdit

Diplomacy scenario 12-alphaEdit

Fair HavenEdit

Hirogen simulationsEdit

Paxau ResortEdit

The Adventures of Captain Proton Edit

Announcer Edit

The announcer presented the story elements from previous chapters of The Adventures of Captain Proton in the current chapter. Tom Paris and Harry Kim as Captain Proton and Buster Kincaid listened to his words while being in Proton's rocket ship. (VOY: "Bride of Chaotica!")

The announcer was voiced by an unknown actor.

Lonzak's henchmen Edit

These two henchmen worked for Lonzak, aide to Doctor Chaotica in the holographic program The Adventures of Captain Proton.

In 2375 Tom Paris and Harry Kim ran the program when photonic lifeforms entered it and started a war against Doctor Chaotica. The henchmen accompanied Lonzak on several occasions and served as guards for Constance Goodheart and later Queen Arachnia. The first henchman assisted in preparing the death ray while the second one was knocked unconscious by Queen Arachnia, portrayed by Kathryn Janeway. (VOY: "Bride of Chaotica!")

Both henchmen were played by background performers who received no credit for this appearance.
The costume worn by Hoffman was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and is originally colored purple. [1] [2]

Various programsEdit

Borg drones holograms Edit

In 2375 the crew aboard Voyager ran several simulations of their Fort Knox strategy to be more efficient. During this simulation Captain Janeway, Tuvok, Seven of Nine, and Harry Kim beamed aboard a Borg sphere to steal a transwarp coil. Because of a few seconds the Borg adapted and a Borg landing party of four appeared on the bridge. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

All Borg were played by background and stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Holographic shuttle pilot

A holographic shuttle pilot

The shuttle pilot was part of a holodeck orbital skydiving program of B'Elanna Torres. When she told the pilot to increase altitude, he objected to since they were already at 200,000 meters and any higher would risk thermolyzing. Torres overrode his objections. (VOY: "Extreme Risk")

The pilot was played by Daniel Betances.

Voth HologramsEdit


A hadrosaur seen on the holodeck, possibly the ancient ancestor with the unknown species

Voth hologram

A hologram of a Voth-like dinosaur

Voth holograms were used by The Doctor to determine the species of one of the Voth that was captured on USS Voyager. The being had 47 genetic markers that were identical to Humans and The Doctor determined that they had evolved on Earth. The Doctor used a hologram to show what the Hadrosaur would have evolved into if it had survived the extinction of the dinosaurs. The Hadrosaur was a direct evolutionary predecessor of the Voth. (VOY: "Distant Origin")

Both holograms were computer-generated.

Other Edit

Holographic Borg (2404) Edit

Holo Borg, Endgame

A holographic Borg

This holographic Borg was part of Commander Reginald Barclay's class at Starfleet Academy in 2404. He made this hologram for his cadets when guest speaker Admiral Kathryn Janeway visited his class. (VOY: "Endgame")

This holographic Borg was played by an unknown actor.

Section 31 program Edit

These two Starfleet security officers were part of Luther Sloan's holoprogram centering around the loyalty of Julian Bashir. They were armed and guarded Bashir into the holding cell aboard Deep Space 9. (DS9: "Inquisition")

Xyrillian Qo'noS programEdit

Qo'noS surface, Unexpected

Qo'noS surface

Qo'noS recreated in a Xyrillian Holographic chamber. The Xyrillians promised to share their hologram technology, so the Klingons would not destroy the Xyrillian ship. (ENT: "Unexpected")

Qo'noS and the Klingons on the surface were computer-generated.

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