The green-skinned alien was previously talking to a Starfleet officer outside Quark's bar as well as to a Bajoran woman on the second level of the Promenade where they passed Captain Sisko and Kai Winn. After the auction, this alien passed Jake Sisko and Nog outside of the security office. (DS9: "In the Cards")
A bald alien with blue skin and facial bone plates was among the residents of Deep Space 9 at the beginning of its Bajoran administration. She visited Quark's when it reopened after Commander Sisko and Quark made an agreement.
When the station was under attack by the Cardassians, she was running across the Promenade with dozens of other residents in order to find safe shelter. (DS9: "Emissary")
This alien was played by regular background actress Tyana Parr, who received no on-screen credit for her appearance. According to Parr this alien was titled "elegant alien".
These aliens were seen on Deep Space 9 beginning with the second season and remained on the station until the final season. On call sheets, they were referred to by the make-up crew with the punny nickname "Taals." In their first two appearances, they were seen wearing huge hats; after DS9: "Sanctuary" those hats were never seen again.
An alien with a huge snail-like skull, deep set eyes and a large pig-like nose was a resident of Deep Space 9 at the beginning of its Bajoran administration. This alien took part in a Ferengi game in Quark's and played against a Bajoran officer while Broik headed the game. (DS9: "A Man Alone")
This alien had some kind of tentacles on its forehead and on its back of the head. Another tentacle was placed right under the mouth. The forehead had several ridges and no ears were visible.
A member of this species was on DS9 shortly after Miles O'Brien's correction period with the Agrathi. He passed Keiko and Bashir shortly after O'Brien was returned to the station. He was in Quark's when O'Brien and Worf were playing darts and later when O'Brien ordered a synthale and threatened Quark. (DS9: "Hard Time")
One member of this species watched a Dominion convoy passing the station through the wormhole from one of the large windows on the Promenade. (DS9: "Call to Arms")
A member of this species was among the many civilians and Bajorans on the Promenade when the Federation gained back control over Deep Space 9 in 2374. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")
One member of this species visited Quark's bar in 2374 while Quark, indisguise as "Lumba", shared a drink with Nilva. (DS9: "Profit and Lace")
A member of this species visited Quark's in 2375 while Sarina Douglas was aboard the station. It was talking to other guests of the bar and sitting on the bar next to Morn. Later it was passing Bashir and Miles O'Brien at the Replimat. (DS9: "Chrysalis")
Another short female member of this species was a resident of Deep Space 9 beginning with the same year. She was always dressed in a grey jumpsuit composed of several pieces of fabric. She was often seen in Quark's or on the Promenade.
She passed Major Kira in front of the infirmary when Kira started yelling at Dr. Bashir. Later, she was talking to a Starfleet officer at the bar in Quark's when Major Kira was forced to enjoy herself by CMO Julian Bashir. (DS9: "Defiant")
This alien species was only seen in the first three seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Over that time, the make-up was modified slightly. The alien seen in DS9: "Q-Less" had white hair and a light green, mottled make-up. The one seen in DS9: "The Forsaken" had green hair and his face was nearly completely green. Beginning with DS9: "The Siege", members of this species always had dark multicolored hair and a dark green complexion.
This alien had a blue skin and a drop like head structure.
A female member of this species visited Deep Space 9 in 2375. She was talking to residents in front of Quark's and later joined others and had a drink at the bar where she was among the patrons Elim Garak shouted at because of his claustrophobia. (DS9: "Afterimage")
Another member of this species was often seen on the Promenade of Deep Space 9, like in 2369 when he was watching the goings-on on the busy Promenade from the second level. Previously he was seen talking to a female Starfleet officer in front of the security office. (DS9: "Duet")
This species is characterized by a series of horizontal nose-ridges, spaced more widely than the Bajoran ridges, a deep vertical furrow on the bridge of the nose and small indentations on the forehead.
One of the two scantily-clad women that Quark imagined when the station was affected by aliens that turned fantasies into reality in 2369 was of this species. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses")
In order to "persuade" Fallit Kot not to kill him, Quark sent two dabo girls, one of them a member of this species, to his table for him to enjoy himself. The girls were to teach him how to play dabo and Quark told Kot to be sure to ask them about their "double down" betting strategy. (DS9: "Melora")
After this appearance, dabo girls of this species were not seen again.
An alien with just one eye, a large cranium, and a wide jaw was among the residents of Deep Space 9 shortly after the Cardassians withdrew from the station. This alien was dressed completely in blue and wore a hood. (DS9: "Emissary")
This alien was played by extra Robert Jodlowski, who received no credit for his appearance.
In 2373, two members of this race were customers of Quark's. Arissa alerted Quark that the two aliens were actually cheating at the dabo table. One member of this race was standing on the upper level of the bar and pointing a ring with a hidden graviton emitter at the Dabo table where his accomplice was winning one game after another. (DS9: "A Simple Investigation")
A member of this race was also present on the Promenade when Odo finally admitted his love to Kira Nerys and the two kissed on the Promenade (DS9: "His Way") and when Grand Nagus Zek visited Quark's Bar to name his successor Rom. (DS9: "The Dogs of War")
These aliens were characterized by a large trunk-like appendage emanating from the back of their head and many horizontal folds across their whole face. Some members of this species were characterized by a dark stripe running down their face vertically.
These aliens were nicknamed "tailheads" by Michael Westmore. Their make-up was changed slightly between DS9's seasons 2 and 3 and the black vertical stripe was added. Vincent Niebla worked on sculpting the head.
Members of this alien species had whiskers protruding from their brows and the backs of their heads, as well as bony jaw lines and brows.
A member of this species passed Doctor Bashir on the Promenade shortly after he submitted his proposal to surrender to the Dominion. Later, this alien was sitting at the bar in Quark's when Bashir yelled at Quark. Shortly before the genetically enhanced Humans boarded a transport off Deep Space 9, this alien played dabo along with Bashir at Quark's. (DS9: "Statistical Probabilities")
This "Westmore alien" was played by regular background actor Bill Blair who received no credit for this appearance.
A race of bald, yellow-skinned aliens with large eye-sockets and large, slitted nostrils. They had an enlarged skull, not unlike those of the Voth. The side of their skull was striped pink and they sometimes decorated the back of their head with small jewels.
Later that year, when Bashir was playing darts with Morn, two dabo girls were watching the two men, one of them was the yellow-skinned dabo girl and both of them were arm in arm with Morn after the game. (DS9: "Accession")
None of the actresses who appeared in these roles received on-screen credit for their appearances.
After the fourth season of DS9 she was never seen again. Ronald D. Moore said that "I believe we've switched actresses a couple of times over the years." (AOL chat,1997)
These aliens were an intelligent species and civilization with advanced technology. Their physical appearance was characterized by a large bald cranium, a large chin and large nostrils and light brown skin. They were dressed in blue leather-like jumpsuits. They had the ability to form links between themselves telepathically, so that they were in continual contact with each other.
Their culture was heavily influenced by the fact that each individual was identical, so that distinctions between themselves were meaningless. Consequently, they did not have leaders or followers. They also did not have a concept of morality.
Their technology included transporters which could also replicate living matter, including the complex patterns of the brain.
In 2366, a group of them decided to study the nature of command. To this end, three beings were responsible for kidnapping members of other species which reacted differently to authority. They kidnapped CaptainJean-Luc Picard, a Mizarian, Kova Tholl, and a Chalnoth, Esoqq. Another being also entered the cell to observe them, taking on the identity of a BolianStarfleetcadet, Mitena Haro. The cell was designed with tests in mind to give them goals to achieve, and setbacks to deter them when they didn't work together. Meanwhile, the group created replicas of the three individuals to resume their lives and test aspects of command there. For example, Picard's replica gave increasingly strange orders to gauge reaction.
After Picard discovered what happened, they returned him to the Enterprise since the experiment is now ruined. He trapped the two aliens with him in a force field. They pleaded to be let go. After Picard showed them what it's like to held against one's will, that kidnapping is wrong, he dropped the force field and ordered them off his ship. (TNG: "Allegiance")
The script simply described these individuals and race as "identical alien creatures (a species we've never seen before)." The script also indicates that there were a total to four aliens seen in the episode, with #3 being Haro and #4 being the Picard replicate.
Westmore further explained that the staff described these aliens as "cauliflower heads", and described their makeup as "large, yellowish heads with big nostrils." (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, p. 118)
These seven alien miners were working on Harod IV and were stranded on the planet in late 2368. They were picked up by the USS Enterprise-D and transported to their next destination aboard the ship at the same time as Kamala was transported aboard the ship. When the empathic metamorph entered Ten Forward, she caused quite a stir among the miners because of her beauty. They quickly surrounded her and said suggestive things, to which Data called them rude. For a short time, Kamala adopted the rough personality that appealed to the visiting miners. She egged them on by asking what drink they like. When they replied Aldorian ale, she said that it was her favorite too. Data, who was assigned to be her chaperone, sensed trouble and escorted her out, with the assistance of Worf who intimated the miners.
Two of these aliens were characterized by yellow skin and facial ridges that looked rather similar to Cardassian ridges, two of them by grey skin ridges on the forehead and barbels at the side of the mouth and underneath the lower lip, and others by brown skin, a number of facial ridges and protrusions and large cheekbones. (TNG: "The Perfect Mate")
Beside the three credited actors, the other miners were played by background performers with the last names Gregory, Wilson, and Lynch.
They filmed their scenes on Friday 21 February1992 on Paramount Stage 8 and were all listed as "Alien Miners" on the call sheet. It is unknown if they're all from the same species or different ones.
A member of this humanoid species had a shop on a trade station near the Nekrit Expanse in the Delta Quadrant. Neelix met with him in hopes of obtaining a map of the expanse. The dealer told him that there were no maps of the expanse, as it was too unstable to chart. (VOY: "Fair Trade")
These aliens, which bore features similar to both the Benzites and Imhotep were played by unknown actors. In the call sheets, they were identified as "Full Heads", and in the script, the one encountered by Janeway was called simply, "Alien N.D." and was uncredited, despite having spoken dialog.
A female member of this species was seen dancing in a Kazon-Pommar bar on Sobras. Tersa informed Neelix that this dancer behind him had shown him the puzzle he was completely engrossed in. He added that the first man to solve it, and move only two rods to change it from a dodecahedron to an icosahedron, would have the privilege of spending the night with her. Neelix took a seat at Tersa's table and offered to help with the puzzle if the KazonJal agreed to listen to him first. (VOY: "Alliances")
The third, fourth, and fifth pictured aliens are from the same species and were played by background performers C. Evans, M. Janati, and G. Victor. The final nine tradersare listed as "Humans" on the call sheets. The last two women were played by S. Dean and J. Durant.
The first fighter fought a match against the Hirogen fighter but lost. The second one trained with the female fighter in the quarters. The third alien fighter was present in the quarters when Seven of Nine was forced to comply and when the Hirogen fighter trained her. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")
The second and third pictured women are from the same species. The fourth pictured alien shared some features with the Swarm species from the third season episode "The Swarm". The fifth picture alien reuses the headpiece of the Evora with a different, more prominent nosepiece.
These alien bar visitors were present at a lodge at the Mikhaloutpost when Captain Kathryn Janeway and a Mikhal traveler, called Nakahn, were engaged in conversation. He was telling the captain an incredible story of one of his travels. Among them were two females and two male aliens. (VOY: "Darkling")
All four aliens were played by background performers who received no on-screen credit for their appearance.