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These are unidentified humanoids species observed in the 24th century. (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek movies)

Abducting aliens Edit

Abducting aliens
Two abducting aliens
Third abducting alien
A third alien

These aliens were characterized by a large bald cranium, a large chin and large nostrils and light brown skin. They were dressed in blue leather-like jumpsuits.

Three beings of this species were responsible for kidnapping Captain Jean-Luc Picard using an energy beam in 2366, and holding him with the Mizarian Kova Tholl, the Chalnoth Esoqq, and the Bolian Starfleet cadet Mitena Haro hostages. They were conducting a maze experiment to study leadership qualities, since their race had no distinctions of authority. After Picard discovered what happened, they returned him to the USS Enterprise-D where he trapped the two aliens in a force field. They pleaded to be let go. After Picard showed them how it is be to held against one's will, that kidnapping is wrong, he dropped the force field and ordered them off his ship. (TNG: "Allegiance")

The two lead aliens were played by twin actors Jerry and Jeff Rector. Stated Michael Westmore, "Both actors looked exactly alike in body shape, head size and facial features, so we were able to use a duplicate set of [makeup] appliances on them." (Star Trek: The Next Generation Makeup FX Journal, p. 66) The third alien was played by an unknown actor.


Albino's guards Edit


Alien bartender's species Edit

Alien bartender
An alien bartender

This alien species was characterized by several vertical ridges running from the tip of the nose to the forehead, one wide nostril and small spiky protrusions on the lower part of the face and the backs of the hands. A member of this species worked as a bartender in a bar on Dessica II in 2370.

Captain Jean-Luc Picard was abducted by mercenaries at his bar. Deanna Troi asked him for information about Picard. She told the bartender that she had business dealings with Picard and that he owed her money. She did not tell him that Picard was a Starfleet officer. He was taken by her look and asked her to come back to discuss it after the bar closed. When she said no, he said he knew nothing about the man she was looking for. Troi told him he was lying, and he said that he knew she was Betazoid. He told her that his customers wished to remain anonymous, and if he talked too much he would be out of business. William T. Riker and Worf were questioning another patron by the name of Yranac as to what happened to Picard. Just as Yranac was about to talk to them for a price, the bartender grabbed him and told him that he had too much to drink and should keep quiet. Beverly Crusher aimed a phaser at him and told him to leave Yranac alone. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")

The alien bartender was played by Stephen Lee.


Alien bidder Edit

Alien bidder 2373
An alien bidder

This female alien was seen at an auction in Quark's on Deep Space 9 in 2372. (DS9: "In the Cards")

This alien was played by an unknown actress.


Alien businessman Edit

Businessman, Babel
An alien businessman

This alien businessman passed Lieutenant Jadzia Dax and Major Kira Nerys on the promenade and greeted them with "Ladies.".

Later he visited Quark's during the time the aphasia virus infected the station's personnel. (DS9: "Babel")

The alien businessman was played by Frank Novak.
His role as an alien businessman is from the end credits of the episode and the script in which his actions were described as "An alien businessman comes out of a shop and nods pleasantly".
His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]


Alien buyer's species Edit

Buyer, Concerning flight
A buyer

A member from this species was attempting to broker a deal with Tau, a leader of pirates who stole technology from various starships. Tau told him he could provide him with all the weapons he needed. When the buyer said Tau's price was too high, Tau threatened to sell the weapons to the buyer's enemies instead. (VOY: "Concerning Flight")

The buyer seen was portrayed by Doug Spearman.


Alien Enterprise-D crewmember Edit


Alien fighter Edit

Tsunkatse ring
Alien fighter in front

The alien fighter participated in a Tsunkatse match.

He was dressed in a skin-tight outfit. He fought a Hirogen. They engaged in a flurry of kicks, punches, feints and dodges. The alien put up a good fight, but the Hirogen prevailed, knocking him out. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")

The alien fighter was played by Doug Wilson.


Alien drone Edit


Alien map dealer's species Edit

Map dealer, Fair trade
A map dealer

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")

The map dealer was portrayed by Eric Sharp.


Alien visitor's species Edit

Visitor, Concerning flight
A visitor

A member of this species invited USS Voyager to discuss a deal for a warp coil. This was just a ruse, in order to question him concerning stolen Voyager technology. He was in possession of Voyager weapons, and was wearing a Starfleet uniform. He admitted that he had purchased the items from a man named Tau, a leader of pirates who stole technology from various ships. He did not know where Tau was, as he always dealt with a go between. In return for his information, he was permitted by Commander Chakotay to keep the items he'd acquired, a deal which did not particularly impress him. (VOY: "Concerning Flight")

The alien was portrayed by Don Pugsley.


Aliens with blue skin and facial bone plates Edit

A bald alien with blue skin and facial bone plates was amongst 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".
Other species with bone plates are the Rasiinians and one of the Nimbus III inhabitants.


Aliens with large heads, pimply skin and external bone mandibles Edit

Short aliens with large skulls
Two short aliens on the Promenade

Very short members of this species were sometimes seen walking on Deep Space 9s Promenade or enjoying a drink at Quark's in 2370. (DS9: "Sanctuary", "Second Sight")

A considerably taller member of this species was a patron at the Replimat three years later. (DS9: "In Purgatory's Shadow")

Another tall member of this species was abducted by the Vidiians and forced to work in a mine on Avery III. (VOY: "Faces")

Another tall member of this species, played by Carl David Burks, appeared in the 1996 video game Star Trek: Klingon as an alien bar patron.


Aliens with large, triangular head Edit

Aliens with triangular heads, The way of the warrior
Alien without hat
Aliens with triangular heads, Sanctuary
Alien with hat
Tsunkatse spectator 5
Tsunkatse spectator

A race of tall, bald aliens with roughly triangular heads and pointed ears. Members of this race were often seen on Deep Space 9's Promenade or in Quark's, sometimes wearing huge, elaborate hats.

Three aliens of this race were enjoying a few drinks at Deep Space 9's Replimat at the beginning of the year 2370. (DS9: "Cardassians")

One member of this species was present when Odo regained his shape-shifting abilities in 2373 and gazed at the Tarkalean hawk that Odo had turned into. (DS9: "The Begotten")

A member of this species was part of the group which welcomed Captain Sisko back abaord the station in 2375. (DS9: "Shadows and Symbols")

A member of this species, without wearing a hat, visited the promenade in 2375 when Captain Sisko asked his son to be his best man at his wedding with Kasidy Yates. (DS9: "Penumbra")

A member of this species was present in the audience watching a Tsunkatse match in 2376. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")

It is unknown how the species made its way to the Delta Quadrant.
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.
In the novel Watching the Clock, these aliens are referred to as the Shirna. [2]

Appearances Edit


Aliens with long faces Edit

Long Face Alien, Armageddon game
An alien in Quark's
Long Face Alien, The ascent
An alien in the Replimat

This individuals are a race of aliens with long faces and deep-set eyes. Members of this race were often seen on Deep Space 9's Promenade or in Quark's.

In 2370 one members of this species was standing in Quark's drinking and talking to a female Starfleet officer who was attentively listening to his story. (DS9: "Armageddon Game")

In 2372 another member of this race as present when Akorem Laan gave a speech on Deep Space 9's Promenade. (DS9: "Accession")

Members of this species also, from time to time, had lunch in the Replimat. (DS9: "The Ascent")

This alien species with a very elaborate head-make-up was only seen in the 2nd to 6th seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Further appearances Edit


Alien with Musket Edit


Alien Patient on Quarra Edit

This alien patient was part of the labor force on Quarra. Most of the laborers were kidnapped and mind altering drugs were used so that they believed that they wanted to work in the Quarren plants.

The alien was either receiving its initial inoculations to alter its memory, or was receiving supplemental inoculations to keep it under mind control. (VOY: "Workforce", "Workforce, Part II")

The alien patient was played by Shauna Kim.


Alien Prisoner Edit


Alien student Edit


Alien with pig-like nose Edit

Alien with pig nose, A man alone
An alien with pig-like nose

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 was played by an unknown performer.


Alien with tentacles Edit

Alien with tentacles 2375
An alien DS9 resident

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 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")

This "Westmore alien" was played by regular background actor Wade Kelley who received no credit for this appearance.
There was at least one other member of this species in an episode of Deep Space Nine which was played by Bill Blair.


Alien with vertical arbor Edit

Alien with vertical arbor
An alien DS9 resident

This alien had a vertical arbor over his mouth and a complex bone structure on its forehead.

A member of this species visited Deep Space 9 in 2375 and was talking to a Starfleet officer while visiting Quark's Bar. Later he was talking to several other bar patrons. (DS9: "Afterimage")

This "Westmore alien" was played by regular background actor Wade Kelley who received no credit for his appearance.


Alien with wrinkled whiskers Edit

Alien with wrinkled whiskers
An alien DS9 resident

This alien with pink/ blue colored skin and a bony head had four wrinkled whiskers around its mouth. It wore an airbrushed pink shirt and a purple coat with holes beside gloves.

A member of this species visited Quark's Bar in 2375 and was talking to a Klingon. Later it was interested in a dabo game hosted by M'Pella and was drinking with a Starfleet officer outside Quark's. (DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite")

This "Westmore alien" was played by regular background actor Wade Kelley who received no credit for this appearance.


Aliens with wrinkly faces Edit

A species of hairless, short aliens with grey-brown wrinkly skin and pronounced cheekbones and a large chin.

A female member of this species was having a drink with a Nausicaan and Commander William T. Riker incognito in a bar on Dessica II in 2370. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")

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 was watching a Dabo game arm in arm with a Markalian in early 2370. (DS9: "Necessary Evil")

A short time later, she was listening to Varani play a Bajoran woodwind instrument in Quark's. (DS9: "Sanctuary")

She was seen sitting in Quark's several times over the years (DS9: "Blood Oath", "Defiant", "Once More Unto the Breach", "Field of Fire") or walking across the Promenade. (DS9: "The Collaborator", "The Abandoned", "Behind the Lines", "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night", "The Reckoning", and more)

A holographic representation of her was also included in a holoprogram created by Section 31 in order to win Julian Bashir for their cause in 2374. (DS9: "Inquisition")

This alien first appeared in TNG: "Gambit, Part I" and then appeared through seasons 2-7 of Deep Space 9.


Bald, green-skinned alien Edit

Green skin
Green-skinned Alien

This Green Skinned Alien was seen on occasionally Deep Space 9. He was in Quark's when Quark gave Morn a potion that would grow hair. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

The alien was played by Stephen Pisani .


Beach visitorsEdit

Alien couple, Inside Man
An alien couple

Several aliens visited the same beach, Deanna Troi and Reginald Barclay visited in 2377.

A couple of aliens with pointed ears and green spotted sides and foreheads came out of the water.

A man with a large nose was buried into the sand by two females. (VOY: "Inside Man")

The male part of the couple was played by background actor David Polk. His trousers were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3] The others were played by unknown performers.


Beaked aliens Edit

Beaked bidder, Q-less
A bidder at Vash's auction in 2369
Beaked dabo player, 2369
A Dabo player in 2369
Beaked customer, Sanctuary
A resident of DS9 in 2370

These individuals are a race of aliens with mottled green skin, a beak instead of a mouth and green, white or dark, multicolored hair. Members of this race were often seen on Deep Space 9's promenade or in Quark's.

One member of this species was a bidder at Vash's auction, hosted by Quark in his bar in 2369. (DS9: "Q-Less")

Another member of this species was present at the dabo table when Lwaxana Troi's brooch was stolen by a Dopterian thief. (DS9: "The Forsaken")

Another alien visited Quark's in 2370 along with another alien and several Starfleet officers. (DS9: "Armageddon Game")

One member of this species witnessed the brawl in Quark's between the Klingon Intelligence officers and the Romulan guards in 2371 from outside of the bar. (DS9: "Visionary")

All members of this species were portrayed by unknown performers.
This alien species was only seen in the first 3 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.

Further appearancesEdit


Blue skinned alien Edit

DS9 blue skinned alien
A blue skinned alien

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")

This alien was played by an unknown actress.
The call sheet is listing this alien as "Caviar Head".
The makeup looks similar to the alien played by Pat Healy in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".


Bonestell Recreation Facility customers Edit

These individuals were customers at the Bonestell Recreation Facility at Starbase Earhart in 2327. They witnessed a dom-jot game between Ensign Cortan Zweller and a Nausicaan and the following brawl. (TNG: "Tapestry")


Buck-toothed aliens Edit

Buck-toothed alien, The Art of Star Trek
Buck-toothed alien close-up
Buck-toothed alien
Two members of the race on DS9
Buck-toothed alien, 2327
At the Bonestell Recreation Facility
Buck-toothed alien criminal
A criminal displayed on a wanted poster
Buck-toothed alien skull, Prey
A skull on a Hirogen hunter ship
Alien skin, Hunters
Eviscerated skin off of a member of this species

This race was seen in the Alpha Quadrant and Delta Quadrant. They are bald with large, pointed ears and a vertically bifurcated, long mouth. Members of this race have often been seen on Deep Space 9's Promenade or in Quark's.

One alien of this race was enjoying a drink at the Bonestell Recreation Facility when Ensign Jean-Luc Picard was spending some time there after his graduation in 2327. (TNG: "Tapestry")

This would seem to imply that First Contact with the Federation took place before 2327.

A member of this species was a criminal and displayed on a wanted poster in the security office aboard Deep Space 9. (DS9: "Vortex", "If Wishes Were Horses", "The Forsaken", "Dramatis Personae", "Duet", and more)

Another member of this species was often seen on the promenade of Deep Space 9, like in 2369 when he was watching the going-ons 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")

Another individual was talking to a security officer on the promenade when Legate Parn had a conversation with Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part II")

One of these aliens was shopping with a female companion on the promenade in 2370. (DS9: "The Wire")

A member of this species joined a drink in Quark's after the strike of the employees. He stood near the door. (DS9: "Bar Association")

When Keiko O'Brien together with her daughter Molly returned to Deep Space 9 after a lengthy stay on Bajor, a member of this race was traveling on the same transport. (DS9: "Accession")

A member of this species was shopping on the Promenade in 2372, when Onaya arrived on the station. (DS9: "The Muse")

The Hirogen had contact with this race. Eviscerated skin from a member of this race was discovered by the USS Voyager in 2374. It was similar to that of Species 5174. (VOY: "Hunters")

Amongst the many trophies aboard a Hirogen hunter ship the USS Voyager encountered in 2374 was the skull of a member of this species. (VOY: "Prey")

The members of this species were played by unknown performers.
It is unknown how this species made it to the Delta Quadrant. The complete head make-up of this alien apparently made it suitable to re-use as a Hirogen trophy skull.
Michael Westmore referred to this alien species as "buck-toothed aliens" in the Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion (in the "Tapestry" entry). Members of this race only appeared in the 1st to 4th seasons of DS9.

Further appearances Edit


Dark-skinned reptilian aliens Edit

Quantum Cafe bartender, In the Flesh
The Quantum Cafe bartender

In a simulation of Starfleet Headquarters by Species 8472, an individual of this race was the bartender of the Quantum Cafe. (VOY: "In the Flesh")

This alien was possibly related to the yellow dabo girl's race, below.


Dessica II bar patrons Edit

These three humanoids were patrons in a bar on Dessica II in 2370 while Commander Riker, Worf, Dr. Crusher, and Deanna Troi were on an undercover mission to find their Captain, Jean-Luc Picard. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")


Female Tsunkatse fighter Edit

Female Tsunkatse fighter
A female alien fighter

This female alien took part in the Tsunkatse matches in the Delta Quadrant when Seven of Nine and Tuvok were held prisoners by Penk, the Tsunkatse coordinator. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")

This female alien was portrayed by stuntwoman Dana Hee who also served as Jeri Ryan's stunt double in this episode.
She received no credit for this part.


Female Ridged AlienEdit

Female Ridged Alien
Female Ridged Alien

A female ridged alien seen on Deep Space 9 in 2370. (DS9: "Rules of Acquisition")

This female alien was portrayed by an unknown actress.


Female Volan III colonistEdit

Female alien, The Maquis Part I
A female colonist

This female colonist from an unknown species served as aide to Amaros on Volan III in 2370.

She was present during the meeting between Amaros and Gul Evek, when Benjamin Sisko and Gul Dukat came into the room. She seemed frightened when two Cardassians brought the dead body of William Patrick Samuels into the meeting and Amaros attacked Evek. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")

This female alien was portrayed by an unknown actress. She wore a pink dress which was previously worn by Dr. Kila Marr in "Silicon Avatar".
It is unclear if she was a member of the Maquis.


Furry alien Edit

Furry alien 2369
A furry alien

This alien was a customer of Quark's Bar in 2369. Its head and face featured long hair while the skin seemed to be grey/ green.

It joined a Bajoran woman when visiting the establishment. (DS9: "Dax")

This alien was played by an unknown performer.


Green-skinned waiter Edit

Green-skinned waiter, Inside man
An alien waiter

A bald alien with mottled green skin and a vertical line of small ridges, running across his forehead and chest was working as a waiter at a beach that Deanna Troi and Reginald Barclay both visited in the year 2377. He handed Barclay a tray of two chocolate passion punches that he had ordered. (VOY: "Inside Man")

The waiter was called "Cabana boy" in the script and played by actor Chase Penny.


Grey-skinned alien Edit

Grey skinned alien 2369
A grey-skinned alien

This alien with grey skin wore a tight black and grey suit and featured a prominent forehead.

A male individual visited Deep Space 9 in 2369 and was seen on the promenade before he joined a woman at Quark's Bar. (DS9: "Dax")

A female individual was a Maquis member on Volan III. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part II")

This alien was played by an unknown actor.


Grey-skinned promenade alien Edit

Grey-skinned promenade alien
A promenade alien

This grey-skinned alien visited Deep Space 9's promenade in 2369 where it was chatting with a Human female at Quark's Bar while Jake Sisko and Nog bough jumja sticks. (DS9: "The Nagus")

This alien was played by an unknown actor.


Hairless pink alien Edit

Hairless pink alien, Starship down
Aboard Deep Space 9
Unknown Alien walking the Promenade aboard Deep Space 9
A female alien
Hairless pink alien, Distant origin
Aboard the Nekrit station

A race of hairless, pink-skinned aliens with large, horizontal nostrils. At least one member of this race was living on Deep Space 9 as she was often seen walking, in a quick pace, across the Promenade. (DS9: "Starship Down")

A member of this species was walking on the promenade aboard Deep Space 9 in 2372 when Worf's brother Kurn arrived on the station. (DS9: "Sons of Mogh")

This alien was portrayed by regular background actress Ivy Borg who received no credit for this part.

By 2372 members of this species had also traveled to Earth, one female member of this species walked along the streets of San Francisco and came very close to Harry Kim's former apartment. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")

At least one alien of this species had made it to the Delta Quadrant and lived on the space station close to the Nekrit Expanse. This resident was present on the station when the crew of the USS Voyager was there and later helped the Voth scientist Forra Gegen create an image of the outer appearance of Humans. (VOY: "Distant Origin")

It is unknown how these aliens made it all the way to the Delta Quadrant; apparently the make-up was re-used here. On DS9, these aliens were only seen in the 4th season.
The alien in "Distant Origin" was portrayed by regular background actress Tracee Cocco.
One of these aliens was working in a bar in the 1996 video game Star Trek: Klingon. She served drinks to Gowron and Pok. This alien was also played by Tracee Cocco.

Appearances Edit


Hostile Alien Edit

Unnamed hostile alien
Hostile Alien

This hostile alien launched an unprovoked attack against a USS Voyager shuttle. (VOY: "Latent Image")

This alien was portrayed by regular Voyager background actor Tarik Ergin.


Humanoid Raider Edit

Humanoid raider
Humanoid raider

This humanoid was once a borg and part of a riding party on a planet in the Nekrit Expanse. He shot at Chakotay, but was scared off by the Cooperative. (VOY: "Unity")

Kivas Fajo's Henchmen Edit


Markonian outpost visitors Edit

Several members of unknown species visited the Markonian outpost, located in the Delta Quadrant, in 2376. They also took part in a technology and cultural exchange with the USS Voyager and visited the bridge, the engineering, and the mess hall.

Among these species were one with long, pointed ears, a blue skinned one, and one with long light hair and a prominent forehead. (VOY: "Survival Instinct")

It is possible that among the unknown species are Kinbori or Morphinian.
None of these performers received on-screen credit for their appearances.


Mercenary AlienEdit

Mercenary alien

This Mercenary alien was hired to protect Tosin. (VOY: "Fair Trade")

Merchant planet visitors Edit

Several members of unknown species visited a merchants planet in the Delta Quadrant. Voyager traveled there to question people about stolen techology (VOY: "Concerning Flight")


Mikhal Bar visitors Edit

These alien bar visitors were present at a lodge at the Mikhal outpost 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.


Miners Edit

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 February 1992 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.


Mokra planet aliens Edit

These alien species were living on the Mokra homeworld in 2372. (VOY: "Resistance")


Multi-colored AlienEdit

Multi-colored Alien
Multi-colored Alien

This multi-colored alien was seen on Deep Space 9 in 2373. (DS9: "The Darkness and the Light")

New Sydney miners Edit

These miners worked in the pergium mine of the Tigan family at the New Sydney colony in 2375. (DS9: "Prodigal Daughter")

The species is unknown as they can only be seen in the darkness.
One of the miners was played by Daniel Reardon whose costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [4] Two more unnamed costumes and a helmet were also sold off. [5] [6] [7]


Omag's Woman and Dabo girl species Edit

Omags woman
One of Omag's women
Alien dabo girl 2369
One of Quark's dabo girls

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 Omag's women that accompanied him to a bar on Qualor II was a member of this species. When Commander William T. Riker attempted to questioned him concerning a stolen Vulcan transport, she laughed at Omag's bad jokes. She would later leave when Riker turned over Omag's dinner plate on his lap. (TNG: "Unification II")

Omag's woman was played by actress Shauna O'Brien.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Calandra.

Several members of this species worked as dabo girls for Quark's. One was working on the dabo table when several Cardassians of Gula Jasad's Galor-class starship played dabo (DS9: "Emissary") and a short time later when Ibudan played the game. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

This dabo girl was played by Diana Cignoni.

Another member of this species was hosting the dabo table when the Wadi delegation came aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. She was replaced by Broik after the Wadi had played the game for hours and her arms were getting tired "from all the spinning". (DS9: "Move Along Home") She was talking to one of Quark's customers a short time later, when he temporarily became the Grand Nagus. (DS9: "The Nagus")

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.


One-eyed Alien Edit

One-eyed Alien, Emissary
A one-eyed alien

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.


Qualor II bar patron Edit

Humanoid bar patron on Qualor II
A humanoid bar patron

This humanoid female visited the bar on Qualor II in 2368 when Commander Riker was searching for the Ferengi Omag. She was wearing a long blue dress and having a drink. Later she was talking to another bar patron. (TNG: "Unification II")

This female was played by Aruni Devi Hansen who received no credit for her appearance.
She was listed as "humanoid patron" on a call sheet for the episode, dated 18 September 1991 and filmed on Paramount Stage 8.


Orion Syndicate alien Edit

Alien on Farius Prime
An alien member of the Orion Syndicate

A member of this species was working for the Orion Syndicate on Farius Prime. (DS9: "Honor Among Thieves")

This alien was played by an unknown actor. Make-up looks near-identical to the Nasari


Reptilian alien Edit

Reptilian alien Bar Association
A reptilian alien

This reptilian alien had a large, rippled back head and no visible ears. His mouth looked like a small beak.

A member of this species was a guest in Quark's in 2372 after the strike of the employees. It previously visited the Promenade. (DS9: "Bar Association")

This alien was played by an unknown actor or an unknown actress.
This alien shares the look with the repto-humanoid species from several Star Trek: Voyager episodes, although the make-up looks slightly different.


Ronara bar patrons Edit

These individuals visited a bar on Ronara Prime in 2370 when Starfleet lieutenant Ro Laren was on an undercover mission to infiltrate the Maquis. There were also Bajorans, Vulcans, a Klingon, and a Kobliad in the bar. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

Rul the Obscure's associates Edit

These two aliens accompanied Rul the Obscure aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369.

They wore blue hats which caped their complete heads and decorated dark suits with colored straps. Both joined the auction at Quark's for artifacts from the Gamma Quadrant. (DS9: "Q-Less")

Both performers received no credit for their appearance.
It is unknown which species they are or if they are the same species.
The script refers to them as "Celestine", indicating members of a religious group.


Scaly aliens Edit

A race of aliens with pink, reptilian skin and clawed hands. Members of this race were often seen on Deep Space 9's Promenade or in Quark's.

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")

This species had contact with the Borg, or at least one member of this race was assimilated by the Collective, as an image of this individual appeared during Seven of Nine's guilt-induced hallucinations. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

The female member of this species was played by regular background actress Ivy Borg who received no credit for her appearances.
These aliens first appeared as the "Venturi" in the non-canon game Star Trek: Starfleet Academy. They are featured as members of the Federation who have turned to piracy when their sun began to fade.

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Salvage alien's species Edit

Salvage alien 1
The leader of the aliens
Female salvage alien
A female salvage alien

The salvage aliens were a group of aliens who confronted Janeway, Lt. Paris and Tuvok over the contents of a Borg debris field. Janeway planned to salvage a replacement cortical node for Seven. The salvage alien claimed the right of salvage. A fight ensued and with Paris at the helm of the Delta Flyer II, the USS Voyager crew fought their way past the alien vessels and returned to the ship. (VOY: "Imperfection")

The leader was played by actor Michael McFall.
The other two were played by stunt actress Elle Alexander and extra Stan G. Clayton, neither or whom received on-screen credit.


Sobras bar patron Edit

Seedy bar alien
Seedy Bar Patron

This alien was located in a Kazon-Pommar bar on Sobras. (VOY: "Alliances")

Sobras dancer Edit

Sobras dancer
A dancer on Sobras

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 Kazon Jal agreed to listen to him first. (VOY: "Alliances")

This woman did look vaguely Talaxian and was played by Symba Smith.


Space hooker Edit

Space hooker
A space hooker

A member of this species was a hooker in a bar on Qualor II when the Enterprise-D visited the planet in 2368. Commander Riker visited the bar when he was investigating the theft of surplus Vulcan ships and materials. (TNG: "Unification II")

The hooker, identified as such in production call sheets, was played by April Rossi, who received no onscreen credit for the performance. She filmed her scenes on Wednesday 18 September 1991 on Paramount Stage 8.


Tailheads Edit

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A tailhead in 2327.
Tailhead, The storyteller
A member of the species
Tailhead, The Homecoming
A tailhead in profile
Tailheads, Emissary
Two tailheads on the promenade
Tailhead assimilated
A member of the species assimilated by the Borg

These aliens are 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 are characterized by a dark stripe running down their face vertically.

Ensign Cortan Zweller played dom-jot against a member of this species in the Bonestell Recreation Facility on Starbase Earhart in they year 2327. (TNG: "Tapestry")

This would seem to imply that First Contact with the Federation took place before 2327.

Two members of this species visited Deep Space 9 shortly after the Cardassian attack and the discovery of the wormhole in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

This appearance was the first appearance of the tailheads as Deep Space Nine background aliens.

One member of this species visited the promenade and Quark's Bar while Grand Nagus Zek retired from his position and named Quark as the new Grand Nagus. (DS9: "The Nagus")

A member of this species served aboard the Miradorn Theta-class raider, commanded by Ah-Kel and Ro-Kel in 2369. (DS9: "Vortex")

Two members of this species visited the promenade of Deep Space 9 when Vedek Winn Adami also visited the station and accused Keiko O'Brien of teaching blasphemy. They later witnessed the destruction of the school by a bomb and one member of them also Neela's assassination attempt on Vedek Bareil Antos. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

A member of this species had a conversation with a Markalian, the two were laughing while having a drink in Quark's. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

These aliens were often seen walking along Deep Space 9's Promenade or as patrons in Quark's. (DS9: "Bar Association")

In 2369 Nog, in the company of Jake Sisko, was throwing small stones down onto two members of the tailhead species from the second level of the promenade. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

The Borg had encountered and assimilated members of this species prior to 2373, as an image of one would later appear during one of Seven of Nine's guilt-induced hallucinations. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

Another member of this species was seen in the audience of a Tsunkatse match one year later. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")

All members of this species were played by unknown performers.
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.
A still image of two members of this species can be seen in the DS9 Season 1 DVD special feature "Deep Space Nine: A Bold Beginning" and Westmore discussed the make-up of these aliens in the special feature "Michael Westmore's Aliens: Season One". They were referred to as the "Chandir" in the TNG novel The Buried Age and the Star Trek: Titan novel Over a Torrent Sea. A female alien with a partially reused make-up of these aliens appeared in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Two Days and Two Nights".

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Tattooed bar guestEdit

Tattooed man, The House of Quark
A tattooed bar guest

This tattooed bar guest had a drink in Quark's Bar in 2371, shortly after the Ferengi killed the Klingon Kozak by accident. (DS9: "The House of Quark")

This tattooed man was played by an unknown actor.


Ten Forward womanEdit

Unnamed-female-alien
A alien woman in Ten Forward.

This alien spoke to a Bolian woman in Ten Forward in 2371. (Star Trek Generations)

This alien was played by regular extra Grace Harrell.


Terrellian boxer's trainer Edit

Alien boxing trainer, The Fight
An alien

The Terrellian boxer's trainer was in the Terrellian boxer's corner during his bout with Chakotay. (VOY: "The Fight")

The Terrellian boxer's trainer was played by background actor Michael Muñoz.'


True Way Operative Edit

True Way operative
An operative of the True Way

An operative of the True Way. (DS9: "Crossfire")

This alien was played by a unknown extra.


Tsunkatse spectators Edit

These aliens were part of the audience of several Tsunkatse matches in 2377. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")

All spectators were all played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Unimatrix Zero members Edit

These humanoids were Borg drones which lived their individuality in a place called Unimatrix Zero during their regeneration. One of them, Axum, contacted Seven of Nine and asked her for help to employ a nanovirus into the Borg Collective and help the drones to retain their individuality.

The crew of the USS Voyager helped these humanoids and started a war with the Borg Queen. Several Borg attacked them in Unimatrix Zero and they gathered and defended themselves with traps and weapons such as the Klingon bat'leth. At the end they returned to their Borg spheres and Borg cubes still having their individuality. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

All members were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
Beside these humanoids there were also a Peliar Zel native, a Hirogen, a Klingon, a member of Kelis' species, another humanoid, an Evora, a member of Varn's species, Axum, and at least one Human.
The third pictured wears a similar makeup as the "Reptilian alien" from DS9: "Bar Association". The dress worn by the fourth pictured alien was worn by the Peliar Zel native in the second part. The sixth alien might be related to the "Vorta-eared, three horned alien" from DS9: "Blaze of Glory". The eight alien might be a Ktarian and related to the alien ambassador from ENT: "Demons". The twelveth alien might be related to the "Markonian outpost visitor" in VOY: "Survival Instinct". The fourteenth alien might be a Brunali and wore the same dress Galyn Görg wore as Nori in VOY: "Warlord". The individuals on the pictures twenty til twenty-seven might be Humans.


Vidiian-like species Edit

Adultress
Adultress

A species characterized by cranial ridges identical to those of the Vidiians.

The adulteress was one member of this species. She was contacted by USS Voyager when they were trying to find the whereabouts of Gar who had stolen The Doctor's matrix. The adulteress had recommend that her husband take Gar on as a partner in a trading deal. She told Janeway that her husband was boring and that Gar was exciting. At first, she was not going to help Janeway locate him, because she thought Janeway wanted him for herself. Only after Janeway pretended that she and Tuvok were lovers did the adulteress help them. (VOY: "Critical Care")

The adulteress was played by Debi A. Monahan.


Vorta-eared, three-horned Alien Edit

Vorta-eared, three horned Alien

These Vorta-eared, three-horned Alien was seen on Deep Space 9 in 2373. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")

Yellow Dabo girl's race Edit

Yellow Dabo girl, Emissary
A dabo girl at Quark's
Dabo girl back head
The jeweled back of the head

A race of bald, yellow-skinned aliens with large eye-sockets and large, slitted nostrils. They have an enlarged skull, not unlike the Voth's. The side of their skull is striped pink and they sometimes decorate the back of their head with small jewels.

A member of this species sold eggs on the floating bazaar on the Xanthan homeworld. (ENT: "Rajiin")

One female member of this race was one of Omag's two "acquaintances" on Qualor II. Both watched him, while he had a large dinner in the bar on the planet. (TNG: "Unification II")

Another female of this race was often seen in Quark's as she worked as a dabo girl there. She usually wore outfits that exposed the bottom of her breasts. (DS9: "Emissary")

She was also working in Quark's when Constable Odo attacked Ibudan and later running the dabo wheel for several other players. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

In 2369 she operated a dabo wheel and served drinks to the auction bidders at Quark's first auction for Gamma Quadrant artifacts. When Q created a boxing fight between himself and Commander Sisko, she was one of the bystanders. (DS9: "Q-Less")

She attended Quark, Morn, and a Ferengi waiter in the background of Quark's Bar during an extradition hearing for Lieutenant Jadzia Dax. (DS9: "Dax")

This female individual served as waitress for Quark during the negotiations between the Bajoran factions Paqu and Navot aboard Deep Space 9. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

She operated the dabo table the same year and applauded to the winning Bolian Starfleet officer. (DS9: "Progress")

She worked at the bar when Quark received a Bajoran earring from the freighter captain Rionoj. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

She was one of the many people watching the racquetball match between Julian Bashir and Miles O'Brien in 2370. (DS9: "Rivals")

Together with the whole staff of Quark's she went on strike in late 2372. (DS9: "Bar Association")

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)


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