Wikia

Memory Alpha

Unnamed Ba'ku

Discuss0
37,549pages on
this wiki
Revision as of 21:26, November 7, 2012 by ThomasHL (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)

This is a list of unnamed Ba'ku.

Artim's friendEdit

Artims friend

A friend of Artim

This Ba'ku boy was a friend of Artim. He was playing with him and five other children in the haystacks and on the hills when they witnessed explosions and ran back to the village.

When the crew of the USS Enterprise-E searched for Artim they found the two boys sitting in a tree with the Rhyl. The two Ba'ku boys then guided the crew and Anij and Sojef to the place where they've played when they first saw explosions from the cloaked Data. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Boy was played by extra Brian Scheu who received no on-screen credit.


Female Ba'ku 1Edit

(Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by extra Cory Ellis, who received no credit for her appearance.


Gallatin's motherEdit

April Dawn Minney, Insurrection

Gallatin's mother (center)

This female Ba'ku was the mother of Gallatin, one of the renegade Ba'ku who turned into the Son'a.

After Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew conquered Ru'afo and his plans to sacrifice the Ba'ku and their homeworld, Anij managed the first meeting since a long time between Gallatin and his mother. Doctor Beverly Crusher brought the two together and the Ba'ku woman embraced Gallatin. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Gallatin's mother was played by background extra April Dawn Minney, who received no credit for her appearance.


Male Ba'ku 1Edit

Baku male 1

A male Ba'ku

This male Ba'ku was one of the inhabitants of the Ba'ku village. When the Ba'ku were forced to leave their village he was on the trail right behind Data and Artim. Later, he was one of the individuals who was marked with an isolinear tag from a Son'a drone and beamed on board Ru'afo's ship. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by regular extra Marti Matulis who received no credit for his appearance.


Male Ba'ku 2Edit

Baku male 2

A male Ba'ku

This male Ba'ku was one of the inhabitants of the Ba'ku village. During the walk away from the village he made a rest right behind Doctor Beverly Crusher and Counselor Deanna Troi. Later, he was one of the individuals who was marked with an isolinear tag from a Son'a drone and beamed on board Ru'afo's ship. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by regular Star Trek: Enterprise extra John Jurgens who also received no credit for his appearance.


Male Ba'ku 3Edit

(Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by extra Baxter Earp, who received no credit for his appearance.


Male Ba'ku 4Edit

Evan English, Insurrection

A male Ba'ku

This male Ba'ku was present when the cloaked Son'a had a fight with Data and was shocked when several other Ba'ku were thrown on the ground and hit by "something invisible". Later he was also one of the Ba'ku who walked away from their village to be safe in the caverns and was carrying a large basket on his back. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by regular Star Trek: Enterprise background actor Evan English, who received no credit for his role.
In the Star Trek: Insurrection (Special Edition) bonus feature "Anatomy of a Stunt", which included a cut scene from the final movie, he was one of the Ba'ku who stopped right behind Data when they met the three alien officers at the cliff.


Male Ba'ku 5Edit

(Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by background actor Clint Glenn, who received no credit for his appearance.


Male Ba'ku 6Edit

(Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by background actor Zorab Ovsepyan, who received no credit for his appearance. His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]


Male Ba'ku 7Edit

(Star Trek: Insurrection)

This Ba'ku was played by background actor Fabio Filotti, who received no credit for his appearance. His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2]


Playing childrenEdit

These five Ba'ku children were playing with Artim and his friend on the haystacks and the hills not far from the Ba'ku village when several explosions appeared. They were frightened and ran back into the village where the adult Ba'ku protected them and brought them into the houses. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

The five children were played by unknown performers who received no credit for their appearance.
It may be possible that the boy on the first image was played by Zachary Williams (who was credited in the end credits) because he was the only Ba'ku boy who had dialogue.


Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki