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The following is a list of all unnamed Bajoran individuals who do not serve as part of the Bajoran Militia.

For a complete list of all individuals, see Category: Bajorans.

Assassination attempt spectator

Bajoran assassination attempt spectator
A Bajoran man

This Bajoran man watched Vedek Winn Adami and Bareil Antos during their speech on the Promenade in 2369. When Commander Benjamin Sisko stopped Neela, who tried to assassinate Bareil, he knocked this man to the ground. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

This Bajoran was played by stunt actor Buck McDancer, who received no credit for his appearance.


Assay office assistant

Assay office assistant
A Bajoran assistant

This Bajoran civilian worked as assistant in the assay office aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. He assisted the Bajoran clerk in storing the artifacts that Vash brought from the Gamma Quadrant. Shortly after this, he informed Quark about the treasures from the Gamma Quadrant. (DS9: "Q-Less")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor.


Bajoran 1

Bajoran 1, A Man Alone
A Bajoran man

This Bajoran man was among a group of Bajorans in an anti-Odo hysteria because they believed Odo had murdered a fellow Bajoran. He and his mob friends threatened Odo and followed him to the security office where they wanted his death but were stopped by Commander Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

This Bajoran was played by Peter Vogt.


Bajoran 2

Bajoran -2, Life support
A Bajoran man

This Bajoran man was on a transport that suffered a serious accident. He helped Kai Winn off the shuttle. (DS9: "Life Support")

The man was played by Kevin Carr.


Bajoran 3

Bajoran man, Tom Morga, A man alone
A Bajoran man

This Bajoran was part of a mob of Bajorans who threatened Odo because they believed Odo had murdered a fellow Bajoran. In the brawl caused by this action, in front of the security office, he was knocked out by Major Kira Nerys. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

This Bajoran was played by stunt actor Tom Morga, who received no credit for this appearance.


Bajoran 4

Bajoran 4 A Man Alone
A Bajoran man

This male Bajoran was part of the mob who threatened Odo because they believed Odo had murdered a Bajoran. In the brawl caused by this action, he threw a stone and knocked one Bajoran deputy unconscious, before he was stopped by Chief O'Brien. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

This Bajoran was played by stunt actor Vincent Mazzella, Jr., who received no credit for his appearance.


Bajoran aide

Aide to Jaro
Minister Jaro's aide

This Bajoran female served as an aide to Minister Jaro Essa in 2370.

She accompanied him to his visit on Deep Space 9 and the welcome for Li Nalas. She was also present when Minister Jaro told Commander Sisko and Major Kira that Li Nalas was the new liaison officer between Bajor and the Federation. (DS9: "The Homecoming", "The Siege")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actress.
Presumably she was privy to Jaro's involvement with the Alliance for Global Unity and his attempted coup.


Bajoran with aphasia

Aphasic Bajoran
A Bajoran

A Bajoran with aphasia contracted the disease from a virus that was left behind on Terok Nor following the Cardassian occupation. The virus made the person unable to speak coherently.(DS9: "Babel")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor.


Bajoran Assassin

Bajoran Assassin, Image in the sand
A Bajoran assassin

A fanatical Pah-wraith cultist attempted to assassinate Benjamin Sisko to prevent him from finding the Orb of the Emissary. While he seriously wounded Sisko at the officer's father's home, Jake Sisko was able to both subdue and capture the assailant and rescue his father. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

Several months later, Fala told Colonel Kira Nerys that the assassin was "acting out of his own misguided beliefs" and Dukat was not involved. (DS9: "Covenant")

The assassin was was played by Johnny Moran.


Bajoran bureaucrat

Unnamed Bajoran Bureaucrat
A Bajoran Bureaucrat

A member of the Bajoran Provisional Government, Kira Nerys had a very heated argument with this official, apparently about the Government's request of Federation assistance, just before meeting Commander Benjamin Sisko in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

The bureaucrat was was played by actor Gene Armor.


Bajoran children (2369)

Two Bajoran children joined Keiko O'Brien's school in 2369 on her first day as a teacher. They sat down between Jake Sisko and Nog. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

According to the script, the boy was eight years old, the girl ten.

The same year, while Keiko was on Earth and her husband Miles O'Brien took over as a substitute teacher, four more Bajoran children joined the classroom. (DS9: "The Nagus")

According to the script all students in this episode range from age six to fourteen.
It may be possible that one of the Bajorans was named Luta. A line from the script which did not made it into the episode stated that O'Brien wanted to see the algebra homework of Jake and Luta.

Some of the children were present when Vedek Winn Adami interrupted the lesson. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")


Bajoran Circle members

Bajoran Circle members, The Homecoming
Three Bajorans

Three masked Bajorans, who were members of "The Circle" in 2370, attacked Quark in his bar. They branded him on his forehead with a tattoo of their group to show their claims to remove every non-Bajoran from Bajor. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

The next day, three members attacked and kidnapped Major Kira Nerys from the temple garden of the Bajoran monastery in the Bajoran Capital. They brought her to the cavern labyrinth in the Perikian Peninsula and held her hostage on the orders of Jaro Essa. When Commander Sisko, Doctor Bashir, Li Nalas, and two Bajoran security deputies tried to rescue Kira, they had a shootout with these Circle members, who were knocked unconscious. Kira was rescued. (DS9: "The Circle")

The three Bajorans in "The Homecoming" were played by unknown performers, the Bajorans in "The Circle" by stunt performers. It may be possible that they were played by the same people. This has yet to be verified.


Bajoran civilians

Bajoran officer on the promenade 2374
Bajoran civilians on DS9

Bajoran civilians crowded around as Benjamin Sisko left Deep Space 9 after the death of Jadzia Dax.(DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The Bajorans were played by unknown performers.


Bajoran clerk

Bajoran Clerk, Q-Less
A Bajoran clerk

The Bajoran clerk ran the assay office on the space station Deep Space 9 in 2369. He inventoried Vash's possessions that she placed in a storage locker. He assured her that the assay office was the safest place to keep her goods. (DS9: "Q-Less")

This Bajoran was played by Van Epperson.


Bajoran contact

This female Bajoran acknowledged Captain Picard's orders and reminded him that their ship was limited to a half impulse when the Enterprise-D accompanied the Bajoran Antares class cruiser from Valo I to Valo III. She was stationed on the ground and communicated via a relay. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

This Bajoran was voiced by an unknown actress.


Bajoran couple (2374)

Madalones, Times Orphan
A Bajoran couple

This Bajoran couple visited Quark's Bar in 2374.

They went to the second level of the bar when Molly O'Brien, aged and confused through a time portal and the strange environment, went downstairs and hit the woman. The couple fell down the rest of the stairs. (DS9: "Time's Orphan")

This Bajoran stunt couple was portrayed by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone and his wife Linda Madalone. Neither received credit for their appearances.


Bajoran funeral attendee

Bajoran funeral attendee
A Bajoran funeral attendee

This man was an attendee at Morn's funeral at Quark's in 2374. During a eulogy given by Quark, he was asked to take Morn's seat at the bar to keep his seat warm. (DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

This Bajoran was played by regular extra Mark Allen Shepherd, who also played Morn, and received no credit for all of his appearances.


Bajoran funeral attendee 2

Morn art and Bajoran mourner
A Bajoran with white hair

This man was an attendee at Morn's funeral at Quark's in 2374.(DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor.


Bajoran girl (2371)

Bajoran gong
A Bajoran girl

This Bajoran girl hit a gong to start the Bajoran Gratitude Festival. (DS9: "Fascination")

This Bajoran girl was played by an unknown actress.


Bajoran Hutet prisoners

These Bajoran prisoners worked in the Hutet labor camp on Cardassia IV in 2370. They were rescued by Major Kira Nerys and Chief Miles O'Brien who searched for Li Nalas. A few of them, including Borum stayed on the planet and defended Li from the Cardassian guards. The prisoners who stayed behind were subsequently returned to Bajor. (DS9: "The Homecoming")

The Bajoran prisoners were played by background performers and stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Bajoran lute player

Bajoran lute, Fascination
Bajoran lute player

This Bajoran lute player entertained the people on Deep Space 9 in 2371 during the Bajoran Gratitude Festival, which was held on the station. (DS9: "Fascination")

The lute player was played by an unknown actor.


Bajoran man

Bajoran man, A man alone
A Bajoran man

The Bajoran man and his companion were eating at the Replimat when Jake Sisko and Nog released some Garanian bolites by their table. He began to itch and harmlessly turn blue and yellow before the effects subsided. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

This Bajoran was played by Patrick Cupo.


Bajoran midwife

Bajoran midwife, Covenant
A Bajoran midwife

The Bajoran midwife attend to Mika when she gave birth while on Empok Nor. She gave birth to a half-Cardassian child. Dukat proclaimed that the child was transformed by the Pah-wraiths a symbol of his covenant with his followers. In fact, Dukat had a one-night affair with Mika. (DS9: "Covenant")

The midwife was played by Miriam Flynn.


Bajoran monk 1

Bajoran Monk -1, Emissary
A Bajoran monk

The Bajoran monk greeted Benjamin Sisko when he arrived on Deep Space 9. He told him that the Prophets welcomed Sisko and asked him to enter a Bajoran temple. Sisko told him that he would do so at another time. (DS9: "Emissary")

The monk was played by Donald Hotton.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Prylar Mond.


Bajoran monk 2

Bajoran monk Way of the Warrior
A Bajoran monk

This Bajoran monk resided on Deep Space 9 in 2372. He passed Drex and a few other Klingons on the Promenade, shortly before they stopped Morn. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This monk was played by an unknown actor.


Bajoran musician (mirror universe)

Bajoran woodwind instrument, Crossover
A Bajoran musician

This Bajoran musician played on a Bajoran woodwind instrument aboard Terok Nor in the mirror universe in 2370.

When Intendant Kira Nerys entered Quark's, he asked her what he should play for her. (DS9: "Crossover")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor.
His dialogue was spoken when he was out of view and probably spoken by a voice actor in post-production.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Javek Len.


Bajoran Pah-wraith followers

These Bajoran Pah-wraith followers were members of a Cult of the Pah-wraiths.

Some of them visited Deep Space 9 in 2375 and prayed for the pah-wraiths on the promenade in front of the Bajoran shrine. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

They chose Dukat as their leader. They found shelter on the abandoned outpost Empok Nor in 2375 and were willing to commit suicide before Kira Nerys exposed Dukat as a fraud. (DS9: "Covenant")

These Bajorans were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearance.
Several earrings and armbands worn by them were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]


Bajoran prisoner

Ziyal found indiscretion
A Bajoran prisoner

This Bajoran prisoner was a survivor of the Ravinok, a Cardassian prison transport. He and the other survivors of the Ravinok were enslaved by the Breen at a dilithium mine. Tora Ziyal, the daughter of Dukat's mistress, was also aboard. During the rescue by Kira and Dukat he told them how many Breen were at the mine, and Dukat told him to get all the prisoners together. (DS9: "Indiscretion")

This Bajoran prisoner was played by an unknown actor.


Bajoran on the promenade

Bajoran walking on the Promenade
A Bajoran

A Bajoran was walking on the Promenade when Miles O'Brien escorted Tosk to Quark's. (DS9: "Captive Pursuit")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor.


Bajorans on the promenade

Bajoran boy 2375
Bajoran at replimat

These Bajorans were standing at the replimat and watched Captain Sisko after they've learned that Sisko planned to marry Kasidy Yates. (DS9: "Penumbra")

The Bajoran boy has his own article. The other Bajorans behind him were played by unknown performers


Bajoran prylar

Newly elected Kai Winn
Prylar in background

This prylar was one of two that escorted Winn Adami following her election as kai by the Vedek Assembly. (DS9: "The Collaborator")

The prylar was played by an unknown actor.


Bajoran residents on the promenade

Yevir Linjarin in Rapture
Bajoran residents

Bajoran residents on the promenade crowded around Benjamin Sisko as he was walking among them. Sisko had received a series of pagh'tem'far and could see the past, present, and future. The people wished to hear his wisdon. (DS9: "Rapture")

The residents were played by unknown performers.


Bajoran shop owners

Damaged Promenade in Emissary
Bajoran shop owners

Bajoran shop owners leaving the Promenade after their shops were destroyed by the Cardassians prior to the Cardassian withdrawal in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

The Bajoran shop owners were played by unknown performers.


Bajoran slave laborers (Terek Nor)

Quark workers
Bajoran slave laborers
Cardassians guard Bajorans
Bajoran slave laborers

A group of Bajoran slave laborers worked for Quark during the Occupation of Bajor.

Another group of laborers were guarded by a pair of Cardassian soldiers.(DS9: "Things Past", "Necessary Evil")

The workers were portrayed by an unknown performers.


Bajoran woman 1

Bajoran Woman -1, A man alone
A Bajoran woman

The Bajoran woman and her companion were eating at the Replimat when Jake Sisko and Nog released some Garanian bolites by their table. She and her companion began to itch and harmlessly turn blue and yellow before the effects subsided. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

This Bajoran was played by Kathryn Graf.


Bajoran woman 2

Bajoran woman, Q-Less
A Bajoran woman

In 2369 Doctor Julian Bashir attempted to impress this Bajoran woman, in whom he had romantic interest, with stories about his days at the Starfleet Medical Academy. He told her during their date at the Replimat about his final exam and how he mistook a preganglionic fiber for a postganglionic nerve. The Bajoran woman seemed fascinated by his stories and when Bashir had to leave she told him that there would be another time for them. (DS9: "Q-Less")

This Bajoran woman was played by Laura Cameron.


Bajoran woman 3

Bajoran Deputy, Past prologue
A Bajoran woman on the stairs

A Bajoran woman was behind a security deputy who confronted Lursa and B'Etor. (DS9: "Past Prologue")

This Bajoran woman was played by an unknown actress.



Bajoran worker 1 (2369)

Bajoran worker 1 2369
A Bajoran

This male Bajoran was one of the civilians who cleaned up the debris from the Promenade after Deep Space 9 was left damaged by the Cardassians. When the Markalian thief tried to escape from Odo he knocked him down. (DS9: "Emissary")

This Bajoran was played by stunt actor Cole McKay who received no credit for this appearance.


Bajoran worker 2 (2369)

Bajoran worker 2 2369
A Bajoran

This male Bajoran was one of the civilians who cleaned up the debris from the Promenade after Deep Space 9 was left damaged by the Cardassians. When the Markalian thief tried to escape from Odo he knocked him down. (DS9: "Emissary")

This Bajoran was played by stunt actor Red Horton who received no credit for this appearance.



B'hala Bajorans

Bhala
Ancient Bajorans

A number of people, presumably Bajorans, were depicted on an icon painting of B'hala. (DS9: "Rapture")

Blessed child

Blessed Bajoran child
A Bajoran baby

This Bajoran baby was carried by her mother to Chief O'Brien and at the request of her mother blessed by him because of his new status as the village's Sirah. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This infant was portrayed by an unknown performer.


Boy on the promenade

Bajoran boy 2375
A Bajoran boy

This Bajoran boy was among the Bajorans who were standing at the replimat and watched Captain Sisko after they've learned that Sisko planned to marry Kasidy Yates. (DS9: "Penumbra")

This Bajoran boy was played by background actor Kevin M. Brettauer who received no credit for this part.


Chamber of Ministers members

Chamber of Ministers
Members of the Chamber of Ministers

The Chamber of Ministers was the head of the Bajoran Provisional Government. During the debate during the attempt coup by the Alliance for Global Unity, Kira was able to prove to the Chamber of Ministers that the Alliance for Global Unity weapon suppliers were Cardassians. This information led to the coup being foiled. (DS9: "The Siege")

The unnamed ministers were portrayed by an unknown performers.


Chanting monk

Chanting Monk
A Bajoran monk

This monk was chanting a prayer to the Prophets, when Sisko entered a temple on Bajor to meet Kai Opaka in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

This Bajoran monk was played by Stephen Rowe.


Comfort women

These eight Bajoran women were chosen by Basso Tromac to serve as comfort women aboard Terok Nor in 2346. He abducted them from labor camps and rewarded their families with better and more food. After they got their quarters aboard Terok Nor and enough food and clothing they were presented to Gul Dukat and worked as hostesses for the Cardassian officers. Kira Meru was among these women and her daughter Kira Nerys too while experiencing the Orb of Time. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")

All comfort women were played by background performers who received no credit for their work.
Several of their costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [6] [7] [8] [9] The latter costume was later reused for actress Debra Lamb Bailleaux in a deleted scene of the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow".


Dahkur citizens

These Bajorans were citizens of the Dahkur Province on Bajor in 2369 and 2375. (DS9: "Emissary", "The Changing Face of Evil")

The Bajorans were CGI-created.


Deep Space 9 resident (2369-2375)

Bajoran civilian in Quarks bar 2369
A Bajoran civilian

This male Bajoran civilian lived on Deep Space 9 between 2369 and 2375.

He was present at Quark's Bar when a Dopterian pickpocket robbed Lwaxana Troi's latinum hair brooch and Constable Odo found the robber. (DS9: "The Forsaken")

He also visited the bar when the crewmembers of the station were affected by the Saltah'na energy spheres. (DS9: "Dramatis Personae")

He passed Major Kira Nerys on the second level of the Promenade and later the survivors of Gallitep in front of the security office. Later he witnessed the murder of Aamin Marritza by Kainon. (DS9: "Duet")

He was present on the Promenade when Keiko and Miles O'Brien spent time at the jumja stick shop and when the orthodox Bajoran group arrived on the station. When the school aboard the station was destroyed by a bomb, he was among the group of shocked bystanders. This Bajoran welcomed Vedek Bareil Antos at the airlock during the vedek's first visit aboard the station. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor who received no credit for his appearances.
He was one of the regular background performers throughout the run of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.


Els Renora's great-granddaughter

The Bajoran arbiter Els Renora mentioned her great-granddaughter when she compared the age of Lieutenant Jadzia Dax to her relative. She said that Dax was either two hundred years older then herself or at the same age of her great-granddaughter. (DS9: "Dax")

This Bajoran was only mentioned in the episode.


Female Bajoran villager (2369)

Female Bajoran villager 2369
A Bajoran woman

This Bajoran woman asked for Chief O'Brien's blessing for her daughter after he had been proclaimed as the new Sirah of her village. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This Bajoran woman was played by Amy Benedict.


Female customer (2369)

Female Bajoran customer 2369
A female Bajoran

This female Bajoran was a customer of Quark's Bar where she lost her currency pouch in 2369. It was returned to her by Rom with great disappointment by Quark. (DS9: "The Nagus")

This Bajoran woman was played by an unknown actress.


Freedom fighters

These six Bajoran freedom fighters supported Orta and his Bajoran Resistance cell in 2368. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his away team of the USS Enterprise-D tried to talk to Orta and were surprised by these freedom fighters who pointed their weapons on the away team. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

Beside Michael Zurich, these freedom fighters were played by background performers with the last names Clark, Landi, Pentarow, Polito, and Santo.


Gallitep laborers

Gallitep
Five Bajoran laborers

These five Bajorans were imprisoned in the Gallitep labor camp until 2357. In 2369 the crew of Deep Space 9 received an image from the Bajoran Central Archives which pictured them. (DS9: "Duet")

All five Bajorans were played by unknown performers.


Gallitep survivors

Gallitep survivors
Five Gallitep survivors

These five Bajoran Gallitep survivors gathered outside the security office on Deep Space 9 in 2369 while the Cardassian Aamin Marritza, posing as Gul Darhe'el, was held prisoner. They wore "dust-wraps" around their faces that prevented Bajoran laborers from being suffocated in the mines on Gallitep. They arrived after word had been received that Darhe'el, the commandant of the camp, had been arrested. Quark asked Odo if he knew if they would gamble. (DS9: "Duet")

These five Bajorans were played by unknown performers.


Latara's Husband

This Bajoran man married Ensign Latara, who was stationed aboard Deep Space 9, in 2372. After their marriage, they asked for Captain Benjamin Sisko, the Emissary of the Prophets, to give his blessing to their union. He did so, making them both very happy. (DS9: "Accession")

This Bajoran man was played by an unknown actor.


Mercenaries

These two Bajoran mercenaries were hired by Quark along with Durg in 2369 to assist Rao Vantika in hijacking the Federation freighter Norkova because of its deuridium shipment. Together with Durg they boarded the runabout USS Rio Grande and beamed aboard the freighter, where they shot the captain, the cargo officer, and the helmsman. After this, they received an order to find the other crewmembers and kill them if necessary. (DS9: "The Passenger")

Both background actors received no credit for their appearance.


Monks on Promenade (2369)

Bajoran monks on promenade, 2369
Two Bajoran monks

These two Bajoran monks visited Deep Space 9's Promenade in 2369 and witnessed Constable Odo's try to guide the gunji jackdaws over the Promenade. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses")

Both monks were played by unknown performers.
According to the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, one of the monks was played by the animal handler for the emus.


Monk supporting Winn

Bajoran monk supporting Winn
A Bajoran monk

This Bajoran monk was present when Vedek Winn Adami gathered a group of Bajorans around her and confronted Keiko O'Brien with the Bajoran religion on the Promenade. He supported Winn and left the place behind her. Later he assisted her dressing up inside the Bajoran shrine. After the failed assassination attempt on Vedek Bareil by Neela, he accompanied Vedek Winn off the station. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

This Bajoran monk was played by an unknown actor.


Paqu advisor

Paqu advisor
A Paqu advisor

This Bajoran man was the advisor of Varis Sul, the tetrarch of the Paqu in 2369.

He accompanied her aboard Deep Space 9 and was present during the negotiations between Varis Sul and Woban. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor.


Replimat waiter (2369)

This Bajoran worked as a waiter in the Replimat aboard the space station Deep Space 9 in 2369.

He served drinks when Doctor Julian Bashir and a Bajoran woman had a date at this location.

Later, Q disguised himself as the Bajoran waiter to prevent Bashir dating Vash for dinner. (DS9: "Q-Less")

This Bajoran waiter was played by an unknown actor.


Ronara bar patrons

These Bajorans visited a bar on Ronara Prime in the Demilitarized Zone in 2370. The waiter was also a Bajoran. In this bar, Starfleet lieutenant Ro Laren met Santos and was introduced to the Maquis. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")


Scavengers

These two Bajoran scavengers lived during the Occupation of Bajor and due to food shortage, they were not above simply taking food from others. In 2346, they attempted to take soup from Kira Meru and Kira Taban but were stopped by Luma Rahl after the second scavenger threatened Taban wirh a knife. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")


School children

DS9 school
The school aboard Deep Space 9 with Keiko O'Brien as teacher

These school children were present when Vedek Winn Adami visited the school aboard Deep Space 9. She denounced Keiko O'Brien's scientific teaching about the wormhole, instead of teaching the Bajoran religious view. (DS9: "The Nagus", "In the Hands of the Prophets")

The students included Jake Sisko, and students mentioned in separate articles. The remaining students included three Bajoran students.
The children were played by unknown performers.



Sirah (2369)

Sirah 2369
The Sirah in 2369

This elderly Bajoran man was the Sirah of a Bajoran village, led by magistrate Faren Kag, until his death in 2369. He advised the magistrate to send out a medical emergency call and request help from Deep Space 9. In Chief Miles O'Brien he found his successor. In the final night of the Dal'Rok he was very weak and unable to fulfill his role as Sirah but assisted O'Brien during the procedure. Shortly after the Dal'Rok was defeated he died. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

The Sirah was portrayed by late actor Kay E. Kuter.


Slave laborers (2346)

These Bajoran slave laborers lived in a fenced-off area of Terok Nor's Promenade during the occupation in 2346. Major Kira Nerys experienced this time period using the Orb of Time and became part of the slave laborers after she refused to work with Basso Tromac and attacked two of his Cardassian guards. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")


Springball opponent

Springball court, For the cause
Springball opponent

The Springball opponent who played against Major Kira was a large male Bajoran. (DS9: "For the Cause")

Although his face was not seen, the script confirms that he was a male Bajoran. He was played by an unknown actor.script)


Springball spectators

Springball court, For the cause
Springball spectators

These springball spectators watched Major Kira during her match. (DS9: "For the Cause")

Most of the spectators were Bajorans. They were played by unknown performers. Bashir, Garak and Ziyal were also present.


Terok Nor ops personnel (mirror universe)

Terok Nor ops, Crossover
Terok Nor ops

These personnel worked in the operations center of the mirror universe station Terok Nor in 2370. (DS9: "Crossover")

They were played by unknown performers.


Timor Landi's sons

The two sons of bookkeeper Timor Landi and his wife who lived in Rakantha Province on Bajor. (DS9: "Things Past")

The two sons were only mentioned in dialogue

Timor Landi's wife

The wife of Timor Landi was living in Rakantha Province on Bajor, with him and their two sons. (DS9: "Things Past")

Timor's wife was only mentioned in dialogue.


Torman V patron

Torman V patron
A customer on Torman V

This Bajoran was a bar patron on Torman V in 2369 when Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Worf, and Doctor Cruher visited the establishment during an undercover mission. He was talking to DaiMon Solok but left when the three Starfleet officers moved closer. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I")

This Bajoran was played by regular background actor and stand-in Randy Pflug who received no credit for this part.


Valo II settlers

These twenty-one Bajoran settlers lived on the surface of Valo II with their leader Keeve Falor. They lived in poverty and received blankets and supplies from the Enterprise-D in 2368. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

Seventeen adult and four child background performers filmed their scenes on Monday 5 August 1991 on location at Bronson Canyon.
Beside Leatrim Stang, the ten female and six male adult Bajorans were played by background performers with the last names Boyen, Cook, Factor, Falerne, E. Falerne, Garverick, Gonzalez, Hall, Houy, Kinsel, McGhee, Menning, Rose, Silver, and Anne Woodberry. The four children were played by Melton (9 years old), Reynolds (10 years old), Simen (6 years old), and Vassili (6 years old).


Varis Sul's father

The father of Varis Sul was the leader and tetrarch of the Bajoran Paqu faction until his death prior to 2369. His daughter Varis Sul became the new tetrarch after his death. The leader of the Navot, Woban, mentioned Varis Sul's father during the negotiations aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

Varis Sul's father was only mentioned in dialogue.


Vedek at auction

Vedek at auction
A Bajoran vedek

This Bajoran vedek was present during an auction in Quark's in 2373. He was one of the bidders. (DS9: "In the Cards")

He was played by regular background actor Mark Newsom who received no credit for this appearance.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Dohlem. [10]


Vedek Bareil's aide

Bajoran monk, aide to Bareil
A Bajoran monk

This Bajoran monk served as aide to Vedek Bareil Antos during his visit aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. He traveled with him aboard a Bajoran transport to the station and was present when Neela tried to assassinate Bareil. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

This Bajoran monk was portrayed by an unknown actor.


Vendor

Bajoran vendor
A Bajoran vendor

This Bajoran vendor was working at the jumja stick shop on the Promenade of Deep Space 9 in 2369.

He sold jumja sticks to Miles O'Brien until his wife Keiko was accused of blasphemy by Vedek Winn Adami. Then the vendor refused to sell jumja sticks to O'Brien and told him there were no more, although several were displayed at his shop. O'Brien got angry and grabbed him on his collar, but left with Keiko. The vendor shouted that O'Brien and Keiko should seek the Prophets. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

This Bajoran vendor was played by an unknown actor.
The end credits of the episode list actor Michael Eugene Fairman as playing the vendor, however this is not the actor known by that name.


Village gift girls

These three Bajoran girls were presented as "gifts" for Chief O'Brien after he was elected as the new Sirah in 2369, to comfort his being and serve him. O'Brien told Faren Kag that his wife and daughter were on Deep Space 9 and Kag sent them away. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

All three gift girls were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearances.


Villagers (2369)

These Bajoran villagers lived in a village on Bajor, led by magistrate Faren Kag and guided by the storyteller, the Sirah in 2369. Because of several difficulties and hate among them in the past, the Sirah created the Dal'Rok, a manifestation of fear and pessimism of the villagers, from a fragment of an orb. The purpose of creating the Dal'Rok was to unite the villagers against a common foe. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

All Bajoran villagers were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearances.
Six of them were only seen during one shot because their scene was filmed in front of a blue screen. The other performers filmed their scenes at Paramount Stage 18, the Bajoran village set location.


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