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The following is a list of unnamed Borg.

By identified species

By unidentified species

Drones (2153)

Borg drones (Arctic)

Recovered Borg drones

Thawing Borg drones

Two Borg drones were found buried in the Arctic by a scientific team who thawed them, not knowing what kind of species they were. The drones' nanoprobes were activated and revived the biological and technological systems in their dead bodies. The drones were reanimated and assimilated the scientists. The drones moved into the space along with the drone scientists. The group later attacked a Tarkalean freighter and assimilated its crew. The original drones and the rest of the assimilated Borg were later destroyed by the Enterprise. (ENT: "Regeneration")

The drones were portrayed by Louis Ortiz and Eddie Matthews.


Borg assimilated drones (Tarkalean freighter)

Borg aboard Enterprise (NX-01)

Four Borg drones

These Borg assimilated drones were part of a crew from a Tarkalean freighter that were attacked and assimilated by Arctic Borg drones that were thawed out by a group of scientists, who were then also assimilated. They attacked the Enterprise when it answered a distress call from the freighter. They were destroyed when the Enterprise launched spatial torpedoes and destroyed the Borg ship. (ENT: "Regeneration")

The Borg drones were played by stuntmen Eric Norris, Shawn Crowder, Brian Avery, Craig Baxley, Jr., Christopher Doyle, and Marty Murray, who received no on-screen credit for their appearances.


Drones (2365)

Borg drones (2365)

Borg drones 2365

Seven Borg aboard a Borg cube

Borg cube interior, remastered

Various Borg drones

Beside a female Borg drone, these six Borg drones were encountered by the away team from the Enterprise-D in 2365.

Commander Riker was confounded that these drones did not react when the away team beamed on board the Borg cube. (TNG: "Q Who")

All six drones were played by unknown actors.
The drones seen on the interior shots of the Borg cube were part of the matte painting.


Female drone (2365)

Female Borg 2365

A female Borg drone

This Borg drone was female before she was assimilated. She was one of the first drones the away team of the USS Enterprise-D encountered on a Borg cube in 2365. (TNG: "Q Who")

This Borg was played by an unknown actress.
This was one of the few female drones seen.


Borg infant

Borg Infant 2365

A Borg infant

This Borg infant was discovered by William T. Riker in what appeared to him to be a nursery. Riker described his interpretation of the Borg assimilation process, based on his observations of the infant, as: "from the looks of it the Borg are born as biological lifeform. Almost immediately after birth they begin getting artificial implants. They have apparently developed the technology to link artificial intelligence directly into a humanoid brain." (TNG: "Q Who")

This infant was portrayed by Sam Klatman, son of Carol Eisner, who received no credit for this appearance.


Male drone 1 (2365)

Borg drone 1 2365

A Borg drone

This Borg drone was the first drone seen by the crew of the USS Enterprise-D. He transported directly into main engineering and studied the computer graphics.

Lieutenant Geordi La Forge called for the security and Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Lieutenant Worf joined them in main engineering. The drone did not react when Picard tried to make contact and was damaged by Worf when it tried to deactivate the ship's energy systems.

The second Borg drone which appeared when this drone was damaged took several pieces of technology from it and then the drone disappeared. (TNG: "Q Who")

This Borg was played by stunt actor Tim Trella who received no credit for his appearance.
It was the first Borg drone ever seen on Star Trek.


Male drone 2 (2365)

Borg drone 2 2365

A Borg drone

This Borg drone was the second Borg ever encountered by the crew of the Enterprise-D.

Worf tried to damage this drone, too, but was unable because of the shieldings the Borg activated. He transported aboard the ship when Lieutenant Worf damaged the first drone. After finishing the adjustments and collecting information he took pieces of technology from the first drone and transported back aboard the Borg cube. (TNG: "Q Who")

This Borg was played by stuntman David Fisher.
It is the second drone ever seen on Star Trek.


Drones (2366)

These Borg drones were assigned to the Borg cube which entered Federation space in 2366 and destroyed several colonies including the one on Jouret IV. Three of them beamed aboard the Enterprise-D and abducted Captain Picard, assimilated him and created Locutus of Borg. All nine drones tried to stop an away team from the Enterprise-D led by Lieutenant Commander Shelby when they've damaged the power distribution nodes. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds")

Due to different angles the Borg cube interior sets look larger than they are and only nine background and stunt performers portrayed Borg drones.


Drones (2367)

These Borg drones were assigned to the Borg cube which headed to Sector 001 following the disaster at Wolf 359. They served as guards for Locutus of Borg and one of them performed medical surgeries on Locutus. Later they tried to stop the away team from the Enterprise-D, including Shelby, Worf, and Lieutenant junior grade Gleason in kidnapping Locutus. They were all destroyed when the cube exploded. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II")

At least two scenes of drones being shot at are scenes from "The Best of Both Worlds".


Drones (2368)

Dead Borg drones (2368)

Four Borg corpses were found dead after a Borg scout ship crashed inside the Argolis Cluster in 2368, where it was discovered by personnel from the USS Enterprise. The lone surviving drone, Hugh, was rescued by the away team. They were later dismantled by two other drones. (TNG: "I Borg")

The Borg corpses were portrayed by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
Even though no designations were put with these drones, they are obviously First of Five, Second of Five, Fourth of Five, and Fifth of Five, based solely on the fact that Hugh's name in the collective was Third of Five.


Away team (2368)

These two Borg drones from a Borg scout ship linked with Hugh who was the lone survivor of a crash of another scout ship, after he was beamed to the site of the crash by the Enterprise-D who had orginally rescued him. They dismantled the dead drones and beamed back on their ship. (TNG: "I Borg")

The two Borg drones were played background performers who received no crdit for their appearance.


Renegade Borg (2369/2370)

Borg on Ohniaka III

Borg on Ohniaka III

A Borg drone

This Borg drone was part of the rogue Borg group which attacked the Federation outpost on Ohniaka III. Together with Torsus, Tayar, Bosus, and another Borg it attacked the away team from the Enterprise-D after it was discovered by Data. It was killed when its head bumped on a table. (TNG: "Descent")

This Borg drone was played by an unknown stunt performer.


Compound guard

Borg compound guard

A Borg guard

This Borg drone guarded the holding cell in the Borg compound on an unnamed planet. It was deceived by Deanna Troi and Jean-Luc Picard and dropped the force field. Picard damaged it by extracting his tubes. (TNG: "Descent, Part II")

This Borg drone was played by stunt actor Joe Murphy who received no credit for his appearance.


Crippled Borg drones

These two crippled Borg drones were victims of Lore's experiments in 2369. They were among the Borg who followed Hugh and remained in their hiding place, in the tunnel system under the Borg compound. Lore's experiments caused major brain damages. (TNG: "Descent, Part II")

Both Borg were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance. The actor who played the male drone is missing one arm in real life, too.


Diverting Borg drone

Diverting Borg drone

A Borg drone

This Borg drone transported alongside Crosis on board the Enterprise-D to divert the crew and let the Borg ship escape through the transwarp conduit. It was damaged and killed by Lieutenant Worf, after it killed Crewman Franklin. (TNG: "Descent")

This Borg drone was played by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone who received no credit for his performance.


Killed Borg drone

Killed Borg on Ohniaka III

A Borg drone

This Borg drone was part of the group of Borg who attacked the Federation outpost on Ohniaka III. When an away team of the Enterprise-D investigated he attacked Lieutenant Commander Data but was lifted up by Data and thrown against a wall. The drone died. Data, confused by his experience with emotion during this fight, recreated the same situation on the holodeck of the Enterprise-D and upgraded the strength level of the drone to "feel" the same emotion again. (TNG: "Descent")

This Borg drone was played by regular stunt actor Tom Morga who received no credit for this appearance.


Various Borg

These Borg drones were among the rogue Borg drones led by Lore in 2369. They've settled on an unnamed planet in a Borg compound and were influenced by Lore who tried to built a "new race" and supported them after their disconnection from the Borg mind. A few of them were not satisfied with Lore's decisions and joined an underground group, led by the well known Borg Hugh. When Captain Picard, Deanna Troi, and Geordi La Forge were held prisoners by Lore's Borg, Commander Riker and Lieutenant Worf got help from Hugh's group and rescued their crewmembers. After the brawl in the Borg compound, Data deactivated Lore and the Borg followed Hugh. (TNG: "Descent", "Descent, Part II")

All Borg were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
According to the Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion only eleven background performers were used (limited by the available wardrobe) in "Descent". Although many Borg appear on screen in the final scenes, they were multiplied using split-screen overlays and blue screen shots. The eleven performers are J. Aldrin, Pam Blackwell, Steven Boz, Carl David Burks, Debra Dilley, Gary Hunter, H. McLaughlin, M. Rotter, Adrian Tafoya, Mary Thompson, and Rogan Wilde.
Several Borg costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay, including the costumes of Rogan Wilde [1], Adrian Tafoya [2], and an unknown actor [3].


Viewscreen drones

USS Saratoga viewscreen

USS Saratoga viewscreen

Borg drones were seen on the viewscreen of the USS Saratoga when Jean-Luc Picard after his assimilation, proclamed himself to be Locutus of Borg. (DS9: "Emissary")

The Borg drones were played by unknown performers.


Borg Queen's contingent (2373)

In 2373, a number of Borg drones escaped the destruction of their vessel at the Battle of Sector 001 with the Borg Queen aboard a Borg sphere. The sphere traveled to the year 2063 through a temporal vortex where it was destroyed in orbit of Earth by the pursuing starship Enterprise-E.

The Queen and a number of these drones were able to transport aboard the Enterprise where they proceeded to assimilate the ship. The Queen, along with most of these drones, was killed when the ship's warp plasma coolant tanks were ruptured in engineering. (Star Trek: First Contact)

First drones sighted

Borg approach

Two Borg drones aboard the Enterprise-E

A security team led by Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Lieutenant Commander Data encountered their first batch of Borg drones as they entered the lobby to engineering from corridors on deck 16. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Borg drone SkyBox trading card B11
In the non-canon Star Trek Customizable Card Game, the drone on the right was identified in a premium edition card as Six of Nineteen, a "re-assimilation drone". It was played by Robert L. Zachar.
The drone on the left was played by an unknown actor. He was however one of the Borg featured in the 1996 Star Trek: First Contact (SkyBox) trading cards set, Card B11.


Regenerating Borg 1

Regenerating Borg drone 1

A regenerating Borg drone

This drone, also spotted in the corridor on deck 16, was observed regenerating in a Borg alcove constructed into the bulkhead. This drone is the same also one of the 'First Drones Sighted' (Identical eyepiece and tubing). (Star Trek: First Contact)

In the non-canon Star Trek Customizable Card Game, this drone was identified as Two of Nineteen, a "transwarp drone" tasked with expanding the Borg's "transportation network".


Regenerating Borg 2

Regenerating Borg drone 2

A regenerating Borg drone

This drone, regenerating outside of engineering, reacted to Captain Picard's attempt to forceably enter the section. It was armed with a heavy, prosthetic arm distinguished by a small, clawed extension and a visible electric spark. (Star Trek: First Contact)

In the non-canon Star Trek Customizable Card Game, this drone was identified as Eight of Nineteen, an "assault drone" tasked with security patrols.


Drone protecting engineering

In an effort to prevent entry to engineering, this drone attacked Captain Picard and attempted to assimilate him. Lieutenant Commander Data subdued the drone, breaking its neck and killing it. The same drone later appeared alongside the Ensign Lynch drone on the holodeck, where it was shot by Captain Picard. (Star Trek: First Contact)

This drone was played by stuntman Tom Harper.
The eyepiece worn by this drone later reappeared on various drones throughout the film, and on Orum in "Unity". In the non-canon Star Trek Customizable Card Game, this drone was identified as Six of Eleven, a "quantum drone" tasked with patrolling and analyzing "space/time".


Corridor drone

Borg eyepiece

A drone stands in a corridor

This Borg drone was part of the contingent that boarded the Enterprise-E in 2063, observed in one of the ship's corridors. (Star Trek: First Contact)

This drone's close up scene was apparently cut from the final cut of First Contact, but appeared in the theatrical trailer released to advertise the film.


Three Borg drones

Borg drones First Contact trailer

Three Borg drones

These three Borg drones were part of the contingent that boarded the Enterprise-E in 2063, observed in one of the ship's corridors, one apparently a former Romulan. (Star Trek: First Contact)

These drones' close up scenes were apparently cut from the final cut of First Contact, but appeared in the theatrical trailer released to advertise the film. The Romulan's features can be distinguished by the pointed ear and clearly ridged forehead, as well as the greenish coloration.


Sleeping drones

Borg trio

Three Borg drones "sleeping"

Three Borg drones, including one unnamed Klingon-species drone, were observed near the warp core in the Enterprise engine room, attached by cables to the ceiling. These Borg were apparently sleeping, or regenerating. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Borg drone, engineering

Patrick Barritt Borg ST8

A Borg drone

This Borg drone was onboard the USS Enterprise-E in 2373. It was part of the group that transplanted skin onto Data's right arm. It was also one of the drones who chased Starfleet officers down a corridor.

The same drone was present in Picard's memory, when he was Locutus. It is the one who stands on the left side. (Star Trek: First Contact)

This drone was played by background actor Patrick Barnitt who received no credit for this role.
This drone was also one of the drones that were photographed for the film poster.


Six drones

Borg approach in dark

Six Borg advance

In their attempt at suppressing the Borg advance on the upper decks of the Enterprise-E, a contingent of Starfleet security officers encountered a group of six Borg drones in a darkened auxiliary access corridor. The drones were visible, at first, only by the laser light of their eyepieces. (Star Trek: First Contact)

One armed drone

Borg regenerative shield

A wounded Borg drone

This Borg drone was part of the group that modified the deflector. He tried to stop Worf launching the docking clamp and ended up in a hand to hand combat with him. Worf cut off his right arm and then killed him by embedding his Mek'leth into the drone's neck. Worf later used a cable from the severed limb to seal a puncture in his suit. (Star Trek: First Contact)

This Borg drone was played by stuntman Steve DeRelian.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives its name as Two of Seventeen..


Delta Quadrant drones

Borg corpse

Botched Assimilation

Botched assimilation

A Borg corpse, the result of a botched assimilation, was found by Chakotay, Tom Paris and Neelix in a Borg assimilation chamber after they were captured by a Borg cube manned by five borg children.(VOY: "Collective")

This Borg was portrayed by an unknown actor.


Borg probe drones (2375)

These Borg drones manned a Borg probe the USS Voyager encountered in 2375. The drones died when a modified photon torpedo detonated near the power core. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

These drones were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Borg Queen's contingent (2375)

These Borg drones worked for the Borg Queen on her vessel in 2375 during the assimilation of Species 10026. They were present when the Queen tried to show Seven of Nine the way to rejoin the collective and Janeway's appearance in the Borg Queen chamber. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

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


Borg Queen's contingent (2378)

Three Borg, Endgame

Three Borg drones

These three Borg drones guarded the Borg Queen in 2378 at Unimatrix 01 in the Delta Quadrant. They were present when Admiral Kathryn Janeway was transported aboard the complex and they died like the Borg Queen because of a virus Admiral Janeway infected the Borg Queen with. (VOY: "Endgame")

These three drones were played by unknown performers.
According to the IMDb, Craig Appel portrayed one of these drones. This has yet to be verified.


Dead Borg

Laser scalpel on Borg

A dead Borg

A cortical node of a Dead Borg was extracted by a laser scalpel as a replacement for Seven of Nine's cortical node which was malfunctioning. (VOY: "Imperfection")

This Borg was played by an unknown actor.


Drones aboard Borg sphere (2375)

These two Borg drones tried to stop One when it beamed aboard their Borg sphere. They were deactivated by One's multi-spatial force field and destroyed when One navigated the sphere into a proto-nebula. (VOY: "Drone")


Dying Borg

Jonathan Breck, Survival Instinct

A dying Borg

This Borg drone was fatally injured following the crash of a Borg sphere on Planet 1865-Alpha in 2368. Seven of Nine wanted to help it, but it died in front of her. (VOY: "Survival Instinct")

This Borg was played by Jonathan Breck.


Borg infant 2

Borg baby

A Borg baby

This Borg infant was discovered by the crew of the USS Voyager on a damaged Borg cube in 2376 after being infected with a biological weapon. The infant was beamed to Voyager to receive treatment. (VOY: "Collective")

This infant appears to have been puppeteered. According to Brannon Braga, the infant was returned to her people off-screen. [4]


Invading Borg drones (2377)

These three Borg drones beamed aboard the bridge of the Voyager after the shields failed. Because of Q's tediousness he created this scenario. One of the drones was shot by Tuvok, the second one attacked Captain Janeway and the third one tried to assimilate Commander Chakotay. They were stopped and transported away by Q, who was angry about his son's behavior and told him not to provoke the Borg. (VOY: "Q2")

All three background performers received no credit for their appearance.


Operation Fort Knox drones

These Borg drones worked on the Borg sphere the Voyager chose as target for their operation Fort Knox in 2375. Like in their simulation Captain Janeway, Tuvok, Harry Kim, and Seven of Nine experienced the same situation until Seven decided to stay aboard the Sphere and rejoin the Collective. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

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


Probe analyzing drone

Probe Analysing Drone

A Borg drone analyzing a Voyager probe

The same year, a Borg drone analyzed a probe launched from the USS Voyager. (VOY: "Scorpion")

Skeletal drone

Borg skeleton

The skeletal remains of a Borg drone

Found on the Sakari planet in the Nekrit Expanse in 2373, the skeleton of this Borg drone was uncovered by the crew of the USS Voyager. It was the only evidence of the invading force that drove the planet's inhabitants underground. (VOY: "Blood Fever")

The Borg remains appeared to still possess the remains of flesh as Borg skeletons are metallic silver as witness at the climax of Star Trek: First Contact. However, this could be explained as rusting or erosion due to long-term exposure of the skeleton to the elements, or could be explained by the fact that this drone was not exposed to plasma coolant that liquefied his organic compounds, allowing them to decay naturally.


Drones (Borg-8472 conflict)

Attacked drones (2373)

These two Borg drones were attacked by an individual of Species 8472 after their cube was hardly damaged. (VOY: "Scorpion")

Both Borg were played by stunt performers who received no credit for their work.


Borg drones (2373)

ExplosiveDecompressionVoyager

An airlock opening causing explosive decompression.

In 2373, a number of Borg drones were encountered by the crew of Voyager during the Borg battle with Species 8472.

An away team led by Chakotay, beamed over to a disabled Borg cube which was a part of a fleet that was destroyed. They found a few surviving Borg trying to repair the damage and another Borg trying to assimilate a bioship, plunging in its assimilation tubules, to no effect. Borg drones were killed by a member of Species 8472 which also attacked Harry Kim.

After Captain Kathryn Janeway made an alliance with the Borg to defeated Species 8472, her and Tuvok were led by a Borg drone to the center of the cube, where two other drones attempted to fit them with neural transceivers. Later a contingent of Borg were beamed aboard Voyager after their cube was destroyed protecting Voyager. After they tried to take over the ship, they were blown out into space, except for Seven of Nine when Chakotay ordered the cargo doors to be decompressed and opened.(VOY: "Scorpion", "Scorpion, Part II")


Corpse

Borg corpse

A Borg corpse

In 2373, a Borg corpse was brought aboard USS Voyager for analysis by The Doctor. (VOY: "Unity", "Scorpion, Part II")

The drone was portrayed by an unknown performer.


Corpses

Borg corpses

A pile of mutilated Borg corpses

These corpses were seen in a vision by Kes, and later found amid debris of a Borg fleet by Voyager. They were killed by Species 8472. (VOY: "Scorpion")

Borg body pile as constructed by Dan Curry
In the "Red Alert: Amazing Visual Effects" section on disc 7 of the VOY Season 3 DVD release, effects supervisor Dan Curry revealed that the Borg body pile was actually constructed out of several Borg action figures he acquired from the licensing department of Paramount Pictures. He cut up the toys with a Dremel tool and constructed them into the pile. Curry complemented the sculptor of the toys for his accuracy, since he was able to have close-up shots of the faces taken, without having to modify them.


Infected drone

Infected Drone

A drone infected by the Species 8472 virus

The infected drone was injected with alien cells by Species 8472 which were consuming its body. (VOY: "Scorpion")

Drones (Unimatrix Zero conflict)

Alien boy drone

Alien boy, Unimatrix Zero

An alien boy

This alien boy was a member of Kelis' species before his assimilation and a part of Unimatrix Zero. He had no memory of being assimilated except that his father's ship was attacked and boarded by machine men. When he appeared in Unimatrix Zero, Seven of Nine and Axum welcomed him and brought him to the meeting place where he met other children and played with them.

When the Borg Queen attempted to destroy the environment, she visited it and met the boy. She told him that assimilation turns people into friends and was fun and he showed her a good view over the whole place. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

The alien boy was portrayed by Ryan Sparks.


Alien man drone

Alien man, Unimatrix Zero

An alien man

This alien man, a Borg drone in real life, appeared in Unimatrix Zero after the nanovirus was released into the Borg hive. When Seven of Nine asked him if he remembered who he was or what ship he was on, he answered that he did not. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

The alien man was portrayed by Clay Storseth.


Borg Queen's drones

These two Borg drones assisted the Borg Queen in Unimatrix 01 in 2376/77. They've guarded Four of Twelve and later dismantled him to extract his cortical array. They were also present and guarded the Queen when an errant drone tried to attack her and while a hologram of Captain Janeway was projected. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

Both drones were played by regular background actors who received no credit for their appearance.


Errant drone

Errant drone

An errant drone

This Borg drone, a member of Axum's species, worked in the chamber of the Borg Queen in Unimatrix 01 in 2377. When the queen noticed that she was not able to read his mind anymore, she asked him about that. The drone tried to attack the queen but was stopped by her force field and dismantled by two of her guards. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

This drone was played by actor Andrew Palmer.


Drones aboard tactical cube 138

These Borg drones operated the Tactical Cube 138 in 2376/77 when the USS Voyager attacked the cube to infiltrate the Borg hive.

The away team including Captain Janeway, Tuvok, and B'Elanna Torres were assimilated and became part of the drones aboard the cube. Unknown to the other Borg they did not share their minds with the collective and infected the cube's central plexus with a nanovirus. They died when the Borg Queen activated the self-destruct sequence. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

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


Invading drones

These Borg drones were sent into Unimatrix Zero by the Borg Queen to re-assimilate all drones who shared individuality in this place. The inhabitants of UNimatrix Zero tried to resist them and fought against them with traps and weapons such as the Klingon bat'leth. Captain Kathryn Janeway herself defeated a drone by attacking it. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

These drones were played by stunt performers and background actors who received no credit for their appearance.


Korok's drones

These two Borg drones followed Korok when he took over the Borg cube he was on after they've got their individuality back. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

Both drones were played by background actors who received no credit for their appearance.


Unimatrix Zero drones

Voice of the Borg

The voice of the Borg was the collective voice of a Borg cube which represented the Borg and their claims.

In 2365, the voice of the Borg informed the Enterprise-D, under Captain Jean-Luc Picard, that they had analyzed the ship's defensive capabilities as being "unable to withstand us" and that any attempt at self-defense would be "punished." (TNG: "Q Who")

A year later, the voice of the Borg spoke to Picard and ordered him to transport aboard their ship. Later, before his assimilation into the Collective, Picard argued with the voice of the Borg on behalf of humanity, but was told that his arguments were "irrelevant." (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds")

The voice of the Borg addressed Starfleet's defense force in the Typhon sector prior to their time-travel incursion in 2373. (Star Trek: First Contact)

On attempting to assimilate Species 8472 in late 2373, the voice of the Borg was cut off by the aliens' retaliatory fire, resulting in the destruction of two Borg cubes. (VOY: "Scorpion")

When Arturis landed in the Borg region after he used his quantum slipstream drive and Captain Kathryn Janeway and Seven of Nine were beamed aboard the Voyager, several Borg cubes welcomed him. The Borg voice informed him that he would be assimilated. (VOY: "Hope and Fear")

In 2378, the voice of the Borg informed the Borg Queen about the intruding USS Voyager into the nebula, where a Borg transwarp hub was situated. (VOY: "Endgame")

The voice of the Borg was a computer-synchronized voice stream, made up from several voices.
The voice heard in "Q Who" was composed from the voices of Maurice Hurley, Rob Bowman, and Bowman's assistant. In the other episodes, it was provided by unknown performers.
The voice heard in Star Trek: First Contact was provided by actor Jeff Coopwood.


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