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List of unnamed Humans from the 20th century.

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Eugenics Wars soldiers

Jonathan Archer's great-grandfather

Jonathan Archer's great-grandfather served in North Africa during the Eugenics Wars.

During one particular battle, Archer's great-grandfather's battalion was evacuating civilians, including a school full of children, from a war zone when they came under attack by the Augments.

To avoid adding to the collateral damage, Archer's great-grandfather called the Augment commander, and got him to agree to hold his fire long enough to evacuate the school.

In the short story "The Rules of War" from Strange New Worlds 9, the Augment commander was Stavos Keniclius while Archer's great-grandfather was given the name Nathan Archer. The story depicts the incident as having taken place in 1994.

Archer once told this story in 2153 to explain to Trip Tucker that "there are rules...even in war", to justify assisting several unhatched Xindi-Insectoids. (ENT: "Hatchery")

German soldiers

German Generalmajor (1944)

German General

German Generalmajor

In an alternate version of 1944 where the Nazis had invaded much of the nations on Earth, the German Generalmajor was briefed by Vosk in the American White House. The German flag officer was worried that the war effort might require more money and was responsible for relaying orders from Hitler to the Na'kuhl. He was subsequently killed by Vosk. (ENT: "Storm Front", "Storm Front, Part II")

The unnamed general was played by Christopher Neame.


Nazi SS guards

Two Nazi SS guards were stationed in the office of the Generalmajor. When the general relieved Vosk of command of the facility, the Na'kuhl leader shot the General. The general's two guards attempted to fire their own weapons, but they were killed by a Na'kuhl officer before they succeeded. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

SS Untersturmführer (1944)

Archer with Nazis

SS Untersturmführer on a German truck

The SS Untersturmfuhrer was in charge of transporting Jonathan Archer to a prison camp in an alternate timeline. In this alternate version of 1944 the Nazis had invaded the United States. He told Archer that Americans were good at making movies with stars like Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth and Veronica Lake but not at fighting. He said that he wanted to go to Hollywood to meet Grable. Archer said that he did not believe that he was her type. His convoy was attacked by the American resistance, and he was knocked unconscious by Archer, who made his escape. (ENT: "Zero Hour", "Storm Front")

The SS Untersturmführer was played by J. Paul Boehmer.


Nazi soldier 1 (1944)

Nazi soldier 1, Storm Front

An SS Unterscharführer (non-commissioned officer) on the streets of New York

This Nazi was harassing Jonathan Archer and Alicia Travers when they were walking in the streets in front of Alicia's apartment in New York. His SS rank was Unterscharführer. (ENT: "Storm Front")

The SS Untersturmführer was played by Sonny Surowiec.


Nazi soldier 2 (1944)

Nazi soldier 2, Storm Front

An SS soldier on the streets of New York

This Nazi was harassing Jonathan Archer and Alicia Travers when they were walking in the streets in front of Alicia's apartment in New York. (ENT: "Storm Front")

The soldier was played by Dieter Horneman, who also played a Nazi guard (officer/Oberscharführer) in VOY: "The Killing Game".


Nazi soldier 3 (1944)

Nazi officers

Nazi(right)

The Nazi SS soldier was guarding Jonathan Archer when he was being transported to a prison camp in an alternate timeline. In this alternate version of 1944 where Nazi Germany had invaded America. The convoy was attacked by the American resistance, and the soldier was killed. (ENT: "Storm Front")

Nazi soldiers 4-5 (1944)

Archer and Vosk meet

Nazi soldiers standing by truck

Two Nazi accompanied Vosk to his meeting with Jonathan Archer to discuss Archer's interference in the Temporal Cold War, and to discuss the release of Trip Tucker and Travis Mayweather who were prisoners. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

The guards were played by unknown actors.


Nazi soldiers (1944)

Nazi soldiers under the direction of the Gestapo were clearing out entire buildings and shooting people on the street or taking them away in trucks for interrogation in their search for Jonathan Archer. (ENT: "Storm Front")

The guards were played by unknown actors.


Nazi Doctor (1944)

Nazi Doctor (1944)

The Nazi doctor

The Nazi doctor was in charge of a German hospital tent in America. The Nazis had invaded America and had the upper hand in the War. The doctor called his superiors in to view a patient with burns who was wearing an unfamiliar uniform. The patient was Jonathan Archer who had been transported into the past after destroying the Xindi superweapon. The past had been changed by the Na'kuhl, a faction in the Temporal Cold War. (ENT: "Zero Hour")

The doctor was played by Gunter Ziegler.


Nazi SS

Two SS agents were order to take Trip Tucker and Travis Mayweather for interrogation as Vosk believed that they were temporal agents. They later carried the two into a small holding cell after the demanding interrogation. (ENT: "Storm Front", "Storm Front, Part II")

The Nazi SS agents were played by unknown actors.


Nazis on parade

These Nazis were seen by Kirk and Spock via images recorded from the Guardian of Forever. They appeared in an alternate timeline, created by Doctor McCoy saving the life of Edith Keeler in 1930. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

These Nazis were "played" by unknown people, who appeared via stock footage.

Inhabitants of Carbon Creek

Bar Patrons

Vulcans watch pool game

Pine Tree Tavern

Bar Patrons of the Pine Tree Bar and Grill, a local tavern, watched as Mestral played a game of pool for money to buy food. (ENT: "Carbon Creek")

The ten Humans included Billy who was Mestral opponent, Maggie the owner of the bar, and eight unnamed patrons.
The eight unnamed patrons were played by unknown performers.


Pine Tree Tavern customers

Pine tree

Two customers

Two customers entering the Pine Tree Bar and Grill. (ENT: "Carbon Creek")

The customers were played by unknown performers.


Inhabitants of Los Angeles

Motorcyclists

Motorcyclists la beach 1996

Motorcyclist couple

This couple of motorcyclists were seen by Captain Janeway and Chakotay on Los Angeles beach in 1996. (VOY: "Future's End")

The motorcyclists were played by unknown performers.


Uncle Sam

Uncle sams psychic readings

Uncle Sam

A man on stilts, dressed like Uncle Sam (without the beard), advertised for Uncle Sam's Psychic Readings along the boardwalk in Los Angeles in 1996. (VOY: "Future's End")

He was played by an unknown actor.


Surfers

Hot dog stick

Surfers

Surfers and beach goers outside a hot dog stand on a beach in Los Angeles in 1996, when Chakotay and Kathryn Janeway returned to the past. (VOY: "Future's End")

The surfers were played by unknown performers.


Los Angeles Citizens

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Citizens

Two Los Angeles citizens were walking pass the fountain in front of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in the year 1996. Rain Robinson agreed to meet Henry Starling at the fountain next to the pavilion to talk about recent happenings in connection to the USS Voyager being swept back in time to 1996. (VOY: "Future's End, Part II")

The LA citizens were played by unknown performers.


Los Angeles Residents

Lincoln Town Car

A Lincoln Town Car

These Los Angeles residents were on the street as Henry Starling passed by them with his Lincoln Town Car on his way to pick up Rain Robinson in 1996. (VOY: "Future's End", "Future's End, Part II")

The LA residents were played by unknown performers.


Inhabitants of New York City

Ambulance paramedics

These three ambulance paramedics transported Benny Russell in an ambulance after Benny had a mental breakdown after the publishers of the magazine he wrote for refused to print his novel about a space station commanded by a black officer. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

All three paramedics were played by unknown actors.

Asylum orderly

Asylum orderly

An asylum orderly

This asylum orderly attempted to restrain Benny Russell, when Doctor Wykoff's request for him to cover his wall-writing with paint caused him to become enraged. (DS9: "Shadows and Symbols")

He was played by regular stunt actor Tom Morga who received no credit for his appearance.


Citizens (1930)

These citizens were present when James T. Kirk and Spock went back to the past to stop Doctor McCoy from changing history. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The citizens were all played by unknown performers.
In the interior of the Twenty-First Street Mission, James T. Kirk and Spock along with the Drunk played by Howard Culver and the Rodent played by John Harmon are pictured. The rest of the homeless were played by unknown performers.

Clock repairmen

Clock repairmen 1930

Clock repairmen

These two homeless men were residents of the Twenty-First Street Mission in 1930. They made some money by repairing clocks. Spock borrowed their tools to help him with his work on the mnemonic memory circuit. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The clock repairmen were played by unknown performers.


Diner patron

Diner patron 1950s

A diner patron

This man visited the diner Cassie worked at and fell to the ground when Benny Russell ran against him after he saw Worf in Willie Hawkins. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

This diner patron was played by stunt actor Henry Kingi, Jr. who received no credit for this part.


Drunk

Drunk

The drunk

The drunk frequented a soup kitchen called the Twenty-First Street Mission, run by Edith Keeler, where he got free food and shelter. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The drunk was played by Howard Culver.


Haredi Jew

Haredi Jew, Far beyond the stars

Haredi Jew

A Haredi Jew was a resident in 1950s of New York City when Benny Russell, a science-fiction writer, was denied the right to publish his story of a black commander of a futuristic space station. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

The Haredi Jew was played by an unknown performer.


Kitchen worker

Kitchen worker 1930

Kitchen worker

This social worker was helping in the kitchen of Twenty-First Street Mission in 1930. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The social worker was played by an unknown performer.


Man in hurry

Man in hurry 1968

A man in hurry

This passerby clashed with Roberta Lincoln on a street near Gary Seven's apartment in 1968. Both of them were apparently in great hurry. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

The passerby was played by an unknown performer.


Milkman

Milkman 1930

A milkman

This milkman was delivering milk in 1930. While he was away from his cart, the homeless man known as "Rodent" stole a bottle from it. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The milkman was played by an unknown performer.


News Vendor

News Vendor

The news vendor

The news vendor was a young man who sold newspapers and magazines such as Incredible Tales on the street in 1950s Harlem. He personally preferred films such as From Here to Eternity to science fiction stories. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

The news vendor was played by Aron Eisenberg.


Passersby (1968)

These passersby were hurrying on the streets of New York City in 1968, crossing the path of Roberta Lincoln, and later Kirk and Spock. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

The passersby were played by unknown performers. The woman in the third image is played by Jeannie Malone.

The Preacher

Preacher

The preacher

The preacher was an African-American who preached the word of the Prophets in 1950s Harlem. He advised Benny Russell to fulfill his destiny. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

The preacher was played by Brock Peters.


Rendezvous patrons

The Rendezvous

"The Rendezvous" patrons

These patrons visited the The Rendezvous a popular social and dance establishment in Harlem during the 1950s. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

The patrons were played by unknown performers.


Rodent

Rodent1930

Rodent

Rodent disintegration, original

Rodent disintegration

Rodent was a homeless man living on the streets of New York in 1930. He met James T. Kirk and Spock in a soup kitchen run by Edith Keeler when Kirk and Spock were transported back in time by the Guardian of Forever. He told them that in order to eat, they would have to listen to Keeler preach, calling her Miss Goody Two Shoes. He started to refer to her in a sexual way but Kirk told him to be quiet. When Leonard McCoy was transported back, Rodent was accosted by McCoy who demanded to know what year it was. He accidentally killed himself with McCoy's phaser. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

Rodent was played by John Harmon. According to Harlan Ellison's original draft script, he was a World War I veteran who sacrifices himself to save Kirk from a phaser blast by a renegade Enterprise crewman. In the aired script, The Guardian of Forever stated that if Kirk was successful in his mission, that the timeline would be restored as though none of them had gone through. If this is true, it suggests that the Rodent was restored to life eventually.


Truck Driver

Truck (1930)

The truck driver inside his vehicle

This truck driver was behind the wheel of the truck that struck and killed Edith Keeler, an event that restored the timeline. McCoy attempted to save her, but was stopped by Kirk. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The driver was played by Cary Loftin when he left the truck, with Eddie Paskey doing the actual driving itself.


Inhabitants of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Train passengers

These Humans took the same train T'Mir used in 1957 on her way to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (ENT: "Carbon Creek")

The train passengers were played by background performers who received no credt for their appearance.

Inhabitants of Portage Creek

Driver

Driver-1159

Driver

The driver's car was hit in the back by Shannon O'Donnell's car after she asked for some information from a passerby and didn't pay attention. Unfortunately for him, Shannon's insurance had run out and he drove away without being compensated for the damage. (VOY: "11:59")

The driver was played by Christopher Curry.


Passerby

Passerby-1159

Passerby

The passerby was asked by Shannon O'Donnell were she could find some food, gas and lodging. The man told her those things could not be found any more in Portage Creek. (VOY: "11:59")

The passerby was played by James Greene.


Portage Creek citizens

Alexandria Books, exterior

Exterior of Alexandria Books

These two people were walking by Alexandria Books, a bookstore owned by Henry Janeway, when Shannon O'Donnell went inside keep warm after her car would not start. (VOY: "11:59")

The people were played by unknown performers.


Inhabitants of San Francisco

Antique Store Owner

Antique Store Owner

Antique store owner

The antiques store owner purchased a pair of glasses from James Kirk that had been given to him for his birthday by Dr. McCoy. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The store owner was played by Joe Knowland. In the novelization of Star Trek IV, the scene with the store owner was greatly expanded to include a lengthy conversation about whether or not the glasses were "hot" (stolen) to which Spock explained that the temperature of the glasses was the same as the room.


Aquarium tourists

These Humans were part of the tour group at the Cetacean Institute in 1986 when Spock jumped into the whale tank to mind meld with the two whales George and Gracie. At the time, Doctor Gillian Taylor was showing the whales to the group and discussing whale song, noting that it was not known exactly what purpose the song served. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

All people in the tour were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Bus passengers

Bus passengers 1986

Bus passengers

These passengers were traveling from San Francisco to Sausalito on a bus along with Admiral Kirk and Captain Spock in 1986. They applauded and cheered when Spock made a punk, listening to loud music on his boom box, unconscious using the Vulcan nerve pinch. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The passengers were played by unknown performers.


Cafe owner

The cafe owner was played by Everett Lee.


Hippies

Hippies peace sign

Two hippies give the peace sign

When Kira Nerys and Miles O'Brien were searching for Benjamin Sisko, Jadzia Dax, and Julian Bashir in 1967 San Francisco, they were greeted by two hippies who offered them flowers and exchanged "peace" signs. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part II")

The hippies were played by unknown performers.


Human Couple (1930)

Speakeasy

Couple coming out of speakeasy

This Human couple encountered Kira Nerys and Miles O'Brien in front of a speakeasy in San Francisco, in 1930. Kira and Miles were traveling to different time periods in order to find Captain Sisko, Dr. Bashir, and Jadzia Dax who were transported back in time due to a malfunction.

The couple was leaving a party at a speakeasy, looked at them and ran off. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part II")

The couple was played by unknown performers.


Garbageman #1

Phil Rubenstein, Garbageman

A garbageman

The garbageman was played by Phil Rubenstein.


Garbageman #2

John Miranda, Garbageman

A garbageman

The garbageman was played by John Miranda.


Huey Pilot

Huey Pilot

Huey pilot

This pilot flew a Huey 204 at Plexicorp, which was borrowed by Hikaru Sulu in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The pilot was played by Tony Edwards.


Joggers

Jogger

Joggers

These two joggers were running in Golden Gate Park when the HMS Bounty took off in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The joggers were played by James Menges and an unknown actress.


Lady in Tour

Lady in Tour

Lady in tour

This old woman was part of the tour group at the Cetacean Institute in 1986 when Spock jumped into the whale tank to mind meld with George and Gracie. At the time, Doctor Gillian Taylor was showing the whales to the group and discussing whale song, noting that it was not known exactly what purpose the song served. The lady in the tour wondered out loud if perhaps the whales were singing to the man in the tank. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The old woman was played by Viola Stimpson.


Mercy Hospital personnel

Passerby

Layla Sarakalo

Passerby

This unnamed passerby was encountered by Uhura and Pavel Chekov on a street in San Francisco, while the two were looking for the "nuclear wessels" at the naval base in Alameda. This passerby stopped to respond to Chekov's request, stating "Oh, I don't know if I know the answer to that. I think it's across the bay in Alameda," to which Chekov replied, "That's what I said. Alameda." (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

This passerby was played by background actress Layla Sarakalo, who received no credit for her performance.


Plexicorp workers

These people worked at Plexicorp in 1986, when Montgomery Scott, Leonard McCoy and Hikaru Sulu visited the plant. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

These people were played by unknown performers.

Punk on bus

Punk

The punk

This unnamed punk was listening to the song "I Hate You" on a bus in San Francisco in 1986. James T. Kirk and Spock, who had traveled back in time, were annoyed by the loud rock music with Kirk telling the punk to "turn off that damn noise". When the punk gave Kirk the middle finger, Spock administered a Vulcan nerve pinch and the punk fell on his radio, turning off the music much to the joy of the entire bus. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The punk was played by Kirk Thatcher.


Restaurant cooks

Restaurant cooks 1986

Restaurant cooks

These cooks were making pizza in the Italian restaurant Admiral Kirk and Gillian Taylor visited in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The cooks were played by unknown performerss.


Restaurant patrons

These patrons were present at the Italian restaurant visited by Kirk and Gillian Taylor in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The patrons were played by unknown performerss.


Street passersby

These Humans passed the group of Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scott, Sulu, Uhura, and Chekov while they were crossing the streets of downtown San Francisco in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

Taxi driver

Taxi driver 1986

A taxi driver

This taxi driver nearly collided into Admiral Kirk when he was crossing a street in San Francisco in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The taxi driver was played by an unknown performer.


Usher

Usher

An usher

This usher worked in the Monterey Bay Aquarium when Admiral James T. Kirk and Spock took part in a tour. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

This usher was played by Leonard Nimoy's assistant Teresa E. Victor.


Waiter

Waiter (Italian restaurant)

Waiter

This waiter worked at the Italian restaurant visited by Admiral Kirk and Gillian Taylor in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The waiter was played by Bob Sarlatte.


Waiters

Restaurant patrons 1986

Three waiters

These three waiters also worked at the Italian restaurant, serving other patrons in 1986. Two bartenders can also be seen in the background, serving drinks to customers. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

These waiters were played by unknown performers.


Warehouse couple

These warehouse workers were seen by McCoy, Scott and Sulu in downtown San Francisco in 1986, while looking for plexiglass for the whale tank. They were probably a couple, as the woman shouted with the man on a personal tone. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The warehouse workers were played by unknown performers.

McKinley Rocket Base personnel

Control room personnel

These rocket base personnel worked in the launch control room, assisting launch director Cromwell in 1968. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

Monitor room personnel

These rocket base personnel worked in the launch monitor room in 1968. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

They were "played" by unknown people, who appeared via NASA stock footage.

People at snack van

These rocket base personnel were present when Gary Seven materialized at the base. Most of them were standing at a snack van. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

They were played by unknown performers.

Rocket launch watchers

Launch watchers

Rocket launch watchers

These rocket base personnel watched the launch of the orbital nuclear warhead in 1968. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

They were "played" by unknown people, who appeared via NASA stock footage.


United States armed forces personnel

Others

Actors

The day the earth stood still, Cogenitor

The Day the Earth stood still

Actors in a shot from the movie The Day the Earth Stood Still. This film was found in the motion picture library aboard the Enterprise in 2152. (ENT: "Cogenitor")

The actors were played by unknown performers.


Athletes

Athletes seen on a television screen in the year 2000. Some of the football players played for Baylor. (VOY: "11:59")

The athletes participating in the televised football game were students of Baylor University (in green) and the University of Oklahoma (in white).

Family watching television

Television, Timestream

A family watching television

This family was watching a television program in the mid-20th century. They were seen in the time stream by Captain Jonathan Archer and Daniels in 2154. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

The family was "played" by unknown people who appeared via stock footage.


Hockey players

Hockey on television

Hockey game

These hockey players were seen by Tom Paris on a television set given to him by B'Elanna Torres in 2376. (VOY: "Memorial")

Humans in cryonic state

These two Humans were on a cryonics satellite which was created by Humans in the late 20th century to cryogenically preserve individuals who had died of causes that they believed would be treatable in the future. They were both in cryogenic stasis pods that had been damaged causing them to decompose. One was found by Lieutenant Commander Data and the other by Lieutenant junior grade Worf. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone")

Ku Klux Klan members

Ku Klux Klan, Timestream

Ku Klux Klan members

These members of the Ku Klux Klan were seen in the time stream by Captain Jonathan Archer and Daniels in 2154. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

The Klansmen were "played" by unknown people who appeared via stock footage.


Man working on a computer

Timestream image 9

A man working on a computer

This man was working on a computer during the late-20th century. He was seen in the time stream by Captain Jonathan Archer and Daniels in 2154. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

The man was "played" by an unknown person who appeared via stock footage.


Newsboy

Newsboy guardian of forever

This newsboy was selling a newspaper with the news of the United States of America entering World War I in 1917. He was seen by Kirk and his landing party through the Guardian of Forever in 2267. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The newsboy was "played" by an unknown person, who appeared via stock footage.


Peace movement supporters

Peace movement attendants

These peace movement supporters participated in a peace protest, in an alternate timeline created by Doctor McCoy saving Edith Keeler's life in 1930. They were seen by Kirk and Spock via images recorded from the Guardian of Forever. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The protestors were "played" by unknown people, who appeared via stock footage.


Peace talks attendants

Peace talks attendants

These peace talks attendants participated in the peace negotiations between the United States of America and Nazi Germany, in an alternate timeline created by Doctor McCoy saving Edith Keeler's life in 1930. They were seen by Kirk and Spock via images recorded from the Guardian of Forever. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The attendants were "played" by unknown people, who appeared via stock footage.


Radio announcer

An announcer presented the five thirty radio news broadcast in 1969, in which he mentioned that three astronauts are going to be launched from Cape Kennedy on Wednesday, as the first manned Moon shot. The broadcast was picked up by the USS Enterprise, which accidentally traveled back in time from 2267. (TOS: "Tomorrow is Yesterday")

The announcer was voiced by an unknown performer.


Terran Empire astronauts

Terran Empire moon landing

Terran Empire astronaut

In the mirror universe, two Terran Empire astronauts landed on the surface of Earth's moon, Luna. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly", opening credits)

TV actress

TV commercial

A TV actress

A TV actress in a mid-20th century commercial as seen on the TV set in Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres' quarters on the USS Voyager. (VOY: "Memorial")

The actress was played by an unknown performer.


War bond promoters

Bond signage

These people were promoting war bonds during World War I. They were seen by Kirk and Spock via the Guardian of Forever in 2267. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

The people were "played" by unknown people, who appeared via stock footage.


Whale hunters

This crew of whale hunters was looking for humpback whales on the Bering Sea in 1986. They nearly harpooned George and Gracie before they were beamed away by the HMS Bounty. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

Played by unknown performers.
The whale hunters were speaking Finnish, however Finland never hunted for whales.

World War I soldiers

These soldiers were fighting in World War I, somewhen between 1914 and 1918. They were seen in the time stream by Captain Jonathan Archer and Daniels in 2154. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

The soldiers were "played" by unknown people, who appeared via stock footage.

The "37's"

In 1937, these four people along with Amelia Earhart, Fred Noonan, Jack Hayes, and Nogami, were some of the 300 Humans abducted from Earth and taken to an unnamed class L planet in the Delta Quadrant by the Briori to work as their slaves. These eight people remained in cryostasis in a cryostasis chamber 100 feet under the surface of the planet until 2371 when an away team of the USS Voyager woke them up.

Known as "the 37's", the ancestors of a Human group living on the planet, they decided to stay with their descendants in a settlement on the planet. (VOY: "The 37's")

All four people were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances.
The description of the first two is from the script of the episode and from the trivia text commentary on the VOY Season 2 DVD.
The costume worn by Rita Dail was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

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