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The following is a list of unnamed Romulans who lived during the 24th century.

Assimilated Romulan

Assimilated Romulan

An assimilated Romulan

This assimilated Romulan would become a Borg drone sometime prior to 2375. Seven of Nine assumed his personality when a Borg vinculum caused her to experience the personalities of various assimilated individuals. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This Romulan was played by an unknown actor.


Captain

Romulan captain, 2369

A Romulan captain

The Romulan captain was the commanding officer of the Romulan command ship that was involved a four-billion-year-old genetic puzzle in 2369. His ship had intercepted several communiqués between the Yridians and the Cardassians. He was also present, while under cloak, when Professor Richard Galen's shuttlecraft was attacked.

He later arrived at Vilmor II, where he surprised the Cardassian, Klingon and Federation delegations that were present there, as they were attempting to discover the secret of the genetic codes that led them to the planet.

When the Cardassian Gul Ocett threatened to destroy the rock face containing the lichen, the only remaining life on the planet, he offered a compromise. He asked to be given the genetic code, and in turn he would share the results with the Cardassians. While the delegations had their stand off, Doctor Crusher was able to retrieve the program from the codes in the lichen, revealing an ancient humanoid. The humanoid told of her hopes that those present arrived in the name of cooperation.

Moved by this message, the Romulan captain later contacted Captain Picard to offer him an overture and to express his belief that the two of them shared many similarities after all, in their hopes and their fears. (TNG: "The Chase")

The Romulan captain was played by actor Maurice Roëves.
The designation of "captain" was not spoken, but comes from this episode's script. It presumably reflects his position rather that his rank, which does not appear in the known Romulan ranks.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Galathon.


Carraya IV inhabitants


Continuing Committee senators

In 2375 seven Romulan senators were seated in the Continuing Committee alongside Praetor Neral. The committee served as a court when criminal charges of treason were brought against Senator Cretak by chairman Koval of the Tal Shiar. The assassination attempt of Koval and the allegations of treason against Cretak were investigated. The committee found Cretak guilty. In reality this was a plot by Luther Sloan and Koval to remove Cretak from power to insure continued Romulan war efforts against the Dominion. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

The seven Romulan officials were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
Several costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eVay including the costumes of Lee Nickerson [1], Bill Hackett [2], Bonnie Perkinson [3], and Ray Peterson [4]. Additional costume parts worn by Ray Peterson and Michael Phipps at the banquet scene were also sold off. [5] [6]


Dominion surrender attendee

In 2375, this Romulan female attended the Dominion surrender signing ceremony on Deep Space 9. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

This Romulan was played by an unknown actress.
The novelization of the episode gives her name as Lar (Lar (β)) and also the rank of high centurion (High Centurion (β)).


Frozen Romulan officers

These eight Romulan officers served on a Romulan Warbird in late 2369. After an alien lifeform nested their young in the warbird's engine core, they had to evacuate their ship and were beamed on the Enterprise-D. Because of temporal fragments, they were frozen in time. Three were present on the bridge, two had already been beamed into transporter room 3, and three were frozen in the engineering section of the warbird. (TNG: "Timescape")

All eight Romulans were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances.
The three Romulan voices in the Romulan engine room, one female and two male, were provided by unknown voice performers.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the Romulan helping Riker's name as Takket.


Koval's aide

Kovals aide

Koval's aide

This Romulan official worked as aide to Tal Shiar chairman Koval in 2375. He accompanied him to the banquet for the conference held on Romulus in 2375 and left Koval alone at order when Koval started a talk with Doctor Julian Bashir. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

This Romulan was played by an unknown actor.


Letant's aides

Planning the attack

Letant's aides

These Romulan aides were with Letant in the Wardroom on Deep Space 9, when the Romulans, Starfleet and Klingons were planning the attack into Cardassian space.(DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

These Romulans were played by an unknown performers.


M'ret's aides

These two Romulans served as aides to vice-proconsul M'ret in 2369. They were held in stasis and transported on board the IRW Khazara to defect to the Federation. Because Deanna Troi sensed that the Corvallen freighter captain was not going to keep his word to the Romulan underground movement and his ship was destroyed, they were beamed on board the USS Enterprise-D hidden in a disruptor beam. (TNG: "Face of the Enemy")


Neral's secretary

This female Romulan was working as secretary to Proconsul Neral in 2368. She informed the Proconsul over com that the Romulan Senate had been recalled into session. (TNG: "Unification II")

This female Romulan was voiced by an unknown actress.


Nero's wife

Nero's wife

Holographic recording of Nero's wife

Nero's wife was on Romulus when the planet was destroyed. Her death drove Nero into his genocidal quest for vengeance. She was pregnant with his child at the time. (Star Trek)

The holographic image of Nero's wife seen in Star Trek was played by Scottie Thompson.
While her pregnancy is hard to see in the film, it is clearly shown in Star Trek: Countdown, where her name was Mandana.


Officer at conference

Female Romulan at conference

A Romulan officer

This Romulan officer was present at the conference on Romulus at 2375. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

This Romulan was played by regular background actress Holiday Freeman who received no credit for this appearance.
Her costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [7]


Officers on Vilmor II

These two Romulan officers served under a Romulan captain in 2369 and accompanied him to the surface of Vilmor II. On the surface they faced the away team of the USS Enterprise-D, the Klingon Nu'Daq, and Gul Ocett as well as the hologram of the ancient humanoid. (TNG: "The Chase")

Both Romulans were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances.
This scene also includes a third Romulan, who appeared in several more episodes and is listed above.


Romulan Ambassador

The Romulan ambassador was representative of the Romulan Star Empire to the Cardassian Union and was a personal enemy of Obsidian Order head Enabran Tain. When Tain was on his deathbed in 2373, his son Elim Garak implied that the ambassador had been eliminated. (DS9: "In Purgatory's Shadow")

Given Garak's propensity for lying, it is unclear if Garak really did kill the ambassador or was just trying to put his dying father's mind at ease. If he was killed, it is possible it was related to the numerous deaths hinted at causing on Romulus in "Broken Link".


Romulan civilians

Several Romulan civilians were present when Captain Picard and Lieutenant Commander Data visited Romulus, disguised as Romulans, in 2368. Some of them joined the underground movement to rejoin the Romulans and the Vulcans, a movement led by ambassador Spock. (TNG: "Unification I", "Unification II")

All Romulans with the exception of Susan Fallender –The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Tamarith. [8]– were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearances.
The yet unidentified performers are Amigron, Aylward, Bravo, Errol Bryand, Jacobson, Manno, Marco, Justin McCarty, Miller, and Wayland.
Several costumes were sold off at the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay including Christie Haydon [9], Linda Harcharic [10], Mark Lentry [11], Justin McCarty [12], Diane Todd [13], Errol Bryand [14] and seven costumes without name tags. [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21]


Romulan Commander (2366)

Romulan commander, 2366

A Romulan commander

This Romulan commander was in the second Template:ShipClass cruiser that attempted to make First Contact with Gomtuu near the Beta Stromgren in 2366.

He first attacked and then warned the USS Enterprise-D to leave Romulan space, then proceeded to make contact with Gomtuu. Gomtuu did not respond to the Romulans, which then prepared to destroy the alien lifeform-spacecraft. It is unknown whether the commander's Warbird was thrown clear of Beta Stromgren by Gomtuu, or destroyed by the star when it went supernova. (TNG: "Tin Man")

This Romulan commander was played by actor Peter Vogt.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Tallus.


Romulan Commanders (2379)

These two Romulan commanders addressed the Romulan Senate in 2379 with Commander Suran, urging them to side with Shinzon and the Remans against the Federation. They later backed a coup to place Shinzon in power as the new Praetor but, like the other commanders, they turned against Shinzon after it became clear that the newly elected Praetor intended to exterminate the entire population of Earth. (Star Trek Nemesis)

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the character played by J. Patrick McCormack's name as Noram and David Ralphe's character the name Talvin.
The novelization names the character played by McCormack as Talik and the character played by Ralphe as Bezor.


Romulan corpse

Romulan corpse, generations

A Romulan corpse

This Romulan corpse was formerly among the Romulans who ransacked the Amargosa observatory in 2371, in search of quantities of trilithium that had been stolen from one of their outposts by the Duras sisters. This Romulan was apparently killed in the struggle with the observatory's personnel and was later found dead by the crew of the USS Enterprise-D as they responded to the observatory's distress call. (Star Trek Generations)

This dead Romulan was played by an unknown actor.


Romulan criminal

Unnamed Romulan criminal

A Romulan criminal

A Romulan criminal was displayed in Constable Odo's security office on Deep Space 9 on a wanted poster. It was not known what crime the Romulan was guilty of. (DS9: "Vortex", "If Wishes Were Horses", "The Forsaken", "Dramatis Personae", "Duet", and more)

This individual bears a resemblance to proconsul Neral, played by Norman Large, who appeared only four episodes after Dolak and Orta, two individuals from TNG Season 5 that were also present on Odo's wanted poster.


Romulan diplomats

Antwerp Conference

The Antwerp Conference, shortly before the detonation of the bomb

Romulan diplomats attended the Antwerp Conference which was a high-level meeting between Romulan and Federation diplomats, held in the city of Antwerp on Earth in 2372.

An explosive planted by a Changeling killed 27 people at the conference in the first confirmed Dominion attack on Earth. (DS9: "Homefront", "Paradise Lost")

The Romulan diplomats were played by unknown performers.


Romulan guards (2368)

These five Romulan guards served under Commander Sela on Romulus in 2368. Three of them accompanied Sela and arrested Ambassador Spock, Captain Picard, and Lieutenant Commander Data in an underground cavern on Romulus. The other two guarded the three captives and escorted them to the office of Proconsul Neral, where Sela prepared a speech for Spock. Data was able to create holographic images of Commander Riker and two security officers and the guards were knocked unconscious by Spock, who used a Vulcan nerve pinch, and Picard. (TNG: "Unification II")

Three Romulan guards were played by background performers, the other two by stunt actors. None of them received credit for their performances.
The The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the one played by Chuck Borden the name as Tagus. [22] and the one played by Nick Dimitri the name Telak. [23]


Romulan guards (2371)

These two Romulan guards traveled with Ruwon and Karina to Deep Space 9 in 2371. They accompanied the two Romulan delegates during their debriefing of various station personnel. They were later involved in a confrontation in Quark's with three Klingon Intelligence operatives. The first had a bottle broken over his head by Atul during the scuffle. (DS9: "Visionary")

Both Romulan guards were played by stunt actors, who received no credit for their performances. The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the second one's name as Sorus.


Romulan officer

This Romulan officer served in the Romulan military for several years.

In 2367 he served aboard a Romulan Warbird under the command of Taibak. Taibak ordered him and another guard to restrain Geordi La Forge and brainwashing him so they could use him to kill Klingon Governor Vagh. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")

In 2369 he was part of the Romulan away team which accompanied their captain to the surface of Vilmor II and faced the away team from the Enterprise-D, Gul Ocett, and the Klingon Nu'Daq. (TNG: "The Chase")

Also 2369 he served on the Romulan Warbird who had to be evacuated and was alongside two other officers beamed on board the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Timescape")

This Romulan officer was played by recurring background performer Leatrim Stang who received no credit for his appearances.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Tharket, Tarus and Relam.


Romulan officer (2367)

Taibaks guard 2

A Romulan officer

This Romulan officer served under the command of Taibak on a Template:ShipClass Warbird in 2367. Together with another officer he restrained Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge and brainwashed him to use him for destroying the Federation-Klingon alliance. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")

This Romulan officer was played by Gary Hunter who received no credit for this appearance.


Romulan officer (2369)

Romulan officer, 2369

A Romulan officer

This Romulan officer served on a Romulan Warbird whose crew was evacuated to the USS Enterprise-D after aliens from outside the time continuum attempted to incubate their young in the Warbird's artificial quantum singularity, having mistaken it for a naturally occurring one. While in sickbay on the Enterprise-D, this officer discovered one of the aliens masquerading as a Romulan and attempted to fire his disruptor on her, but nearly hit Doctor Beverly Crusher instead. (TNG: "Timescape")

This Romulan officer was played by actor John DeMita.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Taul.


Romulan Prisoner (female)

Romulan prisoner, female

A female Romulan prisoner

The Romulan prisoner was a female individual incarcerated at the Dominion's Internment Camp 371 in 2373. She, and a fellow male Romulan cellmate, assisted in the planned escape from the camp. Her Romulan cellmate was killed by the Jem'Hadar, however, she was able to escape along with Martok, Worf, Bashir and Elim Garak. (DS9: "In Purgatory's Shadow", "By Inferno's Light")

The Romulan prisoner was played by actress Carrie Stauber.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Kalenna.
Although it was not mentioned in the dialogue, this character was likely a former Tal Shiar officer, judging by her uniform, and a survivor of the Battle of the Omarion Nebula. Ronald D. Moore commented: "Presumably, the Romulan woman was returned home." (AOL chat, 1998)


Romulan Prisoner (male)

Romulan prisoner, male

A male Romulan prisoner

This male Romulan prisoner was incarcerated at the Dominion's Internment Camp 371 in 2373. He, and a fellow female Romulan cellmate, assisted in the planned escape from the camp. He was killed by the Jem'Hadar. (DS9: "In Purgatory's Shadow", "By Inferno's Light")

This Romulan prisoner was played by an unknown actor.
Like the female Romulan prisoner, and although it was not mentioned in the dialogue, this character was likely a former Tal Shiar officer, judging by his uniform, and a survivor of the Battle of the Omarion Nebula.


Romulan senate guards (2379)

Two Romulan soldiers guarded the Romulan senate in 2379. They witnessed the death of the Romulan senators, caused by Senator Tal'aura and her thalaron radiation projector, before they died, too. (Star Trek Nemesis)

Both Romulan guards were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearances.


Romulan senators (2379)

Forty four Romulan senators, including Senator Tal'aura, were part of the Romulan Senate in 2379, headed by Praetor Hiren , when the senate discussed the further contact with Shinzon. When Tal'aura left with the excuse of meeting the Tholian ambassador, she left a thalaron radiation projector which killed all Romulans in the senate. (Star Trek Nemesis)

One of these Romulan senators was played by John Berg. The others were played by background performers, who received no credit for their performances, including Stephen Ryan and Rachelle Roderick.
Romulan senators, Nemesis

The Romulan senators in 2379


Romulan soup woman

Romulan soup woman

A Romulan soup woman

The Romulan soup woman was a suspicious older female, who worked as a food server at a small cafe in the Krocton Segment on Romulus. She recommended the soup to Jean-Luc Picard and Data, who were disguised as Romulans. She disbelieved that they were from Rateg, as they claimed, because they did not speak with their 'particular inflection'. She theorized that they were from the security forces, sent there to watch the intercessor's office, suspecting that the intercessor was in trouble. (TNG: "Unification I")

The Romulan soup woman was played by actress Mimi Cozzens.
The costume worn by Cozzens was sold off at the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [49]
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Kassem.


Romulan Tal Shiar Operative

RomulanTalShiarOperative

A Romulan Tal Shiar operative

This Romulan Tal Shiar operative was a member of the Romulan Tal Shiar in 2371. She was contacted by Commander Sisko regarding the death of the Flaxian assassin, Retaya, following his departure from Deep Space 9. The operative fully acknowledged responsibility for the destruction of his ship, stating that he was "wanted for crimes against the Romulan Empire" and that "his execution was perfectly legal." The operative was also aware of the Cardassian, Elim Garak, aboard the station; incorrectly noting him as a "cobbler". (DS9: "Improbable Cause")

The Romulan Tal Shiar operative was played by actress Darwyn Carson.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Vakis.


Science vessel personnel

These four Romulan officers worked in engineering aboard a Romulan science vessel that was working on a new cloaking device that cloaked by dematerializing. They worked closely with the engineering personnel from the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Next Phase")

The voices of the Romulan officers were provided by unknown voice performers.


Sela's messenger

Romulan messenger

A Romulan messenger

This Romulan worked for Commander Sela and General Movar in 2367. He brought Movar a message when the Romulan was conspirating with the House of Duras sisters Lursa and B'Etor. (TNG: "Redemption")

This Romulan was played by background actor Andre Zietsman who received no credit for his appearance.


Senator at conference

Romulan senator at conference 1

A Romulan senator

This Romulan senator attended the conference held on Romulus in 2375. He was not part of the Romulan Continuing Committee. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

This Romulan was portrayed by background actor Kenneth Blanck who received no credit for his appearance.
His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [50]


Senator Cretak's aides

These Romulans worked for Senator Kimara Cretak in 2375. They brought equipment and pieces of technology into a room aboard Deep Space 9. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

All Romulans were portrayed by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Starship personnel


Tal Shiar guards (2375)

These four Romulan guards worked for the Tal Shiar in 2375. The first two guards assisted chairman Koval in interrogating Doctor Julian Bashir. The other two guards brought a bruised Luther Sloan to the Romulan Continuing Committee. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

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


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