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The following is a list of unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) personnel.

For the full list of named personnel, see USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) personnel.

Command division Edit

Operations division Edit

Sciences division Edit

Dual branches Edit

Command / Operations division ensign Edit

Conn officer, 2367

A command division ensign

Operations bridge officer, 2367

An operations division officer

Bridge command officer, alternate timeline 2366

In an alternate timeline

This ensign served in the command and operations division aboard the Enterprise-D in the 2360s and early 2370s.

He played a game of three-dimensional chess in Ten Forward with a fellow crewmember when Q was attacked by the Calamarain. (TNG: "Deja Q")

He was working on the bridge when the Tanuga IV research station exploded and chief investigator Krag accused Commander Riker of murder. He also manned the conn during the absence of Wesley Crusher. (TNG: "A Matter of Perspective")

In an alternate timeline created when the USS Enterprise-C traveled forward in time, he served aboard the Enterprise-D bridge and brought Captain Picard a PADD. (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

He shared a drink with a fellow science officer in Ten Forward when Data introduced Lal to Guinan. (TNG: "The Offspring")

Off duty he visited Ten Forward and attended the birthday party for Commander Riker. (TNG: "Future Imperfect")

He passed Counselor Troi and Doctor Crusher when the two senior officers left the counselor's office. (TNG: "The Loss")

He was part of Commander Riker's day shift when Ambassador T'Pel was beamed aboard. He also manned the conn when the Enterprise-D met the Romulan Warbird IRW Devoras in the Neutral Zone. (TNG: "Data's Day")

He switched into the operations division and manned the ops station on the bridge when Data conducted research about the spaceborne species. (TNG: "Galaxy's Child")

Reginald Barclay almost ran into him on his way to the holodeck. Later, he was off duty when he visited Ten Forward. (TNG: "The Nth Degree")

He manned the conn when Admiral Norah Satie came aboard and attended the hearing of Simon Tarses in the interrogation room. (TNG: "The Drumhead")

In late 2367 he shared the turbolift with a brainwashed Geordi La Forge who was on his way to assassinate Governor Vagh. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")

He was working on the bridge when the Enterprise-D entered the Mar Oscura Nebula. (TNG: "In Theory")

He was manning the conn and working on the aft section of the bridge during the blockade of the Romulan supply ships under command of Sela. (TNG: "Redemption II")

In 2368 he worked on the aft bridge operating the mission operations station when the crew made contact with the Children of Tama. (TNG: "Darmok")

He was also working on the bridge when the Enterprise-D took Ro Laren aboard and contacted a group of Bajorans led by Orta. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

In early 2368 he was treated in sickbay by Doctor Crusher. His leg was scratched and Berlinghoff Rasmussen winked at him calling him "Crewman". (TNG: "A Matter of Time")

He was talking to a Ten Forward waiter and a female civilian at the bar when Worf met his mother Helena Rozhenko (TNG: "New Ground") and visited the bar off duty again when Counselor Troi talked to the only survivor of the SS Vico, Timothy. (TNG: "Hero Worship")

He was sitting in Ten Forward and having a drink when Commander Riker "interrogated" the Ullian Jev. (TNG: "Violations")

Off duty he also visited Ten Forward when the memories of the Enterprise-D crew were wiped out by the Satarran Keiran MacDuff. (TNG: "Conundrum")

He passed the counselor's office when Lwaxana Troi met Alexander Rozhenko there (TNG: "Cost of Living") and Counselor Troi and Ensign Daniel Sutter in a corridor. (TNG: "Imaginary Friend")

He shared a drink with a woman in Ten Forward while the Borg drone Hugh was held in the detention cell aboard the ship (TNG: "I Borg") and when the Enterprise-D arrived at Devidia II. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

A short time later he passed the transporter room when Worf met Samuel Clemens. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

He was talking to a fellow officer in a corridor when he was passed by Counselor Troi and Reginald Barclay (TNG: "Realm of Fear") and visited Ten Forward at the same time Captain Montgomery Scott had a drink at the bar. (TNG: "Relics")

He was one of the crewmembers who were transported down to the surface of Ligos VII when a group of renegade Ferengi took over the command of the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Rascals")

In an alternate reality created by Q he was talking to a woman in Ten Forward while Ensign Picard took the opportunity to talk to Commander Riker and Counselor Troi. (TNG: "Tapestry")

Off duty he had a drink in Ten Forward when Captain Picard was talking to Professor Richard Galen and when the Klingon Captain Nu'Daq challenged Data. (TNG: "The Chase")

In an illusory reality he also had a drink in Ten Forward when Commander Riker told Counselor Troi about his hallucinations. (TNG: "Frame of Mind")

In early 2370, he attended the banquet for the Iyaaran ambassadors Loquel and Byleth in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Liaisons")

He manned the conn when the Enterprise-D faced Baran's mercenary vessel in orbit of Barradas III and Calder II. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")

His words "Aye, Sir." were provided by an unknown voice actor.

He was also at the conn when Data, in command of the Enterprise-D, contacted the Klingon Koral aboard his shuttle. (TNG: "Gambit, Part II")

Again, the words "Aye, Sir.", were voiced by an unknown actor.

He was working on an aft station of the bridge when the Enterprise-D left Starbase 84 after being fitted with a new warp core. (TNG: "Phantasms")

Dressed in civilian clothing he was part of the audience in Ten Forward during the violin concert of Data and Juliana Tainer. (TNG: "Inheritance")

Off duty he had a drink in Ten Forward when Beverly Crusher told Deanna Troi about her erotic dreams. Later, dressed in a command red uniform he passed the quarters of Dr. Crusher when Deanna asked her for participation in the mok'bara class. (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

He had a drink in Ten Forward while Worf asked Commander Riker indirectly about his permission dating Deanna Troi (TNG: "Eye of the Beholder") and when Worf and Deanna Troi showed symptoms of Barclay's Protomorphosis Syndrome. (TNG: "Genesis")

He had a drink in Ten Forward when the Enterprise-D left orbit of Maranga IV to search for the Duras sisters Lursa and B'Etor (TNG: "Firstborn") and when Jason Vigo told his guards Sandra Rhodes and Garvey that he needed more room. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

The same year he attended the welcome back party for Lieutenant Ro Laren in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

This ensign was portrayed by regular background actor and stand-in Keith Rayve who received no credit for his appearances.


Command / Operations division ensign (2367-2370) Edit

Command division ensign, late 2367

A command division ensign

Relief ops ensign, 2370

An operations division ensign

Wearing his command division uniform, this ensign attended the woodwind quintet concert in Ten Forward in late 2367. (TNG: "In Theory")

He was one of the officers who stood in a row in a corridor between the turbolift and the transporter room to say farewell to Worf when the Klingon left the ship to fight in the Klingon Civil War. (TNG: "Redemption")

Off duty he visited Ten Forward when Counselor Troi talked to Guinan about Clara Sutter and her relationship to Isabella. (TNG: "Imaginary Friend")

He also attended the memorial service for Ro Laren and Geordi La Forge in Ten Forward and witnessed how the two reappeared. (TNG: "The Next Phase")

He had a drink in Ten Forward when Geordi La Forge had a date with Aquiel Uhnari. (TNG: "Aquiel")

In an alternate timeline created by Q, this ensign shared a drink off duty with a female officer in Ten Forward when Ensign Picard asked Commander Riker and Counselor Troi about his future in the command division. (TNG: "Tapestry")

Wearing an operations division uniform, he replaced Data at the ops station when the Android went to sickbay to check the unauthorized access (TNG: "Birthright, Part I") and when the Enterprise-D went to the planet Bersallis III to rescue the colonists and patients from the firestorms. (TNG: "Lessons")

Along with Jae and Gates he was part of the day shift which replaced the night shift under the command of Data. (TNG: "Rightful Heir").

He manned the ops station under the command of Doctor Beverly Crusher when the Enterprise-D tried to escape a Borg vessel and went into the corona of a sun. (TNG: "Descent, Part II")

In early 2370 he was working in main engineering when Data experienced his first nightmares and interphasic organisms infected the crew. (TNG: "Phantasms")

He also attended the banquet, held for the Cairn delegation in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Dark Page")

He worked as relief officer at the ops station on the bridge while Data was assigned to check the facts the two Hekaran scientists Serova and Rabal presented. (TNG: "Force of Nature")

He also briefly replaced Lieutenant Commander Data at the ops station during the mission in the Devolin system. (TNG: "The Pegasus")

In 2370 he was part of the beta shift along with Gates and Jae and manned the ops station. (TNG: "Lower Decks")

He manned the ops station and exchanged looks with Ensign Dern when Commander Riker seemed unable to command the ship. (TNG: "Genesis")

This recurring ensign was played by background actor Rad Milo who received no credit for his appearances.


Elderly science / command division officer Edit

Male science division officer leaving turbolift, 2370

A science division officer

Command division officer in Ten Forward, 2368

A command division officer

Civilian passed by Scotty

Off duty in Ten Forward

This elderly science division officer had a drink in Ten Forward while Ensign Ro Laren came aboard (TNG: "Ensign Ro") and when the ship hit a quantum filament and lost its power. (TNG: "Disaster")

He passed Data and Berlinghoff Rasmussen in a corridor when the android brought the time-traveler to his quarters. (TNG: "A Matter of Time")

He talked to a woman in Ten Forward when Commander Riker interrogated the Ullian Jev. (TNG: "Violations")

Wearing a command division uniform he attended the wedding ceremony for Lwaxana Troi and Minister Campio in Ten Forward in 2368. (TNG: "Cost of Living")

His duties aboard the Enterprise-D also included working as gardener in the arboretum. (TNG: "Imaginary Friend")

He had a drink in Ten Forward while the Enterprise-D was in orbit of Devidia II (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II") and investigated the disappearance of the USS Yosemite in the Igo sector. (TNG: "Realm of Fear")

He passed Counselor Troi in front of the transporter room shortly before she welcomed Ves Alkar and Sev Maylor aboard the ship. (TNG: "Man of the People")

He had a drink off duty in Ten Forward on board the Enterprise-D in 2369, when Scotty entered the room and walked behind him. (TNG: "Relics")

Together with a female companion he passed Geordi La Forge in front of Ten Forward while in orbit of Tyrus VII. (TNG: "The Quality of Life")

A holographic duplicate of him had off duty a drink in Ten Forward in the holographic program created by Professor James Moriarty. (TNG: "Ship in a Bottle")

He joined several crewmembers in Ten Forward while the Enterprise-D investigated at Relay Station 47. (TNG: "Aquiel")

He passed Counselor Troi in a corridor during her puzzle search through the ship. (TNG: "Second Chances")

He attended the banquet held for the Cairn in Ten Forward, also in civilian. Later that day he visited Ten Forward again, this time in uniform. (TNG: "Dark Page")

Off duty he visited Ten Forward when Commander Riker and Admiral Erik Pressman shared a drink. (TNG: "The Pegasus")

He passed Captain Picard and Beverly Crusher in a corridor shortly after the funeral of Crusher's grandmother Felisa Howard. (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

He had a drink with a fellow officer in Ten Forward shortly before the Enterprise-D went for a secret mission to the Cardassian border. (TNG: "Lower Decks")

He left a turbolift with another science division officer shortly before Deanna Troi and Lieutenant Worf used the lift. (TNG: "Eye of the Beholder")

Off duty he had a drink in Ten Forward while the Enterprise-D crew protected Jason Vigo from the Ferengi Bok. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

The same year he was a guest at the welcome back party for Ro Laren in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

This Starfleet officer was played by regular background actor John Copage who received no credit for his appearances.
Copage also appeared as a regular background actor on Star Trek: Voyager and made his first Trek appearance in 1967 in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "The Doomsday Machine".


Engineer/ Conn ensign Edit

This Starfleet officer with the rank of an ensign served as flight controller of the Enterprise-D in 2369. When the Enterprise-D supplied a Romulan warbird with a power transfer beam, two aliens attacked the Enterprise-D using the Romulan disruptors. The conn station exploded and he fell back to the ground. (TNG: "Timescape")

In 2370, he served as an engineer and walked into the shuttle bay when several mercenaries of Arctus Baran's group, led undercover by Commander Riker, intruded and fired at him. (TNG: "Gambit, Part II")

This Starfleet officer was played by recurring stunt actor Steve Blalock who received no credit for his appearances.


Female science division/command division ensign Edit

Female science division ensign, 2364

A science division ensign in 2364

Female command division ensign, 2365

A command division ensign in 2365

This female Starfleet ensign served aboard the Enterprise-D since 2364.

She served on an aft station on the bridge when the Enterprise-D had to face Q. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

She passed Commander Riker and Counselor Troi in a corridor, moments before Riker carried Troi into sickbay. (TNG: "The Naked Now")

She served on the bridge when Tasha Yar returned from her fight with Yareena on Ligon II. (TNG: "Code of Honor")

She was also on duty on the bridge when the Traveler brought the Enterprise-D into a far galaxy. (TNG: "Where No One Has Gone Before")

She was on duty on the bridge when the Enterprise-D had to transport Antican and Selay delegations to the planet Parliament. (TNG: "Lonely Among Us")

She regularly manned the science aft station on the bridge (TNG: "Justice", "Too Short a Season")

She was waiting outside the transporter room and welcomed Victoria, Steven, and Wyatt Miller aboard the ship before she guided them to their quarters. Later she served on the bridge when the Enterprise-D left the orbit of Haven. (TNG: "Haven")

She and Darien Wallace passed Captain Picard and Data in a corridor, moments before Data beamed down to Vandor IV. (TNG: "We'll Always Have Paris")

She passed Commander Riker and Data in a corridor shortly after the two met the 20th century Humans Ralph Offenhouse, Clare Raymond, and L.Q. Clemonds. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone")

In 2365 she was transferred to the command division. She passed Deanna Troi and Doctor Pulaski in a corridor when the ship was in orbit of Gagarin IV. (TNG: "Unnatural Selection")

She passed Commander Riker and Lieutenant Worf in the corridor in front of the transporter room shortly before Riker beamed aboard the IKS Pagh. (TNG: "A Matter Of Honor")

This Starfleet ensign was played by Marina Sirtis' stand-in and regular background actress Nora Leonhardt who received no credit for her appearances.


Operations/ Command Ensign Edit

Relief ops officer, 2368

At the Ops station in 2368

Command division officer in ten forward, 2368

As a command officer in Ten Forward

This Starfleet ensign served in the operations and command division on board the Enterprise-D between 2368 and 2370.

Wearing the command division uniform in 2368, he was having a drink at Ten Forward while the Ullian delegation was transported to Kanda IV. (TNG: "Violations")

He had a drink in Ten Forward when the Satarran Keiran MacDuff wiped out the memories of the Enterprise-D crew (TNG: "Conundrum") and passed Dr. Beverly Crusher and Dr. Toby Russell in front of the transporter room. (TNG: "Ethics")

He visited Ten Forward again when Commander Riker and the J'naii Soren had split pea soup for lunch. (TNG: "The Outcast")

Wearing the operations division uniform he served as relief ops officer on the bridge when the Enterprise-D was trapped in a temporal causality loop. (TNG: "Cause and Effect")

He passed by tactical on the bridge, shortly before Admiral Brand contacted the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The First Duty")

He was manning the operations station on the bridge when the ship was affected by nitrium parasites. (TNG: "Cost of Living")

He was working on an aft station on the bridge while the Enterprise-D transported Ambassador Briam and his "gift" Kamala to peace talks. (TNG: "The Perfect Mate")

He served at the ops station on the bridge when the Enterprise-D supported a damaged Romulan science vessel in late 2368. (TNG: "The Next Phase")

He passed Geordi La Forge and Captain Montgomery Scott on their way to the shuttlebay. (TNG: "Relics")

He was on duty in engineering when all engineers had to leave because of a warp core breach, caused by Q. (TNG: "True Q")

A holographic duplicate of him worked as transporter chief in Professor James Moriarty's holographic program. In this program he assisted Geordi La Forge in beaming Moriarty and Countess Regina Bartholomew off the holodeck. (TNG: "Ship in a Bottle")

He was on duty on the bridge when the ship went into the Kaleb sector and searched for the Corvallen freighter. (TNG: "Face of the Enemy")

He was on duty in engineering when Data was hit by an energy source from the Gamma Quadrant and experienced his first vision. (TNG: "Birthright, Part I")

He was working on the bridge when the Enterprise-D went on a rescue mission to Bersallis III. (TNG: "Lessons")

He was among the first away team, including Commander Riker, Lieutenant Worf, Crewman Garvey, and Darian Wallace, who beamed down to an unnamed planet in search of Data and the rogue Borg Crosis. (TNG: "Descent")

He joined the buffet at the banquet in Ten Forward, held for the Iyaaran ambassadors in 2370. (TNG: "Liaisons")

He was working in the transporter room when Worf beamed Doctor Crusher and Captain Picard to the Kes Security Relay Station 1. (TNG: "Attached")

He was talking to a woman in Ten Forward while Worf was experiencing different quantum realities. (TNG: "Parallels")

He was on duty on an aft bridge station as part of the alpha shift, when the Enterprise-D awaited the return of Sito Jaxa. (TNG: "Lower Decks")

Deanna Troi almost ran into him in a corridor after she saw Worf and Maddy Calloway kissing in her empathic recreation of Daniel Kwan's suicide. (TNG: "Eye of the Beholder")

He had a drink in Ten Forward when the first symptoms of Barclay's Protomorphosis Syndrome occurred and was treated in sickbay after Data found a cure for the transformed crewmembers. (TNG: "Genesis")

He was on duty in main engineering when the Enterprise-D created the emergent lifeform and the crew lost control of the ship. (TNG: "Emergence")

This recurring officer was played by regular background actor John Tampoya who received no on-screen credit for his appearances.
It may be possible that this is the same character as Kashimuro Nozawa, also played by Tempoya, a regular officer on board the USS Voyager.


Operations/ Science division crewman Edit

Enterprise-D science officer 2367

A science officer

Male kisser in ten forward, 2368

Off duty in Ten Forward

This Starfleet crewmember worked in the operations division and sciences division aboard the Enterprise-D.

He visited Ten Forward when Geordi La Forge was talking with Guinan about his interest in Leah Brahms (TNG: "Galaxy's Child") and was also one of the crewmembers in Ten Forward who suffered from the missing REM sleep while under the influence of an alien telepathic wave. (TNG: "Night Terrors")

He was again in Ten Forward chatting with a woman while Geordi La Forge talked to Susanna Leijten. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

He walked past Dr. Crusher and Data in a corridor shortly before Crusher spent time with Odan. (TNG: "The Host")

In 2367 he passed Lieutenant Commanders Geordi La Forge and Data outside the shuttlebay shortly after La Forge returned from his trip to Risa (TNG: "The Mind's Eye") and later he passed Data in front of his quarters. (TNG: "In Theory")

He was one of the crewmembers who bid farewell to Worf when he left the ship to fight in the Klingon Civil War, standing in a corridor to the transporter room. (TNG: "Redemption")

In 2368 he worked on the bridge when several Federation starships formed a tachyon detection grid to detect a fleet of Romulan Warbirds. (TNG: "Redemption II")

Together with an operations division ensign, he passed Wesley Crusher and Data in a corridor. Later, while addicted to the Ktarian game, he was again passed by Wesley and watched Wesley's movessceptically. (TNG: "The Game")

He was one of the hostages in Ten Forward who were stunned by the Ux-Mal criminals possessing the bodies of Deanna Troi, Miles O'Brien, and Data. (TNG: "Power Play")

He had a date with a woman in Ten Forward when Commander Riker and the J'naii Soren visited the bar for a split pea soup. He was very intimate and was observed by Soren who asked Riker several questions about the Human sexuality. (TNG: "The Outcast")

He left sickbay and passed a phased and confused Ro Laren who was unable to open the door. (TNG: "The Next Phase")

Together with a female science officer he visited Ten Forward when the Enterprise-D was in orbit of Devidia II. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

Transferred to the operations division and promoted to an ensign, he was one of the technicians who beamed over to the particle fountain station in orbit of Tyrus VII. Later, he was one of the crewmembers of the last group who were able to beam back aboard the Enterprise-D with Doctor Farallon and Jae. (TNG: "The Quality of Life")

He shared a drink with fellow crewmembers in Ten Forward while Commander Riker struggled with his past aboard the USS Pegasus. (TNG: "The Pegasus")

He served in the security department aboard the Enterprise-D in 2370 where he guarded the Boraalan Vorin in sickbay and later in the guest quarters. (TNG: "Homeward")

In 2370 he was the tactical officer in the beta shift and worked with Gates, Jae, and Commander Riker. (TNG: "Lower Decks")

He served as security guard in engineering when Data was taken over by several D'Arsay personalities and later confined into his quarters. (TNG: "Masks")

He served as relief ops officer on the bridge when Data beamed down to the bilitrium mine on Kalla III. (TNG: "Firstborn")

He worked as relief ops officer on the bridge when Lt. Cmdr. Data was assigned to investigate the strange malfunctions of the Enterprise-D (TNG: "Emergence") and when the Enterprise-D was sent into the Devron system to investigate a temporal anomaly. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

This Starfleet officer was portrayed by regular background actor Keith Gearhart who received no credit for his appearances.
His line "Aye, sir." in "Firstborn" was provided by an unknown actor.


Science/ security officer Edit

This Starfleet officer was among the crewmembers who welcomed Captain Jean-Luc Picard on board the Enterprise-D, when he took over the command in 2364. Later he was working on an aft station on the bridge, when the Enterprise-D investigated the temporal anomaly in the Devron system. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

In an alternate quantum reality, he was on duty in engineering. Later he prepared the shuttle Curie to send Worf back in his reality. (TNG: "Parallels")

In 2370, he was part of the security team which accompanied Worf to deck 10 after Data found the source for the power drain there. He was ordered by Worf to scan the deck for the malfunction. (TNG: "Homeward")

He was on duty in the nacelle tube control room with Lieutenant Nara and had later a drink in Ten Forward, while the crew investigated the death of Daniel Kwan. (TNG: "Eye of the Beholder")

He was talking to a command division officer when he walked past Captain Picard and Jason Vigo in a corridor. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

This Starfleet officer was played by recurring background actor Bill Hagy who received no credit for his appearances.


Security/ Bridge Officer Edit

This female Starfleet officer served in security on the Enterprise-D in 2368. She accompanied Worf and another security officer to stop the Ux-Mal terrorists, who took over control of several crewmembers and took hostages in Ten Forward. She was stunned by Data in Ten Forward and hit a wall. (TNG: "Power Play")

She later served in the command division and was working on the bridge, behind the tactical console, when the Enterprise crash-landed on Veridian III. (Star Trek Generations)

This officer was played by stunt actress Patricia Tallman. It's possible that she later became the unnamed Defiant weapons officer, also played by Tallman.


Security ensign/ Medical officer Edit

This Starfleet ensign served aboard the Enterprise-D between 2366 and 2369.

As a member of the sciences division he was involved in a brawl in Ten Forward caused by Ambassador Sarek, who was suffering from Bendii Syndrome. An operations division officer threw him onto a table. (TNG: "Sarek")

In 2367 he was again involved in a brawl, off duty in civilian clothing, in Ten Forward while the crew experienced the lack of REM sleep. (TNG: "Night Terrors")

In 2369 he was assigned to an away team including Captain Picard, Geordi La Forge, and Counselor Troi, which searched for Data on an unnamed planet in the Delta Quadrant. His team entered a compound and was surprised by a group of renegade Borg. He was shot by one of the Borg and died. (TNG: "Descent")

This ensign was played by stunt actor Ken Lesco who received no credit for his appearances.


Security officer/engineer Edit

Conn officer, 2364

A conn officer

Bridge security officer, 2364

A security officer

This Starfleet officer served in the operations and command division aboard the Enterprise-D following its launch in 2364.

He was one of the security officers on the bridge ready to remove Q during its second visit to the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

He was on duty in main engineering shortly before Wesley Crusher took over command of the engineering section and the crew was affected by a polywater intoxication. (TNG: "The Naked Now")

He was working on the aft bridge section when the ship left orbit of Ligon II. (TNG: "Code of Honor")

He left main engineering when Commander Riker and Geordi La Forge discussed a strategy to escape from a planets force field. Later he served as transporter officer and beamed the away team to the planets surface. (TNG: "The Last Outpost")

He was standing in a corridor and listening to Captain Picard's speech when the ship stranded in a galaxy where dreams became reality. (TNG: "Where No One Has Gone Before")

The same year he served as transporter officer and beamed the Selay delegation aboard the ship. Later he was incapacitated by several energy discharges from the Beta Renner cloud lifeform and not able to stop Captain Picard beaming off the ship. (TNG: "Lonely Among Us")

He passed Geordi La Forge in a corridor while in orbit of Rubicun III. Later he passed the quarters of Captain Picard. (TNG: "Justice")

He was walking through a corridor when the Enterprise-D was approaching Quadra Sigma III and prepared for a rescue mission. (TNG: "Hide and Q")

He passed Captain Picard on his way to the holodeck and assisted later Wesley Crusher in the repairs of the holodeck. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

He served as relief conn officer for Geordi La Forge when the Enterprise-D met the Crystalline Entity for the first time. (TNG: "Datalore")

He was working on the aft bridge and talking to a fellow crewmember after the conflicts on Mordan IV were resolved. (TNG: "Too Short a Season")

He passed the science laboratory in which the "microbrain" from Velara III was sealed in. (TNG: "Home Soil")

He was on duty in main engineering when Admiral Gregory Quinn and Lieutenant Commander Dexter Remmick came aboard to start investigations about the crew. (TNG: "Coming of Age")

Wearing a command division uniform he served as conn officer while the Klingon renegades Korris, Konmel, and Kunivas were beamed aboard the ship. (TNG: "Heart of Glory")

He was on duty in main engineering when the ship approached the Delos system and later passed the guest quarters of the Brekkians. (TNG: "Symbiosis")

He was working on the bridge when the ship experienced the "Manheim Effect". (TNG: "We'll Always Have Paris")

He was one of two security officers who cared for Ralph Offenhouse when he came onto the bridge. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone")

This recurring Starfleet officer was portrayed by LeVar Burton's stand-in and regular background actor Darrell Burris who received no credit for his appearances.


Transporter chief / conn ensign Edit

Enterprise-D transporter chief, 2369

A transporter chief

Female conn ensign, late 2369

At the conn

This female operations division ensign was talking to a science division officer when she walked past Deanna Troi in a corridor. (TNG: "Realm of Fear")

She passed Commander Riker in a corridor when he went to the quarters of Deanna Troi. (TNG: "Man of the People")

She had a drink in Ten Forward while Data met Montgomery Scott at the bar. (TNG: "Relics")

She was part of the away team which beamed over to the Particle Fountain Project station to coordinate and assist the Tyrans. (TNG: "The Quality of Life")

She was on duty on the bridge when James Moriarty tried to trick the Enterprise-D crew (TNG: "Ship in a Bottle") and when the Enterprise-D docked at Deep Space 9. (TNG: "Birthright, Part I")

She was working as transporter chief in 2369 when the away teams were beamed to the surface of Bersallis III to install thermal deflector units against the fire storms. She operated the transporter at Captain Picard's orders. (TNG: "Lessons")

Shortly thereafter, wearing a command division uniform she manned the conn during a mission to the planets Indri VIII, Loren III, and Vilmor II. (TNG: "The Chase")

Off duty she had a drink in Ten Forward while Commander Riker talked to his former commanding officer Admiral Erik Pressman. (TNG: "The Pegasus")

She manned an aft station on the bridge when the Enterprise-D discovered the D'Arsay archive in a rogue comet. (TNG: "Masks")

She manned an aft station of the bridge when the Enterprise-D left orbit of Maranga IV to search for the Duras sisters Lursa and B'Etor in 2370. (TNG: "Firstborn")

She passed Captain Picard and Jason Vigo in a corridor after they defeated the Ferengi Bok. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

Debra Dilley TNG

Dilley on a continuity polaroid for "Firstborn"

This transporter chief was played by recurring background actress and Gates McFadden's additional photo double Debra Dilley who received no credit for her appearances.
She was voiced by an unknown actress in "Lessons" and "The Chase".


Transporter technician / command division officer Edit

Transporter technician, 2364

A transporter technician

Male command division officer in ten forward, late 2366

A command division officer

This Starfleet officer served in the operations division and later in the command division aboard the Enterprise-D between 2364 and 2367.

He assisted Wesley Crusher repairing the holodeck when Captain Picard, Dr. Crusher, Whalen, and Data were trapped in there. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

The same year he operated the transporter console and beamed the away team including Commander Riker, Data, Tasha, and Deanna Troi to the surface of Angel I. Later, he was working in sickbay when Dr. Crusher treated her patients who suffered from a virus. (TNG: "Angel One")

He went through a corridor when Harry Bernard bumped into Commander Riker. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

He was part of a security detachment led by Natasha Yar that was sent to apprehend the two Klingon renegades Korris and Konmel, rescued by the crew from the Talarian freighter Batris, and guarded them to the brig. (TNG: "Heart of Glory")

He had a drink in Ten Forward while Romulan defector Alidar Jarok was aboard the ship (TNG: "The Defector") and when a powerless Q was attacked by the Calamarain. (TNG: "Deja Q")

When the Enterprise-C traveled forward in time and created a new timeline, he was working on the aft bridge of the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

Wearing a command division red uniform, he had a drink in Ten Forward in late 2366 when Worf and his brother Kurn had a discussion. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")

He attended the concert held for Ambassador Sarek the same year. (TNG: "Sarek")

He visited Ten Forward and ordered a drink when Miles O'Brien talked to Glinn Daro. (TNG: "The Wounded")

He left Ten Forward when Miles O'Brien came into the bar while the crew investigated the death of the Brattain crewmembers. (TNG: "Night Terrors")

This Starfleet officer was portrayed by recurring background actor James McElroy.
He filmed his scenes in the transporter room in "Angel One" on Thursday, 12 November 1987 on Paramount Stage 9.


Unknown division Edit

Affected security officer (2364) Edit

This security officer was heard over com when Captain Picard called security chief Tasha Yar. Yar was affected by polywater intoxication and was very close with this officer who joked about Captain Picard. (TNG: "The Naked Now")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Away team officers (2369) Edit

A male and a female officer responded to orders from Lieutenant Commander Nella Daren while on an away mission on the surface of Bersallis III. The male officer acknowledged with "Standing by." and the female officer, part of away team three, responded with "Yes, Sir.". (TNG: "Lessons")

Both voices were provided by unknown performers.


Bridge officer (2365) Edit

This Starfleet officer was on duty on the bridge of the Enterprise-D when he contacted Commander Riker in 2365. He informed him about the class 11 emergency signal from Starfleet Command. (TNG: "The Emissary")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Bridge officer (2369) Edit

This Starfleet officer acknowledged Captain Picard's contact to the bridge and his orders during the investigation of the solanogen-based lifeforms. (TNG: "Schisms")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Bridge officer (mid 2369) Edit

This Starfleet officer responded to Captain Picard's orders following the transport of Worf and the other Klingons aboard the Enterprise-D and acknowledged. (TNG: "Birthright, Part II")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Bridge officer (2370) Edit

This Starfleet officer acknowledged Captain Picard's order to set a course for Camor V to search for Jason Vigo. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Bridge officer (2371) Edit

This bridge officer informed Commander Riker on the holodeck about a picked up distress call from the Amargosa observatory which told about the attack on the observatory. Riker started the red alert and ordered Captain Picard to the bridge. (Star Trek Generations)

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Communications officer (2371) Edit

This communications officer informed Captain Jean-Luc Picard about his personal message he received from Earth in 2371. At orders from Picard he sent the message to a holodeck arch. (Star Trek Generations)

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Com officer (2365) Edit

This Starfleet officer informed security chief Lieutenant Worf about a fire in cargo bay 7 following an audio alert signal. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

This security officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Com officers (2369) Edit

A female and a male Starfleet officer used the ship wide communication system during the evacuation of the Enterprise-D personnel to the Arkaria Base in 2369. The female officer informed that the transporter assignment has changed and the personnel should report to transporter room 3. The male officer informed the beta shift engineering personnel to report to engineering prior to their disembarkment. (TNG: "Starship Mine")

Both officers were voiced by unknown performers.


Crewmember in engineering (2364) Edit

This crewmember was on duty in main engineering and responded to a call from Captain Picard who asked if the engines were back on line. The crewmember was puzzled and answered that they were never off. (TNG: "Hide and Q")

The same year he contacted the bridge while in orbit of Angel I. He informed commanding officer Geordi La Forge that the ships computer had problems accepting the variant climate controls. (TNG: "Angel One")

This crewmember was voiced by an unknown actor.


Crewmember in engineering (2366) Edit

This crewmember was on duty in main engineering in 2366 when the Koinonians came aboard the Enterprise-D. He responded to orders from chief engineer Geordi La Forge with "Aye Aye, Sir.". (TNG: "The Bonding")

This crewmember was voiced by an unknown actor.


Crewmember in sickbay (2365) Edit

This male crewmember was on duty in sickbay in 2365 when Captain Picard tried to contact Dr. Katherine Pulaski who hadn't been reported to the bridge following her arrival aboard the Enterprise-D. He told Captain Picard that Dr. Pulaski was not in sickbay but in Ten Forward. (TNG: "The Child")

This crewmember was voiced by an unknown actor.


Detention cell officer Edit

This male security officer informed Captain Picard that the Borg drone Hugh regained consciousness while held in the detention cell. (TNG: "I Borg")

This security officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Docking officer Edit

This Starfleet officer was on duty in the shuttlebay in 2364 when the shuttlecraft Galileo piloted by Tasha Yar brought Captain Picard on board. He informed Yar, that the shuttle was clear for arrival in shuttlebay 2. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Female bridge officer (2368) Edit

This female Starfleet officer contacted Ensign Ro Laren and told her that a subspace communication for her came in. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actress.


Female com officer (2366) Edit

This female Starfleet officer responded to a call from Beverly Crusher on the surface of Mintaka III. Crusher ordered a medical emergency transport for herself and Liko and she replied "Aye Doctor.". (TNG: "Who Watches The Watchers")

This female officer was voiced by an unknown actress.


Female com officer (2367) Edit

This female Starfleet officer contacted Doctor Leah Brahms and told her about an incoming message for her. (TNG: "Galaxy's Child")

This female officer was voiced by an unknown actress.


Female com officer (2368) Edit

This female Starfleet officer contacted Lieutenant Worf in main engineering in 2368 and informed him about an incoming subspace communication from the Federation transport Milan. (TNG: "New Ground")

This officer was voiced by an unknown actress.


Female com officer (alternate timeline) Edit

This female Starfleet officer served aboard the Enterprise-D in 2366 of an alternate timeline, created when the Enterprise-C was brought into 2366 by a spatial anomaly. She made a call through the com, asking "Lt. Barrett to communications and a triage team to main shuttlebay.". (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

This officer was voiced by an unknown actress.


Male bridge officer (2370) Edit

This Starfleet officer was on duty on the bridge when the ship approached the Neutral Zone in 2370. He informed Captain Picard over com. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Male com officer (alternate timeline) Edit

This Starfleet officer served aboard the Enterprise-D in 2366 of an alternate timeline. He informed the crew via com with the words "Now hear this. Fleet formation briefing in main war room at 15.00 hrs. Dr. Joshua Kim report to station ops. Ensign Thoms please forward combat information. Ensign Thomas to CIC." (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

This officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Male conn officer (2370) Edit

This Starfleet officer acknowledged Captain Picard's order for a course change in late 2370 during a mission into the Devron system. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

This conn officer was voiced by an unknown actor.
His voice appeared without seeing the conn officer which was Ensign Gates, played by Joyce Robinson, at this time.


Male officer in cargo bay (2366) Edit

This Starfleet officer contacted Lieutenant Barclay over com and ordered him to report to cargo bay 5 immediately. (TNG: "Hollow Pursuits")

This officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Male transporter operator (2369) Edit

This Starfleet officer operated the transporter and acknowledged Commander Riker's order to beam Lieutenant Worf and Thomas Riker aboard the ship. (TNG: "Second Chances")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Security officer (2364) Edit

This security officer informed Captain Picard over com about a perimeter alert and that the ship's sensors had detected the presence of a vessel approaching Deneb IV. He also told that no ship was scheduled to visit Deneb IV. When Picard asked him if this could be the USS Hood he answered that the vessel did not match the Hood's configurations or ID. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

This security officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Security officer (2366) Edit

This security officer acknowledged Captain Picard's order to seal off all decks when the Angosian soldier Roga Danar escaped from his transport. He also acknowledged Picard's order to seal off Jefferies tube J-4, deck 15 later. (TNG: "The Hunted")

This security officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Security officer (2368) Edit

This security officer acknowledged orders from Captain Picard over com in 2368 when his security team was up to stop three Ux-Mal criminals possessing the bodies of Deanna Troi, Miles O'Brien, and Data. (TNG: "Power Play")

This security officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Security officer (2369) Edit

This security officer acknowledged Commander Riker's order to let a security team meet with him in the corridor in front of Worf's quarters. (TNG: "Rightful Heir")

This security officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Shuttle bay officer Edit

This Starfleet officer acknowledged the order to stand by from Captain Picard in 2366 while working in the main shuttle bay aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Price")

This officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter chief (2367) Edit

This transporter chief was instructed by Captain Picard to beam Doctor Howard Clark and the other three scientists on board. He reported that he was only able to beam Dr. Clark aboard. (TNG: "Devil's Due")

This transporter chief was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter chief (2370) Edit

This transporter chief operated the transporter in transporter room 2 in early 2370. He informed Commander Riker that he was unable to beam them aboard due to too much interferences. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")

This transporter chief was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (2364) Edit

This Starfleet officer contacted the bridge to inform Captain Picard that Commander Riker and Mr. Data were beamed back aboard the ship after they visited the old Bandi town on Deneb IV. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

This Starfleet officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (late 2364) Edit

This Starfleet officer operated the transporter console in one of the ships transporter rooms in 2364. He beamed several crewmembers and civilians to Starbase 74 after Lieutenant Commander Data gave the order to evacuate the ship immediately. He gave orders to the people he beamed over, including Wesley Crusher; "Hold your positions, please.", "Prepare to energize", "and energize". (TNG: "11001001")

This transporter officer was only heard and voiced by an unknown actor. It is most likely that a background actor stood behind the transporter console during this scene but out of camera focus.


Transporter officer (2365) Edit

This Starfleet officer operated the transporter console in 2365 when the Enterprise-D followed a distress call from the Pakled transport Mondor. He was ordered to beam Lieutenant Geordi La Forge back aboard the Enterprise-D by Commander Riker but was unable due to the shielding of the transport. He reported a "Negative response" to Riker. (TNG: "Samaritan Snare")

This transporter officer was voiced by an unknown actor.
The German version of the episode used the German synchronization voice of Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien).


Transporter officer (2366) Edit

This Starfleet officer was on duty in transporter room 3 in 2366. He was ordered by Captain Picard to lock on the away team down on the surface of Rutia IV following a bomb explosion on the Rutian plaza. He acknowledged this order. Following a conversation with Dr. Crusher who refused to beam back aboard the ship Picard asked him if he still had a lock on the team and he answered "Aye, Sir. Shall I transport them?" When Ansata terrorists beamed aboard the Enterprise-D and Picard ordered him to lock on the intruders he responded "Intruders singnals unstable. I cannot lock on." He was also not able to get a lock on the bomb placed on the warp core, reporting "It is scrambling the sensors, Captain. I can't pinpoint it." (TNG: "The High Ground")

This transporter officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (mid-2366) Edit

This Starfleet officer worked as transporter operator in 2366 in transporter room 3. When Q took a shuttlecraft to face the Calamarain, Captain Picard ordered this transporter operator to beam the shuttle back to the hangar. He reported, "Captain, unable to transport. For some reason I cannot lock onto the shuttlecraft." (TNG: "Deja Q")

This transporter officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (2367) Edit

This Starfleet officer operated the transporter in early 2367 when an away team of the Enterprise-D beamed aboard a drifting Talarian observation craft. He responded to a call from Dr. Crusher and informed her that the transporter was ready and locked in. (TNG: "Suddenly Human")

This transporter officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (2368) Edit

This Starfleet officer operated the transporter in 2368. He acknowledged Commander Riker's order to beam him aboard from the Genome colony on Moab IV. (TNG: "The Masterpiece Society")

This transporter officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (late 2368) Edit

This Starfleet officer operated the transporter in transporter room 1 in 2368 and informed Captain Picard over com that Minister Campio was ready to beam aboard. (TNG: "Cost of Living")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (2369) Edit

This Starfleet officer acknowledged the order of Captain Picard to lock on the signals of Geordi La Forge and Captain Montgomery Scott aboard the USS Jenolan and beam them aboard when they're in transporter range. (TNG: "Relics")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (late 2369) Edit

This Starfleet officer worked as transporter chief in late 2369 and acknowledged Captain Picard's order to beam Professor Richard Galen aboard after he was attacked by an Yridian destroyer. (TNG: "The Chase")

This transporter chief was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (2370) Edit

This Starfleet officer worked as transporter chief in 2370 and acknowledged the order to beam the Cardassian Joret Dal directly into sickbay. (TNG: "Lower Decks")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter officer (alternate timeline) Edit

This transporter officer served aboard the Enterprise-D in an alternate timeline created by the Enterprise-C. He told Dr. Crusher and her patient, Captain Rachel Garrett, to "Stand by for transport." (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

This transporter officer was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter operator (2368) Edit

This male transporter operator acknowledged Commander Riker's orders while he locked on the signals of the away team from transporter room 3. (TNG: "I Borg")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter operator (late 2368) Edit

This male transporter operator acknowledged Lieutenant Worf's orders to beam the security chief back aboard the Enterprise-D from the surface of Devidia II. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter operator (2369) Edit

This male transporter operator from transporter room 4 informed sickbay about the incoming of the away team including the wounded Captain Picard. (TNG: "Tapestry")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actor.


Transporter operator (2370) Edit

This male transporter operator was ready to beam Beverly Crusher down to the surface of Caldos II in 2370 after she resigned her command. He acknowledged the order of Captain Picard to belay that order but beamed her later down. He was also on duty when Data and Geordi La Forge asked to beam the coffin of Felisa Howard up from underground and acknowledged the order. (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

This transporter operator was voiced by an unknown actor.


Civilians Edit

Alien musician Edit

Alien musician, 2369

An alien musician

This alien musician was playing the keyboard during a jazz concert in Ten Forward in 2369. Commander Riker played the trombone. (TNG: "Second Chances")

This alien musician was played by an unknown actor.


Art class model Edit

Art class model

A female model

This woman posed nude for an art class attended by Jean-Luc Picard, Lieutenant Wright and Ensign Williams in 2366. (TNG: "A Matter of Perspective")

This woman was played by real life art model Parker McPhinney.
It is unknown if she was actually a civilian or a member of Starfleet due to her lack of clothing.


Barber (2367) Edit

Barber, 2367

A barber

This barber was working in the barbershop aboard the Enterprise-D in 2367. He dyed the hair of an alien command division officer while Geordi La Forge got a hair cut by V'Sal. (TNG: "Data's Day")

The following year he gave a Vulcan a haircut at the barbershop while Mot handled Captain Picard's hair. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

This barber was played by background actor Matt Tufo who received no credit for his appearances.


Bass musician Edit

Bass-like instrument, 2369

A musician

A bass musician was part of a jazz band along with Commander Riker in 2369. (TNG: "Second Chances")

This musician was played by an unknown actress.
It is unknown if she was actually a civilian or a member of Starfleet due to her civilian clothing.


Beauty attendant Edit

Beauty attendant

A beauty attendant

This woman was working as a beauty attendant in the barber and beauty shop aboard the Enterprise-D in 2367 during a visit of Beverly Crusher and Deanna Troi. (TNG: "The Host")

This beauty attendant was played by recurring background actress and stand-in Vanessa Grayson who received no credit for her appearance.
Grayson filmed her scene on Friday 15 March 1991 on Paramount Stage 9.


Bolian barber Edit

Bolian barber

A Bolian barber on the Enterprise-D

Apart from Mot and V'Sal another Bolian hairdresser worked in the barbershop aboard the Enterprise-D. While Deanna Troi and Beverly Crusher were relaxing in the barbershop, he gave a haircut to a male crewmember of the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Host")

This Bolian was played by background actor Buddy Daniels Friedman who received no credit for his part.
Friedman shot his scene on 15 March 1991 on Paramount Stage 9 and was named "Blue Barber" on the call sheet for this day.


Bolian man Edit

Bolian leaving the turbolift

A Bolian on the Enterprise-D

A Bolian man exited a turbolift and passed by Deanna Troi and Samuel Clemens when she was showing him the ship in early 2369. Coming from the 19th century, Clemens assumed the Bolian to be some sort of indentured servant, though Troi explained to him that such oppression did not exist in the Federation, and that his presence aboard the ship was quite voluntary. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

This Bolian was played by background actor Leonard Jones who received no credit for this appearance.
He wore the same uniform as the other Bolians working as barbers on the Enterprise-D, so he might have been another member of the Bolian staff of barbers aboard the ship.
Jones' Bolian makeup was given a step-by-step outline in the Star Trek: The Next Generation Makeup FX Journal, p. 64.


Bolian woman Edit

Bolian woman in ten forward 2371

A Bolian woman in Ten Forward

A Bolian woman was present in Ten Forward in 2371, while the Enterprise tended to the Amargosa observatory. After Captain Picard entered, looking for Dr. Tolian Soran, the captain passed this Bolian woman having a conversation. (Star Trek Generations)

She was uncredited and played by Mary Meinel-Newport. This may actually be Lysia Arlin.


Boy in replicating center Edit

Boy in replicating center

A boy

This boy visited the ships replicating center with his parents, two science division officers, in 2367 and got a stuffed rabbit. (TNG: "Data's Day")

This boy was played by an unknown actor.


Boy in sickbay Edit

Boy in sickbay, 2368

A boy in sickbay

This boy was treated by a nurse in sickbay when Berlinghoff Rasmussen visited Doctor Crusher at work. (TNG: "A Matter of Time")

This boy was played by Reuel Kim who received no credit for his appearance.
Th call sheet for Thursday 3 October 1991 is listing him as "1 Minor Boy, scene 31".


Boy in Ten Forward Edit

Boy in Ten Forward

A boy

This boy was sitting at the bar in Ten Forward in 2366, had a cup of ice cream and was chatting with Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge. (TNG: "Sarek")

This boy was played by an unknown actor.
He is one of a handful of exceptions as children are usually not allowed to visit Ten Forward.


Children in arboretum Edit

These two children were playing with a ball in the arboretum in 2370 when Deanna Troi and the Cairn delegation visited the place. (TNG: "Dark Page")


Christy Henshaw's friend Edit

Christy Henshaw's friend

Christy's friend

This civilian woman was a friend of Christy Henshaw.

She shared a drink in Ten Forward with a man when the Picard doppelgänger started to sing with the crew. (TNG: "Allegiance")

She listened to Christy in late 2366 in Ten Forward while Geordi La Forge eyed them. (TNG: "Transfigurations")

This civilian woman was played by an unknown actress.


Civilian in Ten Forward Edit

Civilian in ten forward, 2368

A civilian man

This civilian had a drink in Ten Forward in early 2368 when the Enterprise-D hit a quantum filament and lost its power. (TNG: "Disaster")

The same year he visited Ten Forward again and had a conversation with an operations division officer while Berlinghoff Rasmussen was aboard. (TNG: "A Matter of Time")

This civilian was played by Michael Echols who received no credit for his appearances.


Clay students Edit

These six students and Eric Burton were the class of Mrs. Narsu which had a course in clay sculpting in 2370. The course was visited by Counselor Deanna Troi. (TNG: "Masks")


Concert attendee (2366) Edit

Concert attendee, 2366

A civilian man

This civilian attended the concert held for Ambassador Sarek aboard the Enterprise-D in late 2366. He was seated behind Counselor Troi. (TNG: "Sarek")

This civilian was played by an unknown actor.


Drummer Edit

Drummer, 2369

A drummer

A drummer was part of the jazz band that gave a concert in Ten Forward in 2369. Commander Riker was also part of the band playing the trombone. (TNG: "Second Chances")

This drummer was played by an unknown actor.


Female chess player Edit

Female chess player, 2365

A female civilian

This civilian woman participated in a game of three-dimensional chess with a fellow Starfleet officer in 2365. (TNG: "Pen Pals")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.


Female civilian in Ten Forward (2365) Edit

Female civilian in Ten Forward, 2365

A female civilian

This female civilian shared a drink with a male Starfleet officer in Ten Forward while Kyle Riker was aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Icarus Factor")

The same year she was watching a game of strategema between Commander Riker as Sirna Kolrami in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Peak Performance")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.


Female patient (2366) Edit

Female patient, 2366

A female patient

This civilian woman was treated in sickbay together with other crewmembers and Doctor Paul Stubbs following a series of shakes aboard the ship. (TNG: "Evolution")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.


Female teacher (2364) Edit

Female teacher, 2364

A teacher

This woman worked as teacher in the school aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364. She witnessed the disappearance of her students Rose, Harry Bernard, and Tara who were kidnapped by the Aldeans. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

This teacher was played by an unknown actress.


Female Ten Forward patrons (2366) Edit

These civilian women visited Ten Forward in 2366. (TNG: "Booby Trap", "The Offspring", "Sins of the Father", "Hollow Pursuits", "Transfigurations")

The second pictured woman previously appeared as a Tau Cygna V colonist in the third season episode "The Ensigns of Command".


Female Ten Forward patrons (2367) Edit

These civilian women visited Ten Forward in 2367. (TNG: "Future Imperfect", "First Contact", "Galaxy's Child", "Night Terrors", "Identity Crisis", "The Nth Degree", "Qpid", "Half a Life", "The Mind's Eye", "In Theory")


Fencing opponent (2365) Edit

Fencing opponent

A fencing opponent

This male civilian battled Captain Jean-Luc Picard in a fencing match in 2365. (TNG: "The Measure Of A Man", extended edition)

This civilian was played by stuntman Victor Paul.
The character did not appear in the original edition of the episode.


Field trip boys Edit

These six boys and their fathers went on a field trip with their teacher Miss Kyle in 2368. They visited the biolab aboard the ship including two Corvan gilvos. (TNG: "New Ground")

The call sheet is listing them as "6 sons". The last names of the actors are Chapman, Murphy, Holmes, Dickinson, Ricksecker, and O'Leary.


Field trip father Edit

Field trip father

A father

This civilian father accompanied his son to a field trip into the biolab aboard the Enterprise-D in 2368 led by the teacher Miss Kyle. (TNG: "New Ground")

This civilian father was played by an unknown actor.


Fighting couple in Ten Forward Edit

These two civilians were fighting in Ten Forward in 2366 and suffered from uncontrolled emotions projected by Ambassador Sarek. (TNG: "Sarek")


Frame of Mind attendant Edit

Male frame of mind attendant

A civilian attendant

This male civilian was in the audience of the play "Frame of Mind" in late 2369. (TNG: "Frame of Mind")

This civilian was played by an unknown actor.


French horn player Edit

French horn

A French horn player

This civilian was part of a woodwind quintet on the Enterprise-D in which he played the French horn. The quintet gave a concert in Ten Forward in 2367. (TNG: "In Theory")

The French horn player was played by musician Phil Mallory.
On the call sheet of Thursday 4 April 1991 he is listed as "sideline musician".


Garvey's company Edit

Garvey's company

Garvey's company

This civilian woman was living aboard the Enterprise-D in 2366.

She passed Wesley Crusher, Counselor Troi and Geordi La Forge in a corridor when the three prepared to visit Data in the laboratory. Later, she had a drink in Ten Forward when Data's daughter Lal observed the Human behavior. (TNG: "The Offspring")

She accompanied Crewman Garvey to a concert held for Ambassador Sarek. The two sat in the first row. (TNG: "Sarek")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.


Hostage girl and mother Edit

This young girl came out of a turbolift with her mother in 2364 and ran directly into the arm of the Klingon renegade Korris who picked her up. Up for arresting the Klingons security chief Natasha Yar reported a hostage situation to Captain Picard but Korris gave the child to Worf who gave her to her mother. The two left the scenario immediately. (TNG: "Heart of Glory")

The dress worn by the girl was previously worn by a school girl in the first season episode "When The Bough Breaks". [1]


Hostages Edit

These two civilians enjoyed a drink in Ten Forward when Chief O'Brien, Counselor Troi, and Data, all three possessed by the spirits of Ux-Mal terrorists, entered the bar and took all crewmembers and civilians as hostages. During the following shootout with Worf and two security officers was the first woman stunned by a phaser and the second one sat next to a table on which one of the security officers crashed. Later she was lying on the ground next to Diana Giddings and received medical attention when the terrorists allowed medical personnel to bring the wounded into the sickbay. (TNG: "Power Play")

The two civilian women were played by stunt performers. The second one was later replaced by a background actress who was listed as "Photo Double ND Stunt Crew" on the call sheet. The stunt scene of the first stuntwoman was an insert 2nd Unit shot which was filmed one month later than the rest of the episode. Both stuntwomen were misspelled on the call sheets, Baur as Carol Bauer and Hatem as Ace Haydon.


Human girl with teddy bearEdit

Girl With Teddy Bear

A young girl with a teddy bear on the Enterprise-D

A civilian child aboard the Enterprise-D. She was separated from her parents during the evacuation to the saucer module, and was taken by Commander La Forge and Lieutenant Farrell to safety. Her teddy bear fell and was lost during the chaos. (Star Trek Generations)

In the novelization of Star Trek Generations by J.M. Dillard, her name is Sarah.
This girl was played by Brittany Parkyn.


Human Ten Forward GuestEdit

Human woman in Ten Forward 2371

A Human woman in Ten Forward

This Human woman was present in Ten Forward in 2371, while the Enterprise tended to the Amargosa observatory. She left the bar when Captain Picard entered, but was seen in the establishment again, a little later. (Star Trek Generations)

The guest was uncredited and played by staff member Penny Juday.


Interrogation bystander Edit

Interrogation bystander

A civilian woman

This civilian woman was in the audience in the interrogation room when Norah Satie questioned Captain Picard's loyalty. (TNG: "The Drumhead")

The same year she talked to Patti in Ten Forward while Commander Riker served as host for the Trill symbiont Odan. (TNG: "The Host")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.


Kissing civilian Edit

Kissing civilian, 2366

A male civilian

This male civilian accompanied a female Starfleet officer to the bar Ten Forward in 2366. When the couple shared a kiss, the android Lal shouted at them because she thought he was biting the woman. The couple left Ten Forward a short time later. (TNG: "The Offspring")

This man was played by Hayne Bayle who was credited as "Ten Forward Crew" in the end credits of the episode.


Mason's parents Edit

These two Humans were the parents of Mason and lived with him aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364. In this year they've walked through a corridor with their son, when he disappeared. It was later revealed that he was kidnapped by the Aldeans who were not able to become children themselves. Mason's parents took part in a meeting in the observation lounge, led by Captain Picard and Dr. Crusher. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

It is unknown if both are civilians aboard the ship or Starfleet officers.


Medical aide Edit

Female civilian medical aide

A female civilian

This female civilian was among the people with a medical background aboard the Enterprise-D who assisted in treating the wounded colonists and personnel of the USS Denver in one of the ships cargo bays. (TNG: "Ethics")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.


Memorial service musicians Edit

These two musicians played at the memorial service held for Geordi La Forge and Ro Laren in Ten Forward in late 2368. (TNG: "The Next Phase")


Mother (2364) Edit

Mother, 2364

A mother

This woman was the mother of one of the abducted children, kidnapped by the Aldeans in 2364. She took part in a meeting in the observation lounge, led by Captain Picard and Dr. Crusher. Prior to this incident she passed Commander Riker and entered a turbolift shortly before Harry Bernard bumped into Riker. When the children returned onto the Enterprise-D she passed Harry and his father in a corridor. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

This mother was played by an unknown actress.
It is unknown if she is the mother of Tara, Katie, or Rose.


Parrises Squares player Edit

Female parrises squares player

A female player

This woman was part of the Parrises squares team aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364. Together with Tasha Yar, Worf, and a male officer she prepared to play a match against the team of Starbase 74. (TNG: "11001001")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.
It is unknown if she is a civilian or a Starfleet officer.


Primary school children (2365) Edit

These five children were in the primary school aboard the Enterprise-D when Ian Troi, the offspring of Counselor Deanna Troi, joined them. Supervised by their teacher Miss Gladstone they've played with toys and a litter of puppies. (TNG: "The Child")

The costume worn by the first pictured girl was later sold off on the web. [2]


Primary school children (2367) Edit

These children were in the primary school aboard the Enterprise-D in 2367 when Worf and K'Ehleyr brought Alexander into the school. The children were frightened of Alexander because of his behavior. (TNG: "Reunion")


Riker's dateEdit

Rikers date, 2369

Riker's date

This Human woman had a date with Commander Riker in Ten Forward in 2369.

Amanda Rogers, who had a crush on Riker, teleportated Riker and herself away from Ten Forward, because she won't let him have this date. (TNG: "True Q")

Riker's date was portrayed by marriage therapist Shannon Fox who received no credit for her appearance.


School children (2364) Edit

These seven children, four girls and two boys, witnessed the disappearance of Rose, Tara, and Harry Bernard from their class room in 2364. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

The dress worn by the girl sitting at the desk in the first picture was later reused by the little hostage girl in the first season episode "Heart of Glory". [3]


School children (2366) Edit

School children, 2366

Eight school children

These eight school children were in the class of Lieutenant Ballard in 2366. They laughed at Lal because she was different. (TNG: "The Offspring")

These children were played by unknown performers.


School children (2368) Edit

These six school children attended the class with Timothy in 2368 aboard the Enterprise-D. They've listened to the mythology story of the teacher and later sang "Row, Row, Row Your Boat". (TNG: "Hero Worship")

The children were played by performers with the last names Buchanan, Kanter, Kanter, Haeffmeier, Handy, and Rivera.
They filmed their scenes on Thursday 24 October 1991 on Paramount Stage 9.


School children (late 2368) Edit

Beside a Vulcan student and Alexander Rozhenko, these five Human children attended the clay sculpting class in late 2368 aboard the Enterprise-D. They witnessed how Alexander accused Clara Sutter in lying. (TNG: "Imaginary Friend")

These children were played by background performers with the last names Bjork, Bjork, Jacob, Myles, and Watts.
They filmed their scenes on Monday 2 March 1992 at the "Daycare Center" set on Paramount Stage 9.


School children (2369) Edit

These school children were held hostages in their classroom aboard the Enterprise-D in early 2369 when a group of renegade Ferengi took control of the Enterprise-D. They supported the young Jean-Luc Picard, Ro Laren, Keiko O'Brien, and Guinan in their plans to retake the control of the ship. (TNG: "Rascals")


Sleeping man Edit

Sleeping man, 2365

A sleeping man

This man was sleeping in his quarters aboard the Enterprise-D in 2365 when an alien energy lifeform came aboard the ship. The lifeform passed him and impregnated Counselor Deanna Troi. (TNG: "The Child")

This man was played by an unknown actor.
He might be a Starfleet officer but without his uniform it is unknown.


Teacher Edit

Teacher, 2368

A teacher

This teacher was aboard the Enterprise-D at the same time Timothy was after he had been rescued from the SS Vico. During the class, the teacher was reading a mythology story, but Timothy refused to pay attention and continued to work on sculpting. Even when the teacher admonished him, Timothy refused to listen. Later, the teacher sang with the children the song "Row, Row, Row Your Boat". (TNG: "Hero Worship")

The teacher was played by Steven Einspahr.


Ten Forward civilian (2367) Edit

Male ten forward civilian, 2367

A civilian

This civilian aboard the Enterprise-D visited Ten Forward in 2367 when several crewmembers and civilians gathered at this place. Due to the lack of REM sleep they started a brawl but were calmed down by Guinan. (TNG: "Night Terrors")

This civilian was played by Ampy Koran who received no credit for this appearance.


Ten Forward civilian (2369) Edit

Female ten forward civilian, 2369

A civilian

This civilian woman was a frequent visitor of the Ten Forward bar aboard the Enterprise-D in 2369.

She was present when Reginald Barclay experienced physical problems due to a transporter accident (TNG: "Realm of Fear") and was listening to Data's poetry reading. (TNG: "Schisms")

She was also in Ten Forward when the bar was visited by Professor James Moriarty (TNG: "Ship in a Bottle") and the Klingon Captain Nu'Daq (TNG: "The Chase") and when Deanna Troi had a conversation with Commander Riker. (TNG: "Frame of Mind")

This civilian woman was played by an unknown actress.


Ten Forward civilian (early 2370) Edit

Female ten forward civilian, early 2370

A civilian

This female civilian attended the concert of Data and Juliana O'Donnell in Ten Forward in early 2370. (TNG: "Inheritance")

She was also in Ten Forward when Commander Riker and Admiral Erik Pressman talked about their past and the USS Pegasus. (TNG: "The Pegasus")

This civilian woman was played by an unknown actress.


Ten Forward civilian (2370) Edit

Female ten forward civilian, 2370

A civilian

This female civilian passed the quarters of Data when Deanna Troi brought him a cake with his appearance. (TNG: "Phantasms")

She was talking to a female science officer in Ten Forward when Commander Riker and Admiral Erik Pressman shared a drink at the bar. (TNG: "The Pegasus")

Late in 2370, she attended the welcome party held for Ensign Ro Laren in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

This civilian was played by an unknown actress.


Ten Forward civilians (2370) Edit

These civilians were in Ten Forward when the Boralaan Vorin accidentally left the holodeck and came into the bar. (TNG: "Homeward")


Ten Forward patron (2369) Edit

Male ten forward patron, 2369

A male civilian

In an alternate future created by Q for Jean-Luc Picard, this male civilian visited Ten Forward and had a drink. (TNG: "Tapestry")

He attended the jazz concert in Ten Forward, performed by Commander Riker later that year. (TNG: "Second Chances")

In 2370, he attended the banquet in Ten Forward held for the Iyaaran ambassadors. (TNG: "Liaisons")

This male civilian was played by an unknown actor.


Ten Forward personnel Edit


Theater group member Edit

Theater group member

A female civilian

This civilian was part of Beverly Crusher's theater group in early 2369 when their text disappeared and was replaced by Data's poem Ode to Spot. (TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")

This woman was played by an unknown actress.


Vulcan boy (2364) Edit

Unnamed Vulcan boy, Encounter at Farpoint

A Vulcan boy

A Vulcan boy was evacuated from the stardrive section, together with a Vulcan science division officer and many others, when the saucer section was engaging Q. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

This Vulcan boy was portrayed by an unknown actor.


Vulcan viola player Edit

Vulcan violinist

A Vulcan viola player

A male Vulcan viola player was among the musicians at a recital in Ten Forward in 2366, in which Lieutenant Commander Data and Chief Miles O'Brien also took part. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Doctor Crusher were in the audience. (TNG: "The Ensigns of Command")

This Vulcan was played by an unknown actor.
It was not shown if he was an officer or a civilian, but he wore civilian clothing during the recital.


Vulcan at barbershop Edit

Vulcan at barbershop

A Vulcan patron

A Vulcan man was getting a haircut at Mot's barbershop while Captain Picard was getting a haircut by Mot himself in 2368. (TNG: "Ensign Ro")

This Vulcan was played by a background actor with the last name Byron.


Vulcan boy (2368) Edit

Vulcan boy, 2368

A Vulcan boy

A Vulcan boy was one of the children in the schoolroom working with clay in late 2368 when Clara Sutter joined the class. (TNG: "Imaginary Friend")

This Vulcan was played by a background actor with the last name Dickinson.
He filmed his scenes on Monday 2 March 1992 on Paramount Stage 9 and had a make up call time at 6:00 a.m.


Vulcan woman Edit

Vulcan in ten forward 2371

A Vulcan female in Ten Forward

A Vulcan woman was present in Ten Forward in 2371, while the Enterprise tended to the Amargosa observatory. After Captain Picard entered, looking for Dr. Tolian Soran, the captain passed her having a conversation. (Star Trek Generations)

Wesley's friend Edit

Wesley's friend

Wesley's buddy

This Human boy accompanied Wesley Crusher on a skiing trip to a holographic representation of the Denubian Alps in 2364. Like Wesley, he contracted a respiratory ailment caused by the Quazulu VIII virus and was treated by Doctor Crusher in sickbay. (TNG: "Angel One")

He was played by Chris Hall who received no credit for his appearance.
Hall filmed his scenes on Thursday, 12 November 1987 on Paramount Stage 9.
The actor's name is derived from the nametag on his costume which was sold off in the It's A Wrap! sale and auction. [4]


Wesley's friends Edit

Wesley's friends

Four of Wesley's friends

These teenagers were Wesley Crusher's friends. The three girls and the boy and Eric met Wesley and Annette in Ten Forward in early 2366 where they were eyed by Wesley's mother. (TNG: "Evolution")

The three girls and the boy were played by unknown performers.


Youngblood's flirt Edit

Youngblood's flirt

A woman in Ten Forward

This civilian woman in a red dress was sitting in Ten Forward and flirting with Ensigns Youngblood, Bennett, and Darien Wallace. Later, Youngblood went to her table and the couple flirted and shared a kiss, observed by Data's daughter Lal. (TNG: "The Offspring")

This woman was played by Maria Leone who was credited as "Ten Forward Crew" in the end credits of the episode.


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