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 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 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")
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")
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 was promoted to an ensign and served in the security department aboard the Enterprise-D in 2370 where he guarded the BoraalanVorin in sickbay and later in the guest quarters. (TNG: "Homeward")
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 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")
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")
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.
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")
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")
This security officer was heared 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")
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")
A female and a male Starfleet oficer 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")
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")
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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.
This Starfleet officer operated the transporter console in 2365 when the Enterprise-D followed a distress call from the PakledtransportMondor. He was ordered to beam LieutenantGeordi 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 chiefNatasha 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 immediatly. (TNG: "Heart of Glory")
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-Malterrorists, 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.
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)
This male civilian accompanied a female Starfleet officer to the bar Ten Forward in 2366. When the couple shared a kiss, the androidLal 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.
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.
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")
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")
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")
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 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")