Morn was a Lurian who was a frequent patron of Quark’s and his best customer. He was known to be highly talkative, and enjoyed a wide variety of alcoholic beverages. Morn owned a shipping business that specialized in the transport of various mundane cargos. (DS9: “Who Mourns for Morn?“)
Played by: Chase Masterson
Worf – son of Mogh, of the Klingon House of Martok, of the Human family Rozhenko; mate to K’Ehleyr, father to Alexander Rozhenko, and husband to Jadzia Dax; Starfleet officer and soldier of the Empire; bane of the House of Duras; slayer of Gowron; Federation ambassador to Qo’noS – was one of the most influential Klingons of the latter half of the 24th century.
Played by: Michael Dorn
4. Admiral William Ross:
William J. Ross was a senior Starfleet official in command of military operations during the Dominion War. He led the Allied forces during the Battle of Cardassia, and presided over the signing of the Treaty of Bajor, which ended the war.
Played by: Barry Jenner
Martok was a Klingon warrior who rose to the rank of general in the Klingon Defense Forces, and later became Chancellor of the Klingon High Council. His brilliant leadership during the Dominion War made him very popular both among other warriors and among the civilian population. As the leader of the House of Martok, he became a good friend of Worf while the two were stationed together on Deep Space 9.
Played by: J.G. Hertzler
6. Miles O’Brien:
Miles Edward O’Brien was a 24th century Human Starfleet non-commissioned officer who, following his service during the Federation-Cardassian War, served as transporter chief on board the USS Enterprise-D for several years before being promoted to Chief of Operations aboard starbase Deep Space 9. After the Dominion War, he accepted a teaching position at Starfleet Academy on Earth.
Played by: Colm Meaney
7. Michael Eddington:
- “I called him a traitor once, but in a way, he was the most loyal man I ever met. He was a Maquis, right up to the bitter end.”
Michael Eddington was a Starfleet security officer assigned to station Deep Space 9. Eddington became disillusioned with Starfleet and the Federation, and joined the Maquis. He was captured, but was killed during a special operation while serving his sentence.
Played by: Kenneth Marshall
8. Luther Sloan:
- “We deal with threats to the Federation that jeopardize its very survival. If you knew how many lives we’ve saved, I think you’d agree that the ends do justify the means.”
- - Luther Sloan to Julian Bashir
Luther Sloan was a 24th century Human operative of the clandestine intelligence agency Section 31. Although he and the rest of Section 31 claimed to operate independently of both the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet, performing actions most Federation citizens would abhor and otherwise consider morally questionable, he saw himself as doing what was necessary to protect their interests. In his eyes, to protect what the Federation had worked hard to build, the ends justified the means. So great was his dedication to protecting and preserving the Federation that he was willing to do almost anything, even cutting ties to his family and friends and violating the Prime Directive.
Played by: William Sadler
- “Brunt, FCA.”
- - Brunt’s customary introduction
Played by: Jeffrey Combs
10. Bareil Antos:
Bareil Antos was a prominent Bajoran spiritual leader during the years immediately after the Cardassian Occupation. He was the leading candidate to become the next kai after Opaka, but withdrew his candidacy shortly before the election took place, clearing the way for the elevation of Winn Adami to kai. He later played an important role in the negotiation of the first Bajoran-Cardassian Treaty, and died during the negotiations.
Played by: Philip Anglim
Ishka, daughter of Adred (nicknamed Moogie) was the mother of Quark and Rom, and became the wife of Grand Nagus Zek. She played a crucial role in initiating the reforms which took place in Ferengi society in 2375.
Played by: Andrea Martin (Once) & Cecily Adams
Mila was a Cardassian woman, the housekeeper of former Obsidian Order head Enabran Tain for over thirty years. Mila was Tain’s closest confidante, since even though she “wasn’t much of a cook”, she knew how to keep secrets. Mila was fond of Tain’s son, Elim Garak, whom she practically raised as her own child. Mila always firmly believed that Garak was innocent of Tain’s allegations of betrayal.
Played by: Julianna McCarthy
13. Mora Pol:
Played by: James Sloyan
14. Opaka Sulan:
Kai Opaka was the spiritual leader of Bajor in the latter days of the Cardassian Occupation and the early days of Bajor’s independence from Cardassian rule. One of the most respected figures in the Bajoran culture, Opaka was left in the Gamma Quadrant in 2369.
Played by: Camille Saviola
15. Shakaar Edon:
Shakaar Edon was a member of the Bajoran Resistance and leader of the eponymous Shakaar cell during the Cardassian Occupation. Kira Nerys was in his resistance cell, and he sent her on her first raid when she was age thirteen. After twenty-five years of fighting the Cardassian occupiers, the Occupation ended, and he became a farmer. Later he would become First Minister of Bajor.
Played by: Duncan Regehr
16. Enabran Tain:
Enabran Tain was the former head of the Obsidian Order and the father of Elim Garak. However, he never admitted this latter fact publicly, believing that his son was “a weakness [he couldn't] afford.”
Tain was the head of the Obsidian Order for twenty years, and the only head of the Obsidian Order to live long enough to retire. As the head of the Order, Tain trusted no one, with the exception of his housekeeper, Mila. He was known for ruthlessness, and many said that he lacked a heart. Tain was also Garak’s immediate superior, whom he trained and molded into a mirror image of himself. Nevertheless, Tain was directly responsible for exiling Garak after being betrayed by him in some way.
Played by: Paul Dooley
17. Tora Ziyal:
Played by: Cyia Batten, Tracy Middendort & Melanie Smith
18. Crewman Amaro:
Crewman Amaro was a security officer stationed onboard Deep Space 9 in 2373. He and Stolzoff had been classmates at Starfleet Academy. Amaro and several others volunteered for a salvage operation onboard Empok Nor. Unfortunately the station held two members of Cardassian First Order, Third Battalion, who had been given psychotropic drugs to enhance their natural xenophobia. The soldiers killed Stolzoff, Pechetti, and Boq’ta before they were killed. Amaro was killed by Elim Garak, whose mind had been affected by contact with the drugs. After returning to normal, Garak asked Miles O’Brien to express his regrets to Amaro’s wife. (DS9: “Empok Nor“)
Played by: Jeffrey King
19. Engineer Anara:
She assisted Chief Miles O’Brien in repairing the station systems and subsequently in dealing with a living software program from the Gamma Quadrant, nicknamed “Pup“, that had infiltrated the station computers. (DS9: “The Forsaken“)
Played by: Benita Andre
20. Crewman Boq’ta:
Crewman Boq’ta was a Bolian engineer stationed aboard Deep Space 9 in the 2370s. Crewman Pechetti, a fellow engineer, convinced him to volunteer for a salvage operation on Empok Nor in 2373, without informing him that the station would be booby-trapped.
Played by: Andy Milder
21. Zim Brott:
Zim Brott was a Bolian petty officer in Starfleet, who served on Deep Space 9 from 2370 to 2375. Brott has a wife and co-husband on Bolarus IX, as well as two children. His quarters on DS9 were located in section H43 of the habitat ring.
In 2375, Brott was the third Starfleet officer murdered by a Vulcan science officer named Chu’lak, who shot him through the heart using a TR-116 rifle. Like the previous victims, Brott had been targeted because there was a photograph of him laughing in his quarters. (DS9: “Field of Fire“)
Played by: Chris Kelly
Darok was a Klingon who served as on the IKS Rotarran in 2375. He was the elderly assistant of Martok. Martok often belittled Darok for being elderly instead of having died with honor. Darok befriended Kor despite his collapsing mental capacity because he reminded him of a Qo’noS that once was.
Played by: Neil C. Vipond
Played by: Hilary Shepard. She is the only female Benzite seen in Trek
Gowron, son of M’Rel, was Chancellor of the Klingon High Council in the late 24th century. He ruled during the Klingon Civil War, Klingon-Cardassian War, and the Dominion War. He was killed by Worf in 2375.
Played by: Robert O’Reilly
25. Li Nalas:
Li Nalas was a leader of one of Bajor‘s many resistance cells during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. A revered war hero, he was considered by many to be the greatest Bajoran resistance fighter ever.
Played by: Richard Beymer
Kurn was a Klingon warrior, the son of Mogh and Worf‘s younger brother. His true family name was kept secret until 2366, when Mogh was accused of being a traitor during the Khitomer Massacre. Kurn later supported Gowron during the Klingon Civil War, and afterwards gained a seat on the Klingon High Council. However, he fell from grace when Worf refused to support the Klingon invasion of Cardassia. To regain his honor, his memory was wiped and he assumed a new identity.
Played by: Tony Todd
27. Melora Pazlar:
Being from a species native to a low-gravity planet, it was extremely difficult for Melora Pazlar to function in “standard” gravity. As a result of this limitation, only a small number of her kind actually left the Elaysian homeworld to explore space.
Played by: Daphne Ashbrook
She was placed on Deep Space 9 as a cover for her assassination attempt of Vedek Bareil Antos, ostensibly to ensure the succession of Vedek Winn after the death of Kai Opaka. She planted a bomb in the station’s school to convince Bareil to visit the station and killed Ensign Aquino after he caught her planning her escape route.
Fortunately, Commander Benjamin Sisko and Chief Miles O’Brien managed to discover Neela’s intentions and stopped her before she could kill Bareil. Neela was taken into custody, but refused to implicate Winn. (DS9: “In the Hands of the Prophets“)
Played by: Robin Christopher
29. Enrique Muniz:
Enrique Muniz was a Starfleet crewman assigned to Deep Space 9 and the USS Defiant in the 2370s. He eventually became a good friend of Chief Miles O’Brien, whom Muniz called jefe, Spanish for “chief”. O’Brien affectionately called him ‘Quique’. In his youth, Muniz attended Carnivals with his father. He had the same birthday as Jake Sisko.
Played by: F.J Rio
T’Lor was a Tiburonian Starfleet science officer stationed on Deep Space 9 in the early 2370s. He was part of a team that visited the cormaline rich Torga IV to assess the possibilty of establishing a mining operation there. T’Lor was killed by a Jem’Hadar strike force after the Starfleet officers found a crashed Jem’Hadar ship. (DS9: “The Ship“)
Played by: Ken Lesco
31. Crewman Pechetti:
Crewman Pechetti was a engineer stationed on board Deep Space 9 ca. 2373. He and several others volunteered for a salvage operation on board Empok Nor. He was known as an amateur collector of alien insignia and a practical joker among his friends, who including his fellow engineer Boq’ta. He was later killed on the mission by a Cardassian Third Battalion soldier. (DS9: “Empok Nor“)
Played by: Tom Hodges
32. George Primmin:
Played by: James Lashly
33. Crewman Stolzoff:
Later that year, she volunteered for a salvage operation to Empok Nor during which she was killed by a soldier of the Cardassian First Order, Third Battalion who had accidently been awakened from cryogenic stasis.
Played by: Marjean Holden
34. Jennifer Sisko:
PLAYED BY: Felecia M. Bell
SPECIES: Human Female
Federation scientist who married Benjamin Sisko and had one child, Jake, before being killed in 2367 by the Borg. Her image was used in a vision projected to Ben by the Prophets in 2369.
35. Curzon Dax:
PLAYED BY: Frank Owen Smith
SPECIES: Trill Male
Curzon Dax was a joined Trill, the seventh host of the Dax symbiont from 2285 to 2367. Curzon was a friend and mentor to Benjamin Sisko for nearly twenty years. Sisko affectionately dubbed him “old man” and continued to use the name for Jadzia.
36. Hunter # 1:
PLAYED BY: Gerrit Graham
In 2369, Hunter #1 led a group of Hunters into the Alpha Quadrant via the Bajoran wormhole, in pursuit of a Tosk.
PLAYED BY: Scott MacDonald
SPECIES: Bajoran Male
The Tosk are a race of reptilian-humanoids from the Gamma Quadrant. They are bred and trained to become the quarry in a ritual hunt for another race, known as the Hunters.
PLAYED BY: Tiny Ron
SPECIES: Hupyrian Male
Maihar’du was the Hupyrian servant of Grand Nagus Zek. He often provided Zek with his favorite drug, Hupyrian beetle snuff.
39. Aamin Marritza:
PLAYED BY: Harris Yulin
SPECIES: Cardassian Male
Aamin Marritza was the head file clerk at the infamous Gallitep labor camp on Bajor under Gul Darhe’el. While at Gallitep, Darhe’el praised Marritza’s work as a “masterpiece of meticulous exactitude,” but Marritza took no pride in his commander’s praise; indeed, Marritza was so overcome with grief upon hearing the screaming and begging for mercy by the Bajorans at the camp that he would often hide under his desk, covering his ears and weeping. He served at the camp until its liberation in 2357.
Zyree was a female of the Dosi species. Zyree was involved in commodities trading, of products like tulaberry wine, in 2370. She discussed with Quark an offer to buy 100,000 vats of the wine from her associate Inglatu, but cautioned him that the only traders with that amount were affiliated with the Dominion, a dangerous power the Ferengi had never encountered. (DS9: “Rules of Acquisition“)
Played by: Emilia Crow
Yelgrun was a Vorta overseer in the service of the Dominion in 2374. He was sent to negotiate with a group of Ferengi for the safe return of Ishka, the paramour of Grand Nagus Zek, in exchange for Keevan, a Vorta who had been captured by Starfleet several months earlier. Though outwardly affable, Yelgrun was also casually threatening when things didn’t go his way.
Played by: Iggy Pop
42. Senator Vreenak:
Senator Vreenak was a key member of the Romulan Senate from 2360 to 2374. He was also the vice-chairman of the Tal Shiar, secretary of the War Plans Council, and one of Proconsul Neral‘s most trusted advisers. Vreenak is perhaps most well-known for negotiating the non-aggression pact between the Romulan Star Empire and the Dominion in late 2373. One of the most ardently pro-Dominion senators, Vreenak had very little faith in the Federation-Klingon alliance‘s chances against the Dominion.
Played by: Stephen McHattie
Played by: Raymond Cruz
Ikat’ika was the Jem’Hadar First of Dominion Internment Camp 371, serving under the Vorta Deyos. Ikat’ika oversaw the personal combat between the Jem’Hadar soldiers and the prisoners, held to educate Dominion troops on their enemies’ tactics. He was responsible for maiming General Martok‘s eye in one of the fights.
Played by: James Horan. He was the only Jem’Hadar character to appear in more than one episode.
45. Lenara Kahn:
Lenara Kahn was a joined Trill scientist (with the Kahn symbiont) at the Trill Science Ministry. In 2372, she and her colleagues, Hanor Pren and her brother Bejal Otner, visited Deep Space 9 to conduct field tests on a technique to create artificial wormholes.
Played by: Susanna Thompson
46. Natima Lang:
In 2363 she was working as a correspondent with the Cardassian Information Service on Terok Nor. During her stay, she became romantically involved with Quark, owner of Quark’s, the station’s gambling establishment. She ended the relationship when he used her access codes to steal money from the Cardassian government. However, she still harbored feelings for him as late as 2370. She also showed sympathy to the Bajoran inhabitants of the station.
Played by: Mary Crosby
Omet’iklan was a Jem’Hadar First in service of the Dominion. In 2372, Omet’iklan commanded a unit under the Vorta Weyoun, whose attack ship was set upon by a group of rogue Jem’Hadar who had seized an Iconian gateway on Vandros IV. Omet’iklan and five of his surviving men were transported aboard the USS Defiant before their ship exploded.
Played by:Clarence Williams III
48. Thot Pran:
Thot Pran was the Breen military commander who led the forces of the Breen Confederacy under the Dominion in 2375, succeeding Thot Gor after the Second Battle of Chin’toka. He was responsible for overseeing the installation of energy dampening weapons onto Dominion warships. (DS9: “Tacking Into the Wind“)
Played by: Max Omega
49. Thot Gor:
Thot Gor was the representative of the Breen Confederacy to the Dominion in 2375. As the Dominion War grew to a stalemate in mid-2375, Gor was secretly approached by the Female Changeling for an alliance between the two powers. Seeing an opportunity for conquest, Gor traveled to the Cardassian Union to sign the treaty of alliance. En route, his ship captured Lieutenant Commander Worf and Lieutenant Ezri Dax, who had been stranded on a planet in the Goralis system. (DS9: “Penumbra“)
Played by: Todd Slayton
Posing as a male, Pel worked at Quark’s on Deep Space 9 in 2370. She advised Quark to stock Gramilian sand peas as a bar snack to increase profits. She later assisted Quark in trade meetings with the Dosi to purchase Tulaberry wine. Her advice was instrumental in obtaining an extended contact with the Dosi. However, she would end up falling in love with Quark, to the point where she kissed Quark on their mission to the Dosi homeworld.
Played by: Hélène Udy
Remata’Klan was a Jem’Hadar soldier during the Dominion War. In 2374, he served as Third under the Vorta Keevan. Their ship crashed on a planet inside a dark-matter nebula. Although both the First and Second were killed, Remata’Klan remained Third since he had previously questioned Keevan’s orders to enter the nebula. Two days later, another Jem’Hadar attack ship crashed on the planet, carrying Captain Benjamin Sisko and his team. Keevan sent Remata’Klan to bring Sisko and Bashir to him after Garak and Nog were captured.
Played by: Phil Morris
Rusot served on Terok Nor when it was under Cardassian-Dominion control. Frustrated with the Dominion’s occupation of Cardassia Prime, he joined Damar in planning the Cardassian Rebellion‘s initial attack on Rondac III, the Dominion’s primary cloning facility. (DS9: “The Changing Face of Evil“)
Played by: John Vickery
Broca was a Cardassian military officer serving in the 2370s. Following the defection of Damar, and the foundation of the Cardassian Resistance in 2375, Weyoun chose Broca as the new puppet leader of the Cardassian Union, promoting him from gul to legate. (DS9: “The Dogs of War“)
Played by: Mel Johnson Jr.
He was known for wearing the ketracel-white tubes of Jem’Hadar he killed as a necklace. He also possessed a Jem’Hadar knife, which he presumably took from a dead Jem’Hadar. Reese survived the final Jem’Hadar attack and left the planet on the USS Defiant. (DS9: “The Siege of AR-558“)
Played by: Patrick Kilpatrick
Determined Starfleet officer who survived for five months on the Federation base AR-558 while under siege by the Jem’Hadar. As a sign of defiance, Reese wore a string of ketracel white tubes around his neck.
55. Crewman Kellin:
Crewman Kellin was a Human member of Starfleet in the 24th century. In 2375, during the Dominion War, he was assigned to AR-558, a planet that the Federation Alliance had captured from the Dominion. His commanding officers were Captain Loomis and Commander Parker. Fellow members of his unit included Reese, Vargas and Nadia Larkin.
Eight months later, the majority of the original members assigned to protect the planet’s communication array were dead, including Loomis and Parker. Larkin now commanded the troops. Kellin was killed in the final Jem’Hadar attack against AR-558 before the arrival of reinforcements and relief from the USS Veracruz. (DS9: “The Siege of AR-558“)
Played by: Bill Mummy
Onaya was a non-corporeal being that could assume corporeal form. It both increased exponentially and fed off the creative energy generated by the stimulated brain of another being. Onaya visited Deep Space 9 in 2372 and fed off the creative energies of Jake Sisko as he was working on his first novel, Anslem. Jake’s life was saved when his father, Benjamin, intervened. Onaya, however, was able to escape from the station, vanishing into the unknown. (DS9: “The Muse“)
Played by: Meg Foster
57. Benny Russell:
Benny was an African-American science fiction writer and ex-naval serviceman living in 1950s New York City who wrote in the Incredible Tales magazine. The editor, Douglas Pabst, and the owner of the magazine were reluctant to reveal that Russell was African-American, at a time when racism was prevalent in the United States of America. His greatest work chronicled the adventures of a black captain who commands a space station, a work which was based on a drawing by Roy Ritterhouse.
Played by: Avery Brooks
In 2375, Solbor accompanied the Kai to Deep Space 9, as she had taken it upon herself to officiate at Benjamin Sisko and Kasidy Yates‘ wedding. While they were there, Gul Dukat, disguised as Bajoran farmer Anjohl Tennan, tricked Solbor into letting him see the Kai. Dukat visited the Kai again, once during the night, as part of his scheme to release the Pah-wraiths. Solbor was irked at Anjohl’s presence. (DS9: “‘Til Death Do Us Part“)
Played by: James Otis
Gaila was a Ferengi arms dealer who was successful enough to buy his own moon. Odo noted that he knew Gaila to be a more devious Ferengi than Quark, his cousin. (DS9: “Civil Defense“, “The Way of the Warrior“)
In 2372, during a discussion between Quark and Garak over Quark’s surplus of kanar in storage due to the lack of Cardassian customers, Quark regrettably remarks that he should have listened to his cousin Gaila in entering the arms market with him. In retrospect, Quark admits that no one ever went broke selling weapons, but nonetheless didn’t listen to Gaila’s advice because he was a “people person”; that he enjoyed interacting with his customers as opposed to the impersonal nature of arms customers. (DS9: “The Way of the Warrior“)
Played by: Josh Pais
Eris was a Vorta operative in service of the Dominion. She was involved in an attempt to infiltrate the Federation in late 2370. She is the only Vorta known to apparently possess telekinetic abilities. She claimed she was from Kurill Prime.
Played by: Molly Hagan
After Kozak died in Quark’s in early 2371, Quark took credit for killing her husband, even though Kozak actually fell onto his own knife. She forced Quark to marry her so she could retain control of her house. Despite Grilka’s aversion to matters of finance, she allowed Quark to inspect her family ledgers where he discovered that D’Ghor, Kozak’s “brother”, had been systematically attacking the House of Kozak for five years in order to weaken it.
Played by: Mary Kay Adams
62. Jake Sisko:
Jake Sisko was the son of the famous Starfleet Captain Benjamin Sisko and Jennifer Sisko. He chose not to join Starfleet, instead becoming a writer. He made many friends on Deep Space 9, but his closest was Nog.
Played by: Cirroc Lofton
63. Vic Fontaine:
Vic Fontaine was a 24th century Human hologram on Deep Space 9 created as part of a program simulating 1962 Las Vegas on Earth. He was a singer and entertainer who ran Vic’s Las Vegas Lounge. His holoprogram, along with his charming personality, quickly became a favorite among the DS9 crew and were frequently accessed.
Played by: James Darren
64. Kasidy Yates:
Kasidy Danielle Yates-Sisko was a freighter captain and wife of Starfleet Captain Benjamin Sisko. Yates commanded the Xhosa on freight runs, initially as an independent transporter, but later for the Bajoran Ministry of Commerce. Her primary missions were to export cargo from Bajor to its colonies.
Played by: Penny Johnson
65. Keiko O’Brien:
Keiko O’Brien was portrayed by Rosalind Chao.