The following is a list of unnamed Angosians.

Danar's first instructor

According to Roga Danar, he met his first instructor the day he began training after joining the military. This instructor called himself a councilor.

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
This instructor was likely based at Wenruiz Indoctrination Center, as that was where Roga Danar began his service.

Danar's mother

When speaking with Deanna Troi, Roga Danar suggested his mother having abandoned him when he was a little boy as being the reason for his criminal actions and general animosity towards her, having therefore never received the proper motherly guidance during his formative years.(TNG: "The Hunted")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
While it is likely true that Danar had a mother, in his reference of her, he was apparently being facetious with Troi, and the details about their relationship may or may not be true.

Police officer

An Angosian police officer

This police officer accompanied Wagnor, to return Roga Danar to the penal colony at Lunar V, on the Angosian police shuttle. He was taken hostage by Danar, who managed to escape the Enterprise-D security and took over the transport. (TNG: "The Hunted")

This Angosian was played by an unknown actor. His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]
It is unknown what happened with this officer and Wagnor after Danar delivered the other soldiers.

Prison guards

These guards were assigned to the penal colony on Lunar V.

In 2366, two or three guards were killed during Roga Danar's attempted escape from the Lunar V penal colony. Their deaths were later reported to Prime Minister Nayrok.

These guards were only mentioned in dialogue.
There is a dispute on the number of guards killed. Prime Minister Nayrok received a report stating two guards had been killed, yet, according to Roga Danar, he had killed three guards in his escape from the colony.

Later, Danar attacked the colony, resulting in several of the guards being wounded. (TNG: "The Hunted")

These guards were only mentioned in dialogue.

Prison psychologist

The prison psychologist was an individual assigned to the penal colony on Lunar V. This individual recommended that, until he was transported to an Angosian transport for the return journey to the colony, Roga Danar should be fully sedated by the medical staff of the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Hunted")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


These prisoners were the permanent residents of the penal colony on Lunar V.

After the attack on the colony by Danar, hundreds of these prisoners rioted. Some of them joined Danar in his assault on the Angosian Senate. (TNG: "The Hunted")

These prisoners were only mentioned in dialogue.
For those who escaped the colony and allied with Danar, see Soldiers.


Ten senators were present when the Enterprise-D visited Angosia III in 2366. Together with Prime Minister Nayrok and Zayner they formed the Angosian Senate in the capital city. When the former Angosian soldier Roga Danar escaped and delivered the other soldiers from the penal colony at Lunar V, the senators armed themselves against an attack of the soldiers. They were overwhelmed by them and had to choose the decision for the future. (TNG: "The Hunted")

Seven of the senators were played by unknown actors, the three others were played by background actors, who were identified by the name tags of their costumes, which were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2] Neither one received credit for his appearance.
In the episode only ten senators were seen, it is unknown if there were only ten or more.


Seven genetically-enhanced soldiers were delivered by Roga Danar from the penal colony on Lunar V in 2366. They were previously imprisoned there after they served for the Angosians in the Tarsian War. Together they menaced the Angosian senators, when these armed themselves against an attack. The soldiers wanted to reintegrate into the Angosian society and couldn't shoot at the senators because of their programming. (TNG: "The Hunted")

These soldiers were played by background actors who received no credit for their appearance.
Three costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3]
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