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The following is a list of unnamed Ba'ku.

Artim's friend

A friend of Artim

This boy was a friend of Artim. He was playing with him and five other children in the haystacks and on the hills when they witnessed explosions and ran back to the village.

When the crew of the USS Enterprise-E searched for Artim they found the two boys sitting in a tree with the Rhyl. The two Ba'ku boys then guided the crew, Anij and Sojef to the place where they've played when they first saw explosions from the cloaked Data. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

This boy was played by featured actor Brian Scheu, who received no credit.


These five children were playing with Artim and his friend on the haystacks and the hills not far from the Ba'ku village when several explosions appeared. They were frightened and ran back into the village where the adult Ba'ku protected them and brought them into the houses. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

The five children were played by unknown performers who received no credit for their appearance.
One of the boys was played by Zachary Williams.

Gallatin's mother

Gallatin's mother

This female was the mother of Gallatin, one of the renegade Ba'ku who turned into the Son'a.

After Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew conquered Ru'afo and his plans to sacrifice the Ba'ku and their planet, Anij managed the first meeting since a long time between Gallatin and his mother. Doctor Beverly Crusher brought the two together and the Ba'ku woman embraced Gallatin. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Gallatin's mother was played by background actress April Dawn Minney who received no credit for her appearance.


These villagers lived in the village when the Son'a tried to relocate them by force to use the regenerative effect of the Ba'ku planet and its metaphasic radiation. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

The deleted scene 220

The Ba'ku were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances.
Some of the Ba'ku appeared in a deleted scene of this film. The making of this scene is featured in the special "Anatomy of a Stunt". Another deleted scene, scene 220 in the script, features Ba'ku camera test model McKenzie Westmore.
The costumes of Zorab Ovsepyan and Fabio Filotti were later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2]