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The following is a list of unnamed Bolians.

Ajilon Prime orderly


A Bolian member of the New Essentialists Movement

This man was an aide to Pascal Fullerton, Chairman of the New Essentialists Movement. (DS9: "Let He Who Is Without Sin...")

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This aide was played by actor Frank Kopyc.
In the Star Trek Online novel The Needs of the Many, the character is given the name Kopyc K'narf after the actor who played the character. (β)


This ambassador narrowly missed being knocked over by K'retok after General Martok threw him off a crossway in Deep Space 9. The event shook her badly. Though Odo wished to use this incident as an example of Martok's wreaking havoc on the station, Worf reminded him that he had missed her, after all. (DS9: "Ferengi Love Songs")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


A Bolian archaeologist

This archaeologist was participating in the symposium of the Federation Archaeology Council held aboard the USS Enterprise-D in 2367. He witnessed the disappearance of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his senior staff. (TNG: "Qpid")

This Archaeologist was played by background actor Buddy Daniels Friedman who received no credit for this part.
Friedman filmed his scenes on 8 February 1991 on Paramount Stage 8 and was listed as "Blue Alien" on the call sheet.
His suit was previously worn by actor Mark Margolis as Nel Apgar in the episode "A Matter of Perspective" and was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Arlin's cousin

This individual was the cousin of Lysia Arlin. According to Arlin, they were interested in a career in law enforcement.

In 2370, Arlin visited Deep Space 9's security office several times, claiming it was on behalf of her cousin. When Jadzia Dax commented on Arlin's visits to Odo, he explained the reason she gave. Dax didn't believe a word of it and felt it was an excuse for a lovesick Arlin to see him. (DS9: "Shadowplay")

This cousin was only mentioned in dialogue.

Conference attendee

A Bolian official

A female official attended the Trade Agreements Conference on Betazed in 2366 and also the banquet in Ten Forward aboard the USS Enterprise-D. She had a talk with Lieutenant Jones. (TNG: "Ménage à Troi")

This official was played by an unknown actress, who wore one of Anne Jameson's dresses from the episode "Too Short a Season".
Having hair appears to be rather unusual for Bolians, however, this individual appears to be yet another exception. She was the second to appear with hair.

Civilian in San Francisco

A Bolian in San Francisco

A female civilian wearing a pink dress with a vest walked by Harry Kim when he left his apartment in San Francisco in 2372 of an alternate timeline. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")

This female civilian was played by recurring background actress Mary Meinel-Newport.
She filmed her scenes on Tuesday 25 July 1995 and Wednesday 26 July 1995 on location at the New York Street lot and is listed as "Bolean Pedestrian" on the call sheets.

Civilians on Risa

Two Bolian civilians playing chess on Risa

These two civilians were playing chess on Risa when Worf, Dax, Quark, Bashir, and Leeta beamed down to the surface.

The were later present in the solarium during the Essentialists conducted their "raid" there. (DS9: "Let He Who Is Without Sin...")

These civilians were played by unknown performers.

Couple courting

Two Bolians courting

This couple was shown courting by The Doctor in a slideshow. (VOY: "Someone to Watch Over Me")

The female was played by uncredited background actress Lisa Vanasco; the male was portrayed by an unknown actor.
They were identified in the script with the description of "two Bolians, male and female, standing against a neutral backdrop, inclining their bald heads toward each other until their foreheads touch."

Deep Space 9 personnel

Man with toupee

A Bolian wearing a toupée

While doing character sketches for future stories, Jake Sisko observed this short man leaving a transport, walking arm-in-arm with a dabo girl. Jake speculated that he was wearing a toupée in an attempt to impress the girl. (DS9: "The Muse")

This individual was played by an unknown actor.
He was described in the script as "a short, blue BOLIAN walks arm-and-arm with a leggy Bajoran DABO GIRL; he's wearing fancy clothes and, oddly, he has hair."


This individual was assimilated by the Borg at some point in the 24th century.

In 2375, their personality was among those that Seven of Nine manifested while under the influence of a malfunctioning vinculum. Kathryn Janeway swapped jokes with this individual. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This manicurist was only mentioned in dialogue.

Muk's acquaintance

This female was known by Muk. In 2151, he offered to introduce her to Krem in an effort to curry favor with him. (ENT: "Acquisition")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Patron at Sisko's Creole Kitchen

A Bolian customer

This female patron visited Sisko's Creole Kitchen in New Orleans on Earth in 2372 when Captain Benjamin Sisko and his son Jake visited the establishment. (DS9: "Homefront")

This female patron was played by recurring background actress Mary Meinel-Newport who received no credit for her appearance.

Starfleet Academy personnel

USS Enterprise-D personnel

USS Enterprise-E personnel

USS Saratoga personnel

Volan III Maquis


A Bolian waiter

In an alternate 2404, this waiter served at the 10th anniversary reunion party of the homecoming of the USS Voyager, held at Admiral Kathryn Janeway's apartment in San Francisco on Earth. (VOY: "Endgame")

This waiter was played by background actor Trey King, who received no credit for this appearance.

Wedding guest

A Bolian wedding guest

This individual was a guest at the wedding of Deanna Troi and William T. Riker in 2379. (Star Trek Nemesis)

This wedding guest was played by an unknown performer.

Zim Brott's family


This wife and co-husband of Brott lived on Bolarus IX. Ezri Dax learned this from Jadzia. (DS9: "Field of Fire")

These individuals were only mentioned in dialogue.

Two children

Zim Brott and his children

These children were the offspring of Zim Brott, and were shown in a photograph in his quarters. They included one son and one daughter. (DS9: "Field of Fire")

Both children were portrayed by unknown performers.
Star Trek Online gives his daughter's name as Danna Brott.