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List of unnamed Humans from the 21st century.

Inhabitants of Bozeman, Montana

Grizzled Man

Grizzled Man

Grizzled Man.

In the mirror universe, when a Vulcan starship landed on Earth on April 5, 2063, Zefram Cochrane shot the first Vulcan that stepped onto the planet (see Vulcan captain, below). A grizzled man rallied the crowd that had gathered to observe the Vulcans' landing. After Zefram Cochrane shot the Vulcan captain, the Grizzled Man yelled at the crowd to board the Vulcan ship and to take everything they could. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly")

This character was referred to as 'Grizzled Man' in the episode's script and was played by Franc Ross.


Townsperson

Townsperson

A townsperson

This young woman was living in a settlement near Bozeman, Montana in 2063 when the crew of the Vulcan ship T'Plana-Hath landed there and made First Contact with Zefram Cochrane. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Played by Tamara Lee Krinsky. The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Kathleen Tonell.


Townsperson 2

Townsperson, Manny Perry

A townsperson

This man was living in a settlement near Bozeman, Montana in 2063. He was present when the Borg attacked the settlement. (Star Trek: First Contact)

He was played by stuntman Manny Perry.


Inhabitants of Detroit, Michigan

Blood Bank Supervisor

The blood bank supervisor was the boss of Loomis. She was responsible for paying donors their $20, after donating blood.

During his attempt to kidnap Lawrence Strode, Loomis told Strode that he had signed the wrong papers and that he had to sign the correct papers in front of the supervisor, whom he referred to as "the fat broad" that paid him. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

Prostitute #1

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This prostitute approached Loomis, a blood bank worker, whom the Xindi, had enlisted to provide humans with different blood types for a bioweapon after traveling back in time. She asked if he was looking for a date. He asked for her friend instead, and she told him that he didn't know what he was missing. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

Played by Erin Cummings.


Inhabitants of Portage Creek

See 20th century Humans.

Inhabitants of San Francisco, California

Bell Rioters

Bell Riots

Rioters

These rioters participated in an upheaval in the Sanctuary District A, on September 1st, 2024. The conditions surrounding the distribution of food rations sparked a riot that would result with the residents taking control of the district. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part II")

Bell Riot Hostages

Bell Riots hostages

Bashir calming the hostages

The Bell Riot hostages were held as a bargaining chips so the authorities would meet the demands of those in the Sanctuary District. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part II")

Two of the hostages were Lee, who was played by Tina Lifford, and Bernardo Calvera, who was played by Al Rodrigo. The other three were played by unknown actors.


Female Party Guest

Female party guest

The female guest

The female party guest was an associate of Chris Brynner. She and the male guest met Jadzia Dax at Brynner's party in 2024, where they had a brief conversation.

She said she was glad the United States of America didn't have to worry about the political turmoil facing Europe, and she seemed put off when Dax replied, "Don't count on it." (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

She was played by Patty Holley.


Ghosts

These Humans were inhabitants of the Sanctuary District A and called Ghosts because they did not accept the rules in the districts and rob and steal where ever they can. Some of them accompanied B.C. and guarded the hostages during the Bell Riots. Most of them were killed when a SWAT team rushed into the scenario. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I", "Past Tense, Part II")

Some of them were played by stunt performers, all others by background performers, who received no credit for their work.


Male Party Guest

Henry Hayashi

The male guest

The male party guest was an associate of Chris Brynner. He and the female guest met Jadzia Dax at Brynner's party in 2024, where they had a brief conversation. He had recently secured the rights for a new seafloor mining operation, although the Pan-Caribbean government was skeptical about the project at first. Unfortunately, he and his date had to cancel their trip to France due to the student protests there.

With regard to Sanctuary Districts, his attitude epitomized that of the period upper-class United States of America: "It's the only way to keep those... people... off the streets." (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

He was played by Henry Hayashi.


Sanctuary District guards

(DS9: "Past Tense, Part I", "Past Tense, Part II")

Two of the sanctuary district guards were played by background performers James Pearson and Cindy Bohling, whose costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]


Stairway Guard

Stairway guard

The Stairway Guard

The Stairway Guard was a human who lived in the San Francisco Sanctuary District in 2024. He refused to let Sisko and Bashir, who had been transported to this era due to a transporter malfunction, enter a building when they were seeking shelter for the night. He told them there was no room and they had to look some place else. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

He was played by Eric Stuart.


Bernardo and Sonya Calvera's children

Sonya Calvera

Two unnamed children

Bernardo Calvera kept a picture of his wife Sonya, and their two unnamed children. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

Post-atomic horror Humans

Bell ringer

Bell ringer

The bell ringer

The bell ringer was a character in the post-atomic era on earth. Martial law existed, and courts were nothing more than barbaric rituals. The bell ringer would announce the arrival of Q on his floating throne. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

The bell ringer was portrayed by featured actor Joe Gieb who received no credit for his appearance.


Drugged military officer

Drugged military officer

A military officer

The drugged military officer was an armed guard in Q's representation of a post-atomic court on Earth. He shot his machine gun at the feet of Picard and his crew who had been brought by Q to answer for the crime of humanity. Tasha Yar would disarm him and knock him down. Q declared him out of order, and as he was being executed, he sniffed drugs that were attached to his suit, so he could die happy. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

The drugged military officer was played by stunt actor Chuck Hicks.
His costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2]


Mandarin bailiff

Mandarin bailiff

The Mandarin bailiff

The Mandarin bailiff was a character in the post-atomic court that Q recreated and brought Picard and his crew to stand trial for the crimes of humanity. He order the prisoners to stand as he introduced Q. He read the charges, declaring Humans as a savage species. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

The mandarin bailiff was played by Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.


Soldiers

These soldiers were part of the post-atomic horror era and were present when Q transported Captain Picard, Deanna Troi, Data, and Tasha Yar to a World War III-style courtroom to stand trial for the crimes of humanity. They fired their weapons to control the crowd and later pulled their weapons on Troi and Data to let Captain Picard answer what Q wanted. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

All five soldiers were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The costumes of Marty Valinsky, John Johnson, and Roy Fussell were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3] [4]


Spectators

These Humans appeared in one of Q's creations as the audience and jury during his trial against Humanity. They've judged over Jean-Luc Picard, Data, Deanna Troi, and Natasha Yar in a World War III-style courtroom when Q called the Humans a grievously savage race. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

The spectators were all portrayed by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


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