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A list of unnamed Humans from the 22nd century.

Unnamed Humans who belong to the United Earth Starfleet can be located at Unnamed Starfleet personnel (22nd century).

Bar patron

A xenophobic bar patron

This hostile and xenophobic individual was the patron of a bar also visited by the Denobulan Doctor Phlox in 2154. The man harassed Phlox and strongly urged him to leave the establishment. When Phlox's Enterprise NX-01 crewmates Malcolm Reed and Travis Mayweather came to their friend's defense, the man berated the officers, blaming Starfleet's space exploration for attracting non-Humans to Earth. A brawl ensued between the Enterprise officers and several other bar patrons and was only defused when Phlox expanded his face in an instinctive defensive posture. (ENT: "Home")

Commander Collins suggested this individual may have been involved when Phlox was abducted from Earth later that year, though it was ultimately found to be the work of Rigelians working for the Klingons. (ENT: "Affliction")

The bar patron was played by Joe Chrest.

Bar patrons

These Humans visited a bar on Earth in 2154 that was also visited by Dr. Phlox. They were present when another bar patron harassed Phlox. Some were involved in the brawl, and the other watched this fight and were frightened when Phlox puffed up his face. (ENT: "Home")

These bar patrons were played by background performers and stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Civilian ceremony attendees

These civilians attended the Federation Founding Ceremony in 2161 on Earth and listened to Captain Jonathan Archer's speech. (ENT: "These Are the Voyages...")

All civilians were played by production staff members, background regulars, and stand-ins, who received no credit for their cameo appearances.
The suit worn by Dave Rossi was previously worn by Redondo Philip in the I AM ERROR episode "Someone to Watch Over Me" and was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Cole's Human family

Amanda Cole's family moved north of her hometown a few years prior to 2153, sparing her from losing any of them in the Xindi incident. (ENT: "Harbinger")

This family was only mentioned in dialogue.

Earth embassy officials

Nine Human officials visited the United Earth Embassy on Vulcan in 2154. They checked through the foyer security point operated by Corporal Askwith. Moments later, a bomb exploded in the embassy and caused the death of thirty-one Humans. (ENT: "The Forge")

Seven officials were played by background performers and two by stuntmen who received no credit for their appearance.
It is unclear if they are among the people who died during the bombing.

Enterprise launch guests

These twenty-nine Humans were guests during the launch of Enterprise NX-01 on April 12 2151. They listened to the speech of Admiral Maxwell Forrest and the recorded speech of Zeframe Cochrane, had drinks, and applauded for the new crew headed by Captain Jonathan Archer. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

All civilian guests were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
They filmed their scenes on 5 June 2001 on Paramount Stage 18.

Hernandez's family


In 2154, Erika Hernandez's brother called her to inform her that her old high school had been re-named after Jonathan Archer. (ENT: "Home")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Erika's father wanted her to be an explorer, something she recalled wistfully to Archer, saying she saw her three-year-prior self in the captain. (ENT: "Home")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Fusion patrons

These three Humans visited the Fusion night club on Earth in 2151. One year later, T'Pol remembered a visit to this club during a Vulcan mind meld with Tolaris. (ENT: "Fusion")

All three patrons were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
They filmed these scenes on 14 December 2001 on Paramount Stage 8.


This professor got into an argument with John Frederick Paxton in which they opined that Colonel Phillip Green was a genocidal madman. Upon hearing Paxton recount this in 2155, Daniel Greaves guessed that they both had had the same professor. (ENT: "Demons")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
It is possible that they were in fact thinking of different people.

IME receptionist

A receptionist

The Interspecies Medical Exchange receptionist was on the other end of the line when Jonathan Archer, who was transported back ten months in the past by Daniels, tried to contact Starfleet. He asked her if there was a Doctor Phlox there, and she replied yes, and asked if he wanted her to contact him. He said no. (ENT: "Shockwave")

The receptionist was played by Stephanie Erb.

Linguistic students

These twenty linguistic students and Carlos were taught an alien language by Hoshi Sato at a university in Brazil on Earth in 2151 when Captain Jonathan Archer visited Sato to tell her about the advanced departure of Enterprise. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

All students were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
They filmed their scene on 19 June 2001 on location in Malibu.

Mayweather's family




Travis Mayweather's uncle was the source of a ghost story once told by Mayweather. The story recounted a man named George Webb, who was supposedly a personal friend of the uncle's. (ENT: "Strange New World")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

News reporters


Four reporters

Four reporters along with Gannet Brooks covered Nathan Samuels address to the diplomats at an early meeting to draft a charter for the Coalition of Planets in 2154.(ENT: "Demons")

The reporters were played by unknown performers.

O'Malley's friends

Three woman appearing on a picture in O'Malley's quarters

These two people appeared on a picture in Patricia F. O'Malley's quarters, along with Patricia herself. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

Reed's aunts

These two women were unmarried aunts of Malcolm Reed. In 2151, they were unable to tell Hoshi Sato what his favorite foods were. (ENT: "Silent Enemy")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
His aunt Sherry may be one of these aunts.

Samuels' father

Nathan Samuels' father died in a freighter accident while a Denobulan was piloting it. Samuels' blaming of the pilot led him to join Terra Prime, an action he later regretted. (ENT: "Demons")

This man was only mentioned in dialogue.

Sato's family


This grandmother of Hoshi Sato held on to a special Japanese recipe for oden that was shared with the young Sato. It was reportedly one of this grandmother's specialties that had been passed down for generations. (ENT: "Singularity")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


This woman was the mother of Hoshi Sato.

In Sato's 2152 imagining of her supposed death in a transporter accident, her mother wasn't home when the time came to inform her family that she'd died. Her father told Jonathan Archer that he needed time to break the news to her mother. (ENT: "Vanishing Point")

She had always wanted Hoshi to take piano lessons. In 2154, struggling to understand a language, Sato commented that she wished she'd listened to her. (ENT: "Damage")

In deleted scenes from "The Expanse", Sato tells Archer she's sending books and clothing home to her mother.


Sato's siblings mentioned in her file

These two siblings, one older, one younger than Sato, were mentioned in her personnel file as of 2155. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II")


A female senator

This female senator was one of the official guests of the first flight of the NX-Alpha at the NX-Control in 2143. (ENT: "First Flight")

This senator was played by USS Enterprise CVN-65 sailor of the year Kathleen J. Grant in a cameo appearance.

Senator's aide

The senator's aide

This aide of a female senator was among the official guests at the NX-Control during the first flight of the NX-Alpha in 2143. (ENT: "First Flight")

This aide was played by USS Enterprise CVN-65 sailor of the year Thomas P. Hunt in a cameo appearance.

Soong's mother

The mother of Arik Soong was a former chemist.

When Doctor Jeremy Lucas referred to Soong as an SOB, Soong revealed her occupation. (ENT: "Cold Station 12")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Tucker's family


This grandma of Tucker's was known for doling out at least one piece of advice to her grandson during his lifetime.

When T'Pol criticized Humans for still eating animal flesh, Tucker piped up and told her that "Grandma taught me never to judge a species by their eating habits." (ENT: "Broken Bow")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
It is not clear if she was the wife of Charles Tucker I or not.


This woman was the mother of Trip and Elizabeth Tucker and the wife of Charles Tucker II

When Trip was seven, she bought him a copy of Emory Erickson: Father of the Transporter and read it to him every night for a month at his request. (ENT: "Daedalus")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
In a deleted scene from ENT: "A Night in Sickbay", she encouraged Trip to apologize even though he hadn't stolen his teacher's pencil, as the teacher claimed.


Trip spent weeks practicing the two-step with his brother to prepare for the school dance at Bayshore Elementary so he could impress Melissa Lyles. (ENT: "Fusion")

The novel The Good That Men Do gives his name as Albert Tucker (β). He is gay and has a husband and an adopted son.


Trip Tucker's nephew was a member of Miss Malvin's fourth grade class at Worley Elementary School in Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland on Earth.

In 2151, he and the other students sent their drawings to Enterprise NX-01. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice")

He might also be one of the named children, but it was never expressly said.

Tucker's former teacher

This woman falsely accused Trip Tucker of stealing a pencil from her desk. Tucker recalled that "she wasn't going to let me go on the field trip to Pensacola unless I apologized. My mother told me I should tell her I was sorry" and that "it's okay to apologize when you shouldn't have to, just as long as you don't mean it." (ENT: "A Night in Sickbay")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Warp Five Complex scientists

Four Warp Five Complex scientists, Cochrane, and Henry Archer

Four scientists and Henry Archer were present when Zefram Cochrane opened the newly-built Warp Five Complex in 2119 on Earth. The speech was again used during the launch of Enterprise NX-01 in 2151. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The four scientists were played by background performers (from left to right) Irina Bazidott, Michael Chong, Shauna Moore, and David Williams.
They filmed their scene on Paramount Stage 16 in front of a blue screen on 22 June 2001 and were listed as scientists on the call sheet of the episode.
It is possible that one of the scientists is Doctor Tasaki.

Water polo players


Humans playing water polo

These Humans were part of a 2151 water polo match between the University of Texas and Stanford University. (ENT: "Vox Sola")

They were portrayed by unknown performers.


While forced to stay at the catwalk for several days, Captain Jonathan Archer watched a water polo match of these teams on a PADD. (ENT: "The Catwalk")

The players and the referee were played by unknown performers.

Woman at Starfleet Headquarters

A civilian woman

This woman visited Starfleet Headquarters in San Francisco several times in the 2150s. (ENT: "Shadows of P'Jem", "Shockwave, Part II", "Regeneration", "First Flight", "Home")

This woman was played by recurring background actress and stand-in Amy Kate Connolly, who received no credit for her appearances. The matte painting featuring her was shot once but reused several times throughout the run of Star Trek: Enterprise.

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