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The following is a list of unnamed Kazon.

Kazon-Nistrim

Captain

A Kazon-Nistrim captain

This captain sent out a distress call and asked for help from anyone who could hear his message. (VOY: "State of Flux")

This Kazon captain was played by actor Norman Large who received no credit for this appearance though he had dialogue.
According to the call sheet, he filmed his scene on Wednesday 8 February 1995 on Paramount Stage 9 and is listed as "Dying Kazon Captain".
His costume from this episode was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Culluh's raider personnel

Boarding party

These askara were under command of First Maje Culluh and Seska and helped hijack the Voyager in 2372. Some of them were killed by Ensign Lon Suder and some left the ship when Tom Paris and a group of Talaxians retook the ship. (VOY: "Basics, Part I", "Basics, Part II")

According to the computer aboard the Voyager, eighty-nine Kazon-Nistrim were aboard the ship following their takeover.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the name of Mark Major's character as Narret.

Engineer 1

A Kazon engineer

This askara helped hijack USS Voyager with First Maje Culluh. He was ordered by Seska to take the captured Voyager bridge crew to the cargo bay.

He manned the helm and weapons system, and was an engineer. He was mortally wounded by Lon Suder in the retaking of Voyager. Before he died, however, he shot and killed Suder, but not before he was able to sabotage the backup phase coil, causing it to explode when it was activated. (VOY: "Basics, Part I", "Basics, Part II")

This askara was played by Scott Haven.
He was described in the script notes and the end credits of "Basics, Part I" as "Kazon #1" and as Engineer in the script for "Basics, Part II".
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Maniz.

Engineer 2

A Kazon-Nistrim

This askara was an engineer killed by Lon Suder in a Jefferies tube. Suder did not know what to do with the body so he brought it to sickbay. (VOY: "Basics, Part II")

This engineer was played by an unknown actor.


Frigate crew

Jal Razik killed over one hundred Nistrim in a single shot, destroying their Nistrim frigate. (VOY: "Initiations")

These Kazon were only mentioned in dialogue.

Patrol on leola root planet

These two male Kazon-Nistrim were patrolling caves on a planet rich in leola root and kaylos. The second one was shot down by Commander Chakotay and the other one by Seska after he fired at Chakotay. (VOY: "State of Flux")

Madalone and Lewis with Martha Hackett during filming

Neither stuntman received credit for their appearance and both filmed their stunts on Wednesday, 1 February 1995 on location at the Bronson Caves. They are listed as "Stunt Kazon A" and "Stunt Kazon B" on the call sheet.
The costume worn by Irving Lewis was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2]

Replicator accident survivor

A Kazon survivor

This male sent a distress call after the crew of his Kazon raider had experimented with Federation replicator technology and thereby merged several members of his crew with the superstructure of the ship. He was the only survivor of the unfortunate accident and beamed aboard Voyager for medical treatment. His blood, especially his pyrocytes, had to be replaced completely and he was slowly recovering in sickbay when Maje Culluh and his aide beamed aboard the Federation ship and killed him with a poisonous needle. (VOY: "State of Flux")

This Kazon was played by background actor Steve Crawford who received no credit for his appearance but was identified by the call sheets of the episode.

Replicator accident victim 1

A dead Kazon

This male was killed aboard his Kazon raider when the crew experimented with a Federation replicator. He was merged with a bulkhead of the ship. (VOY: "State of Flux")

This Kazon was played by a prop dummy. The call sheet for the day of filming, Friday 17 February 1995 listed on second unit in the special effects department section the "alien spray wrapped dummy".


Replicator accident victim 2

A dead Kazon

This male was killed aboard his Kazon raider when the crew experimented with a Federation replicator. He was merged with the floor of the ship's bridge. (VOY: "State of Flux")

This Kazon was played by a prop dummy. The call sheet for the day of filming, Friday 17 February 1995 listed on second unit in the special effects department section the "alien spray wrapped dummy".


Teirna's parents

According to Teirna, his parents were killed in a Trabe attack shortly after his birth.

When the Doctor observed Teirna's lingering polycythemia, he noted that his medical record didn't indicate any prior blood disorder, and when the Doctor inquired if this was possibly an inherited trait, and began to mention Teirna's parents, Teirna cut him off mid-sentence to report his parents' demise. (VOY: "Basics, Part I")

These parents were only mentioned in dialogue.

Warriors

These Kazon-Nistrim were under command of First Maje Culluh and Seska and helped hijack the Voyager in 2372. Due to the contact with a temporal anomaly, Commander Chakotay from 2377 encountered this group in engineering. The group was later defeated by the combined power of several crewmembers from different timelines. (VOY: "Shattered")

The actors and stunt performers listed filmed their scenes on Friday 13 October 2000 on Paramount Stage 9.
The costume worn by Tom Miller was previously worn by Scott Haven in the second season episode "Basics, Part I" and was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3]

Kazon-Ogla

Females

These female Kazon-Ogla lived in the ruins on Ocampa.

The first female was knocked down when Neelix destroyed the water containers given to the Kazon by Captain Kathryn Janeway. (VOY: "Caretaker")

Rampe on location

The first Kazon was played by stunt actress J. Suzanne Rampe, who received no credit for this appearance while the other two were played by background actresses. Rampe is listed as "Stunt Kazon #3" on the call sheets. They filmed their scenes on Tuesday 27 September 1994 and Wednesday 28 September 1994 on location at the El Mirage Dry Lake Bed, and were part of twenty-five background performers who appeared as Kazon-Ogla.
These three were the only Kazon females ever seen.

Males

These Kazon-Ogla males lived on the surface of the planet Ocampa and were discovered by the crew of Voyager shortly after their transport into the Delta Quadrant. They assisted in disarming the Voyager officers and were surprised when the water containers were beamed to the surface. (VOY: "Caretaker")

These Kazon-Ogla were played by two stunt performers and – including the two females – a group of twenty-five background performers who filmed their scenes on Tuesday 27 September 1994 and Wednesday 28 September 1994 on location at the El Mirage Dry Lake Bed. They previously had their hair fittings on Thursday 22 September 1994. Madalone and Lesco are listed as "Stunt Kazon #1" and "Stunt Kazon #2" on the call sheets.
According to the television production report of the second day, two of the SAG Extras suffered slight abrasions at temples due to possible allergic reaction to makeup. They were identified as H. Capps and H. Dang.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the Kazon-Ogla played by Jerry Quinn the name as Lagren.

Razik's raider personnel

Kazon-Pommar

Barkeeper

A Kazon-Pommar barkeeper

This Kazon-Pommar worked as a barkeeper in a bar on Sobras in 2372. He motioned Neelix where to find Jal Tersa, pointed him into a back section of the bar. (VOY: "Alliances")

This barkeeper was played by an unknown actor.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Saldin.


Guard

A Kazon-Pommar guard

This Kazon-Pommar guarded several Trabe prisoners in the caves on Sobras. Mabus called him "the kind who starts shooting at the first sign of trouble". He was knocked unconscious by a grenade that he touched with his foot. (VOY: "Alliances")

This guard was played by stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone, who received no credit for his performance.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Corez.


Guards

These two Kazon-Pommar guards took Neelix into custody in some caves on Sobras after he had spoken to Jal Tersa. Neelix tried to bribe them but to no avail. (VOY: "Alliances")

These two Kazon were played by unknown actors.

Kazon-Relora

Aide

A Kazon-Relora aide

This Kazon-Relora aide served under Maje Haron. He accompanied his Maje aboard Maje Culluh's Kazon raider and was later killed by the Kazon-Nistrim using Federation transporter technology. His body, floating in space, was recovered by the crew of Voyager. (VOY: "Maneuvers")

This aide was played by background actor T. Fonte, who received no credit for this appearance, but was identified by the call sheets of the episode.


Warrior

The tunic of the warrior

This Kazon-Relora warrior was killed by the bare hands of Jal Haliz. Only his tunic remained as of 2372. (VOY: "Initiations")

This warrior was only mentioned in dialogue.


Unknown sect

Slave trader

A slave trader

In 2383, this slave trader sold a Caitian child to the Tars Lamora prison colony at a reduced price. Gwyn accepted his offer, but warned the Kazon that if he attempted to sell one so young to them again, he would be laboring in the mines himself. (PRO: "Lost and Found")

This slave trader was voiced by Brook Chalmers.
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