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The following is a list of unnamed Kelpiens.

Kaminar villagers Edit

These villagers lived in Saru's home village on Kaminar. Saru and his sister Siranna witnessed eight of them being harvested by the Ba'ul, in a ceremony presided over by Aradar. Later, Aradar played dice with three other villagers. (ST: "The Brightest Star")

A number of villagers were also seen when Saru returned to his home village, accompanied by Michael Burnham. (DIS: "The Sound of Thunder")

In ST: "The Brightest Star", two female villagers were portrayed by Lisa Auguste and Krista Deady, while three of the male villagers were portrayed by Clayton Scott, David Benjamin Tomlinson, and Adam Winlove-Smith. The remaining villagers were portrayed by unknown background actors.
In DIS: "The Sound of Thunder", two of the villagers were portrayed by David Benjamin Tomlinson (credited) and Clayton Scott (uncredited).

Saru's mother Edit

The mother of Saru and Siranna was taken by the Ba'ul, a fact Siranna lamented along the loss of her father after learning the truth about the Great Balance. (DIS: "The Sound of Thunder")

In the episode, Siranna informs Saru of the taking of their father, but not their mother, suggesting their mother was taken before Saru left Kaminar.

Mirror universe slaves Edit

Kelpien slaves

Kelpien slaves in the mirror universe

Emperor Philippa Georgiou presented Michael Burnham with three slaves to choose from. Unknown to Burnham, the chosen Kelpien was then killed, cooked and served to the emperor and her. (DIS: "Vaulting Ambition", "The War Without, The War Within")

The chosen Kelpien was portrayed by Clayton Scott. The other two were portrayed by unknown background actors.

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