The following is a list of unnamed Klingons who lived during the 22nd century.

Antaak's father Edit

The father of Antaak, a Klingon healer, belonged to the House of Antaak. When his son became a healer, he disowned him. (ENT: "Divergence")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Assistant Edit

Qu'Vat colony Klingon

A Klingon assistant

This Klingon worked as assistant to scientist Antaak in his laboratory at the Qu'Vat Colony in 2154. (ENT: "Affliction")

This Klingon was played by background actor Michael Bailous who received no credit for this appearance.

Chancellors Edit

2151 Edit

Klingon chancellor, 2151

The Klingon chancellor

This Klingon chancellor of the High Council was present in 2151 when Enterprise NX-01 brought Klaang back to Qo'noS with evidence that the Suliban Cabal was attempting to pit the Klingons against each other. When Jonathan Archer brought Klaang to him, the chancellor cut Klaang's palm, as the evidence was hidden in the DNA of Klaang's blood. He then walked over to Archer, put his dagger by Archer's throat, and uttered something in his native language. When Archer stated he hoped it meant thank you, Hoshi Sato told him that he did not want to know what the chancellor had actually said. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Klingon Chancellor was played by actor Peter Henry Schroeder.
By mid-2153, he had apparently been succeeded by another chancellor, possibly M'Rek. (ENT: "The Expanse", "The Augments")
However, based on the similarity of costume and makeup between this character and the 2153 chancellor, it was assumed by the Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 2, p. 6) that this chancellor was M'Rek, who was mentioned by name in the "The Augments".)

2153 Edit

Klingon chancellor, 2153

The Klingon chancellor

This Klingon chancellor of the Klingon High Council served in 2153 when Duras was ordered to pursue the Enterprise into the Delphic Expanse. He said that Archer had escaped them twice and that the Klingon magistrate should have never commuted Archer's death sentence. (ENT: "The Expanse")

The Klingon chancellor was played by actor Dan Desmond and could be M'Rek, the chancellor mentioned in "The Augments". However, given their very similar cranial ridges and general appearance, it could have been intended to be the same Chancellor as in "Broken Bow", simply portrayed by a different actor.
Based on the similarity of costume and makeup between the 2151 chancellor and this character, it was assumed by the Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 2, p. 6) that this chancellor was M'Rek, who was mentioned by name in the "The Augments".

Council members Edit

Council attendees Edit

These Klingon council members were present when Jonathan Archer returned Klaang to the Klingons' homeworld, Qo'noS. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

Aside from the Klingon chancellor and the council member; according to the call sheet, the following actors appeared in this scene: 2-"Klingon dignitaries" (Paul Ambrose and Richard Bishop); 3-"Klingon guards" (Mike Bailous, Mike Braveheart and Amos Goss); 10-"Klingons" (Darrick Collins, Clynell Jackson, Ken Gruze, Jason Henson, Bart Noggle, Deryl Patterson, Willis Sands, Pablo Soriano, Curtis Wong and Stuart Wong).

Councilor 1 Edit

Klingon council member, broken bow

Klingon council member

This Klingon council member served on the High Council in 2151. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Klingon council member was played by regular guest actor Matt Williamson who previously played a Klingon in "Endgame", the final episode of Star Trek: Voyager.

Councilor 2 Edit

Klingon council member 1, 2153

Klingon council member

This Klingon council member served on the High Council in 2153. When Duras was ordered to capture Archer, the council member chided him, saying that Archer had made a fool of him after Archer disabled Duras' ship when Duras was pursuing rebels. (ENT: "The Expanse")

This Klingon council member was played by actor Gary Bullock.

Council members Edit

These three Klingon council members were present when Duras was given orders to capture Jonathan Archer in 2153. (ENT: "The Expanse")

The robe worn by Clynell Jackson III was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Goroth's starship personnelEdit

Guards Edit

Phlox is captured

Klingon guards

These Klingon guards restrained Doctor Phlox after he was kidnapped from Earth. They brought him to the laboratory of Doctor Antaak, a Klingon scientist. (ENT: "Affliction")

The Klingons were played by unknown actors.

Kolos' parents Edit

The parents of Kolos were noted for not following the way of the warrior. His father was a teacher and his mother was a biologist at a university. They encouraged Kolos' study of law. Kolos related this to Jonathan Archer in 2152 when the captain expressed his surprise that there were other classes in Klingon society than the warrior class. (ENT: "Judgment")

These Klingons were only mentioned in dialogue.

Korok's ship personnel Edit

Krell's battle cruiser personnel Edit

Military personnel Edit

Narendra III inhabitants Edit

Prisoner Edit

In 2154, a Klingon prisoner was one of the subjects which Doctor Antaak experimented on in an effort to find a vaccine for the Augment virus. The Klingon prisoner had been convicted of a criminal act, although the magistrate who had presided over the prisoner's trial ruled that the death sentence would be commuted. Shortly thereafter, the Klingon prisoner was brought into a laboratory on Qu'Vat Colony, where Antaak and General K'Vagh worked. As the doctor injected the Klingon prisoner with a green substance, the prisoner's cranial ridges began to ripple and seethe. (ENT: "Affliction")

The Klingon prisoner was played by actor Marc Worden.

Repair station abductees Edit

These two abductees were among the aliens held by the automated repair station. Their brains were used to enhance the station's computer core.

In 2152, Captain Archer and T'Pol discovered these Klingons but were unable to rescue them as they were too long connected to the station. (ENT: "Dead Stop")

Rura Penthe inhabitants Edit

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