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List of unnamed Klingons who lived during the 24th century.

Alexander's cousins

These cousins were the children of Kurn.

K'mtar mentioned them when trying to entice Alexander Rozhenko into visiting Qo'noS, saying they were eager to meet him. (TNG: "Firstborn")

These cousins were only mentioned in dialogue.
Given that K'Mtar also claimed that Kurn had no male heirs, they were likely all daughters.


This ambassador represented the Klingon Empire on Farius Prime during the 2370s.

During the Dominion War, he advocated breaking off the alliance with the Federation and focusing on defending the Empire, which put him at odds with Chancellor Gowron, who was committed to the alliance.

In 2374, the Dominion recruited agents of the Orion Syndicate to assassinate the ambassador and make appear that the assassination had been ordered by Gowron. They hoped the ambassador would become a martyr for his cause and the Klingons would eventually pull back into their own territory, leaving only the Federation for the Dominion to contend with.

Fortunately, operatives of Starfleet Intelligence intercepted the plan and warned the Klingons in time to prevent the assassination. (DS9: "Honor Among Thieves")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


This Klingon captained a ship around 2370. He sold to holosuite programs of old Klingon battles to Quark, including the Battle of Klach D'kel Brakt. After explaining to Odo how he obtained said program, he added, "I know, I know. It's brutal, it's violent, it's bloody, but to the Klingons, it's entertainment." (DS9: "Blood Oath")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


These seven citizens lived on Qo'noS in 2366.

They passed Captain Jean-Luc Picard near the house of Kahlest. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")

Courting pair

Two courting Klingons

This couple was seen courting in the first lesson of The Doctor for Seven of Nine in his course "Love Amid the Stars: A Romantic Bestiary". The Doctor mentioned that the Klingon male initiates courtship by biting the female. (VOY: "Someone to Watch Over Me")

They were played by regular background performers Grace Harrell and Ken Gruz.
According to the call sheet, they filmed their scene on second unit on Tuesday 2 March 1999 on Paramount Stage 16 at the "Cave Set".
They were identified in the script with the description of "a Male Klingon Warrior buries his teeth into the neck of a female Klingon Warrior in a cave."


A Klingon craftsman was involved in a contract dispute over services rendered during the construction of a Ventaxian home sometime after the Empire's first contact with Ventax II in 2297. To settle the matter, both parties decided that arbitration rather than the courts should decide the case due to the culture differences. Both sides were required to chose an arbiter. As of 2367, it remained the only case in Ventaxian law that involved an alien claimant. (TNG: "Devil's Due")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
According to the script for the episode, but not retained in the final dialog, the craftsman was named Akul K'Ton and the arbiter decided in favor of the Ventaxian. [1]


A Klingon criminal

This criminal was displayed in Odo's security office on Deep Space 9 on a wanted poster for a majority of 2369 and 2370. (DS9: "Vortex", "If Wishes Were Horses", "The Forsaken", "Dramatis Personae", "Duet", "In the Hands of the Prophets", "Sanctuary", "Rules of Engagement", "A Time to Stand", "Rocks and Shoals", "Behind the Lines", "Sacrifice of Angels")

This criminal was portrayed by an unknown actor
This image was, in reality, a makeup continuity photo used by the makeup department during the shoots.

Customer on Tulgana IV

A customer

This female customer was seen shopping in "Little Qo'noS" on Tulgana IV in 2380. (LD: "Envoys")

Deep Space 9 visitor 1

A female Klingon

This female visitor to Deep Space 9 was in Quark's when Odo and Quark teased Miles O'Brien and Julian Bashir about being "a couple centimeters shorter" after their runabout was reduced in size while investigating an anomaly. (DS9: "One Little Ship")

This Klingon was played by an unknown actress.

Deep Space 9 visitor 2

A Klingon warrioress

This visitor attended alongside two other Klingons the funeral for Morn, held in Quark's in 2374. (DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

She visited the Promenade again the following year together with a male Klingon. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")

This Klingon was played by regular background actress Susie Stillwell, who received no credit for her appearance.

Deep Space 9 visitor 3

A Klingon mourner

This visitor mourned for Morn at Morn's funeral service held at Quark's Bar aboard Deep Space 9. The event was premature as his supposed death in an ion storm was revealed to be a hoax. (DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

This Klingon was played by an unknown actor.

Gowron's aide

Gowron's aide

This female served as Gowron's aide in 2367. She was present during Picard's ceremony as Arbiter of Succession in the Great Hall, which was interrupted by the Duras sisters Lursa and B'Etor, and Toral, the illegitimate son of Duras. (TNG: "Redemption")

This Klingon was played by regular background actress Cameron, who received no credit for her appearance.
The call sheet for the day of shooting, 15 April 1991, listed her as Gowron's Aide.
Parts of this costume were also worn by Spice Williams in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and by Gabrielle Union in DS9: "Sons and Daughters". The costume was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2]

Great Hall bystanders

These three Klingons were present in the Great Hall in 2367 when Toral challenged Gowron for the title of chancellor of the Klingon Empire. (TNG: "Redemption")

Great Hall guards

These two Klingon guards of the Great Hall served as guards during Captain Picard's Rite of Succession ceremony in 2367. (TNG: "Redemption")

Both actors received no credit for their appearance.

High Council members 1

These fourteen Klingon Council members served on the High Council in 2366 along with Duras and chancellor K'mpec. They were present when Lieutenant Worf faced the accusations of his father Mogh in betraying his people to the Romulans following the destruction of the outpost at Khitomer. They were also present during the discommendation ceremony of Worf later. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")

High Council members 2

These seven Klingon council members served on the High Council in 2367. They attended the Rite of Succession ceremony held by Captain Picard and witnessed the claims of the Duras sisters Lursa and B'Etor. Except one, all were loyal to the House of Duras. (TNG: "Redemption")

Besides Bass, Moore, and Lotterman, there were four other actors playing council members. The call sheet gives five more last names of the actors R. Bruce, Cusimano, Geletko, Green, and R. Torre. It is unknown which of these five actors doesn't appear on screen.

High Council members 3

These nine Klingons formed the Klingon High Council on Qo'noS in 2371, headed by Chancellor Gowron.

Dressed in ceremonial robes over their uniforms, they were present when Grilka claimed the brek'tal ritual for her house instead of letting D'Ghor gain control over the House of Kozak. The council members received PADD's from Quark to show them D'Ghor's unhonorable behavior regarding the finances. When D'Ghor was up to kill an unarmed Quark, Gowron saw D'Ghor's true behavior and the council members crossed their arms in front of their chests and turned around – they dishonored D'Ghor who was brought outside the council chamber by two guards. (DS9: "The House of Quark")

All nine Klingons were portrayed by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
They filmed their scenes on Tuesday 9 August 1994 and Wednesday 10 August 1994.

J'Dan's powerful friends

In 2367, J'Dan tried to tempt Worf to let him go, saying that in return, he could ask his powerful friends living on Qo'noS to help restore Worf's name. Worf wasn't interested in the least. (TNG: "The Drumhead")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

K'Ehleyr's father

This Klingon male was in a romantic relationship with a Human female. Their child was K'Ehleyr. He was deceased by 2365. (TNG: "The Emissary")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

L'Kor's son

When Worf came to Carraya IV to locate his father in 2369, one of the Klingon's he encountered there, L'Kor, told Worf that he and the prisoners there were already considered "dead" and dishonored there according Klingon society. Despite this, Worf claimed that if he had found his father there, "I would be glad to see him. There is no room in my heart for shame." L'Kor, however, felt that "I can only hope that if my son came here, he would be Klingon enough to kill me." (TNG: "Birthright, Part II")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
It was unclear if L'Kor was speaking as if he really had a son, or if he was speaking figuratively, as if he had a son.

Martok's aides

Aides in background next to Starfleet officers

These two aides were present with Martok when Starfleet, the Klingons, and the Romulans were planning the attack into Cardassian space. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The Klingons were played by unknown actors.

Martok's father

Martok's father was from the Ketha lowlands. He wanted his son to be an officer, not a warrior like he and his forefathers had been. He was able to find someone to sponsor Martok to become one. He was "embarrassed" when his son failed to become an officer due to Kor rejecting his application. Martok's father died sometime before the mid-2340s. (DS9: "Once More Unto the Breach")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
Martok's father is called Urthog in several novels.

Military personnel

Pagh tactics officer's mother

This mother of the tactics officer aboard the IKS Pagh was the wife of to a man killed at Tranome Sar.

Their son mentioned to Commander William T. Riker that his widowed mother was still alive as of 2365, during Riker's brief assignment aboard the Klingon Bird-of-Prey. (TNG: "A Matter Of Honor")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Ronara bar patron

A female Klingon bar patron

This female patron was in a bar on Ronara Prime in 2370. She was present there when Lieutenant Ro Laren was on an undercover mission to infiltrate the Maquis. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")

This Klingon was played by background actress Dawn Lovett.


This male scientist was previously encountered by Trill scientist, Lenara Kahn, sometime prior to her being reaquainted Jadzia Dax in 2372.

During their time together, he gave Kahn a pair of Klingon earrings as a present. He wanted to give her a Klingon sword they carried around at first, but Lenara refused. (DS9: "Rejoined")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Shopkeeper on Tulgana IV

A shopkeeper in "Little Qo'noS"

In 2380, this female shopkeeper spoke with Ensigns Beckett Mariner and Brad Boimler on Tulgana IV, when they asked if she had seen General K'orin. She sold gagh, and had apparently served some to K'orin earlier. She wore an outfit resembling a Klingon Defense Force uniform, and had a mek'leth stored on her waistband that she would brandish when she became suspicious or irritated. (LD: "Envoys")

This shopkeeper was voiced by an unknown actress.

Tavana's mother

Tavana mentioned to Jadzia Dax in 2373 that her mother had met Curzon Dax once on Qo'noS and that he was very taken with her. When Jadzia told her that she was one of many Curzon had been taken with, Tavana replied that her mother was similar in that respect. (DS9: "Soldiers of the Empire")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
Curzon lived in both the 23rd (pre- and post-joining with the Dax symbiont) and 24th centuries. It is not said in which century Tavana's mother knew him.

Trade Agreements Conference attendee

A female Klingon

This female attended the banquet in Ten Forward aboard the Enterprise-D following the Trade Agreements Conference on Betazed in 2366 (TNG: "Ménage à Troi") She was later in Ten Forward in 2370. (ENT: "These Are the Voyages...")

This Klingon was played by an unknown actress.
Her second appearance was via archived footage of her first appearance.

Worf's cousins

Once as a child, Worf was allowed to visit Qo'noS where he stayed with his cousin's family, but he found that his own cousins wanted nothing to do with me because he was "too Human" to be one of them.

In a rational bit of classic Worf melodrama, he ran away to the No'Mat mountains, where he was without food or water for three days. Seeing refuge in the caves there, Kahless appeared to Worf in a vision and told him that he would do something no other Klingon had ever done. Afterwards, he returned to Earth, where he pondered for many years the meaning of Kahless' words and what laid ahead for him. (DS9: "The Sword of Kahless")

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