The following is a list of unnamed 23rd century Starfleet personnel.

Argelius II bar patrons

Cadet #1

A Starfleet cadet.

A Starfleet Academy cadet was present in the bar on Argelius II, watching the dance of Kara in the presence of James T. Kirk, McCoy and Scott in 2267. He was later accompanied by an Argelian lady from the bar to stroll the foggy streets outside. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

This cadet was played by an unknown actor, who also appeared in "The Trouble with Tribbles" as a visiting DSK-7 crewman and in "The Way to Eden" as a Enterprise crewman.
His uniform was originally worn by Finnegan or his stunt double in "Shore Leave".


Cadet #2

A Starfleet cadet.

This Starfleet Academy cadet was also present in the bar on Argelius II in 2267. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

This cadet was played by an unknown actor who go on to portray an ISS Enterprise crewmember in "Mirror, Mirror" and a Thrall in "The Gamesters of Triskelion".
His costume was originally worn by Finnegan or his stunt double in "Shore Leave".


Officer

A Starfleet officer.

This Starfleet officer was also present in the bar on Argelius II in 2267. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

This officer was played by the same unknown performer who previously portrayed James.
He wore a turtleneck uniform left over from the two pilot episodes.


Babel Conference attendees

Drydock worker

A workman in space

This worker was working outside the orbital drydock in the 2270s, when the travel pod with Kirk and Scott was on approach of the USS Enterprise for docking. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

He was also working outside the Orbital Dry Dock when Kirk, Uhura and Sulu boarded the Enterprise in 2285. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

The stuntman in the spacesuit

The workman in space was portrayed by stuntman Tom Morga. ("Tom Morga: Alien Stuntman" special feature, Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection (DVD))
For the scene, he was mounted on a motion control rig that spun him around in front of a bluescreen, by Douglas Trumbull. (Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 2, Issue 8, p. 69)
The character's second appearance was stock footage from the first film.

Federation Council personnel

Andorians

Humans

A number of Starfleet officers were present at a meeting of the Federation Council in 2286. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

One of the security guards was played by Ron Cragg. [1]

Garth's crew

According to Garth of Izar, while under his last command his crew couldn't be persuaded to destroy the Antos natives. He admitted this to James T. Kirk in 2268 when the captain asked him how he could ever believe that a Federation crew would turn on a peaceful race. (TOS: "Whom Gods Destroy")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Paris Medal of Honor ceremony attendees

Burnham speaks before hundreds of Starfleet officers, 2257

At the conclusion of the Federation-Klingon War in 2257, Michael Burnham spoke before a panel of admirals and an audience of hundreds when the senior officers of the USS Discovery were awarded the Starfleet Medal of Honor.

The seated audience included at least 27 Andorians, 7 Vulcans and a Tellarite, as well as dozens of Human officers, along with Amanda Grayson. (DIS: "Will You Take My Hand?")

San Francisco bar visitor

Section 31 personnel

Starfleet Academy personnel

Starfleet Headquarters personnel

Starfleet Science narrator

This narrator narrated the post-2285 Starfleet Science film, The Tardigrade in Space. (ST: "Ephraim and Dot")

The voice for the narrator was provided by Kirk Thatcher.

Starfleet Security personnel

Prison guards

These two Starfleet Security guards served at the prison where Leonard McCoy was being held in 2285. They were responsible for guarding the doctor, who was imprisoned after he tried to hire a ship in a bar which should bring him to Genesis.

The first guard allowed Admiral James T. Kirk access to McCoy's holding cell, telling him, "Make it quick, Admiral. They're moving him to the Federation funny farm." When he returned to the cell, he was knocked out by Kirk with a hand chop.

The second guard, a very tall man, yawned as he sat at his station. Sulu, who was waiting for the first guard to return with Kirk, asked him if he was "keeping busy?", to which he replied, "Don't get smart, Tiny." Moments later, during the prison break committed by Kirk of McCoy, this guard was rendered unconscious when Sulu threw him over his shoulder adding, "Don't call me Tiny." (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The second guard was described as "a big, paunchy man", the stunt double for that role was portrayed by Jeff Jensen. The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Tahglio.
According to the Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 1, p. 369), the prison guards were wearing the Starfleet insignia for Starfleet Security on their left breast.
According to a deleted scene, which explained how Sulu knew that "Agents [were] on their way up", the second guard answered an incoming transmission stating that his location was "Sixth Floor Holding".

Security agents

Two security guards

These two security agents served at the same facility that McCoy was held at in 2285. They were alarmed when Kirk and his crewmates escaped along with McCoy, but were late and couldn't capture them. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

They were played by unknown performers.

Starship personnel

Station personnel

USS Enterprise-B launch spectators

These Starfleet officers watched the christening of the USS Enterprise-B from a drydock in 2293 and applauded. (Star Trek Generations)

All Starfleet officers were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
Among the costumes sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay were the pants of actor S. Williams and actress M. McCahill as well as the costume of Dale Kasman. [2] [3] [4]

USS Enterprise-B maiden voyage officials

These two high-ranking Starfleet officers attended the maiden voyage of the USS Enterprise-B in 2293 and witnessed the destruction of the SS Robert Fox and the SS Lakul by the Nexus. (Star Trek Generations)

Both officials were portrayed by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The pants worn by Rina Bennett were previously worn by Madge Sinclair in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [5]

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