The following is a list of unnamed Suliban.

Broken Bow agents Edit

These two agents followed the Klingon courier Klaang to Earth where his Klingon scoutship crash-landed in a cornfield in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. They hunted Klaang through the cornfield into a silo with the aim to get the DNA information Klaang previously got from Sarin on Rigel X. Klaang sealed the door but because of their genetic enhancements the Suliban slipped through under the door and followed the Klingon into the silo. Klaang made a high foot jump from the upper section of the silo and destroyed the silo, killing the two Suliban agents, with his Klingon disruptor.

Silik later mentioned the death of these two Suliban while speaking with the Cabal's mysterious benefactor, noting that one of them was a friend of his. He requested if the benefactor could prevent it, only to be told that their agreement didn't provide for correcting mistakes. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Suliban jumpsuit worn by Steve Lambert was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and later at the PropStore and was also worn by background actor David Keith Anderson. [1] [2]

Commander Edit

Suliban Salvage Ship Commander

A Suliban commander

This salvage ship commander encountered Enterprise NX-01 in late 2152. The commander demanded that Jonathan Archer surrender a 31st century time travel ship. He refused to explain why he wanted the ship, and Archer refused to surrender the vessel since it was an Earth ship. Enterprise drove the ship off, but it returned with cell ships. The commander and his vessel were destroyed by Tholian forces who also wanted the time ship. (ENT: "Future Tense")

The Suliban salvage ship commander was played by actor Cullen Douglas.

Danik's grandfather Edit

The grandfather of Danik once settled on the planet Tandar Prime. Danik told this to Jonathan Archer while imprisoned at the Detention Complex 26 in 2152. (ENT: "Detained")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Doctor Edit

Suliban Doctor

A Suliban doctor

This doctor administered drugs that forced Klaang, who the Suliban had captured from Enterprise, to tell the truth when Silik interrogated him. Silik asked the doctor if Klaang was telling the truth and the doctor told him that the drugs were working. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Suliban doctor was played by actor Joseph Ruskin.

Female prisoner Edit

Suliban woman

A Suliban woman

This woman was held prisoner at the Tandaran Detention Complex 26 in 2152. She was one of the first Suliban encountered by Jonathan Archer and Travis Mayweather during their stay at the encampment and welcomed the two as the "new ones". When an alarm started, she told them about the inspection tour of Major Klev. (ENT: "Detained")

This Suliban woman was played by actress Wilda Taylor who was simply listed as "Woman" in the end credits of the episode.
According to the call sheets, Taylor filmed her scenes on Wednesday 13 February 2002 on Paramount Stage 9.

Medic Edit

Suliban medic

A Suliban medic

This medic did the genetic changes to Silik after the mysterious benefactor determined to send Silik on an undercover mission aboard Enterprise, disguised as a Borothan. (ENT: "Cold Front")

This Suliban was portrayed by regular background actor Louis Ortiz who received no credit for this appearance.

Narra's mother Edit

Narra's mother was a Suliban woman who was imprisoned in a Tandaran detention complex. She wrote letters to her husband, Danik and tried several times to get relocated to Detention Complex 26 to be with her family. (ENT: "Detained")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Prisoners Edit

These prisoners were held at the Tandaran Detention Complex 26 until 2152. They were living in cells and could also gather in a common area. They were rescued and escaped aboard Suliban shuttles when Captain Archer and Ensign Mayweather from Enterprise assisted them in their escape. (ENT: "Detained")

A total of 89 Suliban were held at the detention center according to dialogue in the episode. According to the call sheets, a total of eighteen background performers filmed these scenes on Friday 8 February 2002, Tuesday 12 February 2002, and Wednesday 13 February 2001 on Paramount Stage 9.
On the call sheet for Tuesday 12 February 2002, Clete Francis is listed as "prodded Suliban" due to his minor stunt getting hit by David Kagen.
Among the costumes sold later off at the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay were the costumes worn by Billy Hamilton, Trey King, and Shawna Engert. [3] [4] [5]

Would-be escapees Edit

These three prisoners attempted to escape by opening a security gate and accessing the docking bay. Though they got inside, they were killed before they could secure a vessel, as Grat claimed they had been armed. (ENT: "Detained")

These Suliban were only mentioned in dialogue.

Soldier Edit

Suliban soldier, 2152

A Suliban soldier

This soldier was part of the boarding party that T'Pol let come on Enterprise to verify that Archer was no longer on board. He reported that Archer was not on board, but he got their data discs back and detected a temporal signature at Archer's last known location in the turbolift. (ENT: "Shockwave, Part II")

The Suliban soldier was played by Michael Kosik.

Soldiers Edit

These soldiers attacked Enterprise in April 2153 and abducted Captain Jonathan Archer. They brought him aboard a Suliban ship where he met Silik and the Humanoid Figure. When Archer threatened Silik, both guards pointed their pistols on him. (ENT: "The Expanse")

The two soldiers crawling on the ceiling on the bridge aboard Enterprise were CGI-created.
The Suliban jumpsuit worn by David Keith Anderson was previously worn by stunt actor Steven Lambert in the pilot episode, "Broken Bow" and was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and at the PropStore. [6] [7]
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