The following is a list of unnamed Tarlac.

Masseuse Edit

Nurses Edit

Three female Tarlac served as nurses in the body enhancement facility aboard Ru'afo's flagship in 2375. They assisted in the process of skin streching in the laboratory aboard the ship. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Background information Edit

All three Tarlac nurses were played by background actresses who received no credit for their appearance.

Two of them were played by Katrina and Charlie. Their boots were later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2] [3]

In the Star Trek Customizable Card Game, the first pictured Tarlac shown here is given the name Sharic.

Close-ups of the actresses behind the scenes are part of the special feature "Westmore's Aliens" on the Star Trek: Insurrection DVD release.

Officer Edit

Tarlac male

A Tarlac officer

This officer served at a bridge console aboard Ru'afo's flagship in 2375. He was also present when Captain Jean-Luc Picard deceived Ru'afo and his crew by transporting them aboard the holoship. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Larry Anderson on set

Anderson's hair get prepped on set

This Tarlac was played by actor Larry Anderson who is listed as "Tarlac Officer" in the end credits of the film.

Officers Edit

These Tarlac officers served aboard Ru'afo's flagship in 2375 during their mission in the Briar Patch. They operated the aft consoles on the bridge and one of them was part of an away team which tried to stop Picard's group and the Ba'ku. Two of them fought against Worf during their retake of the flagship's bridge. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Patrick Barnitt, Tarlac

Patrick Barnitt behind the scenes

These background actors and stunt performers received no credit for their appearance.

Background information Edit

In a deleted scene from Insurrection Data faced two Tarlac soldiers on a cliff and was able to overwhelm them and threw them off the cliff. The Tarlac in this scene were portrayed by stuntmen Brian Avery and Eddie Braun. The "making of" of this scene is part of the special feature "Anatomy of a Stunt" on the Star Trek: Insurrection DVD release.

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