These crewmembers served aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364 and were among the crewmembers who welcomed Captain Jean-Luc Picard aboard the ship. They witnessed Picard's strange behavior but went to their stations following Lieutenant Yar's command. (TNG: "All Good Things...")
These two crewmen were among the crewmembers who participated in a fight in Ten Forward in 2366 due to the uncontrolled emotions of Ambassador Sarek who was suffering from Bendii Syndrome. They were later stopped by Worf.
A third crewman grabbed a science division officer and threw him onto a table. (TNG: "Sarek")
This crewman brought Beverly Crusher a suitcase belonging to her late husband Jack while the Enterprise-D was in drydock for repairs. Crusher had previously stored this suitcase on Earth. (TNG: "Family")
This crewman participated in a mok'bara course led by Worf in 2367 together with Deanna Troi, Cmdr. Riker, Geordi La Forge, and Gates. (TNG: "Clues")
The same year he was working on a station on the aft bridge when the Enterprise-D arrived at Tarchannen III to investigate the disappearance of several crewmembers. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")
This Starfleet officer was played by background actor Greg Kishi, who received no credit for his appearances and was identified by the call sheet of the episode "Clues", filmed on Thursday 29 November1990 on Paramount Stage 9.
This crew woman served aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364. She was present in the shuttlebay when Captain Picard took over the command of the ship and held his speech in front of the crew. (TNG: "All Good Things...")
This Starfleet officer was played by background actress Marijane Cole, who received no credit for this appearance.
This crew woman was among the crewmember of the Enterprise-D who welcomed Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the shuttlebay in 2364. She was confused by Picard's unexplained order for red alert but went to her station on the bridge. There she was working on an aft station when the Enterprise-D went into the Devron system to analyze the temporal anomaly. (TNG: "All Good Things...")
This Starfleet officer was played by background actress Lauren C. Kim, who received no credit for this appearance.
This female crewmember was on duty on the bridge in late 2364 when the Enterprise-D went into orbit of Earth and Picard had a meeting with several Starfleet officials. She was wearing a bracelet and carrying a PADD. (TNG: "Conspiracy")
This crew woman served aboard the Enterprise-D in an alternate timeline, created when the Enterprise-C traveled back through time. She sat at a table in Ten Forward and talked to fellow officers. (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")
This crew woman accompanied a male civilian into the bar Ten Forward in 2366. When the couple shared a kiss, the android Lal shouted at them because she was thinking he would bite her. The couple left Ten Forward a short time later. (TNG: "The Offspring")
This Starfleet officer was played by Diane Moser and was listed as "Ten Forward Crew" in the end credits of the episode.
She was working on an aft station of the bridge when the Enterprise-D transported the Antican and Selay delegates to Parliament. She also passed the transporter room when Captain Picard safely returned to the ship. (TNG: "Lonely Among Us")
She was also on duty on the bridge when the Enterprise-D discovered the Edo and their god. Later, she passed Geordi La Forge in a corridor. (TNG: "Justice")
She remained on duty when the Ferengi beamed on the bridge to present Captain Picard their gift, the USS Stargazer and later when Picard beamed on board the Stargazer and prepared to attack the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Battle")
This Starfleet engineer was on duty in main engineering in 2364 when the ship was trapped in orbit of Delphi Ardu IV. He took orders from Geordi La Forge and engaged the warp drive without a result. (TNG: "The Last Outpost")
This operations division officer was part of the security team which tried to apprehend Lore. The two security officers were locked out of the turbolift and only Worf was with Lore inside. (TNG: "Datalore")
He was one of the technicians in engineering working on the ship's systems before the ship went to Starbase 74. (TNG: "11001001")
He was also on duty in engineering when the Velara III lifeform took control over the ship. (TNG: "Home Soil")
He was also on duty in engineering when Doctor Crusher disappeared into a warp bubble created by her son Wesley and the Enterprise-D crew together with the Traveler tried to bring her back. (TNG: "Remember Me")
She walked into Ten Forward when Geordi La Forge left after his conversation with Guinan. (TNG: "Galaxy's Child")
She was sitting at the bar in Ten Forward and had a drink when Miles O'Brien came into the bar. Later, off duty, she was also in Ten Forward when a brawl started between the crewmembers because of their loss of REM sleep. (TNG: "Night Terrors")
She was one of the technicians in the cargo bay and witnessed the assassination try on the Klingon Vagh. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")
She was one of the crewmembers standing in a row between the turbolift and the transporter room to say farewell to Worf who left the ship to fight in the Klingon Civil War. (TNG: "Redemption")
Off duty she visited Ten Forward and was one of the wounded persons after the ship hit a quantum filament. (TNG: "Disaster")
She was working in the cargo bay and scanning some boxes of cargo. (TNG: "Unification I")
Off duty she had a drink in Ten Forward while the Enterprise-D crew investigated the destruction of the Vico. (TNG: "Hero Worship")
This female operations division officer had a drink in Ten Forward when Commander Riker met Wesley Crusher and Geordi La Forge in the bar while Commander Kurn held his position on the bridge. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")
She also visited Ten Forward when Commander Riker talked to Counselor Troi about the strange behavior of Captain Picard. (TNG: "Allegiance")
She was working on the bridge when the ship was hit by a shock wave created by Gomtuu. Worf helped her getting back on her feet. (TNG: "Tin Man")
She was part of the team in engineering which was briefed by Lieutenant Commander Shelby and discussed possible actions against the Borg. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds")
She also worked on an aft bridge station when the Enterprise-D went into a binary star system and was caught due to the influence of an alien being. When the crew suffered from the lack of REM sleep and experienced hallucinations she witnessed a screaming Captain Picard sitting on the ground of a turbolift. (TNG: "Night Terrors")
He operated the transporter and prepared to beam Gowron off the ship when Worf relieved him from his station to talk to Gowron in private. Later, he was one of the officers who stood in the row between the turbolift and the transporter room to say farewell to Worf when the Klingon left the ship to fight in the Klingon Civil War. (TNG: "Redemption")
He was working in engineering when Commander Riker returned from his trip from Risa. (TNG: "The Game")
This recurring officer was played by Max Cervantes who received no credit for his appearances.
She was on duty in engineering while Montgomery Scott was aboard the Enterprise-D, (TNG: "Relics") when Amanda Rogers met Q aboard the ship, (TNG: "True Q") and when Worf's holographic program used the likeness of Data for several characters. (TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")
She was working in the shuttlebay and scanning the debris of the shuttlecraft Fermi. Later, she was one of the engineers who were transported to the surface of Ligos VII by the renegade Ferengi who took over control of the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Rascals")
This female operations division officer was one of the engineers who beamed aboard the Romulan science ship to assist with the repairs. Later, she attended the funeral ceremony in Ten Forward held for Ro Laren and Geordi La Forge. (TNG: "The Next Phase")
This female operations division officer was on duty in main engineering when Geordi La Forge told Reginald Barclay to be a member of the away team beaming aboard the USS Yosemite. (TNG: "Realm of Fear")
She operated a wall console in a corridor when she was passed by Geordi La Forge and Montgomery Scott. (TNG: "Relics")
This female ensign was on duty in main engineering when she informed the bridge about the fluctuations in the seal of the medical lab. She asked Commander Riker to join her in main engineering and told him about having problems to stabilize the energy for the force field around the med lab. Every time she tried to stabilize the energy field the energy disappeared. (TNG: "Home Soil")
In 2367 a holographic recreation of her was used by the Romulan Commander Taibak who brainwashedGeordi La Forge. Later, aboard the Enterprise-D, she was part of the engineering team who earned commendations from La Forge for their good work during his absence. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")
She was one of the engineers "frozen" due to the contact with temporal fragments and blocking the way through the Jefferies tube. (TNG: "Timescape")
In late 2369 she was one of many crewmembers beamed down to the surface of an unnamed planet in the Delta Quadrant to search for Data and the rogue Borg Crosis. (TNG: "Descent")
In early 2370 she was on duty in the control booth of the shuttle bay when Dr. Crusher and Worf welcomed the Klingon Koral aboard and informed him about the health and safety inspection. Later, following Picard and Riker's return aboard the Enterprise-D, she passed them in a corridor. (TNG: "Gambit, Part II")
She was one of the officers in Ten Forward who tried to calm down the BoraalanVorin when he accidentally went into the bar. Like the others, she moved away at order of Commander Riker. (TNG: "Homeward")
She was also working in main engineering when the Enterprise-D assisted a damaged Romulan science ship. She was standing behind the phased Geordi La Forge when he met Ensign Ro who was also phased. Later she passed the two again when Data and ChiefBrossmer analyzed and neutralized the anyon energy patterns. (TNG: "The Next Phase")
She scanned the debris of the shuttleFermi. Together with Geordi La Forge, Ensign Russell, and several other crewmembers, she was beamed to the surface of Ligos VII later, when the renegade Ferengi took over the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Rascals")
This lieutenant junior grade served as an engineer aboard the Enterprise-D in 2366. That year, he was part of the engineering senior staff and took part in a meeting in main engineering. (TNG: "Hollow Pursuits")
On the call sheet for his day of shooting he was listed as "Alien Starfleet" in the atmosphere section and the actor was to be dated and not cast prior to Monday 3 December1990, one day before the scene was shot on Tuesday 4 December1990. The scene was filmed on Paramount Stage 8.
Lieutenant assigned to the Enterprise-D in 2369. She was in command of the bridge when Miles O'Brien came to say goodbye to Captain Picard prior to the ship's departure from Deep Space 9. She informed him that the captain was in the ready room and offered to tell the captain that O'Brien was waiting for him, but O'Brien decided not to bother Picard. (DS9: "Emissary")
A cut scene would have revealed why a Bajoran was chosen for such a small cameo appearance: when Crosis lists the ways of killing Humans and Klingons quickly, a line was cut in which he would have said "Bajoran. Puncture the lower ventricle of the heart. Death is immediate." The line was cut, but the Bajoran officer is still there.
She served as guard along with Garvey for Lieutenant Commander Data following his odd behavior and his attack on Counselor Troi in a turbolift. Later, she guarded the holodeck where La Forge connected Data with the computer. (TNG: "Phantasms")
This recurring security officer was played by actress Mary Thompson, who received no credit for her appearances.
This operations division officer witnessed the malfunctions of the holodeck in a corridor. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")
He was on duty in main engineering when the Velara III lifeform took over control of the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Home Soil")
He was working on the bridge when the crew rescued Klingon fugitives. Later, he was part of Lieutenant Yar's security team who arrested the Klingons and brought them into the holding cells. (TNG: "Heart of Glory")
This recurring operations division officer was played by an unknown actor.
This operations division Starfleet officer was the father of a child aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364.
He passed Commander Riker and Harry Bernard in a corridor shortly after Harry bumped into Riker and watched Harry from above. He later took part in a meeting in the observation lounge when his child was kidnapped by the Aldeans. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")
This security crewman was assigned to the security team that confronted the Borg in main engineering in 2365. He was thrown through the room and against a wall when he tried to stop the Borg drone. (TNG: "Q Who")
He was assigned to the security team in 2368, led by Worf, which was ordered to Ten Forward. After they arrived at Ten Forward they had a shootout with Deanna Troi, Miles O'Brien, and Data who were possessed by Ux-Malterrorists. During it he was hit by a phaser shot and fell on a table. Later he was among the wounded crewmembers who were brought to sickbay by a medical team. (TNG: "Power Play")
He was one of the security officers guarding the fugitive Roga Danar while being held in the holding cell aboard the ship. He witnessed the escape of Danar while being transported aboard the Angosian police shuttle. (TNG: "The Hunted")
He was part of the security team which welcomed Roga Danar aboard the Enterprise-D and was attacked by Danar. He was thrown over the transporter platform and tried to keep him. The fight ended in the corridor in front of the transporter room, where Danar injured his right arm. (TNG: "The Hunted")
He was also one of the security officers who were stopped by a force field when Data hijacked the Enterprise-D and went from the bridge to the next transporter room. (TNG: "Brothers")
He was part of a security detachment sent to Ten Forward when the crew was experiencing lack of REM sleep. (TNG: "Night Terrors")
This security officer led the security team which should welcome the AngosiansoldierRoga Danar on board the Enterprise-D in 2366. When Danar attacked the security team he knocked this officer out, who tried to overwhelm him. (TNG: "The Hunted")
The security officer was played by stunt actor John Gillespie, who received no credit for his appearance, although he had dialogue.
This security officer was standing guard in the holding cell area aboard the Enterprise-D in 2366 when the imprisoned Roga Danar was prepared to be beamed aboard an Angosian police shuttle. He was unable to stop Danar who escaped while being beamed. (TNG: "The Hunted")
This security officer was part of Lieutenant Worf's security team which tried to imprison the fugitive Roga Danar following his escape from the Enterprise-D's brig. Together with Lieutenant Worf he stopped a turbolift but only found a phaser which was moments before overloading. Later he accompanied Worf to a cargo bay where the Klingon was surprised by Danar and the other security officers were trapped outside the cargo bay. (TNG: "The Hunted")
He was standing guard on the bridge of the Enterprise-D in an alternate timeline, created when the Enterprise-C traveled forward through time. (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")
These three security officers were part of the security teams which tried to stop Lieutenant Commander Data after the android hijacked the Enterprise-D and tried to beam to the surface of Terlina III. They were knocked down by force fields. (TNG: "Brothers")
Later that year, she was part of Lieutenant Worf's security team which tried to stop Lieutenant Commander Data in front of the transporter room after he hijacked the Enterprise-D in 2367. The security team had to stay back because of a force field Data created. (TNG: "Brothers")
This security officer was portrayed by background actress Carrie Henger, who received no credit for her appearances.
He was present in Ten Forward when Lwaxana Troi found Timicin there, sitting at a table and when Dr. Crusher talked to Counselor Troi about her feelings for Odan. (TNG: "Half a Life", "The Host")
He was sitting at the bar in Ten Forward and watched how Geordi La Forge dumped his drink over Miles O'Brien. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye") He was also in Ten Forward listening to the woodwind quintet concert late in 2367. (TNG: "In Theory")
He was one of the crewmembers who stood in the row between the turbolift and the transporter room to bid farewell to Worf who left the ship to fight in the Klingon Civil War. (TNG: "Redemption")
He was part of the security team aboard the Enterprise-D in 2368 which guarded the BorgHugh in its detention cell. At order of Lieutenant Worf he lowered and brought the force field back online. (TNG: "I Borg")
This security officer was played by recurring background actor Bill E. Rogers, who received no credit for his appearances.
This security officer was hit by a Lenarian weapon while guarding Captain Picard during a conference. He was beamed aboard the Enterprise-D with the rest of the away team and was supported by Ensign Kellogg. (TNG: "Tapestry")
This security officer was part of the security team which accompanied Commander Riker to Lieutenant Worf's quarters after the Klingon did not show up for duty and no communication with him was possible. (TNG: "Rightful Heir")
This Starfleet security officer was part of the security team which accompanied Worf to deck 10 after Data found the source for the power drain there. She was ordered by Worf to scan the deck for the malfunction. (TNG: "Homeward")
These two security officers guarded the quarters of Lieutenant Commander Data in 2370 when the android was taken over by several D'Arsay personalities. When Data was taken over by Masaka and left his quarters he knocked both security guards unconscious. (TNG: "Masks")
This female operations division officer served as a security officer and engineering officer aboard the Enterprise-D following its launch in 2364.
She was on duty in main engineering when the ship headed to Deneb IV. Later she was one of two security officers who tried to leave the turbolift to stop Q but was stopped by a force field. She was also one of the crewmembers who visited the mall at Farpoint Station. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")
This technician and two fellow crewmembers shared a drink in Ten Forward when a doppelgänger of Captain Picard started to sing. All three crewmembers started to sing with him not knowing that this wasn't their captain. (TNG: "Allegiance")
In 2369, this crewmember was working in cargo bay 4, together with two other crewmembers, when internal sensors reported a massive EM explosion in the cargo bay. When a medical team went to check on the crewmen, it turned out that the sensors had malfunctioned and that the three men were not harmed. (TNG: "Schisms")
This operations division officer served as security officer and transporter operator aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364.
He was working in main engineering when the ship went to Deneb IV and was one of the security officers called to the bridge when Q appeared. He was imprisoned in the turbolift by Q's force field. He was again working in engineering shortly after this and talking to a Vulcan officer. He was back on the bridge when Lieutenant junior gradeWorf took command over the saucer section. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")
He suspiciously eyed his fellow crewmembers in main engineering when they were affected by the polywater intoxication and Wesley Crusher took over command of the starship. (TNG: "The Naked Now")
The same year he served as transporter operator in the cargo bay and beamed the Ligonian delegation aboard. (TNG: "Code of Honor")
He cared for a boy and got a blanket by Counselor Troi when the crew was forced to gather in several quarters and the life support system went down. (TNG: "The Last Outpost")
He was one of Tasha Yar's security officers who were called to arrest the Klingons Korris and Konmel and brought them to a holding cell. He was also called to main engineering and witnessed how Worf shot Korris who fell to death. (TNG: "Heart of Glory")
This transporter chief contacted the bridge to inform Captain Picard that two persons are ready to be beamed aboard the ship from the USS Fearless. When Commander Riker and Lieutenant Commander Argyle joined him in the transporter room he beamed Kosinski and the Traveler aboard. (TNG: "Where No One Has Gone Before")
He also answered Captain Picard's call for the transporter chief and was ordered to beam the EdoRivan immediately back to the surface of Rubicun III. He was unable and reported that he could not energize the beam although everything checked out but without results. He was able to beam Rivan down after Picard attached his communicator to the Edo. (TNG: "Justice")
This Starfleet officer served as transporter chief in late 2364 while the Enterprise-D was in orbit of Velara III. Commander Riker contacted the transporter room to let the "microbrain" lifeform beam back to the surface of the planet. The transporter officer responded to Riker "Coordinates entered, sir." and beamed the lifeform then back to the planet. (TNG: "Home Soil")
He also reported to Captain Picard the same year that he was unable to get a lock on Commander Riker who was capsuled on the surface of Minos. (TNG: "The Arsenal of Freedom")
This female Starfleet operations division officer served as transporter operator in 2364. She beamed AdmiralGregory Quinn from the Enterprise-D following his visit aboard the ship. (TNG: "Coming of Age")
He served as transporter operator in 2366 and beamed the Romulan defector Admiral Alidar Jarok aboard the Enterprise-D. He previously acknowledged an order from Captain Picard to stand by. (TNG: "The Defector")
Off duty he visited Ten Forward while Q was aboard the ship. (TNG: "Deja Q")
He walked past Commander Riker and Captain Picard on their way to the transporter room to welcome Commander Kurn aboard the ship. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")
This transporter officer was played by an unknown actor. His voice which was previously heard over com in "The Defector" was voiced by an other unknown actor.
This Starfleet officer served as transporter technician on board the Enterprise-D in 2366. She beamed CommanderKurn aboard, who participated in a Klingon Federation officer exchange program. (TNG: "Sins of the Father")