List of unnamed Vorta.

Advisor Edit

This advisor worked with Cardassian Glinn Lasaran on Cardassia Prime.

In 2374, according to Lasaran, "The Vorta advisor here is getting suspicious" that someone there was an Federation informant. He continued that, he was "Asking questions. Making a lot of "routine" security checks in my section," forcing Lasaran to believe that he was soon to be discovered, and wished to defect to the Federation. (DS9: "Change of Heart")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Assistants Edit

These assistants, one female and one male, aided Borath during the Dominions virtual interrogation of the crew of the USS Defiant in a cave on the Founders' homeworld in early 2371. (DS9: "The Search, Part II")

Doctors Edit

These doctors were assigned to discover a cure for the morphogenic virus that was affect the Changelings.

In late 2375, the Female Changeling ordered that their work be documented and to then have them eliminated after not finding a cure, before further requesting that Weyoun activate their clones, hoping for a "fresh perspective". (DS9: "Penumbra")

These doctors were only mentioned in dialogue.

Facilitators Edit

In accordance with the non-aggression pact signed between the Dominion and the Bajorans in later 2373, a group of four hundred facilitators later visited Bajor, in early 2374 to help provide technical assistance. These Vorta were unarmed and unaccompanied from any Jem'Hadar soldiers.

Many Bajoran critics, including Vedek Yassim viewed Bajor's acceptance of this group as the first step toward a Dominion military occupation. (DS9: "Rocks and Shoals")

These facilitators were only mentioned in dialogue.

Field supervisor Edit

In 2373, this field supervisor was on a Jem'Hadar attack ship that crashed on Torga IV, after the ship's inertial dampers failed. Worf, Jadzia Dax and T'Lor later buried the Vorta over a ridge near the crash site. (DS9: "The Ship")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
According to the script of the episode, this was a female Vorta who was to be seen lying dead on the ceiling of the Jem'Hadar ship. In the finished episode, she doesn't appear however.

Official 1 Edit

This official accompanied Gul Revok to inspect the aftermath of the Dominion's slaughter of Cardassians loyal to the Rebellion on Cardassia Prime in late 2375. (DS9: "The Dogs of War")

He was later an attendee who arrived at Deep Space 9 and was present when the Female Changeling signed the Treaty of Bajor. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

This Vorta was played by regular background actor Mark Major who received no credit for this appearance. The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Tholun.
In "The Dogs of War" he was referred to in the script as a "N.D. Vorta".
The costume worn by Major in "What You Leave Behind" was originally made for wear by Iggy Pop as Yelgrun in "The Magnificent Ferengi", but Pop ended up wearing a different costume in that episode than intended. Two of the costumes themselves were later sold off in the It's A Wrap! sale and auction for US$665.00 and $1,224.99, respectively, and still featured name tags reading "Iggy pop". [1] [2]

Official 2 Edit

Vorta on DS9 in 2375 2

A Vorta

This attendee was on Deep Space 9 when the Treaty of Bajor was signed. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

This Vorta was uncredited played by regular extra and stand-in Keith Rayve.

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