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The following is a list of unnamed Vulcans from the 24th century.


A Vulcan archaeologist

In 2367, a Vulcan archaeologist was on the Federation Archaeology Council and attended Captain Picard's lecture about the ruins of Tagus III aboard the USS Enterprise-D. He also attended the banquet in Ten Forward and talked to Picard. This conversation was interrupted by Vash. (TNG: "Qpid")

This Vulcan was played by an actor with the last name Byron, who filmed his scenes on Friday 8 February 1991 on Paramount Stage 8.
His costume was previously worn by actor William Denis as Ki Mendrossen in the episode "Sarek".

Children's choir

These children sang to welcome USS Voyager home in 2390 of an alternate timeline. Harry Kim recalled the event when asked to by The Doctor. (VOY: "Timeless")

These children were only mentioned in dialogue.


In 2373, this diplomat told a group of Orion free traders the news about the non-aggression pact between the Dominion and the Romulan Star Empire. (DS9: "Call to Arms")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Long range shuttle passengers

In 2380, two armed Vulcan men aboard a long range shuttle were nerve pinched by Sam Rutherford, their robes and shuttle stolen by a team from the USS Cerritos that also included Shaxs and Andy Billups during a mission to a museum on Vulcan. Shaxs referred to the two as "Spock and Spock." Shaxs, Billups, and Rutherford parachuted out of the shuttle as it was entering the atmosphere. (LD: "Veritas")


This master sold Tuvok a meditation lamp in 2368, doubling the price when he saw Tuvok and Kathryn Janeway's Starfleet insignias. When Janeway told Kes about it in 2374, the Ocampa stated that she was sure it was the logical thing to do. (VOY: "The Gift")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mirror universe inhabitants

Racquetball player

This racquetball player was Julian Bashir's finals opponent in the Sector Championships as team captain at Starfleet Medical Academy in 2368.

Bashir recalled the game to Miles O'Brien, upon revealing his history with the sport, expressing how impressed he was with the Vulcan opponent's stamina, and that "I don't think he ever actually broke a sweat." Bashir ultimately beat his opponent with "a back wall riser shot." (DS9: "Rivals")

This opponent was only mentioned in dialogue.

Risa visitor

A Vulcan on Risa in 2366

In 2366, this female was on vacation on Risa while Captain Jean-Luc Picard took shore leave on the planet. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")

This Vulcan was played by an unknown actress.

Ronara bar patrons

These two patrons had a drink in a bar on Ronara Prime in the Demilitarized Zone in 2370 when Ro Laren was on an undercover mission to infiltrate the Maquis. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")


These three scientists checked and equipped the Jellyfish prior to its launch. (Star Trek)

All three Vulcans were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances. They can be seen during a flashback while Spock performed the Vulcan mind meld with Kirk on Delta Vega.

Sek's mate

This female mated with Sek and produced a daughter, T'Meni. (VOY: "Hunters")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Starfleet personnel

Vulcans who were in Starfleet have their information listed under Starfleet personnel articles

Exceptions to this are the predominantly Vulcan crews from:

Trade Agreements Conference attendee

A Vulcan attending a conference

This female was attending the Trade Agreements Conference on Betazed in 2366, as well as the reception in Ten Forward on the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Ménage à Troi")

This Vulcan was portrayed by an unknown actress.

Tulgana IV Vulcans

Two Vulcans on Tulgana IV

These two Vulcans were in the shuttle landing area of "Little Qo'noS" on Tulgana IV in 2380 when the Yosemite took off under the control of General K'orin. (LD: "Envoys")

Tuvok and T'Pel's middle sons

The middle sons of Tuvok and T'Pel, younger brothers to Sek, and elder brothers of Asil. (VOY: "Elogium")

Tuvok noted that his wife was in labor with their third child for ninety six hours. (VOY: "Deadlock")

The youngest son was fond of the song "Falor's Journey" and often asked his father to play it on his lute. (VOY: "Innocence")

These Vulcans were only mentioned in dialogue.
Their names are given in non-canon sources as Varith (β) and Elieth (β).

T'Vran captain

Volan III inhabitant

Vorik's mate

This female was chosen to be Vorik's mate.

In 2373, when B'Elanna Torres attempted to deflect his marriage proposal by asking if he already had somebody, he explained that due to his being lost with USS Voyager, she had most likely chosen another mate. (VOY: "Blood Fever")

This Vulcan was only mentioned in dialogue.
The Distant Shores short story "Letting Go" gives her name as Selmar (β).

Vulcan Council members

These two members of the Vulcan Council agreed that Spock should pilot the Jellyfish and fire the red matter into the supernova to save Romulus in 2387. (Star Trek)

Both Vulcans were played by background performers who can be seen during a flashback while Spock performed the mind meld with Kirk on Delta Vega.

Wedding attendees

These civilians attended the wedding of William Riker and Deanna Troi in 2379.

While the crowd laughed at best man Jean-Luc Picard's toast, the female, who sat behind Guinan, kept her unemotional face.

The first male civilian sat next to the female Vulcan, while the second male civilian, who was somewhat taller with lighter hair, sat alone. (Star Trek Nemesis)

The dress she wore to the wedding is a reuse of the Vulcan dress worn by Doctor T'Pan in TNG: "Suspicions".
The character played by stand-in Dieter Hornemann, may also be the "real" Lieutenant Kinis, a character portrayed by Hornemann in "In the Flesh".
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