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This is a list of unnamed holograms, as created by different species and presumably different, yet similar, technologies.


Species 5618

A male member of Species 5618

The Borg used a hologram to depict Species 5618, which was the designation given by the Borg Collective to the Human species. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

This holographic individual was played by an unknown actor.



A holographic Borg

This Borg drone was part of Commander Reginald Barclay's class at Starfleet Academy in 2404. He made this hologram for his cadets when guest speaker Admiral Kathryn Janeway visited his class. (VOY: "Endgame")

This holographic Borg was played by an unknown actor.

Borg in combat simulation

Twelve holographic Borg drones

Twelve holographic Borg drones were used as part of Lieutenant Shaxs' Combat Simulation Smorgasborg holoprogram.

In 2380, Shaxs put Ensign Sam Rutherford through the program to test his suitability for the security team of the USS Cerritos. (LD: "Envoys")

Cerritos bridge crew

The Cerritos bridge crew was seen in two holoprograms run by Jack Ransom: Command Trainer 43 and Command Trainer 4. (LD: "Envoys")


A holographic recreation of the Adashake Center

Several holographic Orions were seen in a recreation of Orion's Adashake Center on the holodeck of the USS Cerritos in 2380. (LD: "Second Contact")

Tarlac masseuse

A holographic Tarlac

The Doctor took the form of this holographic Tarlac masseuse in 2376, when he tried to diagnose Doctor Lewis Zimmerman. (VOY: "Life Line")

This Tarlac was played by featured actress Nichole McAuley, who received no credit for this appearance.

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Stardust City dancer

A holographic dancer

In 2399, an advertisement in Stardust City on the planet Freecloud featured a dancing woman. (PIC: "Stardust City Rag")

This holographic dancer was played by an unknown actress.



The Kradin commandant

The Kradin commandant was a photometric projection in a training/recruiting simulation by the Vori Defense Contingent. In this simulation, the commandant and his soldiers attacked the Larhana settlement of the Vori and brought the ill and elderly people to the extermination facility. The commandant and two of his soldiers surprised Commander Chakotay, who witnessed this from outside the settlement.

In the settlement, the commandant ordered to bring Karya to the extermination facility, too because "the pretty one", how he named her, was loud and asked to spare her grandfather, Penno. Chakotay attacked him before he was knocked out by one of the guards. (VOY: "Nemesis")

The photometric projection of the Krenim commandant was one of the violent thoughts, the Mari Guill extracted from Tuvok's mind in 2374. (VOY: "Random Thoughts")

The commandant was played by actor Peter Vogt and his stunt double Paul E. Short. Vogt filmed his scenes on Monday 23 June 1997 and Tuesday 24 June 1997 on location at the Warner Bros. backlot.
His boots and his jacket were previously used as costume parts of the Mokra Oder soldiers in the episode "Resistance" and were later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2]
Footage of Vogt from "Nemesis" was later re-used for the episode "Random Thoughts".


These two photometric projections of Kradin commandos attacked Commander Chakotay and the Vori soldier Namon while the two were searching for the debris of Chakotay's shuttlecraft. Namon was killed but Chakotay was able to kill one of the Kradin. The second Kradin commando was then killed by Brone and his fourth Vori Defense Contingent. (VOY: "Nemesis")

These two Kradin were played by regular stunt performers Chuck Borden and Tom Morga.
They filmed these scenes on Thursday 26 June 1997 on Paramount Stage 16.


A Kradin soldier

This photometric projection of a Kradin soldier addressed Chakotay by name after his Vori Defense Contingent was nullified. He told Chakotay that the whole situation was not real and that he would bring him back aboard the Voyager. In reality, this soldier was Tuvok, who accompanied a Kradin contingent to rescue Chakotay. During their talk, Chakotay saw Tuvok and the Kradin soldier disappeared. (VOY: "Nemesis")

This Kradin soldier was played by actor Pancho Demmings.
He filmed his scenes on Wednesday 25 June 1997 on Paramount Stage 16 and during second unit on Tuesday 29 July 1997 on Paramount Stage 9.


These photometric projections of Kradin soldiers appeared under the command of the Kradin commandant. They attacked the Larhana settlement, and escorted the ill and elderly Vori to the extermination facility. One of the soldiers was attacked by Chakotay when he tried to stop the transport. Chakotay then also attacked the Kradin commandant, but was knocked out by another soldier. (VOY: "Nemesis")

Chuck Borden behind the scenes

These four soldiers were played by two stunt actors and two background actors. They filmed their scenes on Thursday 19 June 1997, Monday 23 June 1997, Tuesday 24 June 1997, Wednesday 25 June 1997, and Thursday 26 June 1997 on Paramount Stage 16 and on location at the Warner Bros. backlot.



A holographic Minosian peddler

The Minosian peddler was an automated sales-pitchman for the Minosian Arms Industry of the planet Minos, who were noted for technologically advanced weaponry, an example of which was the Echo Papa 607. The salesman promised good deals and promised peace through superior firepower.

At first the USS Enterprise-D crew believed him to be real. They soon realized that it was a pre-recorded holographic message, and that the Minosian civilization had been wiped out by their own weapons. (TNG: "The Arsenal of Freedom")

The Minosian peddler was played by actor Vincent Schiavelli.



These three Nuu'Bari holograms were primitive holograms employed as laborers aboard a Nuu'Bari mining vessel in 2377.

After Iden delivered them from the Nuu'Bari mining vessel, he wanted them to join his rebellion, but the first hologram only asked for input. Iden was unhappy to learn that they were non-sentient holograms and had very low matrices that could not be enhanced. (VOY: "Flesh and Blood")

Two of the holograms were played by background actors who received no credit for their appearance.
Two of their costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3] [4] [5]


Qomar singing holographic matrix

The Qomar singing holograpic matrix

The Qomar singing holographic matrix was a hologram created in 2376 by Tincoo, a Qomar mathematician. She was inspired to create the hologram by The Doctor.

The hologram shared the same appearance of The Doctor, with the difference of looking like a Qomar, instead of a Human. It was designed to sing far more complex musical compositions than The Doctor was capable of. Specifically, it was designed to extend the range of humanoid vocal capabilities, to the extent that The Doctor would have only been able to match its range by deleting some of his medical databases to create additional space in his matrix. (VOY: "Virtuoso")

The Qomar singing holographic matrix was portrayed by Robert Picardo and his photo double J.R. Quinonez.
The costumes of Picardo and Quinonez were later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [6] [7]

Think Tank

Malon hologram

A Malon hologram

The Malon hologram was a ruse by "Think Tank" member Kurros in 2375 to disguise himself and trick the Hazari into believing that they were hired by the Malon to capture the USS Voyager.

Captain Kathryn Janeway discovered an isomorphic signature embedded in the hologram giving the true appearance of the individual who placed the bounty on Voyager, Kurros. (VOY: "Think Tank")

This Malon hologram was played by actor Walter Altman who filmed his scene on Thursday 7 January 1999 on Paramount Stage 9. He is listed as "Malon Man" on the call sheet.



These five photometric projections of Vori commandos were part of the fourth Vori Defense Contingent, led by team leader Brone. Rafin and Namon were also among the fourth contingent commandos. They found Commander Chakotay in the forest and took him with them. Later, they fought against several Kradin soldiers and were killed by the Kradin. (VOY: "Nemesis")

The background actors filmed their scenes on Wednesday 18 June 1997, Friday 20 June 1997, and Thursday 26 June 1997 on Paramount Stage 16 and are listed as "Commandos" on the call sheets.
A costume worn by both, George Cambio and Egypt Thompson, was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [8]

Rafin's uncles

Rafin spoke to Chakotay of his uncles and brothers who were in the clash, and told him that "Risking [his] own days and nights to drive the nemesis from our sphere. That should be as easy as a long sleep." (VOY: "Nemesis")

Rafin's uncles were only mentioned in dialogue.

Scout walker

A dead soldier

This Vori was part of the psychological conditioning and training illusion Commander Chakotay experienced in 2374. He was found neck-strapped on the ground in the forest by night, upturned to deny his entrance to the Gloried Way After. According to Brone, he was a scout walker for the seventh contingent. (VOY: "Nemesis")

This Vori was played by recurring background actor Mark Major, who filmed his scene on 18 June 1997 at Paramount Stage 16.


These photometric projections of Vori villagers lived in the Larhana settlement when Commander Chakotay found the settlement. They cared for Chakotay until he left the settlement. When they were attacked by a group of Kradin soldiers, they took the elderly and ill Vori to an extermination facility including Penno and Karya.

After Chakotay was rescued by Tuvok, he learned that they all were photometric projections as he came to the settlement a second time but none of the villagers remembered him. (VOY: "Nemesis")

The villagers were played by background performers who filmed their scenes on Thursday 19 June 1997, Monday 23 June 1997, and Tuesday 24 June 1997 on Paramount Stage 16 and on location at the Warner Bros. backlot.
The last five pictured women were played by Mary Cervantez, Linda Bell, Linda Gucciardo, Angela Bertolino, and Michelle Butler.


Qo'noS program

Qo'noS surface

Qo'noS was recreated in a Xyrillian Holographic chamber. The Xyrillians promised to share their hologram technology, so the Klingons would not destroy the Xyrillian ship. (ENT: "Unexpected")

Qo'noS and the Klingons on the surface were computer-generated.

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Background information

There was at least one unnamed hologram in a deleted scene.


In a scene that was deleted from the final episode of "New Eden" in Star Trek: Discovery, a holographic teacher appeared.

The teacher was portrayed by Shaleen Mulvany, who was not credited for the part.

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