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Antos was a Bajoran Vedek.
He was played by Philip Anglim.

Bareil becomes romantically involved with Major Kira Nerys of the Deep Space Nine space station. He runs against Vedek Winn Adami for the role of Kai, but is forced to drop out to protect the reputation of the previous Kai, Opaka. Bareil is injured in a shuttle explosion, and Dr. Julian Bashir has to replace his failing organs with cybernetics so that he can continue to advise Winn in negotiations with the Cardassians. His continued efforts in this weakened state cause brain damage, and eventually his death.

In the mirror universe, Bareil Antos is a petty thief who is close to the alternate Kira. He leaves his universe in a foiled attempt to steal an orb.


Brunt is a liquidator with the Ferengi Commerce Authority (FCA),
portrayed by Jeffrey Combs.

He is the nemesis of Quark, who he perceives as a threat to the Ferengi way of life, and often attempts to either destroy him or supplant Grand Nagus Zek (although at one time, he did help Quark rescue Ishka from the Dominion). By sharp contrast, his mirror universe counterpart was a very friendly and congenial person, with unrequited feelings for his universe's Ezri Tigan, who ended up being murdered by the Intendant (mirror-Kira Nerys).

Brunt (or his counterpart) appeared in eight episodes beginning with Season Three's "Family Business."

Combs has described Brunt as "the IRS guy from Hell".


Kimara Cretak is a representative of the Romulan empire.

for a short time aboard Deep Space Nine. She is accused of treason against the Star empire and imprisoned in the episode "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges." Kimara Cretak was first portrayed by Megan Cole in "Image in the Sand" and "Shadows and Symbols," and Adrienne Barbeau in "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges."


Damar is a Cardassian military officer
portrayed by Casey Biggs.

As a glinn, he served under Gul Dukat aboard the freighter Groumall, and later as Legate Dukat's aide when the Cardassian Union joined the Dominion and then captured Deep Space Nine. As the Federation re-took the station, Damar learned that Tora Ziyal had been helping Kira and others undermine them and promptly killed her. This earned him personal enmity from Kira. After Dukat's subsequent mental breakdown following his daughter's death, Damar was promoted to gul, and later to legate. As leader, he learned that the Dominion was merely using the Cardassians as pawns in its effort to conquer the Alpha Quadrant, so he switched sides and encouraged his people to fight the Dominion. As leader of the new Cardassian rebellion, he had to accept Federation aid and advice from a "Starfleet advisor," Commander Kira Nerys. In his struggles as a resistance fighter, particularly when his wife and child were taken and killed by the Dominion, he came to understand the Bajoran perspective during Cardassia's occupation of Bajor. While fighting beside Commander Kira and Elim Garak in a final push to retake Cardassia Prime, Damar was killed in action.

Damar appeared in 23 episodes beginning with Season Four's "Return to Grace."


Dax is a Trill symbiont, that has been "joined" to nine humanoid Trills:

Lela Dax. Tobin Dax. Emony Dax. Audrid Dax. Torias Dax. Joran Dax. Curzon Dax. Jadzia Dax. Ezri Dax, Other Dax hosts were: Verad Dax & Yedrin Dax.


Michael Eddington was a Starfleet security officer holding the rank of lieutenant commander.

He was stationed on Deep Space Nine by Starfleet due to their lack of complete trust in Odo. Following orders from a Starfleet admiral, he sabotaged the Defiant's cloaking system when Captain Sisko defied orders by taking the ship on a mission to the Gamma Quadrant. On another occasion he was instrumental in helping recover the command staff when, while beaming back to the station, their neural patterns were stored in the station computer and their physical forms were placed in a holosuite program. He later defected to the Maquis after working for them to steal several industrial grade replicators destined for the Cardassian Union. He likened himself and Sisko to characters from Les Miserables ("Jean Valjean" and "Javert", respectively), but was eventually captured and imprisoned. He later died fighting alongside Sisko in a successful attempt to rescue survivors of his Maquis colony from the Jem'Hadar.

Michael Eddington was portrayed by Kenneth Marshall in nine episodes, beginning with Season Three's "The Search, Part I".


Vic Fontaine is a holographic entertainer appearing in a program run in one of Quark's holosuites on the space station Deep Space Nine.
He is played by James Darren.

Created by a holoprogrammer named Felix, Vic works as a Rat Pack style crooner in an idealized version of 1960s Las Vegas. He is charismatic and extremely perceptive. He is used as an informal counselor by crew-members of Deep Space Nine, and he takes it upon himself to get Odo and Kira together romantically, by giving Odo lessons on how to relax around women so that he can be more expressive around Kira. His program is altered by a "Jack in the box" created by Felix to keep things interesting in the episode "Badda-Bing Badda-Bang." This threatens Vic's holographic existence but intervention by the crew saves him.

A rarity among holographic characters, Vic is self-aware and knows he is a hologram (as do the Emergency Medical Hologram and Professor Moriarty). Like the Doctor, Vic has the ability to turn his own program on and off. After Vic helps Nog deal with a traumatic battlefield experience, Nog arranges for Vic's program to run constantly so that Vic can experience a full life within his holodeck environment.

Originally the role of Vic was offered to Frank Sinatra, Jr., but he turned it down, as he only wanted to play an alien.

The songs that Fontaine sings on Deep Space Nine are on the James Darren album This One's from the Heart. One song not on the album is "The Alamo," which he sings to Dr. Bashir and Chief O'Brien right before they are going to replay the Alamo battle in the Holosuites.


Ishka is played once by Andrea Martin and four times by Cecily Adams.

Often referred to as "Moogie," she is the widow of Keldar, mother of Quark and Rom and grandmother of Nog. An unorthodox Ferengi female, she flouts Ferengi law by wearing clothes and earning profit, much to the consternation of Quark who incurs the wrath of the FCA for her deeds. She became involved with Grand Nagus Zek, first serving as a power-behind-the-throne financial advisor, then influencing him toward instituting societal reforms, such as allowing Ferengi women to wear clothes and earn profit, and finally recommending her son Rom as Zek's successor when he retired as Grand Nagus. At one point she was kidnapped by the Dominion and used for prisoner exchange with a Federation-held Vorta.

Ishka appeared in five episodes beginning with Season Three's "Family Business."


Leeta is a recurring character on Deep Space Nine.
portrayed by Chase Masterson.

She is a Bajoran employed as a Dabo girl in Quark's bar. After a brief romantic relationship with Julian Bashir, she married Rom and therefore ended the series as First Lady of Ferenginar. Her defining characteristics are her short red hair, voluptuous figure, and breathy little girl voice.

Although initially played as a stereotypical "airhead", over the course of the series it was revealed that she was in fact an intelligent woman who chose to maintain a carefree attitude. She was a ringleader when Quark's employees attempted to start a union, and also volunteered to play temporary host to one of Jadzia Dax's former personalities. She once explained that Dabo girls actually have to be good at math, to ensure that the house always makes a profit.

Unlike most Bajoran characters, Leeta was never given a family name. The (non-canon) novels explain that this is because she was brought up in an orphanage during the Bajoran Occupation, and does not have a family name.


played by Julianna McCarthy.

for over three decades the housekeeper of Enabran Tain, the head of the Obsidian Order. Possibly, during their time together, Tain and Mila had a child, whom they named Elim Garak. Due to Tain's position, it was decided to hide the fact that he was Garak's father. No confession from Tain, Mila, or Garak were made supporting this, but Garak does treat Mila as a mother as it is most likely that she was the only such figure in his life. In 2371, Tain considered having Mila killed because she knew too much about him. However, he did not go through with her execution. She was killed by Jem'Hadar soldiers on the eve of Cardassia's liberation from the Dominion. She appeared in several episodes as well as in the novel A Stitch in Time by Andrew J. Robinson.


Doctor Mora Pol was the Bajoran scientist.

was assigned to study the Changeling who would become known as Odo. Mora studied and taught Odo at the Bajoran Center for Science during the Occupation of Bajor from 2358–2365. When Odo assumed the shape of a humanoid, he imitated Mora's hairstyle.

Odo initially resented Mora for failing to realize he was sentient. Under pressure from the Cardassians to get answers and not fully understanding what he was dealing with, Mora used some questionable methods in his experiments. Odo left the institute two years later. They would not reconcile their differences until 2373, when Mora arrived on Deep Space Nine to assist Odo in treating an infant changeling.

Mora Pol was played by actor James Sloyan.


played by Mark Allen Shepherd.

He is a Lurian male and the only member of his species seen in Star Trek. According ...

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