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Storyline

The Federation starship USS Voyager, chasing a band of Maquis rebels, enters the dangerous space nebula known as the Badlands. Both ships are transported by a distant space probe to the Delta Quadrant, 75,000 light-years from Federation space. Voyager's crew and the Maquis form an uneasy truce to rescue crewmen of both ships, kidnapped by the probe's builder, the powerful, dying Caretaker. The Maquis ship is destroyed in a battle with the warlike Kazons. To prevent a Kazon aggression against a helpless world, Voyager destroys the space probe. Without the probe, it will take 75 years for Voyager to travel back to Federation space. With the differences between them rendered meaningless by time and distance, The Federation and Maquis crews unite aboard Voyager. Together, they embark on their new mission: to boldly go - home.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 16, 1995

Also Known As: Звездный путь: Вояджер, VGR |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M, G), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

spacecraft
time warp
hologram
space travel

Company Credits

Production Co: Paramount Television, United Paramount Network (UPN)

Cast

Terry Correll
as Crewman/N.D. Crewmember
Annette Helde
as Takar
Cindy L. Howe
as Ocampa
John Gegenhuber
as Jal Surat/Tierna
Susan Diol
as Dr. Danara Pel
Lisa Kaminir
as Lillias
Craig Reed
as Damaged Male Borg/Humanoid Borg/Species 10026
Ryan Black
as Officer
Brent Hinkley
as Butch
Harve Presnell
as Colonel Q
Dwight Schultz
as Barclay/Lt. Reginald Barclay
Spencer Garrett
as Weiss
Ashley Edner
as Yun
Ed Trotta
as Pit
Deborah May
as Lyris
Robert Ito
as John Kim
Chad Haywood
as K'Kath
James Read
as Jaffen
Nancy Hower
as Ensign Samantha Wildman
Mark Rafael Truitt
as Yosa
Jim O'Heir
as Husband
Eric Steinberg
as Ankari
Ken Gruz
as Kurt Bendera
Ryan MacDonald
as Shopkeeper
Todd Jeffries
as Hirogen #1
David Starwalt
as Captain #2
Craig Appel
as Borg
Marley McClean
as Mezoti
Robin Michele Stewart
as Alixia
Jerry L. Quinn
as Starfleet Officer/Kazon-Ogla
Joe Mellis
as Young Soldier
Len Cariou
as Admiral Edward Janeway
Neil Maffin
as Ven
Sarah Rayne
as Elani
Michael Horton
as Kovin
Lori Petty
as Noss
Chuck Berch
as Big Street Vendor
Cindy Bohling
as Ocampa
Irving E. Lewis
as Kazon-Nistrim guard/Mokra Guard/Starfleet security officer
Bairbre Dowling
as Edith
Terrence Evans
as Ambassador Treen
Henry Darrow
as Kolopak
Daniel Dae Kim
as Astronaut - Gotana-Retz
Dianne Harper
as dead Prometheus officer
Mark Tobin
as Klingon
Amy Jo Traicoff
as T'Pera
Tony Carlin
as Physician
Cazimir Milostan
as Commando
Luigi Amodeo
as The Gigolo
Paris Themmen
as Fawning Fan
Pablo Espinosa
as Ocampa
James Greene
as Passerby
Scott Lawrence
as Garon
Brooke Benko
as Transporter N.D.
Joseph Ruskin
as Vulcan Master
Jake Sakson
as Adar
Coleman McClary
as Crewman/starfleet/Starfleet Crewman
Gavan O'Herlihy
as Maje Jabin
Michael Wiseman
as Beta-Hirogen
Wendy Schaal
as Charlene
Adolphus Hankins
as Starfleet Vice Admiral
Kelly Connell
as Sklar
Kristina Hayes
as Marci Collins
Ron Canada
as Fesek
Larry Drake
as Chellick
Musetta Vander
as Derran Tal
Healy Lange
as Brin's Family Member
Christopher Neame
as Unferth
Patrick Fabian
as Taymon
Timothy McNeil
as Miner #2
Gordon Simmons
as Drayan aide
Susan Savage
as Alien Woman
Richard Chaves
as Chief
William Morgan Sheppard
as Qatai
Bob Rudd
as Brell
Robert Pine
as Ambassador Liria
Clint Carmichael
as Hirogen Hunter
Charles Emmett
as Resh
Rod Arrants
as Vaskan Ambassador Daleth
Bob Clendenin
as Vidiian Surgeon
Robert Picardo
as The Doctor/Dr. Lewis Zimmerman/Equinox EMH/ECH/EMH Mark I
Kate Mulgrew
as Capt. Kathryn Janeway/Captain Jenkins/Shannon O'Donnell
Jeff Yagher
as Iden
John Walter Davis
as Merchant
Michael Shamus Wiles
as Captain Bosaal
Tracey Ellis
as Yifay
McKenzie Westmore
as Ensign Jenkins
Simon Stotler
as Starfleet Ensign
Jennifer Somers
as Science Division Officer
David Burke
as Steven Price
Ben Hisoler
as Starfleet Cadet
John K. Shull
as Brok'Tan/Commander Nocona/Medicine Man
Raphael Sbarge
as Michael Jonas
Randy Oglesby
as Kir
Alan Altshuld
as Lumas/Sandalmaker
Don Rutherford
as Socrates
Jack Shearer
as Adm. Hayes/Adm. Strickler
David Clennon
as Dr. Crell Moset
Jennifer Hammon
as Female N.D.
Ian Spelling
as Drayan Soldier
Cindy Katz
as Kejal
Earl Maddox
as Uxali Alien
Abdullah II King Of Jordan
as Science Divison Officer
J.R. Quinonez
as Doctor/Overlooker
Johnny Martin
as Valek
Michael Keenan
as Hrothgar
Mitchell R. Danton
as Ocampa
Gregory Itzin
as Dr. Dysek
Elliott James
as Nazi Soldier
Patrick Kilpatrick
as Assan/Razik
Ryan Spahn
as First
Noel De Souza
as Mahatma Gandhi
Nancy Bell
as Ensign Ahni Jetal
Randy Riener
as Young Tom Paris
Wade Williams
as Trajis Lo-Tarik
Melik Malkasian
as Shaman
Cully Fredricksen
as Dereth
Paul Sandman
as Healer
Alicia Coppola
as Lt. Stadi
Christine Harnos
as Tessa Omond
Henriette Ivanans
as Maggie/Maggie O'Halloran
Brian George
as Ambassador O'Zaal
Catherine MacNeal
as Crewman Mariah Henley
Peter Dennis
as Admiral Hendricks/Isaac Newton
Walter Smith
as Alien Townsperson/Starfleet Admiral
Olivia Birkelund
as Ensign Marla Gilmore
Erin Leigh Price
as Ensign Renlay Sharr/Young Captain Janeway
Marjorie Monaghan
as Freya
Ted Rooney
as Varn
Booth Colman
as Penno
Simon Billig
as Lt. Hogan
Leigh McCloskey
as Tieran
Geof Prysirr
as Hanjuan
Paul Robert Langdon
as Dean
Marshall R. Teague
as Haluk
Debi A. Monahan
as Adulteress
Christie McNew
as Movie Theater Patron
Richard Zobel
as Gaumen
Mimi Craven
as Jisa
Damara Reilly
as Alien Surgeon
Mark Daniel Cade
as Technician
Jeff Austin
as Allos
Alissa Kramer
as Jenny Delaney
David Lee Smith
as Zahir
Sherman Augustus
as Hij'Qa
Martin Rayner
as Dr. Chaotica
Talon Tears
as Excelsior Crewman
Carlos Palomino
as The Boxer
Michelle Agnew
as Scharn
Terry Lester
as Haron
Robert Axelrod
as Egrid
Robert Allen Colaizzi Jr.
as Dying Colonist
Brandon Nyte
as Borg Drone
Lindsey Parks
as Little Girl #2
John Schuck
as Chorus #2
Lindsey Ginter
as Saavedra
Carolyn Seymour
as Mrs. Templeton
Kaitlin Hopkins
as Dala
Michael Mahonen
as Brone
Glenn Walker Harris Jr.
as Jeffrey
Alexander Enberg
as Ensign Vorik/Third Malon Engineer
Brian McNamara
as Lieutenant William Chapman
Terrell Clayton
as Andrews/Crewman Andrews/Security Officer Andrews
Kevin Stillwell
as Moklor
Gwynyth Walsh
as Chief Examiner Nimira
Neil Vipond
as Kleg, Flying Instructor
Cyia Batten
as Irina
Carole Davis
as Giuseppina Pentangeli
Jennifer Gundy
as Ensign
Michael Cumpsty
as Lord Burleigh
Beverly Leech
as Dayla
Paul Williams
as Koru
Victor Bevine
as Security Guard
Bradley Pierce
as Jason Janeway
Mickey Cottrell
as Dumah
Symba
as Bar Dancer
Kevin McCorkle
as Alien Captain
Eugene Roche
as Jor Brel
Stephen Davies
as Nakahn
Joseph Campanella
as Federation Arbitrator
Joanna Heimbold
as Laura
Rachael Harris
as Martis
Steven Houska
as Chardis
Todd Babcock
as Ensign Mulcahey
Grace Harrell
as Ocampa
Leslie Hoffman
as Nakan Villager
Jason Alexander
as Kurros
Grant Garrison
as Cadet
Mary Anne McGarry
as Tabris
Kenny Morrison
as Crewman Gerron
Steven Rankin
as Night Alien
Ron Glass
as Loken
David Lewman
as Klingon guard
Lindsay Ridgeway
as Girl
Akemi Royer
as Med Tech
Christian Maguire
as Ryder
Sharisse Baker-Bernard
as Leosa
Kenneth Tigar
as Dammar
Douglas Spain
as Young Chakotay
Rebecca McFarland
as Talli
Pam Blackwell
as Dinaali Patient/Otrin's species alien
Kerry Hoyt
as Crewman Fitzpatrick/Crewman Grimes
Minh Collins
as Drayan Soldier
Andre Alexsen
as Lead Starfleet Crew Commander
Manu Intiraymi
as Icheb
Olaf Pooley
as Cleric
Charles Rocket
as Jippeq
John Fleck
as Abaddon
Erica Mer
as Human Girl
Joseph Palmas
as Antonio
Clay Storseth
as Alien Man
Cullen G. Chambers
as Ocampa
Jay Leggett
as Phlox
Lynn Meneses
as Sikirian
Ed Begley, Jr.
Garrett Wang
as Ensign Harry Kim/Ensign Kymble
Thomas Kopache
as Viorsa
Tom Miller
as Borg
Athena Massey
as Jessen
Gregory Sweeney
as Klingon Crewman
Mark Rogerson
as Brian Sofin/Devore Soldier
Shay Todd
as Holodeck Woman
Marie Caldare
as Azen
Albie Selznick
as Tak Tak/Tash
Tarik Ergin
as Lt. Ayala/Satan's Robot/Security Guard/Tactical N.D.
Nicole Fellows
as Elizabeth
Robert Tyler
as Joxom
John Cirigliano
as Alien #1
Angela Paton
as Aunt Adah
Mark Allen Shepherd
as Morn
Boris Lee Krutonog
as Helmsman Lojur
Larry Hankin
as Gaunt Gary
Neo Edmund
as Borg Drone
Tom Virtue
as Lt. Walter Baxter/Supervisor
Chris Covics
as Assistant
Janna Michaels
as Young Kes
Chase Penny
as Cabana Boy
Tiffany Taubman
as Tressa
Adrian Tafoya
as Krenim Officer/Alien Vendor/Dream Species Alien/Prisoner
Jeanette Miller
as The Woman
Louis Ortiz
as Ensign Culhane/Alien Excelsior crewman/Kazon-Pommar/Mikhal bar alien/Mokra Guard/Sakari/Voth/Yridian Bar Patron
Tim Russ
as Lt. Tuvok/Tulak/Tuvok
Thomas Dekker
as Henry Burleigh
Bruce McGill
as Captain Braxton
Paul Eckstein
as Young Hirogen/Alpha-Hirogen/Morak/Supervisor Yost
Alan Oppenheimer
as Nezu Ambassador
Joel Grey
as Caylem
Heather Young
as Sickbay N.D.
Richard McGonagle
as Commander Pete Harkins
Anthony Crivello
as Adin
Beans Morocco
as Rib
Christopher Shea
as Saowin
John Loprieno
as Obrist
Kate Vernon
as Cmdr. Valerie Archer
Jennifer Parsons
as Ocampan Nurse
Nancy Kaine
as Woman
Charles Esten
as Dathan
Concetta Tomei
as Minister Odala
Kevin Marshall Brady
as Guard
Donald R. Jankiewicz
as Hanon IV Native
Dan Shor
as Arridor
LeRoy D. Brazile
as Young Tuvok
Steven Dennis
as Crewman Thompson/Fennim/Night Alien/Onquanii
Pat Jankiewicz
as Hanon IV Native
Ray Wise
as Arturis
John Wilkie
as Hirogen Hunter/Hirogen
Nina Minton
as Frola Gegen
Rye
as Annika
Bruce French
as Ocampan Doctor
Louis Ferreira
as Trevis
Lemuel Perry
as Man with Sunglasses/Mikhal bar alien/Portage Creek Bar Patron
Danny Goldring
as Alpha Hirogen/Nazi Commandant
Richard Herd
as Adm. Owen Paris
Christopher Aguilar
as Andrew Kim
Keith Szarabajka
as Teero Anaydis
Bill Blair
as Armed Guard of Neelix/Jye Assistant Doctor
Irene Tsu
as Kim's Mother/Mary Kim
Michael Spound
as Lorrum
Tony Todd
as Alpha Hirogen
Kimble Jemison
as Engineer
Kurt Wetherill
as Azan
Tahj Mowry
as Corin
Ryan Bollman
as Donik
Frank Welker
as Alien Creature
Nikki Tyler-Flynn
as Annika Hansen's Mother/Mother
Becky Ann Baker
as Ritual Guide
Barton Tinapp
as Guard #1
Gregg Daniel
as Mobar
Michael Kagan
as Alien Commander
Carissa Hernandez
as Klingon
Ken Land
as Verin
Fleming Brooks
as Soldier One
Iris Bahr
as Female Cadet
Ian Meltzer
as Brax
Michael McFall
as Salvage Alien #1
Derek McGrath
as Chell/Crewman Chell
Christopher Clarke
as Lord Byron
Ken Lesco
as Kazon-Nistrim Guard
Deanna Brady
as Native Woman
Marva Hicks
as T'Pel
Marina Sirtis
as Counselor Deanna Troi
Erica Lynn Duncan
as Annika Hansen/Little Girl
Chuck Borden
as Swarm Alien
Jean-Luc Martin
as Big Head Sack Suit Guy
Andrei Sterling
as Annari Crewmember
Michael Rivkin
as Nunk
Jessica Collins
as Linnis Paris
John Rhys-Davies
as Leonardo da Vinci
Greg Poland
as Voyager Security Officer
Ransom Gates
as Crewman O'Donnell
Alan Scarfe
as Augris
L. Stachawiack
as Excelsior crewman
Robert Beltran
as Cmdr. Chakotay/Cmdr. Katanay
Christopher Carroll
as Alben
Lynne Burnett
as Romulan Officer
Brad Dourif
as Crewman Lon Suder
Anthony Holiday
as Nausicaan/Rulat
Frank Corsentino
as Gegis
Maria Spassoff
as Female Colonist
Lou Slaughter
as Command Division Officer/Ocampa
Marilyn Fox
as Marna
Steve Silverie
as Vaskan Spectator
John Rubinstein
as John Evansville
Jay Harrington
as Ravoc
Daniel Zacapa
as Astronomer
Michael Maguire
as Benaren
Walter H. McCready
as Tribal Alien
Carlos Carrasco
as Bahrat
Duffie McIntire
as Grace
Ian Abercrombie
as Abbot/Milo
Bobby Burns
as Frane
Jerry Sroka
as Laxeth
Brenda Jean
as Karyn Berlin
Anthony De Longis
as First Maje Culluh
Ned Romero
as Chakotay's Great-Grandfather
Debbie Grattan
as Wysanti
Armin Shimerman
as Quark
Randy Lowell
as Torat
Jeff Cadiente
as Borg/Kazon-Nistrim Guard/Loran
Lorinne Vozoff
as Irene Hansen
Matt Hanson
as Alien Relativity helmsman/Crewman James Morrow
Jonathan Frakes
as Cmdr. William Riker
Michael Reisz
as William Telfer
Lou Saliba
as Fawning Fan #2
Scott Leva
as Fredick
Lise Simms
as Annorax's Wife
Robert Duncan McNeill
as Lt. Tom Paris/Lt. Marseilles/Tom Paris
Don McManus
as Zio
Randall Bosley
as Ocampa
Kamala Lopez
as Tincoo
John Durbin
as Alien Miner
Susan Henley
as Ensign Brooks
Christopher Liam Moore
as Tova Veer/Unnamed Varro Alien
Jon Cellini
as Technician
Laura Interval
as Erin Hansen
Scott Lincoln
as Miner #1
Ron Robinson
as Sek
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery
as Crew Member
Angela Dohrmann
as Ricky
James Nardini
as Wixiban
Brad Greenquist
as Demmas
Vaughn Armstrong
as Alpha-Hirogen/Korath/Lansor/Telek R'Mor/Two of Nine/Vidiian Captain
Dakin Matthews
as Admiral Patterson
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
as Daelen
Bruce Bohne
as Ishan
Timothy Davis-Reed
as Kyrian Spectator
Amy Lindsay
as Lana
Tucker Smallwood
as Adm. Bullock
Wren T. Brown
as Kohlar
Jad Mager
as Ensign Tabor/Tabor
Wayne Pére
as Guill
Zach Galligan
as Ens. David Gentry
Andrew Hill Newman
as Jaret Otel
Scott MacDonald
as Rollins
David Anthony Marshall
as Father/Magnus Hansen, Annika's Father
Leslie Jordan
as Kol
Ron Ostrow
as Borg Drone
Dan Kern
as Kellan
Morgan H. Margolis
as Vaskan Rioter
Kim Rhodes
as Ensign Lyndsay Ballard/Jetlaya
Ray Xifo
as Abarca
Glenn Morshower
as Guard #1
Titus Welliver
as Lt. Cmdr. Maxwell Burke
Stephen Anthony Ralston
as Larg
Christopher Darga
as Y'Sek
John Rosenfeld
as Technician #1
Judson Scott
as Cmdr. Rekar
John Kassir
as Gar
James Noah
as Rislan
John Prosky
as Otrin
Jeremy Roberts
as Lt. Dimitri Valtane
Aron Eisenberg
as Kar
Stephen Rappaport
as Motura
Christinna Chauncey
as Level Blue Nurse
Tracee Cocco
as Kobheerian/Mokra homeworld alien/Nekrit alien
Keith Rayve
as Command Division Officer
Andrew Palmer
as Errant Drone
Obi Ndefo
as Protector
Shannon O'Hurley
as Programmer
Kristanna Loken
as Malia
Jeri Ryan
as Seven of Nine/Three of Eight/Two of Three
John Copage
as Science Division Officer
Jerome Butler
as General Korok
Phil Morris
as Lieutenant John Kelly
Janet Dey
as Alien Townsperson/Holographic Bar Patron/Vaskan Spectator
Brock Burnett
as Male N.D.
Patrick Kerr
as Bothan
Emily Leibovitch
as baby Naomi Wildman
Ronald Guttman
as Gathorel Labin
Keene Curtis
as Old Man #2
Shawn Cash
as Bead Selling Sikarian
Peter Vogt
as Commandant
Jeffrey Combs
as Penk
Galyn Görg
as Nori
Nicolas Surovy
as Pe'Nar Makull
Patricia Tallman
as Operations Division Officer/Taresian Woman
Rick Worthy
as Crewman Noah Lessing/3947/Cravic 122
Roger W. Morrissey
as Beta-Hirogen
Jack Axelrod
as Chorus #1
Joey Sakata
as Engineering N.D.
David Doty
as Nuu'Bari Miner
Alice Krige
as The Borg Queen
Scott Alan Smith
as Doyle
Vanessa Branch
as Adult Naomi Wildman
Julianne Christie
as Dexa
Gunnel Eriksson
as Operations Division Officer
Craig Richard Nelson
as Vaskan Arbiter
Kevin Grover
as Ancient Sky spirit
Kurtwood Smith
as Annorax
Steve Carnahan
as Operations Division Officer
Nicholas Worth
as Lonzak, Chaotica's Adjutant/Lonzak, Chaotica's adjutant
Brooks Bonstin
as Miner
Eric Ritter
as Yivel
Michael Wajacs
as Mari Spectator
Lindsey Haun
as Beatrice Burleigh/Belle
Robert Knepper
as Gaul
Nathan Anderson
as Namon
John Savage
as Captain Rudy Ransom
Trey King
as Bolian Waiter/Chez Sandrine Patron
Clay Hodges
as Benkaran Prisoner
Tony Amendola
as Chorus #3
David Keith Anderson
as Ensign Ashmore
Dian Van Patten
as Lt. Cmdr. Muhara
Charles Lucia
as Mabus
Gerrit Graham
as Quinn
Aric Rogokos
as Nyrian invader
Helen Wilson
as Caretaker
Jennifer Ferdinand
as Taresian Woman
James Saito
as Nogami
Richard Riehle
as Seamus Driscol
David Clover
as Vhnori
Ray Walston
as Boothby
Aaron Lustig
as Doctor
Joel Polis
as Ny Terla
Jay Karnes
as Lieutenant Ducane
Shepard Ross
as Ensign Murphy/Mokra Guard
Leland Orser
as Dejaren
Yvonne Suhor
as Eudana
Hudson O'Brien
as Crewmember
Barry Wiggins
as Policeman
Lee Arenberg
as Pelk
Brian Fitzpatrick
as Tedran, Kyrian Rebel Leader
Michael Fiske
as Garan Miner
Javier Grajeda
as Carl
Christine Delgado
as Lt. Susan Nicoletti
James Sloyan
as Ma'bor Jetrel
Jeffrey Alan Chandler
as Hatil
Paul Willson
as Loquar
Chad Halyard
as Hirogen #2
Kathleen Garrett
as Tanis
Dan Tirman
as Ensign O'Halloran
Christine Artecona-Cornell
as Takarian Female
Robert Joy
as Yerid
Rosemary Morgan
as Piri
Cecile Callan
as Ptera
Michael Krawic
as Rhamin
Paul Scherrer
as Voje
Grace Lee Whitney
as Commander Janice Rand
Abdullah II of Jordan
Terrence Beasor
as Borg
Josh Clark
as Lt. Joe Carey
Tim DeZarn
as Haliz/Warden Yediq
Jonathan Breck
as Dying Borg
Christopher Canole
as Viking
Jeff Kober
as Iko
Tom Towles
as Dr. Vatm
J. Paul Boehmer
as German SS Officer/'One,' 29th-Century Borg Drone
Keely Sims
as Farmer's Daughter
J. Suzanne Rampe
as Kazon Ogla/Ocampa
Autumn Reeser
as Ventu Girl
Peter Hendrixson
as Klingon Hologram
Kimm Collinsworth
as Takarian Female #1
Michael Munoz
as Alien Boxer Trainer
Parley Baer
as Old Man #1
Eve Brenner
as Jora Mirell
Claire Rankin
as Alice
Rick Fitts
as Zahl
Charles Spector
as Talaxian Officer
Googy Gress
as The Overlooker
Kevin Tighe
as Henry Janeway
Carel Struycken
as Spectre
Dwayne Johnson
as The Champion
Susanna Thompson
as Borg Queen
Christopher Curry
as Automobile Driver
Suzie Plakson
as Female Q
Tom Morga
as Borg/Clown Guard/Crewman Carlson/Kazon-Nistrim/Kazon-Nistrim Guard/Minnis/Prisoner/Starfleet security officer/Viking
Jessica Gaona
as Young B'Elanna
Debbie David
as Lt. Russell/Frank Darwin
Robin Sachs
as General Valen
Jan Claire
as Frannie
Dennis Cockrum
as Orek
Wendy Speake
as Technician #2
Michael Bailey Smith
as Alien #1
Bahni Turpin
as Ensign Swinn/Swinn
Keythe Farley
as Vidiian #2
Virginia Madsen
as Kellin
Eric Howell Sharp
as Map Vendor
Ivar Brogger
as Barus/Orum
Steve Kehela
as Sutok
Kevin Finister
as San Francisco Citizen
Joyce Lasley
as Crewman Lydia Anderson/Viking
Noelle Hannibal
as Taresian Woman
Kirsten Turner
as Constance Goodheart
Fintan McKeown
as Michael Sullivan
Kelli Kirkland
as Rinna
Pancho Demmings
as Kradin Soldier
Stan Ivar
as Mark Johnson
Alexander Xavier Ponce-Bonano
as Dead Borg
Don Most
as Kadan
Richard Fancy
as Alien
Eric David Johnson
as Daggin
John Aniston
as Quarren Ambassador
Allan Royal
as Captain Braxton
Michael Canavan
as Curneth
Gary Graham
as Tanis
Steve Kopy
as Chez Sandrine Patron
Patrick Barnitt
as Borg/Brenari Telepath/Drayan Soldier
Rainelle Saunders
as Taresian Woman
Wallace Langham
as Flotter T. Water III
Bruce Davison
as Jareth
Gary Bullock
as Goth
Ron Fassler
as Morin
Andy Dick
as EMH-2 Dr. Bradley
Brady Bluhm
as Latika
George Takei
as Captain Sulu
Michael Braveheart
as Klingon crewman
Chester E. Tripp III
as Ilari guard
Lori Hallier
as Dr. Riley Frazier
Kellie Waymire
as Lanya
Nancy Youngblut
as Taleen
Ken Magee
as Controller Emck
Heidi Kramer
as Megan Delaney
Dublin James
as Tebbis
Iona Morris
as Umali
Sherman Howard
as T'Greth
Lorna Raver
as Q-Judge
Martha Hackett
as Seska
Mark Moses
as Naroq
John Franklin
as Kipp
J. Patrick McCormack
as Prax
Robin McKee
as Lidele Ren
Lisa LoCicero
as Ensign Miral Paris
Tiny Ron
as Alpha-Hirogen Idrin
Carol Krnic
as Jor
Michael Behrens
as Coyote
Michael Sutherland
as Ventu
Scott Haven
as Kazon #1/Kazon Engineer
Robert Greenberg
as Devro
Sharon Lawrence
as Amelia Earhart
Karl Wiedergott
as Ameron
Tina Kotrich
as Operations Division Officer
Norman Large
as Kazon-Nistrim Captain/Ocampa Man
Linda L.C. Madalone
as Hanon IV Native
Hamilton Camp
as Controller Vrelk
Alta P. McGovern
as Vhnori
James Parks
as Vel
Eric Cadora
as Alien
Karen Austin
as Miral
Zoe McLellan
as Tal Celes
Adrian Sparks
as Magistrate
Robert Curtis Brown
as Ambassador
May Wang
as Starfleet Cadet
Michael Houston King
as Jero
Dennis Madalone
as Science Division Officer/Operations Division Officer/Command Division Officer/Guard/Kazon guard/Kazon-Nistrim Guard/Kazon-Nistrim guard/Mokra Guard/Third Guard/Voth
Kevin Lowe
as Q'ret
Lorin McCraley
as Hanon IV Native
Elle Alexander
as Sakari/Secuity Team Member/Taresian Woman
Megan Gallagher
as Lt. Jaryn
Fritz Sperberg
as Ranek
Sara Hart
as Excelsior crewman
Stoney Westmoreland
as Warlord
Joseph K. Bevilacqua
as Crew Member
Jerry Spicer
as Guard
Keegan de Lancie
as Q2
Chris Johnston
as Vidiian #1
Scott Thomas
as Terek
Christian Conrad
as Dunbar/Miner
Joseph Will
as Kelis the Poet/Security Officer #3
Majel Barrett
as Voyager Computer/Computer Voice/Computer/Narrator
Ben Livingston
as Burkus
Robert Mammana
as Guard/Security Officer #1
Kat Sawyer
as Astronaut - Tureena
Judy Geeson
as Sandrine
Peggy Jo Jacobs
as Ch'Rega
Brooke Stephens
as Naomi Wildman
Ashley Hughes
as Sabrina Wildman
John Alex Tampoya
as Kashimuro Nozawa
Mark Sheppard
as Leucon
James Horan
as Tosin
Mark Harelik
as Devore Inspector Kashyk
Tom Wright
as Tuvix
Phil Crowley
as Artificial Intelligence
Bertila Damas
as Marika Willkarah
David Graf
as Fred Noonan
Rob LaBelle
as Kafar/Talaxian Council Regent Oxilon/Talaxian Prisoner
Reba Shaw Alexander
as Taresian Woman
John Vargas
as Tau
Willie Garson
as Riga
Michael Ensign
as Bard
Russ Fega
as Paxim
Maury Ginsberg
as Maury Ginsberg
Tim Kelleher
as P'Chan
Carter Edwards
as Command Division Officer
Mirron E. Willis
as Rettik
Juan Garcia
as John Torres
Chelsea Bond
as Starfleet Cadet #3
John Carroll Lynch
as Gerald Moss - Millenium Gate Spokesperson
Demitris Lawson
as Young Tuvok
Rosemary Forsyth
as Alzen
Matt Levin
as Rafin
Barry Gordon
as Arden Broht
Elizabeth Goldstein
as Allantra
Susan Rossitto
as Hyper-evolved Reptile
Deborah Levin
as Ensign Lang
Armand Schultz
as Crewman Kenneth Dalby
Tamara Marie Watson
as Haley
Scarlett Pomers
as Naomi Wildman
Alan Brooks
as Annari Commander
Pablo Soriano
as Demelos/Nyrian invader
Sandra Nelson
as Marayna
Mark Deakins
as Axum/Hirogen SS Officer
Kaiyoti
as Native Scout
Tim McGrath
as Ventu
Justin Williams
as Jarvin
Damon Kirsche
as Nuu'Bari Hologram One
Alexander Fors
as Apprentice
Chip Murdock
as Talaxian
Michael Ansara
as Kang
Damaris Cordelia
as Security Guard/Mikhal bar alien/Operations Division Officer
Cody Wetherill
as Rebi
Audrey Gelfund
as Ptera's Mourner
Harry Groener
as The Magistrate
Robin Groves
as Araya Garan
Steve Vaught
as Officer
Tina Reddington
as Girl
Harry Boykoff
as Akritirian Prisoner/Holographic Waiter
Linda Li
as Lei Strangler/Taresian woman
Nina Magnesson
as Vinka
Marnie McPhail
as Alcia
Jennifer Gatti
as Libby
Mark Kiely
as Lieutenant Lasca
Larry Cedar
as Tersa
Hugh Hodgin
as 6263/Prototype
Matthew J. Williamson
as Security Officer #2/Klingon
Richard Poe
as Gul Evek
Cari Shayne
as Eliann
Mark L. Taylor
as Jarlath
Tony Sears
as Borg Drone/Starfleet Officer
Jim Krestalude
as Alien #1
William Daniels
as Hospital Ship 4-2, Allocation Alpha
Brian Markinson
as Lieutenant Peter Durst/Sulan
Wanda Roth
as Female Monean
Jeff McCarthy
as Human Doctor
Kenny Yee
as Young Harry Kim
Tom Morello
as Crewman Mitchell
Mark Bennington
as Adult Icheb
Miguel Pérez
as Physician
Rick Gianasi
as Gigolo
Don Pugsley
as Alien Visitor
Mark Major
as Borg Drone/Kazon-Nistrim/Alien Worker/Assimilated Romulan/Dead Vori/Deceased Borg Drone/Dream Species Alien/Marketplace Alien/Romulan Hologram/Tak Tak Shopper/Valek/Violent Reptohumanoid
Robert Lombardo
as Starfleet Vice Admiral
Margareta Hammar
as Viking
Nichole McAuley
as Starfleet Scientist/Alien Masseuse
Laurence Todd Rosenthal
as Ensign Molina
Leonard Crofoot
as Qomar spectator
Glen Hambly
as Starfleet Ensign
Jennifer Lien
as Kes/Palaxia
Ethan Phillips
as Neelix
David Sparrow
as Alien/Doctor
Margaret Blanchard
as Ocampa
Spiro Razatos
as Operations Division Officer
Stephen O'Mahoney
as Med Tech
Bari Hochwald
as Brin
Ray Proscia
as Vidiian Commander
Scott Klace
as Dremk
Neil Norman
as Bridge Officer
Louis Giambalvo
as Cosimo
Ryan Sparks
as Alien Boy/Alien Child
Richard Kaszonyi
as Ensign Bennet
Kirk Baily
as Magnus Hansen
Doug Spearman
as Alien Buyer
Andrew Christian English
as Operations Division Officer/Prison Warden
Mark Metcalf
as Hirogen Medic
Mark Colson
as Dream Alien
Scott Jaeck
as Lt. Cmdr. Cavit
Erinn Allison
as Talaxian Masseuse
David Ghilardi
as Alien Lieutenant
Don McMillan
as Hirogen #3
Hallie Singleton
as Command Officer
Basil Langton
as The Caretaker
F.J. Rio
as Joleg
Mel Winkler
as Jack Hayes
John de Lancie
as Q
Jeff Allin
as Gedrin
Francis Guinan
as Minister Kray/Zar
Jay Underwood
as Mortimer Harren
Brooke Averi
as Little Girl #1
Eric Whitmore
as Ocampa
Faith Burton
as Alien Dignitary
Roxann Dawson
as Lt. B'Elanna Torres/B'Elanna Torres/Dreadnought/Lt. Torrey
Holiday Freeman
as Transporter Chief/Ptera's Mourner/Transporter chief
David B. Levinson
as Broik
Eric Pierpoint
as Kortar
Susan Lewis
as Operations Division Officer/Transporter Technician/Mikhal traveler
Scott Davidson
as Bolian
David Selburg
as Toscat
Jonathan Del Arco
as Fantome
Dan Butler
as Steth
Scott Strozier
as Drayan Soldier/Mokra Guard
Ted Barba
as Malin/Sakari
Patty Maloney
as Little Woman
Sarah Silverman
as Rain Robinson
Tom Todoroff
as Darod
Estelle Harris
as Old Woman
Meghan Murphy
as Karya
Steve Rankin
as Fennim
Clayton Murray
as Porter
Jerry Hardin
as Dr. Neria
Michael McKean
as The Clown
Matt McKenzie
as Port Authority Officer
Cheryl Eckelberg
as Taresian Woman
Stephen Pisani
as Starfleet Crew Member/Starfleet Security Guard/Starfleet Engineer/Alien
Bob Stillman
as Turei
Ray Reinhardt
as Tolen Ren
LeVar Burton
as Capt. Geordi La Forge
Paul O'Brien
as Geral
Peter Wick
as Ocampa
Jenna Z. Wilson
as Dancer
Marie Chambers
as Kyrian Arbiter
Scott Thompson
as Tomin
Cindy Sorenson
as Hyper-evolved Reptile
Henry Brown
as Numiri Captain
J.G. Hertzler
as Hirogen Hunter
Rubin Knight
as Terellian Delegate/Terrasphere 8 Starfleet Admiral
Wayne Thomas Yorke
as Zet
Valerie Wildman
as Nevala
Gilbert Leal
as Michael
Ed Begley Jr.
as Henry Starling
Christopher Neiman
as Yeggie
Daniel Betances
as Holodeck Shuttle Pilot
Warren Munson
as Admiral Paris
Peter Marx
as Krenim Commandant
Susan Dalian
as Ensign Kaplan
Andy Milder
as Nar
David Cowgill
as Alien #2
Richard Sarstedt
as William McKenzie/Crewman Henard/Starfleet Admiral
Zach LeBeau
as Ensign Larsen
Henry Woronicz
as Forra Gegen/Quarren
Ian Patrick Williams
as Doc Fitzgerald

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1995 | 16 Episodes

Season 2

1995 | 26 Episodes

Season 3

1996 | 26 Episodes

Season 4

1997 | 26 Episodes

Season 5

1998 | 25 Episodes

Season 6

1999 | 26 Episodes

Season 7

2000 | 25 Episodes

Media

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Awards

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Primetime Emmy Awards 1995

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series

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Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Series

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Graphic Design and Title Sequences

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Makeup for a Series

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)

Winner

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement - Special Visual Effects

Winner

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Main Title Theme Music

International Monitor Awards 1996

Winner

International Monitor Awards

Film Originated Television Series - Best Electronic Special Effects

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