Cast

Walter Koenig

Walter Koenig as Admiral Chekov

Walter Koenig’s professional acting career spans more than 50 years of stage, television and film work. Walter is best known for his recurring television portrayals both of the hated, intensely driven Alfred Bester (Babylon 5) and the likeable, perpetually cheerful Pavel Chekov (Star Trek). Recently, Walter has appeared in such films as, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, Inalienable and Star Trek: New Voyages. He has played everything from a teenage gang leader (Alfred Hitchcock Presents) to Scandinavian fiance Gunnar (Gidget) to a Las Vegas entertainer (I Spy). He also had a short role in the 1976 Columbo episode “Fade in to Murder”, playing Sgt Johnson -, He returned to space with a starring role in Moontrap and played a futuristic dictator in the video game Maximum Surge. In September 2012, Walter finally received his star on the Walk of Fame. Learn More About Walter Tim Russ

Tim Russ as Tuvok

Tim is a well-known actor, director and musician. He has been extensively involved in the Star Trek franchise, as a voice and film actor, writer, director and producer. He played several minor roles in TNG, DS9 and Star Trek: Generations before landing his best-known role as Tuvok in Star Trek: Voyager. In addition, Tim recently appeared as Frank, a sarcastic doorman in Christina Applegate’s ABC comedy, Samantha Who? from 2007 to 2009, and currently appears as Principal Ted Franklin in Nickelodeon’s show iCarly. Tim directed the award winning independent Star Trek film, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. In addition to his directorial duties, Tim also reprised his role of Tuvok. Tim will also be directing Star Trek: Renegades. Learn More About Tim Adrienne Wilkinson

Adrienne Wilkinson as Captain Lexxa Singh

Adrienne may be best known for her role as Xena’s daughter Livia/Eve from the hit series “Xena: Warrior Princess,” but she has made many notable television appearances including guest appearances on “Charmed,” “Days of Our Lives,” “ER,” and “Angel,” as well as series regular roles on “Venice”, “Goodnight Burbank”, and “As If”. She has made appearances in fan favorite films including “Raze”, “Alpha Force”, “The American Failure” and “Reflections,” for which she won several awards. She has voiced more than 50 lead characters in animation and video games including Daughter, the personification of the Light side of the Force in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” and as the voice, and physical model, for Maris Brood, the female Jedi in the “Star Wars: The Force Unleashed” franchise. Learn More About Adrienne Sean Young

Sean Young as Dr. Lucien

Young began her film career in 1980 in the film Jane Austen in Manhattan, followed by a small role in the 1981 film Stripes, and played female lead opposite Harrison Ford in the futuristic classic Blade Runner (1982). She had a small role in the film Wall Street as the wife of Michael Douglas’ character. Her role was originally intended to be larger, but was significantly reduced due to clashes with Oliver Stone. One of her most prominent roles was as the lover of a ruthless Washington politician in 1987’s No Way Out, playing opposite Kevin Costner. She played a supporting role in the 1994 comedy Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. Young has appeared in a variety of independent films and made guest appearances on television, including roles in Poor White Trash, Mockingbird Don’t Sing, Sugar & Spice, Boston Public, and Reno 911![6] In 2005, she spent four months in Russia filming the miniseries Esenin, in which she played dancer Isadora Duncan.She also had a small role on the CW’s One Tree Hill in 2007. Learn More About Sean Robert Picardo

Robert Picardo as Dr. Lewis Zimmerman

Picardo had a recurring role as Joe “The Meat Man” Morton, on the popular sitcom Home Improvement. From 1995 to 2001, he played the role of the Emergency Medical Hologram (EMH) and Emergency Command Hologram (ECH) in the TV series Star Trek: Voyager. He also played additional versions of the role of the EMH in Star Trek: First Contact and as the EMH’s creator Dr. Lewis Zimmerman in the  Deep Space Nine episode “Doctor Bashir I Presume?”. In 2001, he guest starred in 7 Days episode “Revelation”. In 2004, he began playing the recurring role of International Oversight Advisory (IOA) member Richard Woolsey in both Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis, where he became a regular in the fifth season. His first appearance in those series was in “Heroes (Part 2)”.In 2007 and 2008, Star Trek: The Music was a multi-city tour explaining the history of the music in Star Trek. Learn More About Robert Gary Graham

Gary Graham as Ragnar

Gary Graham is probably best known for his starring role as Detective Matt Sikes in the television series Alien Nation (1989-1990) and five subsequent TV films. Star Trek fans probably know him best from his more recent guest-starring roles on Star Trek: Enterprise as the recurring character Ambassador Soval, a Vulcan ambassador to Earth. He also guest-starred on Star Trek: Voyager (1995) once, playing Ocampan community leader Tanis in the season 2 episode Cold Fire. He plays a new role, Ragnar, in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Gary also has appeared in TV shows such as Nip/Tuck, Universal Dead, Cardio World, The Jace Hall Show and films such as, Action Hero, Dreams Awake, Drawing Dead and Alongside Night. Learn More About Gary Richard Herd

Richard Herd as Admiral Paris

Richard is well known in the science fiction community for his role in the 1983 NBC miniseries V and the 1984 sequel V: The Final Battle, as John, the Visitors’ Supreme Commander. Other major genre roles include recurring parts on the NBC series seaQuest DSV as Admiral William Noyce, and on Star Trek: Voyager as Admiral Owen Paris, the father of Tom Paris. In two guest appearances on Quantum Leap, he played children’s show host “Captain Galaxy” (Moe Stein), a would-be time traveler, and a miner named Ziggy Ziganovich. Herd has appeared at a number of fan conventions on the basis of his science fiction roles. Learn More About Richard Manu Intiraymi as Icheb

Manu Intiraymi as Icheb

Manu Intiraymi is a television and theatre actor best known as Icheb on the television series Star Trek: Voyager. Manu’s theater work includes lead roles in “Waiting for Godot”, “Marvin’s Room”, and “The Wizard of Oz”. He made his debut in the movies in the film “Senseless”, which starred David Spade and Marlon Wayans. Other film work includes a starring role in “Whatever It Takes”, plus supporting roles in “Go” (Sony), “Orange County” (Paramount), “Pearl Harbor”, “J. Edgar” and “Eyeball Eddie”. Manu has lead roles in “Fortress” and “Expired”. Manu has also appeared on well-known television series, like “Las Vegas”, “24”, “King of Queens”, “Jag”, “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”, “Unhappily Ever After”, “Smart Guy”, “Pacific Blue” and “One Tree Hill”. Learn More About Manu Courtney Peldon

Courtney Peldon as Shree

Courtney has appeared in over 20 films Little Giants,Say It Isn’t So, National Lampoon’s ‘Adam and Eve,’ ‘Freeloaders’, ‘Mortuary’ directed by Tobe Hooper, and ‘Road to Hell’, ‘InAlienable’ which she starred in opposite Richard Hatch, Gary Graham, and Walter Koenig and holds it as being one of her favorite projects she ever completed. Television shows such as 4 seasons of the ABC comedy ‘Home Improvement’ as Jonathan Taylor Thomas’s girlfriend, 3 seasons of FOX’s ‘Boston Public’ produced and written by David E. Kelley, and CW’s ‘Raising Dad’ with Bob Saget and Kat Dennings. numerous other shows in guest star/recurring roles like ‘Star Trek: Deep Space 9,’ ‘Entourage,’ ‘Nash Bridges,’ ‘Renegade,’ ‘That 70s Show,’ ’3rd Rock from the Sun,’ and ‘The Pretender’. Learn More About Courtney Larissa Gomes

Larissa Gomes as T’Leah

Larissa has appeared in such films as, Sony’s “Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse,” Disney’s “Phantom of the Megaplex,” Alliance Atlantis’ “Zebra Lounge” and Miramax’s “Get Over It,” and supporting roles in television movies such as the CBS Movie of The Week: “The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth about Enron,” Showtime’s “Feast of All Saints,” “Rough Air” and “Blackout.” Larissa starred “SAW VI” and reprised her character’s role in the final film “SAW 3D.” In television work, she had a series regular role in ABC’s prime time drama “In Justice” as well as a role in the Gemini Award nominated series “Bliss,” She has also had major recurring roles in “La Femme Nikita” and “Leap Years” as well as numerous guest starring roles on “CSI-Miami,” “Out of Practice” “Missing,” “Odyssey 5,” “Tracker” and more. Learn More About Larissa Corin Nemec

Corin Nemec as Captain Alvarez

Corin earned an Emmy nomination and won the Young Artist Award for his portrayal of Steven Stayner in the television film I Know My Name Is Steven. Soon after he landed the title role in Parker Lewis Can’t Lose. Over the course of his career he has starred in over a dozen television movies and miniseries including Stephen King’s The Stand. Looking to cast a new character to fill the void left by Daniel Jackson’s departure from Stargate SG-1, Nemec was cast as Jonas Quinn for the penultimate season 5 episode “Meridian” and became a series regular in the show’s sixth season. In 2004 Nemec returned to cast of Stargate SG-1 for a final episode entitled “Fallout,” which he wrote himself. Learn More About Corin Bruce A. Young

Bruce A. Young as Borrada

Young is perhaps best known for his role as Capt. Simon Banks in the UPN science fiction police drama The Sentinel. Young had roles in the films Risky Business, Jurassic Park III, The Color of Money, Basic Instinct, Into Temptation, Undisputed, and Enough. His other television roles include parts in E/R, Highlander: The Series, Quantum Leap, NYPD Blue, Cold Case, Ghost Whisperer, Grey’s Anatomy and Prison Break. From 1983 to 1987, while with the Organic Theater Company in Chicago, Young created, produced and was a cast member in “Dungeon Master”, a fusion of improvisational theatre and live action role-playing; each show was a fantasy adventure scenario with theater cast members playing the monsters and non-player characters and volunteer audience members serving as the player characters. Young restarted Dungeon Master in Los Angeles in 2001, where it is still active, although Young stopped active participation in 2006. Learn More About Bruce Edward Furlong

Edward Furlong as Fixer

Edward Furlong began his film career as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, a role that earned him an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Role and a Saturn Award for best young actor he was also in Before and After; Tim Roth, Maximilian Schell, and Vanessa Redgrave in Little Odessa; and Anthony Edwards in Pet Sematary Two. In 1998, he starred as Daniel Vinyard in American History X alongside Edward Norton and DS9′s captain Avery Brooks. He appeared in his first comedy role in Pecker, directed by John Waters. In 2005, Furlong played the lead in the fourth film in The Crow series, The Crow: Wicked Prayer, alongside David Boreanaz and Tara Reid. He also appeared in The Green Hornet. Learn More About Edward Chasty Ballesteros

Chasty Ballesteros as Ronara

Chasty began working on major network shows such as Smallville, Supernatural, Sanctuary, and Psych, to name a few. Chasty impressively earned her first Constellation Award nomination for Best Female Performance in Science Fiction Episodic. After quickly gaining success in Vancouver, Chasty made the passionate decision to move to Los Angeles. Upon arriving, she immediately caught the eye of Emmy-award winning Screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin, and who cast her to recur in HBO’s The Newsroom. She successfully continued to work on other major network shows, such as Two and a Half Men, Californication, Criminal Minds, CSI, Sons of Anarchy, and the list goes on. She can also be seen on various US National Commercials. Chasty has also made her mark in the Indie world where she earned her second Best Actress nomination for her work in The American Lie. In addition, she has worked on big blockbuster movies such as Vince Vaughn’s The Internship, Final Destination 5, Think Like a Man Too, and Seth Rogan’s new movie The Townies set to release in 2014. Learn More About Chasty Tarah Paige

Tarah Paige as Commander Petrona

Tarah has performed stunts in dozens of television episodes and series including “Unfabulous,” CSI: NY”, “NCIS”, “10 Things I Hate About You,” “Heroes,” “House M.D.” “Lost,” “90210,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Greek,” “Glee,” “True Blood” and “Grimm.” Most recently, she was the Gymnastics Coordinator for the ABC Family series “Make It or Break It.” In the movies, she has acted and performed stunts in “Morturary,” “The Benchwarmers,” “Stick It,” “Bring it On: All or Nothing,” “Step Brothers,” “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” “Four Christmases,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Mars Needs Moms,” “Alice in Wonderland,” “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” “John Carter” and many more. Learn More About Tarah Kevin Fry

Kevin Fry as Jaro Ruk

Kevin Fry-Bowers is the son of a farm girl from New Castle, Indiana. He grew up in the 80s in San Dimas, California. Yes, that’s right. Kevin went to San Dimas high school with Bill and Ted. Yes,it was an excellent adventure. In the 1990s, Kevin moved to Palm Desert in pursuit of his dream to be a professional golfer. Reality soon set in, so he enrolled at the College of the Desert, focusing on computer science and business management. One afternoon, on a whim and a dare, he auditioned for a play. Earning that one-line role as the British Bobbie in the Elephant Man changed the course of his life forever. He moved to L.A. and started studying acting with Stuart Rogers and began auditioning for film and television roles. In the twenty years since, the journeyman actor has played everything from werewolves and bad cops to serial killers and republicans. Learn More About Kevin Grant Imahara

Grant Imahara as Lt. Masaru

Grant will take a break from inventing cool robotics and blowing up stuff to join the cast of Renegades! Grant is one of the hosts of Discovery Channel’s Mythbusters. Before that, he spent nine years as an animatronics engineer and model maker for George Lucas’s Industrial Light and Magic. Grant worked on many blockbusters including The Matrix sequels, Galaxy Quest, Terminator 3, and Star Wars: Episodes 1-3 (although he is NOT responsible for Jar Jar). He put the lights in R2-D2′s dome and gave the Energizer Bunny his beat. He also created the often rude and irreverent robot skeleton sidekick for late night talk show host Craig Ferguson. Learn More About Grant Rico E. Anderson

Rico E. Anderson as Boras

Rico has guest starred / recurred in numerous television shows such as “NCIS” “Criminal Minds”, “Two and a Half Men” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS), “Law & Order” and “Days of our Lives” (NBC), “Modern Family” and “How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of your Life” (ABC), “Sullivan & Son (TBS) “Justified” (FX) and Joss Whedon’s “Dollhouse” (FOX) just to name a few. Selected film credits include the ACADEMY AWARD WINNING short, “Mighty Times: The Children’s March” ” where he portrayed civil rights activist, Shelley “The Playboy” Stewart, “The Harimaya Bridge” with Danny Glover and Peter Coyote, “Hallowed Ground” with Ethan Phillips and Jaimie Alexander, “LaMigra”, “Fearless”, “Things Never Said” the sci-fi project, “Doorways” and many more….. Learn More About Rico Vic Mignogna

Vic Mignogna as Garis

Vic is best known as a voice actor for more than two hundred animated shows and video games, best known being Fullmetal Alchemist and Dragonball Z. Even longer than his voice acting, Vic has been a professional music composer / singer / producer who has written and produced hundreds of pieces for TV, radio and CD. He sings the themes for shows like One Piece & DBGT, and has produced several CDs. Vic has a degree in film and works regularly writing, producing and directing video and film productions of all kinds, including web series like “Nuka Break”, “Starship Farragut” and more. Vic’s childhood love is Star Trek, and he is executive producing a brand new TOS based series “Star Trek Continues”. Learn More About Vic

Additional Cast:

Herbert Jefferson Jr. as Admiral Satterlee

Clint Carmichael as Moordenaarr

Jason Matthew Smith as Malbon

John Carrigan as Admiral D’Agosto & Klingon Captain

Lucky McQueede as Prak (The Breen)

Crystal Conway as Cadet Chekov

Madison Russ as Cadet Madison

Carlo Alvarez as U.S.S Archer Ops Officer

David Lieu as U.S.S Archer Con Officer

Carla Deo as U.S.S Archer Bridge Officer

Kyle Whisner as U.S.S Archer Security Officer 1

Art Alvarez as U.S.S Archer Security Officer 2

Ryan Husk as U.S.S Archer Security Officer 3

Glen Wolfe as Muscular Prisoner

Jan Kivisaar as Orion Prisoner 2

Stacey Woolf as Concerned Mother & Woman in Compartment

Bailey Feinberg as Frighted Daughter

Jim Roof as San Francisco Citizen

Shannon Malone as San Francisco Citizen & Mine Alien Woman

Keith Beltramini as Orion Guard 1

Franco D’Angelo as Orion Guard 2

Greg Reed as Orion Prisoner 1

Yoshi Vu as Orion Prisoner 4

Robert Hooven as Orion Prisoner 3

Adam Yeend as Starfleet Technical Officer

Jessica Uberuaga as Aide to Admiral D’Agosto

Sinn Bodhi as Syphon 1

Jr Gennuso as Syphon 2

Mark Hulsey as Syphon 3

Anton Mabey as Mine Young Alien Man

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