Star Trek Voyager

Star Trek Voyager Cast

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Series Description

Star Trek Voyager was a 60 minute sci-fi series on UPN (now the CW Network) about the Federation starship Voyager and its crew. They were chasing a Maquis rebel ship when suddenly and mysteriously, both ships were transported 75,000 light years away to the Delta Quadrant! When both ships discovered that they had crew members missing, they formed an alliance to rescue them from their kidnappers. They eventually got their crews back and decided to work together to get home. Their main problem was that Voyager would take 75 years at maximum warp to make the trip. And what challenges would they encounter on their way?

Star Trek Voyager Cast

Kate Mulgrew .... Captain Kathryn Janeway
Robert Beltran .... Commander Chakotay
Jeri Ryan .... 7 of 9
Robert Duncan McNeill .... Lieutenant Thomas Eugene Paris
Tim Russ .... Lieutenant Commander Tuvok
Roxann Dawson .... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres
Robert Picardo .... Emergency Medical Hologram
Garrett Wang .... Operations Manager Ensign Harry Kim
Ethan Phillips .... Neelix
Jennifer Lien .... Kes

Star Trek Voyager Trivia

Paramount Studios' ownership of Star Trek Productions has earned them nearly $2 Billion! Paramount got a real bargain when they bought those rights in 1967 from Desilu Studios along with the rights to several other television series and the opportunity to develop any future Star Trek programs for only $17 Million!

Originally, the holographic doctor's name was supposed to be "Dr. Zimmerman". When the doctor's name was dropped, however, they forgot to remove it from several of the early episodes "closed caption" scripts. If you turn on that feature, you'll see the mistake.

Kate Mulgrew (Capt. Janeway) and Tim Russ (Tuvok) both appeared in the "Roots miniseries episode titled, "The Gift" which aired in 1988. LeVar Burton (Geordi LaForge) from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Avery Brooks (Capt. Sisko) from Deep Space Nine also appeared in the program. Freaky huh ... so many Star Trek Cast on one show?

Originally, Genevieve Bujold was supposed to play the role of Captain Janeway, but she quit after filming the first Episodes for only a few days.

Kate Mulgrew (Capt. Janeway) got her first big break in show business when cast as an original, regular cast member on the 1975 Daytime Drama "Ryan's Hope". She played the part of "Mary Ryan Fenelli".

When auditioning for the part of Voyager's holographic doctor, Robert Picardo was asked to say the line "Somebody forgot to turn off my program". He did so, ad-libbed "I'm a doctor, not a light bulb" and that got him the part.

Ethan Phillips (Neelix) appeared as "Dr. Farek" on Star Trek: The Next Generation on an episode titled "Menage A Troi" and in the Movie, "Star Trek: First Contact" as a Maitre'd, but was not even listed in the credits for that role.

Each of the three Star Trek series after the original "Star Trek (1966)" has had a cameo appearance by a character from its predecessor series in its premiere Episodes: "The Next Generation" had Dr. McCoy, "Deep Space Nine" had Captain Picard, and "Star Trek Voyager" had Quark.

Before 7 of 9 was assimulated into the Borg Collective, she was the daughter of Federation Scientists stationed on the U.S.S. Raven. Her name was Annika Hansen.

King Abdullah of Jordan (Actually, he was Crown Prince at the time) appeared in Episodes #36 "Investigations. He couldn't speak any lines though because he wasn't a member of the "Screen Actors Guild". If you want to look for him, he played a crewmember in the sciences division.

Opening Narrative

(Note: While there was no weekly opening narrative on Star Trek Voyager, there was one on the premiere episode, "The Caretaker". It was needed to familiarize the audience with the Maquis.)

"Unhappy with a new treaty, Federation colonists along the Cardassian border have banded together. Calling themselves 'The Maquis' they continue to fight the Cardassians. Some consider them heroes, but to the governments of the Federation and Cardassia, they are outlaws."

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