Unnamed civilians in the Fleet (RDM)

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Battlestar Galactica's Unnamed Characters


This page lists all characters in the Re-imagined Series' who are civilians in the Fleet and who remain unnamed.

Quorum of Twelve

Of the current Quorum of Twelve, only Lee Adama, Jacob Cantrell, Reza Chronides and Dahlia are identified by names.

Picon Delegate

Picon Delegate

This woman is Picon's representative to the Quorum of Twelve during Roslin's second administration ("The Ties That Bind", "Escape Velocity", "Guess What's Coming to Dinner?", "Sine Qua Non", "A Disquiet Follows My Soul", "The Oath"). When during Tom Zarek and Felix Gaeta's mutiny the Quorum rebuffs Zarek, she and other delegates are executed by marines on Zarek's orders (Blood on the Scales).

The "Picon Delegate" is portrayed by Judith Maxie.

Gemenon Delegate

Gemenon Delegate

This woman is Gemenon's representative to the Quorum of Twelve during Roslin's second administration ("The Ties That Bind", "Escape Velocity", "Guess What's Coming to Dinner?", "Sine Qua Non", "A Disquiet Follows My Soul"). She is temporarily replaced by an unnamed quorum delegate in "The Oath" and "Blood on the Scales", when the Quorum is executed by marines on Tom Zarek's orders, and thus her fate is unknown.

She is portrayed by Donna Soares and credited as "Speaking Delegate #1".

Aerilon Delegate

Aerilon Delegate

This man is Aerilon's representative to the Quorum of Twelve during Roslin's second administration ("The Ties That Bind", "Escape Velocity", "Guess What's Coming to Dinner?", "Sine Qua Non", "A Disquiet Follows My Soul", "The Oath"). When during Tom Zarek and Felix Gaeta's mutiny the Quorum rebuffs Zarek, he and other delegates are executed by marines on Zarek's orders (Blood on the Scales).

He is portrayed by an uncredited extra, with no speaking lines.

Libran Delegate

Libran Delegate

This man is Libran's representative to the Quorum of Twelve during Roslin's second administration ("The Ties That Bind", "Escape Velocity", "Guess What's Coming to Dinner?", "Sine Qua Non", "A Disquiet Follows My Soul", "The Oath"). When during Tom Zarek and Felix Gaeta's mutiny the Quorum rebuffs Zarek, he and other delegates are executed by marines on Zarek's orders (Blood on the Scales).

He is portrayed by an uncredited extra, with no speaking lines.

Quorum Delegate

Quorum Delegate

This woman during three different Quorum sessions temporarily replaced three different regular delegates from three different colonies. First, she replaced Reza Chronides, from an unknown colony ("Sine Qua Non"), then the Tauron Delegate ("A Disquiet Follows My Soul"), and later the Gemenon Delegate ("The Oath"). When during Tom Zarek and Felix Gaeta's mutiny the Quorum rebuffs Zarek, she and other delegates are executed by marines on Zarek's orders (Blood on the Scales).

She is portrayed by Veena Sood and credited as "Quorum Delegate". Her representing three different colonies on different occations remains unexplained.

Other delegates

The colonies of origin of the following delegates are not known. They appear in "The Ties That Bind" and "Escape Velocity" and "A Disquiet Follows My Soul". All of them also appear in "Guess What's Coming to Dinner?" and "Sine Qua Non" except for Unnamed Delegate #3, who is temporarily replaced by Unnamed Delegate #5, as well as in "The Oath", except for Unnamed Delegate #4, who is replaced by Unnamed Delegate #6. Delegates #1, #2, #3 and #6 are executed by Marines on Tom Zarek's orders, while the fate of the other two is unknown.

Clergy

Priest

The priest

Both president Gaius Baltar and, after the Second Exodus, Laura Roslin, are sworn in by this priest.

This priest is played by actor Winston Rekert and appears in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II", "Exodus, Part II" and "Collaborators".

Priestess

A priestess

This priestess conducts the service at Cally Tyrol's funeral. Later, her service is interrupted by an intrusion of Gaius Baltar and his cult (Escape Velocity). Later, she swears in Lee Adama as the interim president of the Twelve Colonies (Sine Qua Non).

This priestess is portrayed by Laara Sadiq.

Colonial One crew

Colonial One captain

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Main article: Colonial One captain

The unnamed captain of the government-chartered starliner Colonial Heavy 798 (later renamed Colonial One) in the Miniseries.

The pilot was played by actor Barclay Hope. In the novelization of the Miniseries (which is treated as a separate continuity source), the unnamed captain is given a name: Captain Russo.


Colonial One co-pilot

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The unnamed co-pilot of the the government-chartered starliner Colonial Heavy 798 (later renamed Colonial One) in the Miniseries.

The co-pilot was played by actor Guyle Fraizer. In the Miniseries novelization (which is treated as a separate continuity source), the character is given a name: Eduardo.
Humorously, in the DVD commentary for the Miniseries, Ron D. Moore and David Eick point out that Frazier is one of the best extras they have, but he got no speaking lines whatsoever for the role of the pilot. They jokingly quipped of the actor's non-verbal skill, in that the actor always looks as if he wants to say something while in the cockpit, but always thinks better of it and keeps silent.


Cult of Baltar

Female cultist

A female cultist

One of the members of the Cult of Baltar. When Baltar asks the members of his cult if they feel like they've transgressed against their God, she answers that they've done nothing wrong and that they shouldn't have to suffer (A Disquiet Follows My Soul).

Despite having spoken lines in the episode, the actress was not credited.

Other

Botanical Cruiser captain

The captain of the ill-fated Botanical Cruiser.

After beginning her assembly of a fleet of surviving civilian vessels, Laura Roslin talks to the captain of a Botanical Cruiser, assuring him that all his ship's vital needs will be attended to. However, he dies along with his crew and passengers, when the Cylons attack Roslin's nascent fleet (TRS: Miniseries, Night 2).

The captain was portrayed by Kwesi Ameyaw.

Gardener

A Cloud 9 gardener listening to Tom Zarek's speech.

While Tom Zarek is campaigning for the office of the president at Cloud 9, he uses a gardener as an example of people still going through the motions of their old lives before the Fall (TRS: "Colonial Day").

The gardener was portrayed by Mario Battista.

Reporter

An unnamed male reporter.

An unnamed reporter is present on Colonial One and on Galactica through Baltar's trial. He asks questions regarding the trial itself, and later on whether or not Roslin will receive another transfusion from Hera Agathon.

This reporter is played by actor Stephen Holmes and appears in "The Son Also Rises" through "Crossroads, Part II".

Sons of Ares leader

The leader of the Sons of Ares

An unnamed man leads the assault of the Sons of Ares on the Cult of Baltar. It is unknown whether he is a civilian or a member of Galactica's crew (TRS: "Escape Velocity").

The Sons of Ares leader was played by Rob Hayter, whose role was uncredited.