Star Trek: Picard is an American web television series featuring the character Jean-Luc Picard, created for CBS All Access by Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon, Kirsten Beyer, and Alex Kurtzman. It is the eighth series in the Star Trek franchise, and was launched in 2020 as part of Kurtzman's expansion of the franchise. Picard begins 20 years after Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) and sees a retired Picard deeply affected by the death of Data in that film as well as the destruction of the planet Romulus in the film Star Trek (2009).
Patrick Stewart executive produces the series and stars as Picard, reprising his role from the series Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as other Star Trek media. Alison Pill, Isa Briones, Evan Evagora, Michelle Hurd, Santiago Cabrera, and Harry Treadaway also star. Characters seen previously in Star Trek also appear, including Brent Spiner as Data, Jonathan Del Arco as Hugh, and Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine.
The following list includes Star Trek: Picard's main cast, as well as all guest stars deemed to have had recurring roles throughout the series, and a supplementary list of other noteworthy guests.
- 1 Overview
- 2 Main characters
- 2.1 Jean-Luc Picard
- 2.2 Agnes Jurati
- 2.3 Dahj and Soji Asha
- 2.4 Elnor
- 2.5 Raffi Musiker
- 2.6 Chris Rios
- 2.7 Narek
- 2.8 Seven of Nine
- 2.9 Laris
- 2.10 Altan Inigo Soong
- 3 Recurring characters
- 3.1 Introduced in previous series
- 3.2 Introduced in season one
- 4 Guest stars
- 4.1 Introduced in previous series
- 5 References
Overview: = Main cast (Credited main cast member) : = Recurring cast (3+ appearances in a season): = Guest cast (1-2 appearances per season)
Jean-Luc PicardMain article: Jean-Luc Picard
Jean-Luc Picard (portrayed by Patrick Stewart) is a retired Starfleet admiral and former captain of its flagship vessel USS Enterprise. Stewart was reprising his role from Star Trek: The Next Generation and subsequent television series and movies by August 4, 2018. In the series, Picard is retired from Starfleet. He dies at the end of the first season, but his consciousness is transferred into a new synthetic body.
Agnes Jurati (portrayed by Alison Pill) is a doctor working for the Daystrom Institute's Division of Advanced Synthetic Research in Okinawa who was recruited by Dr. Bruce Maddox.
Dahj and Soji Asha
Dahj and Soji Asha (portrayed by Isa Briones) are the twin android daughters of the late Lieutenant Commander Data. Dahj asks Picard to help her find out why she is being attacked—and why she is able to defend herself so well. She is destroyed before his eyes. Soji works on a Borg cube known as the "Artifact", now in the hands of Romulans, where she helps to reclaim victims of the Borg. Briones also portrays Sutra, an android on her home planet, created by Bruce Maddox and Altan Inigo Soong. Sutra's twin, Jana, was killed prior to the series' events.
Elnor (portrayed by Evan Evagora) is a Romulan refugee, rescued by Picard when he was a child. He is an expert in hand-to-hand combat and is fiercely loyal to Picard. He has been raised never to lie.
Rafaella "Raffi" Musiker (portrayed by Michelle Hurd) is a former Starfleet intelligence officer struggling with substance abuse who served as Picard's first officer during the Romulan evacuation.
Cristóbal "Chris" Rios (portrayed by Santiago Cabrera) is a former Starfleet officer, now owner and pilot of La Sirena. He is also a skilled thief. Picard has hired his services on Raffi's recommendation. Cabrera also plays his ship's five emergency holograms, each with their own area of expertise.
Narek (portrayed by Harry Treadaway) is a Romulan spying on Soji Asha for the Zhat Vash; he becomes her lover as part of his cover.
Seven of NineMain article: Seven of Nine
Seven of Nine (portrayed by Jeri Ryan) is a former Borg drone liberated from the Collective by Captain Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the USS Voyager. Ryan was a regular on Star Trek: Voyager seasons four through seven. She currently is part of a group called the Fenris Rangers that helps people in need.
Laris (portrayed by Orla Brady) is a Romulan and a former member of the Tal Shiar, who now manages Picard's vineyard and household.
Altan Inigo Soong
Altan Inigo Soong (portrayed by Brent Spiner), is the creator of Data.
Introduced in previous series
- Hugh (portrayed by Jonathan Del Arco) is a former Borg drone who appeared in the Next Generation episodes "I, Borg" and "Descent, Part II". He has since become the Executive Director of the Borg Reclamation Project.
- Q (portrayed by John de Lancie), a member of the Q Continuum will be part of season two.
Introduced in season one
- Zhaban (portrayed by Jamie McShane), a Romulan and former member of the Tal Shiar, who now acts as Picard's butler.
- Narissa (portrayed by Peyton List), a Romulan spy, a member of the Zhat Vash posing as Lieutenant Rizzo, a human operative of Starfleet Security, and Narek's sister.
- Oh (portrayed by Tamlyn Tomita), seemingly a Vulcan Starfleet officer and head of Starfleet Security, but secretly a half-Romulan operative of the Tal Shiar and Rizzo's contact in the Federation.
Introduced in previous series
- Data (portrayed by Brent Spiner) is a sentient android who served under Picard as Second Officer and Chief Operations Officer aboard the Enterprise, until he sacrificed himself to save Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis. Picard sees Data in his dreams in "Remembrance", and in a quantum simulation in "Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2". Spiner also portrays Altan Inigo Soong, the son of Noonien Soong, a research partner of Bruce Maddox, who resides on Coppelius as a surrogate father to the synthetics living there.
- William Riker (portrayed by Jonathan Frakes) is a retired Starfleet Captain of the USS Titan and formerly Picard's first officer on the Enterprise. He and Troi married at the beginning of Star Trek: Nemesis. Riker appears with Troi in "Nepenthe" and by himself in "Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2".
- Deanna Troi (portrayed by Marina Sirtis) is former counselor on the Enterprise, she and Riker married at the beginning of Star Trek: Nemesis. Troi appears with Riker in "Nepenthe".