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List of Unnamed characters in alphabetical order: -

A[]

Acolyte[]

This religious attendant worked with Delenn and the diplomatic delegation to further understanding between the two species. During The Rebirth Ceremony in which Minbari religious customs were displayed, this acolyte sat with Delenn and Lennier in the center of the room to showcase the ritual.[1] He also carried out Delenn's instructions to stun the guards and abduct the deceased body of Shai Alyt Branmer from the Rotunda and to cremate it. He prepared the urn for travel back to Minbar where Delenn planned to have the ashes scattered per her recollection of Branmer's wishes.[2]

Appearances[]

  1. The Parliament of Dreams
  2. Legacies

The Rebirth Ceremony is also included in the Opening Sequence of Season One and is included in every episode of that season. The Acolyte is present in this clip.

Alpha Seven[]

Alpha 7 has other uses. Please see Alpha 7 (disambiguation) for other meanings.
Main article: Alpha Seven


B[]

Bartender[]

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Bartender[]


Appearances[]


Businessman[]


Appearances[]

He traveled to Babylon 5 to have a meeting with Catherine Sakai to contract her to survey a planet that his company was interested in, Sigma 957. Since the planet was in contested space he knew that clearances from the Narn government would be required so he chose a venue with such a representative available to ensure that the survey could be performed. While Ambassador G'Kar did not grant approval, Sakai had contacts of her own and secured the necessary permission so this contract was codified.

C[]

Cart Owner[]

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Colonist[]

Appearances[]



Customer[]

Appearances[]



Customs Guard[]

Appearances[]


D[]

Dancer[]

Appearances[]



Delta 7/Fighter #2[]

Appearances[]



Dock Worker[]

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Drazi[]

Main article: Drazi Prisoner


E[]

Earthforce NCO[]

This Sergeant in the Earthforce Marine Corps was secretly a member of the Earth Alliance Resistance. In November 2261, she was assigned to Ground Station Alpha, a perimeter defence position for an Earthforce ground base on Mars. During the Battle of Mars she assisted a resistance strike team lead by Number One and Michael Garibaldi in taking control of GS Alpha, the base defense grid and providing accurate jump point co-ordinates that allowed a White Star commanded by Ranger Marcus Cole to jump into the lower atmosphere and attack the base.

Appearances[]



Earthforce Officer[]

Earthforce Officer was an officer in the Earthforce Marine Corps. In November, 2261 he was assigned to command Ground Station Alpha, a perimeter defence position for an Earthforce ground base on Mars. During the Battle of Mars his NCO assisted a resistance strike team lead by Number One and Michael Garibaldi in taking control of GS Alpha, shortly after he lost contact with GS Bravo.

Appearances[]


F[]

Fighter #1[]

Appearances[]


First Man[]

Main article: Derek


G[]

Guest Liaison[]

A crew member responsible for renting the space on the station. She showed Jason Ironheart a set of quarters and discussed the price with him.

Appearances[]


I[]

Interrogator[]


IPX official (Patterns of the Soul)[]



ISN Reporter[]

Appearances[]


L[]

Large Man[]

A thug who followed Marcus, Delenn, and Lennier out of the bar and attempted to rob them in the hallways Downbelow. Even with the assistance of his friends he was no match for the Ranger training and skill of the others.

Appearances[]


M[]

Maintenance Man[]

A reactor technician who fled Reactor 7 in Grey 14-A when he thought the coolant system had failed and that noxious gases were leaking into the section. He convinced the others that they needed to flee the area as well. However, he was snagged by Nightwatch member Boggs.

Appearances[]


Maintenance Man[]

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Man (Exogenesis)[]

A lurker in Babylon 5's downbelow who volunteered to blend with a Vindrizi. However, his substance abuse habits caused an unforeseen reaction that caused his death and killed the Vindrizi as well.

Appearances[]



Man (A Race Through Dark Places)[]

This member of the Telepath Underground Railroad was captured by the Psi Corps and interrogated by Alfred Bester and his co-worker. While he had been trained in blocking mind scans he was unable to overcome the deep scan conducted by the two P-12 Psi Cops. His final thoughts revealed that the "clearinghouse" of blips was on Babylon 5. The stress of the scan caused his death.

NOTE[]

It is possible that this character is named Jensen, as the leader of the Railroad on B5 reiterated how important it was for his team to continue practicing their scan block techniques because Jensen did not think he would be caught and he ''cracked" when captured by the Psi Cops.

Appearances[]



Man (Signs and Portents)[]

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Markab father[]

He succumbed to the Drafa Plague while on Babylon 5. He was discovered by his daughter whom came looking for him after he did not return to their quarters for food and his wife sent their child to look for him. The event happened just after Dr. Franklin was informed of the disease, after completing autopsies on other patients, and had confronted Dr. Lazarenn about the subterfuge. That revelation did not allow any time for station personnel to react before he passed away.

Appearances[]






Markab mother[]

She and her family became infected with the Drafa Plague while on Babylon 5. Her husband died shortly before the disease was identified, but once that happened she and all Markab sought refuge in isolation away from the other B5 residents. While isolated she became separated from her daughter, Sh'naal, and Lennier sought to look for her while Delenn stayed and comforted Sh'naal. Both mother and daughter succumbed to the Drafa Plague while in isolation.

Appearances[]


Minbari Assassin[]



Minbari Captain[]

Appearances[]



Minbari Telepath - Sheridan[]

Appearances[]



Minbari Telepath - Ivanova[]

Appearances[]


Minbari Telepath - Franklin[]

Appearances[]




Minbari Telepath - Garibaldi[]

Appearances[]


N[]

Narn #1[]


Narn #2[]


P[]

Panicked Man[]


Patient #1[]


Pilgrim[]

Main article: Pilgrim



Pilot[]

Appearances[]



Psi Corps Rep[]

A representative stationed at the Psi Corps intelligence operations center in Syria Planum on Mars. In 2258, during the Mars Rebellion, the Rep was contacted by Talia Winters attempting to get a clear line of communication to Lise Hampton, on behalf of Michael Garibaldi.[3]

Appearances[]


S[]

Security Man[]

Appearances[]



Security Officer #1[]

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The Senator[]

Speculation[]

It is thought this may be Senator Gant whom Garibaldi refers to in "Believers." While Senators are not part of the military chain of command and don't have direct authority to issue orders members of the Babylon 5 Oversight Committee would have significant influence over laws and budget concerns affecting the station. It is likely that the chairman of the committee would be a common liaison with EarthGov and would speak with the station commander regularly. Since this character was the only one seen at the time fans make the connection between the instances to assume they are the same person. If this actor had been available more maybe could have returned to confirm and sustain that role.

Appearances[]

TV Movies[]
Babylon 5[]



Senator[]

A Senator who participated in the investigation into the death of President Luis Santiago. She accepted the official explanation, of a fusion reactor mishap, and didn't give any credibility into the leads from Babylon 5 personnel that a conspiracy may have taken place. She specifically ordered Commander Jeffrey Sinclair not to spread rumors contrary to the official story.

Appearances[]


Shooter (Telepath)[]

This rogue telepath was part of the Underground Railroad cell on Babylon 5. He was part of a plan to abduct Talia Winters so that she could speak with the members of the cell and learn of their stories of why they went rogue; hoping to convince her to help in their cause. He died in a firefight with Alfred Bester.[4]

Appearances[]



Special Agent #1[]

Appearances[]



Special Intelligence Agent #1[]

Appearances[]



Suspected Body Snatcher[]

Appearances[]


T[]

Tech #1[]

Appearances[]



Technician (A Voice in the Wilderness, Part I)[]

Appearances[]



Technician (A Voice in the Wilderness, Part I)[]

Appearances[]


Telepath #2[]

This unnamed P-11 was a member of the Underground Railroad cell on Babylon 5. She told Talia Winters her story of how the Psi Corps arranged for her to marry someone she did not love. When she refused they had her raped, then took her newborn daughter from the maternity ward, all to increase the likelihood of breeding strong telepaths.

Appearances[]


Troublemaker[]

Main article: Troublemaker


V[]


W[]

Woman[]

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Worker[]

Appearances[]


Y[]

Young Woman[]

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References[]

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