Arora

Geet Arora is the actor who portrayed Worker Bee #2 in the Star Trek: Short Treks installment, “Runaway.” His other credits include The Beaverton, Workin’ Moms and Taken.

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Me Hani Ika Hali Ka Po

(Portrayed by Yadira Guevara-Prip)

A brilliant young Xahean engineer who loved her planet Xahea as a sister, so created an incubator to recrystallize dilithium, becoming incredibly valuable to the entire universe in the process. As a result, she ran away and became a stowaway on the U.S.S. Discovery, where Sylvia Tilly befriended her (in the Star Trek: Short Treks installment, “Runaway”). She later came to the ship's rescue during its showdown with Control

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Xaheans

A humanoid species that can camouflage its skin to match its surroundings, like a chameleon. Also has bioluminescent blood and a ridge that rises on its back when it's angry. Their species was born at the same time as their home planet, Xahea. They had just recently achieved warp drive capacity in 2257.

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Runaway

Onboard the U.S.S.Discovery, Ensign Tilly encounters an unexpected visitor in need of help. However, this unlikely pair may have more in common than meets the eye.

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Delfin

Joe Delfin guest starred as Worker Bee #1 in the Star Trek: Short Treks installment, “Runaway.” The actor has also played roles in Rookie Blue, The Expanse, The Strain, Private Eyes and 12 Monkeys, among other shows.

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Tilly

(Portrayed by Mimi Kuzyk).

Siobhan Tilly was the mother of Sylvia Tilly.

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van Sprang

Alan van Sprang is the Canadian actor plays Leland, a Section 31 agent, in season two of Star Trek: Discovery. Van Sprang actually first portrayed Leland in a scene deleted from the first season finale, “Will You Take My Hand?” 

Van Sprang’s many film and television credits date back to the mid-1990s. Among his best known projects are Conundrum, Viper, La Femme Nikita, Earth: Final Conflict, Soul Food, Evel Knievel, Saw III, Diary of the Dead, Survival of the Dead, The Tudors, Saving Hope, Reign and Shadowhunters.

 

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Will You Take My Hand?

With Georgiou at the helm of the plan to end the Klingon war once and for all, the U.S.S. Discovery crew struggles to fathom and tolerate her hostile tactics. Memories of past hardships are rekindled within Burnham.

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Binkley

Matthew Binkley is the Canadian actor and model who portrayed the Orion character, Shavo, in the first-season finale of Star Trek: Discovery, “Will You Take My Hand?” Born in Toronto, Binkley counts among his credits the film Freedom, an episode of The Strain, and a role in the stage production, A Ticket on The 4.

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Leger

Crystal Leger is the Canadian actress credited as Klingon Player #2 in “Will You Take My Hand?”, the final episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s freshman season. Her other credits include the short film Arranged and the horror feature Henry’s Cabin. Leger also served as a stunt performer in the Discovery episode, “Into the Forest I Go.”

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Shava

(Portrayed by Bree Waylenko).

An Orion female dancer working at an outpost on the Klingon home planet of Qo'noS that performs for Georgiou.

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Shavo

(Portrayed by Matthew Binkley).

An Orion male dancer working at an outpost on the Klingon home planet of Qo'noS that performs for Georgiou.

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Leland

(Portrayed by Alan van Sprang)

The leader of Section 31. He recruited Philippa Georgiou in the Orion outpost on the Klingon home planet to join him.

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Wasylenko

Bree Wasylenko is the Canadian actress and dancer who played Shava in the Star Trek: Discovery first-season finale, “Will You Take My Hand?” Born in Okotoks, Alberta, and currently based in Toronto, Wasylenko competed on the third season of So You Think You Can Dance Canada, has served as a choreographer on several projects, including the TV movie Frenemies and the feature Make Your Move, and has acted in such shows and films as Reign, Murdoch Mysteries, The Next Step and Kin

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Doctari Alpha

The location of a Vulcan science outpost which came under Klingon attack and resulted in the death of Michael Burnham's parents. Michael was saved when her mother hid her in a kitchen cabinet.

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Kohan

Morgan Kohan, who describes herself on Twitter as “Just another Toronto actor livin' the life,” got green as the Orion Weapons Trader in the Star Trek: Discovery episode, “Will You Take My Hand?” Her previous television credits include episodes of Contingency, Dead Weight, Murdoch Mysteries and Kim’s Convenience

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Nicholls-King

Melanie Nicholls-King is the Canadian actress who portrayed Admiral Drake in the Star Trek: Discovery episode "The War Without, The War Within." Best known for her stint as Cheryl on The Wire, Nicholls-King counts among her many other television and film credits Forever Knight, Guilty as Sin, The Famous Jett Jackson, Goosebumps,  Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Rookie Blue, St. Vincent, Orphan Black and Falling Water.

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Solomon

David Solomon directed the Star Trek: Discovery episode "The War Without, The War Within." A veteran television director and producer, Solomon's previous directing credits include Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Las Vegas, Dollhouse, Fringe, Once Upon a Time, Blue Bloods, Grimm, Zoo, Falling Skies (with Doug Jones), Midnight, Texas, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  His work as a producer encompasses many of the shows above, as well as several Perry Mason made-for-television movies and the series Nikita. And, earlier in his career, Solomon served as an editor on Bay City Blues, Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues, among other shows. 

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Saratoga, U.S.S.

The U.S.S. Saratoga was a Federation starship that was tailed by a cloaked Klingon raider into spacedock at Starbase 22 during the Klingon-Federation War. The raider then ignited its antimatter supply in a suicide mission. Days later, similar attacks were carried out on Starbases 19 and 12, wiping out one third of the Federation fleet.

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The War Without, The War Within

Back on the U.S.S. Discovery, Michael Burnham and the crew are faced with the harsh reality of the war during their absence. In order to move forward, Starfleet must use unconventional tactics and sources to take their next action against the Klingons.

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