Three-time Emmy Award-nominated actor Rainn Wilson plays Harry Mudd on Star Trek: Discovery. Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Wilson is a veteran of movies, television and theater, and is a musician, stage actor and author as well.
Wilson is best known for his role as Dwight Schrute on the long-running comedy series The Office. His other television and film credits include Galaxy Quest, Charmed, Dark Angel, House of 1000 Corpses, Six Feet Under, Juno, Monsters vs. Aliens, Super, The Rocker, Backstrom and the films Smurfs: The Lost Village and Meg. On stage, he's appeared in such productions as Titus Andronicus and, on Broadway, The Tempest (with Patrick Stewart) and London Assurance.
He's also written two books, SoulPancake: Chew on Life's Big Questions and The Bassoon King.
Kemp Powers’ Twitter bio describes him as a “playwright, screenwriter, storyteller, birdwatcher, pugilist, nerd, gentleman.” He also happens to be a Star Trek: Discovery staff writer who received co-story and co-teleplay credit on the first-season episode, “Choose Your Pain.”
While on a mission, Lorca unexpectedly finds himself in the company of prisoner of war, Starfleet Lieutenant Ash Tyler and notorious intergalactic criminal, Harry Mudd. Burnham voices her concerns about the repercussions of the spore drive jumps on "Ripper".
Olatunde Osunsanmi is a writer, producer and director who helmed the Star Trek: Discovery episode "The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry." His previous credits include The Cavern, The Fourth Kind, Falling Skies, Extant, Under the Dome, Sleepy Hollow, Gotham, Bates Motel and The Son.
Starfleet admiral who directed the U.S.S. Discovery to defend the Corvan II's inhabitants and mines during a Klingon attack in the mid-23rd century. She is a medical officer specializing in psychology.
Cornwell was captured by Klingons during a diplomatic mission to Cancri IV but later rescued from the Ship of the Dead by Michael Burnham.
Jordana Blake is the Canadian child actress who portrayed the Betarian Girl in the Star Trek: Discovery episode, “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry.” She previously appeared in an episode of Killjoys and several installments of the acclaimed miniseries, The Handmaid's Tale.
Jayne Brook portrays Admiral Cornwell on Star Trek: Discovery. Born in Northbrook, Illinois, the actress boasts a career spanning more than three decades and counts among her numerous film and television credits Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead, Gattaca, Chicago Hope, John Doe, Boston Legal, NCIS, Brothers & Sisters, Rizzoli & Isles and The Sweet Life.
Wilson Cruz, who plays Dr. Hugh Culber on Star Trek: Discovery, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, before relocating with his family to California, where he later attended California State University at San Bernadino. The actor, who is of Puerto Rican descent and openly gay, is best known for his roles as Rickie on the television series My So-Called Life and as Angel in the long-running Broadway production of Rent.
Cruz's other television credits include Ally McBeal, Party of Five, NCIS, Pushing Daisies, Noah's Ark, Red Band Society, Shameless, Doubt and 13 Reasons Why. He's been seen in such films as Nixon, Party Monster and He's Just Not That Into You, and on stage in A Perfect Wedding and Tick, Tick... Boom!
A planetoid near the Aneto System responsible for 40% of the Federation's dilithium. During the Klingon-Federation War, Corvan II was under attack before the arrival of the U.S.S. Discovery and its destruction of the Klingon ships.
Rekha Sharma, who hails from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, co-stars on Star Trek: Discovery as Commander Ellen Landry, the Discovery’s security officer. Sharma is perhaps most recognized for her roles as Tory Foster on Battlestar Galactica and Dr. Lorelei Tsing on The 100. Among her other film and television credits are The Outer Limits, The Core, Smallville, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.