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The adventures of Earth's first interstellar spaceship are chronicled in this 'Star Trek' spin-off, which takes place in 2151 (a century before Captain Kirk). It follows Captain Jonathan Archer and his crew as they explore the galaxy and, later, pursue aliens who launched a devastating attack on Earth.

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Star Trek Enterprise ran for four seasons, from 2001 until 2005. Though not the shortest of the spin-offs, it has received undue amount of criticism and hate, largely due to its existence as a prequel rather than a sequel series.

It was the butt of many criticisms that Discovery has received, not least about the issues arising around canon. However, time has been slightly kinder to Enterprise and audiences are coming to see it in a slightly more positive light, all these years later.

The cast that was assembled for the show is both varied and a veritable who's who of the Sci-Fi scene of the time. Many faces that walked the hallways of NX-01 would appear in many contemporary Sci-Fi shows, including Stargate and its various spin-offs.

Some of the names on this list have gone on to have huge careers, both in front of and behind the camera. There are faces that may have only appeared for several brief moments that may make fans take a moment to goggle that they had appeared here so early on. Other faces regrettably have not fared so well in the years that have followed Enterprise's cancellation, though such is the life of actors in Hollywood.

With the renewed current interest in the Star Trek franchise, now is a good time to revisit this short but colourful chapter of Trek history and find out just what the cast of Enterprise is up to these days. Starting with...

17. Seth MacFarlane

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This man needs very little introduction. Easily one of the most outspoken Star Trek fans in Hollywood, Seth MacFarlane was once a crew member under Captain Archer, setting sail on the first warp 5 vessel.

MacFarlane is probably the most well known name to have come out of the series, as of course he was already established before it began. Family Guy hit the air in 1999, almost instantly becoming a success, despite setbacks in the beginning.

MacFarlane went on the record asking for a bright and upbeat view of the future when Star Trek Discovery was announced, which was a plea that fell on somewhat deaf ears in year one. So, he went ahead and made his own Star Trek (just without the name!). The Orville has turned into one of the brightest surprises of the last few years, combining the whacky humour that he is known for with a genuinely optimistic view of the future.

He may have only appeared in a grand total of about a minute of screen time, but Seth's passion for Star Trek is legendary. As it has contributed to so much of the content he has created, it is only right to include him here!

Writer. Reader. Host. I'm Seán, I live in Ireland and I'm the poster child for dangerous obsessions with Star Trek. Check me out on Twitter @seanferrick

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Star Trek: Enterprise cast list, including photos of the actors when available. This list includes all of the Star Trek: Enterprise main actors and actresses , so if they are an integral part of the show you'll find them below. You can various bits of trivia about these Star Trek: Enterprise stars, such as where the actor was born and what their year of birth is. This cast list of actors from Star Trek: Enterprise focuses primarily on the main characters, but there may be a few actors who played smaller roles on Star Trek: Enterprise that are on here as well.

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Star Trek: Enterprise Cast: Where They Are Today

Come with us as we catch up with the Star Trek: Enterprise cast. Here's where they are today.

The entertainment industry is so fast-paced in the way it is constantly pumping out new content in the form of films, TV shows, books, and music. There is always something new for audiences to watch. Therefore, as time passes, after a popular series ends, it is a regular occurrence to realize that decades have gone by since you went back to it. After so many years, we all have the privilege of being able to revisit the magic that we once knew as well as catch up with the talented actors that made those stories come to life.

As popular franchises go, Star Trek is one of the most iconic sci-fi franchises in history. Star Trek: Enterprise is a sci-fi series that began in 2001. This branch of the popular Star Trek franchise went on for a fantastic four seasons, and captured the hearts of Star Trek fans for years. This series acts as a 100-year prequel that gives us a glimpse into how the Federation came about. After over 20 years since this show premiered, let's take a look at where the cast of Star Trek: Enterprise is today.

8 Jolene Blalock

Actress and model Jolene Blalock played the Vulcan First Officer T'Pol in Star Trek: Enterprise . Although we love to see some stunning actors and actresses thrive in a career in the spotlight, Blalock left the glitz and glamour of acting and modeling for her family. She did eventually quit acting when she became pregnant, and she and her husband Michael have three children.

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7 Connor Trinneer

The one and only Trip Tucker was played by the talented Connor Trinneer in Star Trek: Enterprise . Since the show ended in 2005, Trinneer has still continued on in the film and TV industry with some of his projects including the Stargate Origins series in 2018 as well as the 2017 Tom Cruise crime action film American Made . From sci-fi and action to horror and romance, Trinneer continues to be a versatile actor post- Star Trek , something that is not easy for actors coming out of popular franchises like this one.

6 Dominic Keating

Dominic Keating played Lieutenant Malcolm Reed in Star Trek: Enterprise . This British actor has also found a place in the industry after the series ended. Since Star Trek , you can spot Keating in projects like 2011's The One Warrior , 2019's Once Upon a Time in London , and the mystery crime film The Host . Keating's impact on the Star Trek universe was definitely felt and still talked about to this day.

5 Scott Bakula

Scott Bakula is one the most recognizable faces from the Star Trek: Enterprise cast due to his current acting roles. In Star Trek: Enterprise , Bakula was Captain Jonathan Archer. By the time Enterprise came out, Bakula was no stranger to the sci-fi genre, having already starred in the 1989 series Quantum Leap . These days, if you are just dying to see Bakula in his element, make sure you check him out as he stars as Dwayne Pride in CBS's NCIS: New Orleans .

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4 Linda Park

Next up, we have Hoshi Sato herself, the incomparable Linda Park . Park's career continued after Star Trek: Enterprise 's end in 2005, with her taking parts in projects like the show Women's Murder Club in 2007, the romance drama The Face of Love in 2013, and even in the show Bosch that premiered its first season in 2014. Her most recent role was pretty big as she played Julie Yang in the controversial Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story starring Evan Peters as the notorious serial killer.

3 John Billingsley

John Billingsley plays Dr. Phlox in Star Trek: Enterprise . Since the show ended, Billingsley has not hit the pause button on his acting career. Some of his most recent roles include Harry in the 2017 film The Man from Earth: Holocene , Russo in The Shift in 2023, and some guest appearances in popular shows like NCIS: Hawaiʻi, 2022's biographical drama Pam & Tommy , and the action drama Station 19 .

2 Anthony Montgomery

Anthony Montgomery played the role of Travis Mayweather in the Star Trek series . Although we recognize Montgomery's talents as an actor in this role alone, did you know that he also happens to be a graphic novelist? The ever-so-talented Montgomery has kept busy since the show's end, taking part in some films like 2017's The Preacher's Son and 2020's Lost Girls: Angie's Story .

1 Vaughn Armstrong

Vaughn Armstrong played Star Trek: Enterprise 's Admiral Forrest. However, in terms of the Star Trek franchise as a whole, Armstrong is pretty much royalty, having played a whopping 12 characters throughout different projects in the franchise. From the shows and the movies, to the voices in video games, Armstrong has really made a name for himself in this franchise. Armstrong as also extended his talents to other shows and films including ABC's comedy Modern Family and The Fosters , and the 2019 short The Obituarist.

Chris Pine Shares Honest (And Confused) Response To Star Trek 4’s Latest Update

Star Trek 4 is still in development, and even Chris Pine is confused about what's going on.

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The Star Trek franchise is a beloved piece of pop culture, making up some of the best sci-fi movies of all time . While the franchise continues to expand on the small screen for those with a Paramount+ subscription , fans have been wondering about its future on the big screen after the ending of Star Trek Beyond back in 2016. And lead actor Chris Pine recently shared his honest (and confused) response to Star Trek 4 's latest update. 

Back in March it was revealed that S tar Trek 4 was back in development with new screenwriter Steve Yockey. While this was exciting for fans who want to see some of the best Star Trek characters return, it seems to have caught the current cast off guard. While speaking with Business Insider , Pine expressed some confusion, offering:

I honestly don't know. There was something in the news of a new writer coming on board. I thought there was already a script, but I guess I was wrong, or they decided to pivot. As it's always been with Trek, I just wait and see.

There you have it. Despite being Kirk himself, it seems like even Chris Pine doesn't know what the studio is cooking up with Star Trek 4 . He thought there was a script, but it seems they're changing course for the upcoming sci-fi movie. Hopefully more information is released to the public soon (as well as the cast).

Pine's comments show how quickly things change in the entertainment industry, including in giant tentpole blockbusters. Things are constantly in flux, and it seems like Paramount is taking special care with exactly how they bring the reboot cast back for another blockbuster. 

Known colloquially as the Kelvin timeline, The Enterprise was brought back to theaters starting with J.J. Abrams ' 2009 Star Trek. That movie and its first sequel were wild successes, although the threequel Beyond had a more lukewarm reception upon its release. And since its release in 2016 fans have not-so-patiently been waiting for the beloved crew to suit up for another mission across the stars.

If/when another Star Trek movie ends up filming, it's no doubt going to be a very different experience for the cast. Namely because back in 2016 actor Anton Yelchin died suddenly when his car rolled back onto him in his driveway. The cast went through the marketing process for Star Trek Beyond while mourning, and it would no doubt be emotional to be back on set without the beloved Chekov actor with them. 

Only time will tell when Star Trek 4 finally starts shooting a new movie, all these years after Beyond was released. The cast isn't getting any younger, so time is seemingly of the essence. For his part Chris Pine seems down to return. In the meantime, check the 2024 movie release dates . 

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Star Trek Has Finally Revealed the Evil Enterprise's Weird Fate

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Today, everyone knows what a multiverse is. But back in 1967, parallel universe stories weren’t nearly as common as they are now, even within the sci-fi genre. A classic Star Trek episode, Jerome Bixby’s “Mirror, Mirror,” helped popularize the alternate universe trope, complete with meaner versions of yourself who may rock an evil little goatee like Mirror Spock.

Star Trek’s Mirror Universe also gave us an alternate version of the USS Enterprise in the ISS Enterprise , a ship that served the Imperial Terran Empire, not the United Federation of Planets. Now, in the Discovery Season 5 episode “Mirrors,” the evil ISS Enterprise is back... as a force for good. Here’s what it all means. Spoilers ahead.

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Burnham looks at the ISS Enterprise in 'Discovery' Season 5

Captain Burnham watches the ISS Enterprise warp to Federation HQ.

While pursuing the thieves Moll and L’ak, Book and Burnham take a shuttlecraft into an unstable wormhole and discover the floating, pseudo-derelict ISS Enterprise . One of the clues to the Progenitor’s tech has been hidden on it, but for Burnham, it’s kind of like a bizzaro universe homecoming. Burnham spent a decent amount of time in the Mirror Universe in Discovery Season 1 , and in Season 2 she found herself on the Enterprise with her brother Spock just before jumping from the 23rd century to the 32nd century.

In “Mirrors,” Burnham notes that “crossing between universes has been impossible for centuries,” which means the ISS Enterprise must have crossed over into the Prime Universe well before the 32nd century. Burnham is referencing the events of Discovery Season 3, when we learned that Philippa Georgiou, a resident of the Mirror Universe, couldn’t go back to her home universe because those dimensions had drifted apart. But the ISS Enterprise , which was previously captained by an evil Kirk, crossed over into the Prime Universe well before that moment, and Discovery has now added details connecting The Original Series, Deep Space Nine , and Discovery Season 3.

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Mirror Spock talks to Kirk in the 'Star Trek' episode "Mirror, Mirror.'

Spock talking with Kirk in “Mirror, Mirror.”

In the Deep Space Nine episode “Crossover” we learn that after Kirk talked to Mirror Spock and encouraged him to try making the Terran Empire a peaceful power, Mirror Spock did just that. But as Mirror Kira explained, Mirror Spock’s idealism didn’t work out the way he’d hoped:

“Spock rose to Commander in Chief of the Empire by preaching reforms, disarmament, peace. It was quite a remarkable turnabout for his people. Unfortunately for them, when Spock had completed all these reforms, his empire was no longer in any position to defend itself against us [the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance].”

Discovery appears to be referencing this exact event, even if Spock isn’t named outright. When Book learns the ISS Enterprise became a refugee ship for people who’d turned against the Empire, he says, “The Terran High Chancellor was killed for trying to make reforms.”

This likely references Spock, but adds the twist that he was perhaps betrayed by other people within the Terran Empire, even if Earth adopted his reforms. Now, by the end of “Mirrors,” the 23rd-century ISS Enterprise has been moved to the Prime Universe and the 32nd century. It’s an antique by modern standards, but it’s a contemporary of the USS Discovery, so it’s still serviceable. This means that by the end of Discovery Season 5 there will still be a version of the classic Enterprise floating around Federation headquarters, so when the Starfleet Academy series debuts, 32nd-century Starfleet cadets will have access to the classic version of the most famous Enterprise. It may technically be an evil twin, but its historic adventures aren’t over just yet.

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Prime Video’s Blade Runner TV project has cast Michelle Yeoh in a lead role.

The Oscar-winning Everything Everywhere All at Once actress has signed on to Blade Runner 2099 .

The limited series is from showrunner Silka Luisa ( Shining Girls ) and executive produced by original Blade Runner director Ridley Scott. Jonathan van Tulleken ( Shogun ) will direct the first two episodes.

Yeoh will soon reprise her role as Trek ‘s Emperor Philippa Georgiou in the TV movie Star Trek: Section 31 .

In addition to Luisa and Scott, the show’s executive producers include Andrew Kosove, Broderick Johnson, Ben Roberts, David W. Zucker, Clayton Krueger, Tom Spezialy, Richard Sharkey, Michael Green, Cynthia Yorkin, Frank Giustra and Isa Dick Hackett.

There’s no premiere date as of yet, and the project is the first live-action Blade Runner property since the 2017 film Blade Runner 2049 .

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Court is the final frontier for this lost 'Star Trek' model

I n April, Heritage Auctions heralded the discovery of the original model of the U.S.S. Enterprise, the iconic starship that whooshed through the stars in the opening credits of the 1960s TV series “Star Trek” but had mysteriously disappeared around 45 years ago.

The auction house, known for its dazzling sales of movie and television props and memorabilia, announced that it was returning the 33-inch model to Eugene "Rod" Roddenberry Jr., son of series creator Gene Roddenberry. The model was kept at Heritage’s Beverly Hills office for “safekeeping,” the house proclaimed in a statement, shortly after an individual discovered it and brought it to Heritage for authentication.

“After a long journey, she's home,” Roddenberry’s son posted on X , (formerly Twitter).

But the journey has been far from smooth. The starship model and its celebrated return is now the subject of a lawsuit alleging fraud, negligence and deceptive trade practice, highlighting the enduring value of memorabilia from the iconic sci-fi TV series.

The case was brought by Dustin Riach and Jason Rivas, longtime friends and self-described storage unit entrepreneurs who discovered the model among a stash of items they bought “sight unseen” from a lien sale at a storage locker in Van Nuys last October.

“It’s an unfortunate misunderstanding. We have a seller on one side and a buyer on the other side and Heritage is in the middle, and we are aligning the parties on both sides to get the transaction complete,” said Armen Vartian, an attorney representing the Dallas-based auction house, adding that the allegations against his client were “unfounded.”

The pair claimed that once the model was authenticated and given a value of $800,000, they agreed to consign it to an auction sale with Heritage planned for July 2024, according to the lawsuit. However, following their agreement, they allege the auction house falsely questioned their title to the model and then convinced them, instead of taking it to auction, to sell it for a low-ball $500,000 to Roddenberry Entertainment Inc. According to the suit, Eugene Roddenberry, the company's CEO, had shown great interest in the model and could potentially provide a pipeline of memorabilia to the auction house in the future.

“They think we have a disagreement with Roddenberry,” said Dale Washington, Riach and Rivas’ attorney. “We don’t. We think they violated property law in the discharge of their fiduciary duties.”

The two men allege they have yet to receive the $500,000 payment.

A surprise discovery in a Van Nuys storage unit

For years, Riach and Rivas have made a living buying repossessed storage lockers and selling the contents online, at auction and at flea markets. In fact, Riach has appeared on the reality TV series “Storage Wars.”

“It’s a roll of dice in the dark,” Riach said of his profession bidding on storage lockers. “Sometimes you are buying a picture of a unit. When a unit goes to lien, what you see is what you get and the rest is a surprise. At a live auction you can shine a flashlight, smell and look inside to get a gauge. But online is a gamble, it’s only as good as the photo."

Last fall, Riach said he saw a picture of a large locker in an online sale. It was 10 feet by 30 feet, and “I saw boxes hiding in the back, it was dirty, dusty, there were cobwebs and what looked like a bunch of broken furniture,” he said.

Something about it, he said, “looked interesting,” and he called Rivas and told him they should bid on it. Riach declined to say how much they paid.

There were tins of old photographs and negatives of nitrate film reels from the 1800s and 1900s. When Rivas unwrapped a trash bag that was sitting on top of furniture, he pulled out a model of a spaceship. The business card of its maker, Richard C. Datin, was affixed to the bottom of the base.

A Google search turned up that Datin had made “Star Trek” models, although the two men didn’t make the connection to the TV series.

“We buy lots of units and see models all of the time,” Riach said. He thought they would find a buyer and decided to list it on eBay with a starting price of $1,000.

At once, they were deluged with inquiries. Among Trekkies, the long-lost first starship model had attained a mythical status.

The original “Star Trek'' debuted in 1966 and aired for three seasons. Although its original run was brief, the show has generated numerous films and television spinoffs and is one of the most lucrative entertainment franchises, with an enormous fan base.

In 2022, at a Heritage auction of 75 props and items, a Starfleet Communicator from the 1990s series "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” sold for $27,500 while a pair of Spock’s prosthetic Vulcan ear tips from the original series went for $11,875, more than twice the amount they brought when they were sold in 2017 for $5,100.

The starship’s design was crucial to the series' success. "If you didn’t believe you were in a vehicle traveling through space, a vehicle that made sense, whose layout and design made sense, then you wouldn’t believe in the series,” Gene Roddenberry said in the 1968 book “The Making of Star Trek,” according to the auction house.

For years, the show’s creator had kept the 33-inch model on his desk. It became the prototype for the 11-foot model used in subsequent episodes. That version was later donated to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. But that first model disappeared around 1978 when the makers of “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” borrowed it.

A missing starship model

In 1979, Roddenberry wrote to then Paramount executive Jeffrey Katzenberg stating that he had “loaned” the model to the studio more than a year earlier.

"My problem is simply that of getting my model back," Roddenberry wrote, according to a copy provided by Washington. "It is a fairly expensive piece of model making but its real value to me is what it represents." He added that no one he had spoken with "had the slightest hint as to who got it or what happened to it."

Roddenberry died in 1991 .

After the massive interest sparked by the eBay listing, Riach and Rivas pulled the sale and began researching the model more intently. They discovered the connection between Datin and the TV series but also learned that the original model was the same size as the one they had found and it had gone missing. “I said wow, do we have something here?” said Riach, and then reached out to Heritage.

Riach admitted that “Star Trek” wasn’t really on his radar. He was a die-hard “Star Wars” fan, having collected vintage memorabilia from the space films since he was 8 years old.

But given the treasure he unearthed, he now says, “I love ‘Star Trek.’

“There are people buying storage units for 20 years and you will never find anything this great,” he said. “It’s like buying a lottery ticket. It was a very great find.”

Things took an unexpected twist, Riach said. In March, he and Rivas signed an agreement to sell the model for $500,000 after it was pulled from the planned auction and they were told Roddenberry Entertainment had a "strong claim" to the model's title and “would tie them up with its ‘powerful legal team.’” But then they were given a new transfer agreement to sign with a new set of terms. Riach declined and, instead, he and Rivas called Washington.

Heritage “moved the goalposts,” said their attorney. Under the new agreement, Riach and Rivas would be paid a "finder's fee," which Washington called a "reward," converting it from a transactional payment to a potentially voluntary payment.

They claimed that by April, when Heritage announced the model had resurfaced, the pair came to believe the house failed to disclose the item's value was much greater than they had been told.

Joe Maddalena, Heritage’s executive vice president, made public statements calling it “priceless.” “It could sell for any amount and I wouldn’t be surprised because of what it is,” he told the AP . “It is truly a cultural icon.”

They also had not been paid.

On April 28, 10 days after Heritage announced it had returned the model to Roddenberry, Riach and Rivas' lawyer sent a letter to the auction house’s attorney outlining their claims and asking for the payment promised; they also proposed mediation.

Vartian, the lawyer representing Heritage, said that Riach and Rivas became “impatient" about getting the transaction done, and disputes the house had a fiduciary duty to them.

“This is an arm's-length business relationship," Vartian said. "They bring something to the auction house and are trying to get the most possible amount as quickly as possible, that is [Heritage’s] position and what they did.”

Still, Vartian is confident that they will soon conclude the transaction, saying, “Various things including scheduling have taken longer than it would.”

For his part, Riach says this experience is much like that of the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise — “a strange new world.”

“I’ve never experienced anything like this. I’ve sold fine art at auction and other places, I got my check and went on. I’ve never had this roller coaster.

“Storage is a hard game. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose," he added. "We’ve bought a $10,000 unit and everything was complete garbage. But if you play long enough, you can get lucky.”

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times .

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  • Star Trek: Discovery season 5 brings back the Mirror Universe's ISS Enterprise with a male computer voice.
  • Captain Burnham and Booker discovered the derelict ISS Enterprise in interdimensional space and brought it back to the Prime Universe.
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Star Trek: Discovery season 5 brought back the Mirror Universe's ISS Enterprise and mirrored the change Star Trek: The Original Series made to the Enterprise's computer. Captain Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Cleveland Booker (David Ajala) found the derelict ISS Enterprise in interdimensional space and piloted it back to Star Trek 's Prime Universe. The Mirror Universe's Enterprise in Star Trek: Discovery is the same ship introduced, along with the Mirror Universe, in Star Trek: The Original Series ' classic episode "Mirror, Mirror". Naturally, the ISS Enterprise's computer is the opposite of the USS Enterprise's computer in both series.

On his X, Jörg Hillebrand (@gaghyogi49), who was a researcher for Star Trek: Picard season 3, pointed out that the ISS Enterprise in Star Trek: Discovery season 5, episode 5 , has a male computer voice, just like the ISS Enterprise does in Star Trek: The Original Series ' "Mirror Mirror." This is a 'mirror reversal' of the USS Enterprise's computer, whose female voice was provided by Majel Barett-Roddenberry. Check out the post below:

John Winston voiced the ISS Enterprise computer in Star Trek: The Original Series, and Barnaby Carpenter provided the ISS Enterprise computer voice in Star Trek: Discovery.

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Starfleet computer voices are traditionally female in Star Trek. Majel Barrett-Roddenberry voiced not just the USS Enterprise's computer in Star Trek: The Original Series , but also the starship computers in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager . Star Trek: Picard season 3 laudably restored Majel's voice as the USS Enterprise-D's computer. On Star Trek: Strange New Worlds ' Alex Kapp is now the voice of the USS Enterprise's computer. However, to make the Mirror Universe's ISS Enterprise 'the opposite' of the USS Enterprise, the Mirror computer voice was and still is male in Star Trek: Discovery .

No one can ever replace Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as a Star Trek computer voice.

Different actresses voice the various computers in the current Star Trek on Paramount+ series . In Star Trek: Discovery , Annabelle Wallis voices Zora, the sentient and emotionally sensitive supercomputer of the USS Discovery. On Star Trek: Lower Decks , Jessica Ruth McKenna voices the USS Cerritos' computer. Star Trek: Prodigy 's Bonnie Gordon is the voice of the USS Protostar's computer, among other roles. In Star Trek: Picard season 3, Amy Earhart was the voice of the USS Titan-A's computer. Of course, no one can ever replace Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as a Star Trek computer voice, but Star Trek: Discovery season 5 went the proper extra step by bringing back a male computer voice as Majel's ISS Enterprise counterpart.

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