The Crew…

Frank Pike (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). The mission commander. Ex-military. Coster-Waldau reported that Pike has re-created a Civil War battle in his virt module and reruns it often, trying to solve a particular historical puzzle.

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Roger Fallon (James D’Arcy). Psychiatrist. A gifted therapist and producer of an onboard reality show in which the crew members are obligated to take part, the price of their interstellar voyage. Though those two jobs might sound incompatible, Taylor said that he combines his tasks with aplomb.

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Rika Godard (Sienna Guillory). Botanist, in charge of the hydroponics. Fallon’s wife, though Guillory said that her character is having an affair with someone on the ship.

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Manny Rodriguez (Jose Pablo Cantillo). Mathematician and superstring theorist.

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Valentin Orlovsky (Gene Farber). Geologist and Rodriguez’s partner.

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Kenji Yamamoto (Nelson Lee). Exo-biologist. Married to Alice Thibadeau. Writer/producer Taylor described them as a young couple, very much in love and having something of a second honeymoon on the ship.

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Alice Thibadeau (Joy Bryant). Exo-biologist, but with a different specialty from her husband.

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Jimmy Johnson (Ritchie Coster). Inventor of the matter/anti-matter weapons technology used to propel the ship. In a wheelchair because of an accident in his past. Coster described his character as “an agent of chaos.” He’s vital to the mission’s success, which is apparently the only reason anyone puts up with him.

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Julius “Jules” Braun (Erik Jensen). Longtime NASA scientist, designer of the ship and navigator.

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Adin Meyer (Omar Metwally). Ship’s doctor. Born in the West Bank of Israeli and Palestinian parentage.

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Billie Kashmiri (Kerry Bishe). Computer expert. Interfaces with the ship’s artificial intelligence, which is named Gene. Or perhaps Jean. Taylor declined to say whether the personality is male or female.

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Sue Parsons (Clea DuVall). Ship’s pilot. An ex-fighter pilot and very much into physical activity. Her virt modules are mainly about extreme sports.

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The Green-Eyed Man (Jimmi Simpson). At first, the green-eyed stranger appearing in people’s virtual reality simulations is ignored, until he attacks and rapes a member of the crew. After that, Captain Pike orders the virtual reality modules shut down until they can discover exactly who or what he is.

1 Response to “Cast”


  1. 1 johnmarzan June 26, 2009 at 1:00 am

    kashmiri? is that a pakistani surname? indian?


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