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Worf

Worf, Klingon spelling wo'rIv, (born 2340) was son of Mogh of the House of Martok, brother of Kurn, mate of K'Ehleyr, father of Alexander Rozhenko, husband of Jadzia Dax, a Trill. Worf was the first Klingon to graduate from Starfleet Academy and held various Federation postings in tactical, security and command. He eventually became Federation ambassador to Qo'noS.

Colonel Worf is also the name of Worf's grandfather, father of Mogh. He was the legal advocate for Kirk and McCoy before the Klingon High Council. He was also a member of Klingon delegation at Camp Khitomer(1).

the actor

Michael Dorn, playing both Worf and Col Worf, appeared in more productions than any other actor. Worf was a regular character in The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine and appeared in all four TNG films, ST7, ST8, ST9, ST10. Col Worf appeared in ST6.

References

1 : Star Trek VI: An Undiscovered Country

External links

  • Worf at Wikipedia
  • Worf at Memory Alpha
Category: StarTrek    Latest edit: 11 Apr 2017, by MarcZankl    Created: 10 Jul 2014 by BradWilson
History: r6 < r5 < r4 < r3 - View wiki text



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