Who were all the captains on Star Trek?

Star Trek captains: who’s the best of all?

  • Captain James T Kirk (William Shatner) Star Trek: The Original Series (1966–1969)
  • Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart)
  • Captain Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks)
  • Captain Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew)
  • Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula)

How many captains did Star Trek have?

There are nine captains the Star Trek franchise has spotlighted across seven television series. While they have commanded crews of various races, interestingly, all but one captain was human.

Who was captain before Picard?

Captain James Kirk
After the Enterprise-D is destroyed in Star Trek: Generations during a mission where Picard met his predecessor Captain James Kirk, he is given command of a newly designed Sovereign class vessel, the Enterprise-E.

Who captained the Enterprise between Kirk and Picard?

Christopher Pike (Star Trek)

Christopher Pike
Species Human
Gender Male
Title Captain Fleet Captain Admiral (Alternate Universe)
Affiliation United Federation of Planets Starfleet

Who was the 1st captain on Star Trek?

The original Star Trek pilot was produced in 1964 for NBC. Jeffrey Hunter starred as Captain Pike, alongside Majel Barrett as Number One, and Leonard Nimoy as Spock.

Who has captained the Enterprise?

Launched in 2245, the original and illustrious starship U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was built in the San Francisco Yards orbiting Earth. The Constitution-class starship was previously captained by Robert April and Christopher Pike, before coming under the command of Captain James T. Kirk.

Which captain broke the Prime Directive the most?

To save his crew from Vaal’s wrath and give The Feeders of Vaal autonomy, Captain Kirk destroys the supercomputer, violating the Prime Directive.

Did Kirk ever meet Picard?

Kirk Meets Picard (‘Star Trek: Generations,’ 1994) Only the Nexus could allow these two greats to meet. The two Enterprise captains team up to save the day from Tolian Soran (Malcolm McDowell), with Kirk (William Shatner) ultimately dying in one of the most controversial and debated moments in Star Trek history.

Why did they get rid of Christopher Pike?

Jeffrey Hunter was unwilling to return, so the disfigured Pike was played by Sean Kenney under heavy makeup. Pike wouldn’t play a role in a Star Trek story again until the 2009 J.J. Abrams reboot film, where he was portrayed by Bruce Greenwood and served as something of a father figure to Chris Pine’s young Kirk.