Uhura as we normally saw her in the original series.
There are many female characters in the Star Trek universe, although very few returning characters so I'll try to deal with them in some sort of order.
Susan Oliver played Vina in the pilot of the original series, a disfigured woman made beautiful by illusion.
Vina was made to look beautiful to entice the captain, but when this wasn't working, the aliens turned her into an Orion Slave girl, who have a magical spell over men. Green aliens? Love them!
Janice Rand was introduced in the first episode proper and sadly appeared in only 8 episodes. She was something of a sex symbol and Captain Kirk's personal Yeoman. Known for her good looks, long legs and her beehive hairstyle! She was a friendly and an often vulnerable member of the crew.
Harcourt Fenton Mudd was something of a scoundrel, peddling women to rich but lonely Di-Lithium miners. He did transport to the Enterprise with 3 special items of cargo in the episode "Mudd's Women" beautiful women who only had their good looks due to an illegal drug they were taking.
Eve was a lonely character who would have preferred Kirk as a husband to a miner, and she regretted going along with Mudd in the end. It was her confidence that transformed her back into a beautiful woman after receiving a placebo.
Ruth was happy to go along with Mudd and was very sexy - especially those sparkling eyes.
Real name Dietlinde Zechner, I've seen Susan looking better to be honest. She was a chorus girl and former playboy playmate who is probably better known for her role in the film Frankenstein created woman. I'm not sure her heavy Austrian accent worked (in fact it was dubbed out in the Frankenstein film as it was considered to be too strong).
Mostly one-off characters in skimpy outfits, but an alien or two.
The very pretty and prolific actress, Sherry Jackson layed the android, Andrea. Although Andrea experimented kissing with kirk (obviously), she realised that she loved her creator, but killed him by accident (which is a pretty normal plot for this series!)
As a test to see if a brainwashing machine was working whilst Kirk was in it, she suggested that he loved her, reminding him of a dance at a Christmas party. Like Kirk needed an excuse to carry a pretty girl to his room??
Lenore was a bit mad, killing people to protect her father who had been a mass murderer but now an actor in a travelling group. Barbara was another prolific actress in the 1970s, appearing in Ironside and Mission Impossible.
A teasing photo shoot of Emily as Tonia Barrows, another attempt at a yeoman to replace Rand. She was rather flirty with McCoy in the episode Shore Leave.
T'Pring was intended to be Spock's wife under a pre-arrangement, but Spock had to fight Kirk to the death to win her over. Spock dumped her in the end - because she was just a nasty scheming bitch! I'm not sure of her babe credentials - I'm just not sure if Vulcans are sexy - but I really don't think they were intended to be early on...
The young and very pretty lieutenant was so pretty that the god Apollo wanted to keep her. He gave her a very rauncy outfit (Greek, don't you know) and promised to make her his wife.
Shahna was a slave - called a drill thrall - on a world called triskellion, where she was part of an elite fighting force who would battle for a bunch of space gamblers called the providers. She became Kirk's personal coach when he was kidnapped and had to fight him to the death (as usual). the problem was that Kirk was so irresistable that she couldn't kill him, and neither could he. As far as I am aware, she is the only actress to pose as a Star Trek character in the nude to sell signed photos at conventions.
The very sexy Nancy played Nona, a medicine woman who saved Kirk's life when he was bitten by a Mugato. She had mystical powers and could use plants to bewitch people.
Kelinda was a stunning member of a trio of Kelvans who wanted to steal the Enterprise and she had a belt that had a number of powers, including freezing people and turning them into solids, having removed all of their water. Although initially tough and strong, she fell for the magnestism of Kirk, who frequently "apologised" for striking her earlier - I think you know what I mean....
When Spock's brain gets stolen, the crew find themselves looking for it on a planet inhabitedby beautiful and scantily dressed females called eymorg. Kara is their leader and has a very simple mind. The eymorg are the "bringers of pain and pleasure" - the pleasure is obvious, but the pain is made by pressing on buttons on their bracelets.
It was Luna who mysteriously appeared on the ship just before Spock's brain went missing. A simple child-like mind could not have done it, but she had donned "the Teacher" earlier which had enhanced her brain
The jury is still out as far as I'm concerned about romulans and vulcans. But there is something about Joanne's portrayal of the Romulan Commander that includes her on this page.Initially strong and forceful, out to get what she wants, we see a vulnerable side to her as she woos Spock into joining her.
Unknowingly living on an asteroid/spaceship on a journey to a promised land, Natira starts to doubt her surroundings when McCoy appears on the scene with a terminal illness. A high priestess, she falls in love with Bones, but eventually comes to see senseand leads her people, the Fabrini, on their journey whilst the good doctor is miraculously cured and wants to get on with the Star Trek thing.
Philana was actually a bad piece of work. Having god-like powers, she took pleasure in torturing the local dwarf and members of the crew for fun. Needless to say, this pretty lady found her match and stopped being so nasty when the crew were able to replicate her powers.
Its Yvonne again, who played batgirl, but now she's a crazy Orion girl kept on a planet prison for the reallly insane beings in the galaxy. Yvonne uses her dancing skills to distract the crew and puts on a pretty mean show.
This very pretty young lady was found walking about on the Enterprise by Kirk. It was just a copy of the ship he had beamed to, and a rouse to get the captain to infect Odan with a virus that he had so that she could pass it on to her poulation, which was overcrowded and totally out of control.
When Spock and the doctor are accidentally transported to an icy world in the distant past of a planet about to be destroyed, they meet the only inhabitant, Zarabeth, played by the very georgous Mariette Hartley. she has been imprisioned there for attempting to overthrow a tyrant, but she looks pretty good in her animal-skin attire.
Created by Flint, an immortal, to be his companion, the beautiful and intelligent Rayna was unaware of the fact that she was not human, even though she did not have emotions. Flint planned that Kirk would entice them, which he did, but she simply couldn't handle it, so she died - well,short-circuited really. Sad. As an interesting sideline, her surname was in recognitionof Karel Capek, the Czech writer who first coined the phrase "robot".
Living on a cloud city and enjoying all the benefits of the high life: good food, art, philospy etc, Droxilla was unaware of the hardship experienced by the workers down on the planet below. She believed them to be less intelligent life forms, whilst she and her people had elevated beyond them. Only when she realised that this difference in intelligence was due to a gas produced by mining zenite, did she become troubled and offered to go down to the planet as an equal. Bless her.
Only she wasn't just a cat! Belonging to Gary Seven, a human from the future, who came back to save Earth from a nuclear disaster She only appears briefley, and we know nothing about her, but the stunning Victoria Vetri was some cat!
The stunningly beautiful Drusilla was the personal slave of a Roman-like being. She was ordered to spend the night with Kirk before he was executed the following morning.
Teresa Ross was a yeoman who was transported to the planet Gothos, where she was entertained, along with other crew members, by the Squire, Trelayne. He gave her an 18th century dancing gown and flirted with her. To be honest, she looks great in just the normal uniform - Venita was a multi-beauty contest winner in her day.
And now for Star Trek: The Next Generation
Deanna Troi was a half-human, half Betazoid, who had extra-sensory empathy and some telepathic abilities. She started as a counsellor to the captain and crew of the Enterprise and was a regular member of the cast. When she started, her role was quite one-dimensional and limited to feeling some alien presence. However, as the series developed, so too did Troi. She changed her image a number of times. Her hair changed, her uniform changed and her personality and role changed. I was never certain about Troi at the start of the series but the character really grew on me as time went by, particularly as she started to reduce her counsellor role and became a commander after passing the test in the episode "Thine Own Self". An extra dimension was added to the character and I thought it would be interesting to show her visual development, so I've picked a few to give an overview.
This was how we first saw Counsellor Troi. She also wore a min-skirt, but you can search for those images on the web. She was very much limited to feeling alien thoughts and those of people and quite one-dimensional, even though Deanna was supposed to be a cerebral character.
After the series setled down, Deanna wore her hair down and donned a star fleet unitard of some dull description. Her role began to develop and she had wider responsibilities across the ship.
In "The Chain of Command", Captain Jellico had temporary command of the Enterprise and ordered Troi to start wearing uniform as he was used to "a certain formality on the bridge".
Somewhere during season three, Troi dropped the unitard and started wearing dresses, including this one in a turquoise or blue shade. It did wonders for her image.
As she matured, I think she grew more attractive. Here she is in the in the film, Nemesis. Marina Sirtis, who played Troi, wore a wig in this film and reprised the look in the TV series, Picard.
In this episode, Troi becomes hypersexual after an empath uses her as a receptacle for his emotions. She does actually wear a much more revealing dress than this to be alluring, but I personally prefer this one.
This was how Reg Barclay saw Troi and depicted her like this in a holodeck simulation.
But then in another episode, she was depicted like this.
Dr Beverley Crusher was played by the American actress Gates McFadden. I'm still not sure what category Beverly falls under, or if I find her even attractive, but she is a main character in the Next Generation, so she rightly should be included. Her career started as a ship's doctor and she briefly became chief medical officer at Starfleet and then Captain of her own ship, although I don't really believe she showed any true leadership qualities in her time aboard the enterprise. There was always something romantic going on between her and Picard, and we find out in the final episode, when we switch to a future timeline, that they did indeed marry at some point.
Wearing standard Star Fleet uniform for most of the time.
Towards the end of the series, Dr Crusher started to wear more formal uniforms, which was mainly continued in the Films
On away missions, of course standard uniform was sometimes unnecessary, which made a pleasant change..
Here's Beverly in a much more informal attire from the episode "Attached"
Although she was killed off fairly early, she was a main character to start with, Played by Denise Crosby.
I always felt that Tasha Yar was made to look androgenous because she was head of security aboard the enterprise, which was unnecessary in my view. The actress left the role because she was bored with the repetitive role, but did return to do some guest appearances.
One of her more interesting roles was in "The Naked Now", when she became infected by an afflicytion that made them behave irrationally, almost drunk. In the episode, she became flirty and even had a sexual encounter with the ship's android, Data.
Her sister, Ishara, I thought was far more attractive, and could look after herself. She ruthlessly conned the crew of the Enterprise tas to her motives, and was prepared to kill to get what she wanted.
That's the main characters from the Next Generation series covered. Now on to some others...
The radiant and ex-member of the Mamas and Papas, Michelle Phillips, played an ex-love of Picard in the episode "We'll Always Have Paris", which was taken from Casablanca. An attractive character, yes but sugar candy.
Now Anya was a very fresh-faced young girl - or so it seemed! She turned out to be a shape-shifting creature whose real looks would not permit her to appear on these pages.
Salia's watcher, Anya, was also a shape-shifter and appeared in this lovely form.
Although the character was set as a stereotype Irish traveller in the future, there's no denying that English actress Rosalyn's performance makes this particular Irish woman a very sexy one indeed. Brash, forceful, a great midriff and a very alluring Irish accent all work together well.
I'm not sure if any of the Klingon women are "Babes", but if any are, then the nearest you can get is Worf's estranged wife, K'Ehleyr, played by American-born Suzy. I suppose one of the Klingon's virtues is that she is half human.
A pretty girl who had a brief relationship with Geordie La Forge, Chief Engineer.
A very attractive Acamarian from the Tralesta clan. She was effectively a long-lived assassin, who was out for vengeance against a rival clan. Its a shame she was killed!
Fellow archaeologist and one-time lover of Picard, I fail to understand why this somewhat unscrupulous but exciting female can even be linked with him! I mean why?
Leah Brahms was another one of La Forge's fantasies and her role was played twice by Susan Gibley. A little-known fact is that the character was supposed to be related to Dr. Daystrom, and a black actress should have been recruited but wasn't. Susan had already been hired and so a quick script change later.... Geordie, for work reasons, recreated a holographic image of her and fell in love with the image. Unfortunately when the real Brahms visited a year later, she was cold and unfeeling. Not bad looking for a theoretical physicist and warp engine developer though, eh?
Robin Lefler appeared in two episodes of the Next Generation, the first being Ashley Jud's first professional role.
Kamala was an empathic metamorph from the Krios system. She bonded with Picard by accident!
Amanda started to show mysterious powers when Q finally discovered that she was a member of the Q.
This is the only series that I haven't seen over and over - its on my list to go through, so here's just a touch before I update this section.
Dax is in fact a slug-like creature living in the host's abdomen, and the symbiotic relationship creates a creature that is the whole, in this case Jadzia (host) Dax (slug thing). Not so sure now I think about it, but the host is pretty anyway, so lets include her.
The Trill (slug) needs a host to survive, so when Jadzia died, Ezri agreed to be joined.
Keiko was the wife of chief engineer Miles O'Brien. She was an enthusiastic botanist and primary school teacher aboard the Space Station.
Leeta is a Bajoran Dabo Girl aboard the Space Station.
A Vorta Agent, Kilana was a supervisor in charghe of a group of genetically-engineered human reptilians.
Susan also played Leah Brahms in the Next Generation, and was also considered for the roles of Janeway and Seven of Nine in Voyager. Here she plays commander Benteen.
Ginger was a holgraphic showgirl from Las Vegas.
From the Planet Elaysia - a low gravity planet where the inhabitants could float or fly.
Another Bajoran Dabo girl. Dabo girls were picked for their beauty to work in the casinos on the Station.
Sarda was employed by Quark (weren't all the pretty ones?) and was of unknown origin.
From the planet Risa, a planet with a sexually permissive culture.
A Bajoran resistance fighter who became a Major upon entering the federation. She was in charge of liaison.
Thankfully I have seen this series a good number of times and it does offer one of the best sci-fi babes around.
Probably the only Klingon I will entertain as being genuinely good looking... Torres, played by Roxann Dawson, is half-human, half Klingon, and luckily the Klingon side is mainly in her temper and strength, not to mention a light smattering of a ridge across her forehead! There's a dark side to Torres that is somehow quite appealing.
Kes was a female telepath Ocampa who developed psionic powers (whatever that is) and evolved into a superior life form. In actual fact the character was rather dull and was removed to make way for the Seven of Nine character.
.... although in one episode, "Warlord", she was possessed by an alien warlord and became a much moer interesting character, tough and tyranical.
Seven of Nine is the designation of a Borg group consisting of nine members.
Seven was originally a human, Annika Hansen, but was assimillated by the Borg.
Later, implants were removed and she gradually became mostly human again.
Not many babes in this series, but my favourite vulcan appeared here so its worth a few images I think...
Communications officer and expert linguist, Hoshi Sato, who invented the universal translator
Then we have from one single episode, called "Two days and two night", two beautiful aliens, Dee'Ahn and Latia, played by Donna Marie Recco and Dawn Stern.
In actual fact they are shapeshifters and only take on this gorgeous form to lure a couple of officers from the enterprise down a cellar!
A princess from Krios Prime, demanding and very combatative.
I think we can agree that green is sexy, but is blue? Here's Talas, an andorian tactical officer.
I couldn't leave Star Trek without giving Orion Slave Girls a brief mention. In particular, the slave girl in the episode "Borderland", played by Cyia Batten. Green or Blue? You decide.
A Military Assault Commands Officer - or a hard case with striking looks .
In actual fact, the Wraith were a telepathic shape-shifting species, that actually looked more like a slug than a human in their true form, but this form was taken to communicate with Archer.
A gorgeous and very sensuous female from the planet Oran'taku. She would used her sensuality to seduce others and had to ability to take bodily readings simply by placing her hands over a body.
Can you get a scifibabe that's sexier than T'Pol? I don't think so - and who said Vulcan woman can't be sexy?
This is one of my favourite images, mainly because T'Pol is wearing a TOS uniform in the episode "In a Mirror Darkly".
Here's how we would normally see her.
And another image in a different outfit.
This series is still in production, I'll update this section when the series comes to a conclusion
The "traitor" Burnham, whose main character trait is to be disloyal and disobey orders - or am I being a bit harsh?
Here the character is actually from a mirror universe, but there is something that the actress brings to the character. It's great to see a sci-fi character being played by someone who isn't in their twenties - for me it's far more realistic.
And another older actress in a role that shows that you don't have to be young to be sexy.
The "traitor" Burnham, whose main character trait is to be disloyal and disobey orders - or am I being a bit harsh?
Again, this section is also still under production so it will need an update also.
At last a Romulan who is a babe.
What a welcome appearance Seven was for all Trek fans when she re-appeared in Picard. And the Borg-Human has got even better with age.
Not a massive choice, but some beauties all the same....
Played by the Indian-born Persis Khambatta, a former Miss India, she was notorious for having no hair. Unusual but definitely sexy, with short skirts and long legs to match, but for now lets focus on that shaven head.
Saavik first appeared in The Wrath of Khan (1982) and was played by Kirsty Alley.
Kirsty was replaced by Robin Curtis in the The Search for Spock (1984) and The Voyage Home (1986).
An expert on whales, Dr Catherine Hicks fell for Kirk's charm and helped the crew borrow a couple of humpback whales to save planet Earth (again) in The Voyage Home (1986).
A good attempt at making Romulans seem more attractive took shape in the form of Caithlin Dar, played by Cynthia Gpow, in The Final Frontier (1989).
Female klingons are still not my favourite sci-fi babes, but I appreciate that some people like the muscular type - so here is Vixis, played by stunt woman Spice Williams in The Final Frontier (1989).
A shape-shifting chameloid, played by Iman, helped kirk escape from a klingon penal colony in The Undiscovered Country (1991)
The daughter of THE Sulu from the original series, ensign Demora Sulu was played byJacqueline Kim in Generations (1994).
Nurse Ogowa, later to become Dr Ogowa in The Next Generation TV series, played by Patti Tasutake, in Generations (1994).
Things were rather grim for a while as far as the film franchise went, but then the Reboot came to the silver screen after a long wait and then we were introduced to the Orion Gaila, played by Rachel Nichols in Star Trek (2009).
Carol Marcus was a love interest of Captain Kirk's in the Original storylinr, and we meet her as a young scientist in Star Trek Into Darkness (2013).
Jayla was an alien from a race of space travellers who was marooned on a planet when she was attacked by the Krall. Played by Algerian Sophia Boutella in Star Trek Beyond (2016).
Although the storyline in the reboot may not have pleased all Trek fans, the inclusion of Zoe Saldana, herself no stranger to science fiction, surely was a welcome inclusion....
...and when you think about it, who better to play Uhura?
I've started the Start Trek babes page with Uhura and its only fitting to end with her also....
There are plenty of sites out there - too many to link to - just do a search...
I'm not going to pretend that this is the best Star Trek babe site. I'm not interesting in competing with others who devote their time to this one subject, but I'd like to think I've made a decent effort in selecting the ladies that I think are worthy. Yes I've probably missed a few - but I'll get round to them one day..