Alexander Rozhenko
Alexander Rozhenko
Series: Star Trek: The Next Generation
Gender: Male
Notability: Recurring character
Race: Mixed heritage
Location: USS Enterprise NCC-170-D
Relatives: Worf (father); K'Ehleyr (mother, deceased); Kurn (uncle); Mogh (grandfather); Worf (I) (Great-grandfather): Rozhenko family: Sergey Rozhenko (adoptive grandfather); Helena Rozhenko (adoptive grandmother); Nikolai Rozhenko (uncle)
Status: Alive
Born: 2366
First: "Reunion"
Actor: Brian Bonsall; Jon Steuer; Marc Worden; James Sloyan

Alexander Rozhenko is a recurring character from the Star Trek television franchise. He was originally played by child actor Brian Bonsall and was introduced in the seventh episode of season four of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled "Reunion". Alexander made eight appearances on that program and also appeared in two episodes of the spin-off series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Other actors who have portrayed Alexander include Jon Steuer, Marc Worden and James Sloyan.

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Alexander Rozhenko is an alien character of mixed heritage. He is the son of the Klingon warrior Worf and the half-Klingon, half-human emissary K'Ehleyr, making him ¼ human, though his Klingon physiology appears to be the most dominant heriditary trait. Alexander was born in the year 2366, on the 43rd day of the Klingon period of Maktag. Following the death of his mother, Alexander was raised by his Worf's adoptive human parents, the Rozhenko family. When he was a young child, Alexander was reunited with his father and stayed with him on board the USS Enterprise-D.

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  • Following his work on Star Trek: The Next Generation, actor Brian Bonsall largely retired from acting, though he did appear in a few television movies.

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