Jake Sisko is a fictional male Human in the Star Trek - Deep Space Nine television series who was played on screen by Cirroc Lofton. Jake is the son of Captain Benjamin Sisko and Jennifer Sisko. Jennifer was killed during a Borg attack, one in which his father puts the blame for her death on Captain Jean-Luc Picard who was under the control fo the Borg at the time.
Despite his father being a senior officer in Starfleet, Jake decides that he doesn't want to follow in his fathers footsteps. Instead Jake wants to become a writer. He receives a scholarship to the Pennington School in Wellington, New Zealand which he takes time to decide whether to go or not.
In The Visitor, Jake in the future recounts his life to a visitor. Benjamin Sisko died in an accident during a wormhole inversion leaving him on his own. Jake becomes a writer and a successful one but he stops writing when he reaches forty and goes back to school to learn science.
Although classed as dead, Benjamin Sisko keeps reappearing in Jake's lifetime, an event that occurs when there is a wormhole inversion. It occurs no matter where in the galaxy Jake is positioned. Jake realises in order to break the pattern and free them both, Jake must die when Benjamin appears. Jake commits suicide which causes the inversion events to stop. Benjamin returns to the moment just before the accident and he takes a different action thereby breaking his appearing and disappearing as the accident never happened.
When Starfleet are forced to evacuate the station because the combined Cardassian and Dominion fleet take control, Jake decides to stay on the station with Major Kira Nerys and Quark. Jake is hoping that he can be a reporter behind enemy lines. Weyourn, the lead Volta on the station tolerates the presence of Jake Sisko.
Every report that Jake writes and tries to transmit is blocked from transmission by Weyourn. Weyourn finds that the reports do not show the Dominion in a good light and so it is not sent.
|Last Updated||Sunday, May 19, 2019|
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