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Lieutenant Natasha Yar - Star Trek - The Next Generation

Natasha Yar from Star Trek - The Next Generation played by Denise Crosby.

Natasha Yar is a fictional female Human in the Star Trek - The Next Generation television series who was played on screen by Denise Crosby. Natasha Yar holds the rank of Lieutenant within the USS Enterprise NCC-1701D.

Lieutenant Natasha Yar was the ships chief security officer but was killed in an encounter with an alien on a planet visit. She didn't stay dead as she reappeared in future episodes when dimensions merged.

Death of Natasha Yar

Natasha's role as Chief Security Officer didn't last long. Her character was killed off by the Armus, an oil slick like creature that was holding other crew members hostage. Ref: Skin of Evil. The Role of security officer went to Lieutenant Worf who stayed with the series through the seven years.

When the Enterprise C goes through a time space singularity, it ends up in the Enterprise D's time zone. When the C arrives, the whole timeline has changed. Lieutenant Worf is no longer a member of the crew and the Federation is at war with the Klingons. The Enterprise 'D' has changed also to more combative structure, ready to take on the foes it encounters. Lieutenant Natasha Yar is alive on the 'D'. The only person who knows what is going on is Guinan. Natasha would join the crew of the 'C' even though it is certain death but she goes ahead with it. Yesterdays Enterprise.

A Romulan Commander called Sela appears at a special guest throughout the seven series. Sela is played by Denise Crosby. Sela is a hybrid daughter of Natasha's from an alternative timeline. Sela birth is linked to the alternate timeline that Yar took in Yesterday's Enterprise.

Natasha Yar Facts

Alien RaceHuman
AllegianceThe USS Enterprise NCC-1701D
ActorDenise Crosby
Last UpdatedSunday, June 16, 2019

Copyright: Paramount

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