Aggressor Class Tour & Exhibit.
Lieutenant: Jeremy Aster - Chief
Con (Controls) officer.
Jeremy Aster was played by
and actor named Gabriel Damon in the STTNG series.
According to the novel Genesis Force, Jeremy later became a member of the
House of Martok, while in Diplomatic Implausibility he had become close to
the Rozhenkos as well..
Jeremy Aster was the son of Starfleet Lieutenant Marla Aster. He was born in
2354 on Earth where he lived with his mother, father and a pet cat named
In 2366, Jeremy and his mother were residing aboard the USS Enterprise-D,
where Marla held the rank of lieutenant and served as an chief
archaeologist. While on an away mission to study the homeworld of the now
extinct Koinonians, his mother was killed by a remaining Koinonian bomb.
Worf felt personally responsible for her death, since he was the leader of
the away team. Jeremy blamed Worf and ultimately vented his anger that Worf
was alive rather than his mother.
Jeremy's father had died five years earlier, in 2361, from the Rushton
A second species of Koinonians, a race of non-corporeal beings that still
existed unknown to the crew of the Enterprise-D, sensed Jeremy's pain and
created a replica of his mother. This replica appeared on the Enterprise-D
and attempted to take Jeremy back to live on the planet to keep him from
suffering the loss of his mother. When Worf discovered Lt. Aster's impostor,
she vanished. She later reappeared and transformed Jeremy's room into his
home on Earth. Jeremy became confused, and at first wanted to leave with the
being, believing that it was his mother. Wesley Crusher, who had lost his
father when he was young, with the help of Deanna Troi, Captain Picard and
Worf, helped persuade Jeremy to accept his mother's death. In so doing, the
Koinonians were convinced that Jeremy's true happiness rested with his
fellow Humans and disappeared.
Worf later performed the R'uustai ceremony, making Jeremy a brother and
member of his family forever. Jeremy left the Enterprise-D to live with his
aunt and uncle on Earth. (TNG: "The Bonding")