Gedrin is a character who appears in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Dragon's Teeth". A member of a warlike race known as the Vaadwaur, his homeworld was attacked long ago and he and many of his people went into stasis to wait out the bombardment of their world, hoping to rebuild after awakening five years in the future. Gedrin was played by Jeff Allin.


Gedrin was released from stasis by the crew of the USS Voyager in the year 2376, almost 900 years longer than had been intended.

Gedrin informed Captain Kathryn Janeway that the subspace corridors which Voyager had used to reach his world were initially discovered and mapped by the Vaadwaur. Their enemies, the Turei, had attacked the Vaadwaur in order to control the corridors, and that he and the surviving members of his race had frozen themselves in stasis in order to preserve their culture. They intended to awaken after five years to begin searching for a new home, but the stasis controls were damaged during the Turei attack and the Vaadwaur survivors spent 892 years in stasis. Janeway promised to help Gedrin and the remaining survivors escape the Turei.

Once the rest of the Vaadwaur were awakened, it became apparent that the Vaadwaur were a warrior race bent on conquest. They planned to seize Voyager and use it to conquer the surrounding systems, recognizing that their own technology was now too primitive to effectively stand against the races of the present. When their ships attacked Voyager, Gedrin – who had come to sympathize with Voyager and their perception of his people's former ways – was able to take them off-line, but at the cost of his life. A plasma charge fired by a Turei ship struck the planet's surface and caused a cave-in within the bunker, burying Gedrin alive.

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