Who Plays Star Trek Picard’s Vulcan Gangster In Season 3?

Who Plays Star Trek Picard’s Vulcan Gangster In Season 3? In Star Trek: Picard season 3, episode 5, “Imposters,” a dangerous Vulcan gangster is introduced. Fans of Arrow and 12 Monkeys will recognise the actor who plays him. In “Imposters,” Starfleet Command forbids Captain Worf (Michael Dorn) and Commander Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd) from looking into the theft of weapons from Daystrom Station by Changelings any further. Worf and Raffi don’t know that a Changeling has infiltrated Starfleet, but Admiral Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), who is Worf’s handler at Starfleet Intelligence, told Picard about it (Michelle Forbes).

Worf and Raffi think that Starfleet Command is hiding something, so they decide to do something about it themselves. They go to the dangerous District 7 of M’Talas Prime to find someone who knows how Changelings got into Daystrom Station. The Klingon and the rogue Starfleet Intelligence agent try to get a known associate of Sneed (Aaron Stanford), the Ferengi crime boss that Worf killed in Star Trek: Picard season 3, episode 2, “Disengage.” Worf and Raffi don’t know that the Vulcan they are trying to catch is two steps ahead of them and has set a trap for them. The sneaky Vulcan, Krinn, shows himself.

Who Plays Star Trek Picard’s Vulcan Gangster In Season 3?

Who Plays Star Trek Picard's Vulcan Gangster In Season 3

Kirk Acevedo plays Krinn, a Vulcan gangster, in Star Trek: Picard season 3. The well-known actor has been in a lot of movies and TV shows. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Insidious: The Last Key are some of the movies that Acevedo has worked on. But fans of genre TV shows might know Acevedo best. Kirk has had roles in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Walking Dead, and The Offer that people will remember. Acevedo also played the villain Ricardo Diaz, also known as “The Dragon.” In Arrow seasons 6 and 7, he was a threat to Star City and pushed the Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) to his limits.

Kirk Acevedo also played Jose Ramse in 12 Monkeys. Terry Matalas, who ran Star Trek: Picard season 3, was an executive producer on that show. Acevedo will be working with his 12 Monkeys co-stars in season 3 of Picard. Todd Stashwick will play the USS Titan-Captain A’s Liam Shaw, and Aaron Stanford will play the Ferengi crime lord Sneed, Krinn’s literal criminal partner. Krinn, played by Acevedo, is a Vulcan gangster who is more than a match for Worf and Raffi. However, Worf and Raffi turn the tables and outsmart the pointy-eared bad guy to get what they want.

How Star Trek: Picard’s Vulcan Gangster Impacts Season 3?

At first glance, Kirk Acevedo’s part as Krinn in Star Trek: Picard season 3 may seem like a walk-on part, but the Vulcan criminal is actually important to the story as a whole. Worf told Raffi that Daystrom Station is protected by a smart A.I. system that should have made it impossible for anyone to break in. But the Changelings did it with the help of Krinn. The Vulcan made a device that the shapeshifters could use to get around Daystrom’s A.I. security. Worf, Star Trek’s best Klingon, faked his death to get Krinn to give up his technology.

Worf has now gotten in touch with Picard and Captain William Riker (Jonathan Frakes), so Raffi and the Klingons can combine their B story with Picard’s A story to try to break into Daystorm Station. As for Krinn, he joins Star Trek’s list of sneaky Vulcans like Sybok (Lawrence Luckinbill) from Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Chu’lak (Marty Rackham), the murderous Vulcan from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine season 7 episode “Field of Fire,” while Kirk Acevedo continues Star Trek: Picard season 3’s trend of putting 12 Monkeys alumni in interesting supporting roles.

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