Shaun Sipos as Devon, a new addition to the cast in Season 2. Devon has medical training, and though the crew of the Raza are hesitant to trust him at first, he quickly proves his worth to them. He has a sense of envy towards the crew, who all have dark pasts but don't remember them.
Melissa O'Neil as Two, the Captain of the Raza. Formerly known as Portia Lin (on the Galactic Authority's Most Wanted list), Two was revealed to be an illegally-created synthetic human prone to violence. More than any other member of the crew, Two has embraced the opportunity to reinvent herself following their induced amnesia -- though she is still trying to understand her origins and what she is capable of. Two is an extremely capable and deadly fighter, and she'll do anything to protect her crew.
Anthony Lemke as Three (AKA Marcus Boone), the gun-happy mercenary who is the lead suspect in the murder of the wife of Derrick Moss (AKA One). Three is also self-centered and downright callous at times, more concerned with his own fate than the welfare of anyone else. There's more to him than meets the eye, though, for despite his generally less-than-charming attitude, he still managed to win the love of a terminally-ill woman who had nursed him back to health at one point.
Melanie Liburd as Nyx, one of the new additions to the cast on Season 2. Nyx is described as a strong, powerful individual who hasn't had anyone to be close to in a long time, very physical and with a fondness for weapons.
Alex Mallari Jr. as Four, AKA Ryo Tetsuda, once the heir to the powerful Zairon Principality before being framed by his stepmother for the murder of his father. Stoic and distant for the most part, Four is a master swordsman and martial artist. He can be incredibly ruthless, as well: he killed his former swordmaster and teacher in cold blood to send a message to his brother. He expresses himself through actions more than words.
Jodelle Ferland as Five, a troubled young urchin and stowaway who is a genius with machines. She was revealed to be the one who wiped the memories of the Raza crew. Most of the others are extremely protective of her.
Zoie Palmer as The Android, an artificial intelligence responsible for controlling the Raza. The Android struggles with understanding complex interactions and relationships between the crew of the Raza, as well as her own burgeoning emotions.
Roger Cross as Six, a rebel wracked with guilt over the destruction of a space station that cost ten thousand innocent lives. Despite his size and strength, he is generally one of the kindest and most compassionate members of the Raza crew, and he is extremely protective of Five. In the Season 1 finale, he turned out to be an undercover cop for the Galactic Authority and betrayed the crew of the Raza.
Marc Bendavid as One, the first crew member of the Raza to wake up from stasis. At first thought to be career criminal Jace Corso, One later discovered that he was, in fact, powerful corporate CEO Derrick Moss investigating the mysterious murder of his wife. (The real Jace Corso was not amused.) One has a rocky relationship with Three (the lead suspect in his wife's death) and an unresolved sexual tension with Two.