Culluh is an antagonist featured in the first three seasons of Star Trek: Voyager. He was a 24th century Kazon leader.
He was portrayed by Anthony De Longis, who also played Blade in the 1987 film Masters of the Universe, voiced the character Zygon in the 1985 animated film Starchaser: The Legend of Orin, Klaus Furschtein in the 1987 animated film The Chipmunk Adventure , Mick Cutler in the 2011 video game Resistance 3.
By the early 2370s, Culluh had risen to the leadership of the Kazon-Nistrim, which had been one of the most violent sects in the Kazon collective. However, Culluh was a poor leader and the sect lost much prestige as its numbers and strength slipped away.
In 2371, Culluh saw a chance to regain power in the collective when the Federation ship Voyager appeared in the Delta Quadrant. Working with the Cardassian spy Seska, he sought to obtain Federation technology, which would upset the balance of power in the quadrant. When Seska was found out by the Voyager crew, she beamed aboard Culluh's ship, joined the Kazon, and soon became Culluh's lover.
Seska eventually became pregnant with Culluh's child at about the same time she took her former lover, Chakotay's, DNA and attempted to impregnate herself with it. By late 2372, her child had been born.
Culluh and his sect were able to capture Voyager briefly. While Culluh's men had control of Voyager, the Doctor confirmed her child was not Chakotay's son, but Culluh's instead. Seska died when the ship was retaken. Culluh took his infant son and abandoned Voyager. Voyager soon moved beyond Kazon space, and never encountered Culluh again for the rest of their journey home.
After leaving Voyager, it has been said that Culluh named his son Sessen, likely after his late mother, Seska. Culluh told his son stories about Voyager. Sessen would grow up with a strong dislike of the Voyager crew, blaming them for the death of his mother. By the early twenty-fifth century, Sessan succeeded his father as leader of the Kazon-Nistrim.