|Boratus, a Vorgon male (2366)|
|Ajur, a Vorgon female (2366)|
In the 27th century, two Vorgon criminals, Ajur and Boratus, attempted to steal a device known as the "Tox Uthat", a quantum phase inhibitor capable of halting all nuclear fusion within a star. In order to prevent the Uthat from falling into the wrong hands, Kal Dano, the Uthat's inventor, traveled back in time to the 22nd century and hid it on Risa.
Having failed to obtain the Uthat, Ajur and Boratus searched historical records and discovered that Jean-Luc Picard would discover and destroy it in 2366. Traveling back to that point in time, they told Picard that they were security agents and that they wished to retrieve the Uthat for safekeeping.
When Picard learned, however, that it was two Vorgons who attempted to steal the Uthat in the first place, he destroyed it using Transporter Code 14, thus fulfilling his role in history. Failing in their quest to obtain the Uthat, Ajur and Boratus returned to their own time. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")
The script for "Captain's Holiday" describes Ajur and Boratus as simply, "Two sleek and well dressed aliens". 
The Vorgon costume as worn by Karen Landry as Ajur was later sold off in the It's A Wrap! sale and auction for US$312.00. It comprised a purple Lycra jumpsuit with metallic purple and silver crinkled fabric at the knees and elbows, along with long neoprene shorts, an accompanying crop top and matching knee-high boots and gauntlets. 
The inspiration for the Vorgon makeup came from the look of a scallopy seashell and consisted of one prepainted headpiece and additional appliances for the head and the throat. After all of the appliances were attached, the makeup artists airbrushed the color to match and then applied a coat of iridescent paint to create a glow on camera. Each Vorgon also wore an electronic earring that had a random pattern of blinking shapes with the intention of showing they were indeed time-travelers from the 27th century. (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, p.118)
In his review of "Captain's Holiday", Star Trek author Keith R.A. DeCandido expressed his distaste at the Vorgons in the episode, writing "Karen Landry and Michael Champion are pretty awful as the Vorgons, though I suspect they were having trouble even talking under that silly makeup." 
According to Q's Guide to the Continuum, the Vorgons would not have been a threat even if they had gotten their hands on the device as they would have destroyed themselves with it anyway.
The Vorgons are also featured in the Star Trek Customizable Card Game in the form of a "Vorgon Raiders" card depicting Ajur and Boratus.