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Gia Sandhu (born 15 September 1991; age 32) is an Canadian actress who played T'Pring in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. She reprised her role in VST: "Holiday Party".

Sandhu graduated from the National Theatre School of Canada and was later invited to study at the Canadian Film Center where she graduated from the Actors' Conservatory.

She guested on series such as Nikita (2011 and 2012), Saving Hope (2012, with Huse Madhavji), Kim's Convenience (2017, with Derek McGrath and Ronnie Rowe Jr.), Frankie Drake Mysteries (2018), Heartland (2019), Hudson & Rex (2019, directed by TJ Scott), and The Lost Symbol (2021).

In 2017, Sandhu had a supporting role in The Indian Detective alongside William Shatner. In 2021-22, she co-starred in The Mysterious Benedict Society' where Haley Joel Osment guested in an episode.

She made her feature film debut in The Moth Diaries (2011) and appeared in films such as Beeba Boys (2015, starring Ali Momen and featuring Nick Stojanovic), the 2018 comedy Curry Western, A Simple Favor (2018, with Ian Ho, Ronnie Rowe Jr., and Andrew Moodie), and the 2020 action film A Simple Plan (with Michael Hough and Milton Barnes).

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