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Julie St-Louis (born 6 March 1987; age 35) is a stuntwoman, stunt actress, and martial artist who appeared multiple times on Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. She also worked as assistant to stunt coordinator Christopher McGuire on both the first and second seasons of Discovery, being responsible for the stunt safety on the set.

The costume she wore as Rachael Ancheril's stunt double in "Project Daedalus" was sold off on the Prop Store Star Trek: Discovery online auction in September 2021. [1]

St-Louis started her martial arts training in her late teens in Montréal. She was ranked second in women's amateur boxing (60kg) in Canada, and first in Quebec. She is also an expert horseback rider, specializing in show jumping and dressage.

She has appeared in stunt roles in television series such as Save Me (with Conrad Coates), Workin' Moms (with Mimi Kuzyk, Sadie Munroe, and Claire Qute), Taken (with Jeremy Crittenden, Rachel Nichols, and stunts by Alex Chung, Christine Ebadi, Cam Fergus, and Phi Huynh), Killjoys (with stunts by Dajon Durant and Geoff Meech), Jupiter's Legacy (with stunts by Avaah Blackwell, Jessie Graff, Geoff Meech, Melanie Phan, and Al Vrkljan), Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments (with Alan van Sprang, Elias Toufexis, Conrad Coates, Samora Smallwood, Kyana Teresa, and stunts by Bart Badzioch, Ana Shepherd, Melanie Phan, Phi Huynh, Jennifer Murray, Jonathan McGuire, Graeme Guthrie, Ilan Rosenberg, and Alain Moussi), The Expanse (with stunts by Jennifer Murray, James Eddy, and Daryl Patchett), Blood & Treasure (with James Callis, Oded Fehr, Alicia Coppola and John Larroquette, and stunts by Marcello Bezina), The Boys (starring Karl Urban and Jack Quaid), and The Handmaid's Tale (with stunts by Bart Badzioch, Alex Chung, and Jennifer Murray).

St-Louis also works as a lifestyle coach through her blog and podcast, Untamed Gal.

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