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Sash Striga (born 24 January 1995; age 25) is an actress, dancer, and singer who appeared as the holographic representation of Zora in the Star Trek: Short Treks first season episode "Calypso".

Besides her appearance on Short Treks, Striga had a recurring role as Aly in four episodes of the Canadian Hulu comedy series Letterkenny in 2018 and appeared as a show girl in the Amazon Prime original series American Gods second season episode "Donar the Great" in 2019. American Gods was developed by Bryan Fuller and the episode also features Jeremy Raymond and John MacDonald.

In addition, she worked as production assistant on the short comedy Tom, Are You There? (2018) and hosted a Miss World Canada and Miss Teen Alberta show. In 2009, she became Miss Teen Southern Alberta and second runner up for Miss Teen Canada - World.

Striga trained for several years with the Young Canadians of the Calgary Stampede and graduated from Randolph College of Performing Arts where she received the Randolph Triple-Threat award in 2017. She also earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Lethbridge College.

On stage, she performed in shows such as Volte, Century, and Century 2. She made her Toronto Musical Theatre debut as Janet Van De Graaff in the show The Drowsy Chaperone. Other shows and plays she worked on include Jack and the Beanstalk: The Panto, Rocky: The Musical, World Goes Round, Legally Blonde, and NINE.

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