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Tania Gunadi (born 29 July 1983; age 30) is an actress who appears as an alien Enterprise officer in 2009's Star Trek. She worked on the film for three days. Her make-up was created by Barney Burman and she was called Butterfish during the production.   Her beauty make-up and the eyes make-up was provided by make-up artist Rebecca Alling. 
Gunadi was born in Bandung, Indonesia. She received training in scene study sessions with noted actor Robert F. Lyons and also trained in improvisation with The Groundlings. She made her screen acting debut in the 2001 romantic comedy film A Real Job.
Gunadi is perhaps best known for her work on various Disney Channel productions. She played the recurring role of Allison Wong on the Disney Chennel comedy series Even Stevens, which starred Star Trek: Voyager guest actor Tom Virtue. She later co-starred in the Disney Channel original movies Pixel Perfect (2004, co-starring Brett Cullen) and Go Figure (2005, co-starring Cristine Rose).
In addition, Gunadi recurred as Sri Sumarto in three episodes of the FOX drama series Boston Public. Former Voyager star Jeri Ryan was a regular on this series at the time. Gunadi's first episode on the show, "Chapter Fifty-Five," also featured Jim Lau, Stephen Macht, and Courtney Peldon.
Gunadi had lead roles in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie The Magic of Ordinary Days (co-starring Keri Russell) and in an independent feature called I, Hoodlum. Her other credits include the films Nudity Required (2003, with Nicole Randall) and Eulogy (2004, co-starring Rene Auberjonois, Mark Harelik, Sherman Howard, Famke Janssen, Claudette Nevins, and Eric Pierpoint). In 2007, she made a guest appearance on the FX series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Besides Star Trek, Gunadi's upcoming films include the comedy Bob Funk (with Ron Canada, Shelly Desai, and Stephen Root) and the independent comic drama Possessions (co-starring Autumn Reeser). She also made a return to the Disney Channel with the TV series Aaron Stone, which premiered in February of 2009. In 2010, Gunadi began voicing the character of Miko Nakadai in Transformers: Prime, co-created by Star Trek writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, and co-starring Frank Welker, Jeffrey Combs, James Horan, Clancy Brown, Dwayne Johnson and Tony Todd.