Indiana Mehta
Actor, Dancer
“Dance is music made visible.”
– George Balanchine

Indiana Mehta (she/her), making her Hollywood Debut in Netflix Feature ‘Work It’ is a professional actor, dancer, choreographer, and teacher. Her most recent work includes choreography for CBC’s SORT OF, Canadian Tire’s 100th anniversary and voicing a cartoon on Nickelodeon.

Born in Mumbai, trained in Indian Classical/Folk and Western dance forms (Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Musical Theatre, Hip Hop and more) Indiana was the first Indian to graduate from Laine Theatre Arts, UK with a National Diploma in Performing Arts (Level 6). She also gained her DDI in ISTD Ballet and Modern. Indiana is always on top of her training and continues to take classes at The Underground Dance Center and Metro Movement.

Indiana has taught and performed in Toronto, London (UK) and India.

Her credits include Netflix, Sony, Amazon Prime, CBC, OLG lotto, Nickelodeon, SunLife, Ikea, Bell Canada, Scotia Bank Arena, Rose Theatre Brampton, Colors TV, BBC India, Sony Music, Dharma productions and more.

Indiana has lived in Toronto for 4 years now and has been fortunate enough to continue sharing her passion for dance through performing, creating and teaching.

Her cultural collaboration for arts and artists is what makes her stand out. She has always believed in ‘Dance has no boundaries’ and continues to work towards it with her company ‘BOLLYHEELSTO’. The company recently produced ‘Becoming Sanjina’ , a production that was funded by Toronto Arts Council and Community One Foundation.

Indiana also recently acquired ‘QUICK BALL CHANGE’, an agency for dance teachers and educators.