Luba Goy (born November 8, 1945 in Germany) is one of the stars of Royal Canadian Air Farce. In the early 1980s, she also starred (as herself, alongside Billy Van) in an educational series on computers called Bits and Bytes. Produced by TV Ontario, the show was aired by PBS stations in the United States.
Later that decade, she played Lotsa Heart Elephant in Nelvana's animated Care Bears franchise.
Goy was born in Germany to Ukrainian parents and raised in Ottawa. She graduated from Canada's National Theatre School, before acting in theatre productions in Stratford, Ontario. Within the Ukrainian Canadian community she occasionally has comedy performances that highlight her Ukrainian heritage. Once such example was her involvement in 1999 with the Ukrainian pavilion at Folklorama, a cultural festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
As part of the Air Farce team, Goy has won a dozen ACTRA awards, a Juno, the Maclean's Honour Roll, and was among the first Canadians to be inducted into the International Humour Hall of Fame. In 1993, Goy and her Air Farce cast members received Honourary Doctor of Law degrees from Brock University. In 1996, Goy received the Outstanding Achievement Award from Women in Film and Television.