A native New Yorker, Kether Donohue has received critical acclaim for her fearless performances in film, television, and theatre.
Donohue's film credits include starring as "Donna Thompson" in sci-fi thriller The Bay (2012), and as "Alice" in the musical comedy Pitch Perfect (2012). No stranger to television, she has been a series regular on the sitcom pilots Open Books (CBS) and Saving Jason (CW), a guest star on multiple episodes of Hope & Faith (ABC), Perfect Couples (NBC), I Just Want My Pants Back (MTV), Ringer (CW), The Mindy Project (FOX), and most The Carrie Diaries (CW). Donohue is also an accomplished voice artist, and her voice has been heard on several FoxKids, Nickelodeon, and DVD animations as well as television and radio commercials, including promos for MTV.
In 2008, Donohue made her Off-Broadway debut at the prestigious Ensemble Studio Theatre playing a lead role in Taylor Mac's Okay. It was this performance that Variety coined her "the unstoppable Kether Donohue!" Immediately following the successful run of Okay, Donohue starred as 19-year-old Ava in the Off-Broadway show Blue Before Morning by Kate McGovern at the DR2 Theatre (produced by terraNOVA Collective), once again to the praise of critics.
As a major in film at Fordham University, Donohue directed, wrote, and starred in her own short film The Babydaddy (2008), an autobiographical narrative about the relationship between a 16-year-old girl and her ill Vietnam Veteran father.