Rachel Donovan was born in Germany, grew up in Cyprus and studied Performing Arts in London at Middlesex University. As an actress, she has performed at numerous theatres, for example at the Belgrade Theatre Coventry (La Belle et la Bête directed by John Wright, 2005), the West Yorkshire Playhouse (Don Quixote directed by Josep Galindo, 2007), the Octagon Theatre Bolton (I due gemelli veneziani directed by Paul Hunter, 2008) as well as the Salisbury Playhouse (Non si paga! Non si paga! directed by Paul Hunter, 2010). As an ensemble member of the London-based company Told by an Idiot, she performed in A Little Fantasy in 2003 and The Evocation of Papa Mas in 2006. Among her most recent engagements was Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker (directed by Alastair Whatley) at the company The Original Theatre. She also performed the roles of Beatrice in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, Ida in Philip King’s See How They Run (directed by Christopher Harper) and Portia in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice (directed by Charlotte Conquest). She regularly works as a motion capturing performer for films and computer games. After Mischief, Mojo is Rachel Donovan’s second collaboration with Sue Buckmaster and Theatre-Rites.