From Cork and of Irish Caribbean heritage Donna trained at The Montfort School of Performing Arts, at The Focus Theatre Stanislavsky Studio and at Bel Canto School of Voice. Her stage highlights include ‘Tea Chests and Dreams’ at The Axis, ‘No Irish No Blacks No Dogs’ at The New Theatre, ‘Jane Eyre’ at The Gate, ‘Talking to Terrorists’ at The Samuel Beckett and ‘The Bacchae of Baghdad’ at The Abbey. Recent film credits include Paige Monaghan in Hallmark’s ‘Christmas at Castle Hart’ (2021); Grace Ture in ‘Sweetness in the Belly’ (2020); and ‘Ali’ in award-winning short film ‘QED’ (2018). She appears as Lucy in Hulu’s ‘Conversations with Friends’ (2022); Frances Frond in CBBC’s ‘Nova Jones’ (2021) and Lucy in RTE’s ‘The South Westerlies’ (2021). Her breakthrough role came as Zambian nurse Ama Chisenga on RTE’s ‘Fair City’ (2013 – 2017). As a voice over artist she has narrated documentaries for the BBC and Virgin Media and has been the voice of Ulster Bank for a number of years. She is represented by Byron’s Management and Voice Bank.
Donna won a Best Supporting Actor award at the Underground Cinema Festival 2018 for her portrayal of Ali in the award winning short ‘QED’.
Dr Madelaine Tress, HALO Nightfall: Recon-14, Scott Free Productions
Filmed monologue from theatre play 'No Irish, No Blacks' No Dogs'
Represented by Voice Bank Donna is an established voice over artist. She voices roles for commercials, radio plays and animation.
Credits include the audiobook narration of: Strange Flowers, The Coincidence and Reclaiming. She also narrated the documentaries: The Story of Water (Virgin Media) and Ireland’s Refugee Hotel (BBC/RTE). She has been the voice of Ulster Bank for a number of years.
Donna is currently voicing a main role in an international pre-sold children’s animation TV series, scheduled for release in 2023.