Donna is energized by her work at Mutiny, where she finally has the opportunity to use her talents to their fullest. However, she also recognizes that Mutiny needs organization if it’s going to survive. She’s alarmed by the way the day to day business is being run – or ignored – and tries to convince Cameron of the gravity of the situation, without much success. When Donna notices that the online chat rooms are increasingly attracting users, she suspects she’s found the key to Mutiny’s future. Cameron is skeptical, but Donna lobbies for a block of time and network space to develop the idea further. Consumed by the concept of virtual human connection, Donna grows increasingly disconnected from her life at home.
Kerry Bishé is a theater, film and television actor. She can be seen in the Academy Award®-winning film Argo, directed by Ben Affleck. She also appears in movies written and directed by Ed Burns, including The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, Newlyweds and Nice Guy Johnny. Bishé also starred in Kevin Smith's critically acclaimed film Red State and can next be seen in director Eugenio Mira’s Grand Piano, alongside Elijah Wood and John Cusack. Bishé’s New York theater projects include her Broadway debut as Clara in the Roundabout Theatre’s production of Pygmalion and the title role in the one-woman play My Name Is Rachel Corrie, directed by Alan Rickman.
Bishé’s other film and television credits include the ABC series Scrubs; Max Rose with Jerry Lewis; Blue Highway and Turkey Bowl, both from director Kyle Smith; Meskada, Iceland, directed by Will Gluck; Sex and the City: The Movie; Life on Mars; Night Life; and Virtuality.
She is a graduate of Northwestern University.