• In Season 3, Donna has put everything on the line. Six months after relocating both her family and Mutiny to the West Coast, Donna is determined to take her company and career to the next level. However, her strong ambitions begin to blind her to Cameron’s growing fear of losing control of the company. On the home front, her marriage to Gordon remains fragile, and their every effort to reconcile is complicated by the fact that Cameron now lives under the same roof. She’ll struggle to keep her personal and professional relationships intact as she finally comes within striking distance of her lifelong dreams. Along the way, Donna finds an unexpected ally in the form of a strong, independent venture capitalist named Diane Gould. The two discover an instant chemistry, which puts even more strain on Donna’s relationship with Cameron and the future of Mutiny as a whole.


    Kerry Bishé stars as Donna Clark in the AMC series “Halt and Catch Fire”, which is currently shooting its third season. She recently appeared on Showtime’s hit new series, Billions, as well as previously appearing on Ed Burns’ TNT series, Public Morals, and the final season of the hit comedy, Scrubs.

    Bishé recently wrapped shooting Steven Shainberg’s independent feature, Rupture, alongside Noomi Rapace and Michael Chiklis, and will next be seen in The Ticket, opposite Dan Stevens and Malin Akerman. Bishé won a 2013 SAG award for her ensemble performance alongside Ben Affleck, Victor Garber, and Clea Duvall in the Academy Award winning film, Argo.

    Bishé frequently appears in the films of Ed Burns, including The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, Newlyweds, and Nice Guy Johnny. She also starred in Kevin Smith's critically acclaimed independent film, Red State. Other film credits include Sex in the City: The Movie, Grand Piano, Max Rose, Goodbye World, Blue Highway, Meskada, Iceland, and Turkey Bowl.

    Bishé made her Broadway debut as Clara in Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Pygmalion and played the title role in the highly publicized one-woman play, My Name is Rachel Corrie, directed by Alan Rickman. This August, she will be seen in the upcoming Williamstown Theater Festival production of An American Daughter.

    Bishé is a graduate of Northwestern University.