Kether Donohue founded what would become a prosperous acting career on a line of voice roles, imbuing English-dubbed Japanese films and animated series with her vocal talents. Donohue went on to star in films like "Pitch Perfect" (2012) and television series including "You're the Worst" (FX 2014-). Kether Donohue was born, in New York, New York. At the age of 13, Donohue kicked off a career as a professional voice actor. She provided vocal performances to a number of English-language dubs of Japanese films and television programs, including "Dai-nana kankai hoko: Osaki Midori o sagashite" (1998), "Piano: The Melody of a Young Girl's Heart" (Kids Station 2002-03), and "The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Bear" (2002). After enrolling in Fordham University, Donohue explored live action roles, such as on the sitcom "Hope and Faith" (ABC 2003-06). She also began nabbing more sizeable roles, like the recurring character Skuld on the anime TV show "Ah! My Goodness" (Tokyo Broadcasting System 2005). Donohue wrote and directed her own short film, "The Babydaddy" (2008). She starred in the thriller "The Bay" (2012) and the musical comedy "Pitch Perfect" (2012) before taking a regular role on the comedy series "You're the Worst" (FX 2014-). During her tenure on the show, Donohue appeared briefly in the sequel "Pitch Perfect 2" (2015).
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