Erin Donovan worked on a variety of projects during her entertainment career. She had an early role on the television special "Once in a Lifetime" (PBS, 1987-88). She also was featured in the miniseries "Tender Is The Night" (1985-86). Donovan started in the industry by acting in films like "Homework" (1982) with Joan Collins. She additionally landed roles in the TV movies "Rainbow" (NBC, 1978-79) and "A Very British Coup" (PBS, 1988-89). Several more television roles followed in the eighties and the nineties, including stints on "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993-97) and "Prey" (ABC, 1997-98). Her career progressed to film, including a role in the Raul Julia dramatic adaptation "Mack the Knife" (1990). She also starred in the TV movies "The Forgotten" (USA, 1988-89) and "Voice From the Grave: From the Files of "Unsolved Mysteries"" (NBC, 1995-96). She also played parts in television during these years, including roles in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993-97) and "Prey" (ABC, 1997-98). Donovan continued to exercise her talent in the nineties through the 2010s, taking on a mix of projects like the James L. Avery and Aria Noelle Curzon box office smash "The Prince of Egypt" (1998), "Absence of the Good" (HBO, 1999-2000) and "Steven Spielberg Presents: Taken" (2002-03). Her credits also expanded to "The Mentalist" (CBS, 2008-2015) and "Up All Night" (NBC, 2011-13). Most recently, Donovan appeared on the documentary "The Great Train Robbery - A Tale Of Two Thieves" (2014) with Gordon Goody.