At the beginning, Ann Donahue produced and written a television crime drama series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2000. The stars of this series were Kenneth Fink, Richard J. Lewis, Alec Smight, and Danny Cannon. She has worked with Katharine Towne in a television series M.Y.O.B and Kelly Hu, María Canals Barrera in 21 Jump Street. Her others television series are China Beach, Murder One, High Incident, and Beverly Hills, 90210.
Similarly, Ann has written a television series, Home Fires, that was produced at a local theater and also received a Los Angeles County Cultural Award. The story of this series was about an Irish Catholic family of two sons among them one of the brothers was gay.
Ann Donahue is an American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She is possibly single at current and wants to keep her personal matter away from the media and people. She is openly lesbian and was previously in a domestic relationship with the co-creator of CSI, Anne McGrail.
The two first started dating each other in 1998 and started living together in 1999. They registered as a domestic partner in 2003. The couple had their first child in July 2004 and then to twins in April 2006. The couple ended their partnership in 2013 but continued to live together.
As a producer and writer, Ann earns a tremendous amount of money from her professional career. She has written a numerous television series from which she also earns a decent amount of money. She was also the highest-paid female writer in early 2000.
Ann Donahue along with Carol Mendelsohn signed a deal with CBS's "C.S.I.'' franchise worth around $20 million each in 2003. Her net worth is expected to be more than $10 million.