What is Rhona Mitra doing now? What happened to her?

April 18, 2024
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Who is Rhona Mitra?

Fans of the science-fiction action-drama series “The Last Ship” were left with the big question after the premiere of the third season of the series was released in 2016, when they realized that the character of Doctor Rachel Scott wouldn’t be in the cast anymore. The woman who devoted her time to develop a cure for the virus that wiped out the planet, was killed by the immunes last season but for most of the viewers it was hard to believe that she was really dead.

The actress who portrayed this character is Rhona Mitra, and people wanted to know what happened to her, and why she left the show, however, neither she nor the showrunners have given an official statement.


If you ever wondered what is she doing now, and you want to know more about Rhona Mitra, keep on scrolling through this article, because we will tell you the naked truth about this talented actress, who has nearly 50 acting credits to her name, and besides the mentioned role, is perhaps known best for her role as Tara Wilson in series such as “Boston Legal”, which brought her a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, which she shares with the rest of the cast.

Early life and education

Rhona Natasha Mitra was born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 9 August 1976, in Paddington, London, England, thus she holds British nationality although she comes from a family of Irish, English, Bengali and Indian descent.

Her father, Anthony Mitra is a cosmetic surgeon, but the occupation of her mother, Nora Downey, isn’t revealed; Rhona has two brothers, about whom little is known, except that she’s a middle child.


Their parents divorced in 1984, and Rhona was sent to boarding school; she claims that she was expelled from both she attended.

She attended Roedean, in Brighton, East Sussex, England, and in one of her interviews, she spoke about being expelled from this school saying: ‘I was kicked out for taking a sixth-former’s car and driving it down to the local boys’ school. I was only 14. I left stuffing under my bedsheets but one of my friends told on me and the headmistress tracked me down.’

After her parents transferred her to another school, she said that the other girls would blame her whenever they were caught for something, ‘so all the parents wrote in and said they didn’t want me at the school. I crammed my exams in London and did fine,’ added Rhona.

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She had an interest in acting from an early age, and when she was nine, she met Judi Dench, a famous popular actress, mother to one of her classmates, and although she didn’t know that Judi was an actress, Rhona thought that she was an extraordinary woman, and after her friend told her about his mother’s occupation, she decided what she would do when she grew-up. Upon matriculating in 1994, she didn’t enrol in college, but pursued her acting career.

Roles in series

Rhona made her acting debut in 1995, portraying Cass in an episode of the series “Ghostbusters of East Finchley”, followed by her role as Sarah Wickes in “The Bill” in 1996, while in the following year, she was cast to play Flora Seymour in the TV mini-series “The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous”.


In the early 2000s, Rhona was seen in an episode of “Secret Agent Man”, before she was cast to play Holly Marie Beggins in “Party of Five”, and then from 2000 until 2001, she portrayed Doctor Alejandra Ollie Klein in “Gideon’s Crossing”.

From 2003 until 2004, Rhona was seen as Tara Wilson in “The Practice”, concurrently acting in the TV mini-series “Spartacus”, before reprising her role as Tara Wilson in “Boston Legal” through 2005, when she was cast to play Kit McGraw in “Nip/Tuck”.

Rhona’s next major role came in 2010 when she portrayed Commander Kiva in “Stargate Universe”, followed by her role as Claire Radcliff in “The Gates”, and in 2012 and 2013, she was seen as Major Rachel Dalton in “Strike Back”.

One of her most notable roles to date, as Doctor Rachel Scott in “The Last Ship”, came in 2014, and then in the following years after she left the series, Rhona was seen as Charlotte in “The Strain” in 2017, and as Mercy Graves in “Supergirl” in 2018, which was her most recent television role.

Roles in movies

Rhona made her first big-screen appearance as a Girl with Joint in the 1998 movie “Croupier”, and the same year, she portrayed Mollie Jolliffe in “Monk Dawson”, while in the following year, she was cast to play Kyra in “Beowulf”, also starring Christopher Lambert and Oliver Cotton.

In 2000, Rhona was seen starring in “Hollow Man” and “Get Carter”, and then two years later, she starred in “Ali G Indahouse” and “Sweet Home Alabama”, followed by her roles in “The Life of David Gale” and “Stuck on You” in 2003, and “Highwaymen” in 2004.

Rhona portrayed Rachel Talbot in the 2006 movie “Skinwalkers”, followed by her roles as Laura Tollins in “The Number 23”, and as Alourdes Galindo in “Shooter” in 2007, while in the following year, she was cast to play Eden Sinclair in “Doomsday”.


In 2009, Rhona was seen as Sonja in “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans”, a performance which brought her a nomination for the Scream Award for Best Fantasy Actress; the same year, she acted in “Separation City” and “Stolen”.

In the 2010 movie “Reuniting the Rubins”, Rhona portrayed Andie Rubin, and then two years later, she was cast to play Cameron Grainger in “Crisis Point”, followed by her roles in “The Loft” (2014), “Hard Target 2” (2016), and “Game Over, Man!” and “The Fight” in 2018.

In 2020, Rhona was seen in “Archive” and “Skylines”, while her most recent role was her portrayal of Martha in “The Other Me”, a mystery drama written and directed by Giga Agladze, which was released on 4 February 2022.


Her fans will be happy to hear that Rhona has filmed two new movies, entitled “Prisoners of Paradise” and “Hounds of War”, which are currently in post-production.

Love life and relationships

There have been various rumors concerning Rhona’s love life, that she was romantically linked to various men from the movie industry, which isn’t surprising since in 2001 she was ranked #46 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women list, and as she said, most of her relationships ended because her partners would become jealous.

She once said: ‘I can’t sit still. That’s why I’m very difficult in a relationship. Men get jealous of me traveling – they don’t understand that just because I disappear on my own doesn’t mean I’m going to shag someone else.’


Speaking of her previous relationships, it’s known that she dated Matt Damon in 2003, and in the same year was in a short relationship with Carl Hagmaier, while in 2005 she was dating John Mayer. Lastly, sometime in 2018 it was rumored that she was seeing Bradley Cooper, however, these assumptions were confirmed neither by Rhona nor Bradley.

As of May 2022, Rhona seems to be single, she hasn’t been married or engaged, and doesn’t have children.

Age, height, and net worth

Rhona is 45 years old, with long, dark brown hair, which beside her sultry voice is her trademark; and the color of her eyes is brown. She weighs around 130lbs (60kgs) and is 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall, with vital statistics of 34-24-34.

According to sources, as of May 2022, her net worth has been estimated at close to $10 million.

Martha Clifford

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