Sarah Donohue’s history is an extensive one we will condense...

Sarah has had one of the most exciting lives. She doesn’t come from a privileged background, nor has anything simply landed on her lap, in fact, she will tell you that although she has done more than most people could achieve in several lifetimes, she has been incredibly unlucky in all that she has done, as for every accolade and job she has worked for and won, she has lost 100s of others. She works all day every day to achieve her goals. She say's "If you want something, make it happen and rely on no one".

Below, pictures from the making of Bond 19 'The World is Not Enough'

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Her line of work in media has always been a world of false promises and hope breakers; no matter how hard you work and how many hours you put iin, there is always someone to pull the rug from under your feet. It's about dusting your self off and trying time and time again without ever giving up.

Sarah isn’t known for conforming to the norm, and as an outspoken northerner, she says it how it is. But one thing is for sure. What you see is what you get, and with 23 years in the media, there are few people Sarah doesn’t know and for everything that slipped through the net all those years ago, she is making the most of it now with the National Fitness Federation, a show for both male and female fitness models and athletes competiting on a level playing field.
Sarah's original show “Miss Galaxy Universe”, which got more media attention than any other show Worldwide had its last show in November 2016, with an increase in shows popping up across the industry in 2014 and 2015 and with 70% of competitors being male, an all female show was no longer sustainable.
 

History:

Sarah did in fact start off life as a Fashion Designer, and a few years ago designed a range of incredible sportswear in conjunction with OK! Magazines Famously Fit. 

After Studying Fashion & Textiles Sarah moved to London and changed tact totally, she wanted her equity card and it wasn’t long before she was at the Moulin Rouge in Paris working as a showgirl. She had been at theatre school since the age of 12, and loved performance. She also worked in Vegas as showgirl and Vienna and soon after she decided that she wanted to get stunt equity and become a stunt woman. 

By chance she was a London bar when she was spotted by the owner who later gave her a job as PR girl for his Offshore Powerboat Racing Team. It wasn’t long before bar owner Charles Burnett III a Texan millionaire whose family also own such places as Selfridge’s and Beaulieu Car Museum asked her to actually race herself and she would be the only all-girl offshore race ream in the World. Sarah was teamed with CBIII’s Pilots wife in 1993 and here was where it all began, the best hotels, fast boats, private jets and helicopters and international travelling. This was to be Sarah’s life to date. She raced for UK teams, American teams, Italian teams and also with her friends Chinese team. It was during her time as a racing driver she became involved in the stunt world.



Entwined in this crazy world were many TV appearances, leading to her having her own show with Granada, the producers found her so likeable when interviewing her they offered Sarah her own extreme sports show and for the next 6 years she travelled around the world sky-diving, snowboarding and anything else she could get her hands on.

She was the first interviewer at the first ever MOBO Awards where she met Chris Eubank, a friendship that blossomed over the years and she later was at the Gumball Rally with him where Sarah raced a Bentley Continental across to Morocco. Chris even let her drive his Truck whilst at a Polo game together, it had been a strange yet life long ambition to drive a big rig.

Sarah has been a forces Pin-Up on numerous occasions and has been fautured several times in Soldier Magazine. She went to visit the toops in Gibraltar and ran the Rock with the Royal Navy, she also dined with the Sea Lord himself and closely missed a flight in a fighter jet as it was called off on a mission 30 second before landing especially for her. But excitiment came when Sarah was in a military police boat in Gibraltan water when a drug runner was spotted heading out of Morroco, no time to drop her off, she was part of the crew… This wouldn't normally happen but as a powerboat racer and stunt girl they deemed her comfortable in this situation.

Sarah is passionate about discipline and time keeping and has very little tolerance for mistakes. She is the owner of Miss Galaxy Universe, and she makes a point of getting to know as many of the girls on a personal level as much as possible.

She is former European, British and American One-Design National offshore powerboat champion. She holds a water-speed record and was awarded ‘Lady of the Lake” at Speed week on Windermere.

She was the lead stunt girl in Bond Movie “The World is Not Enough” and also in Venice on “The Tourist”. Sarah specializes in boats. Sarah has also doubled Pamela Anderson.

She crashed at the European Powerboat Championships, Venice in 1999, broke most of the right hand side of her body and was linked up to life-support machine and had titanium plates put in her face. Refusing to die, she rehabilitated and went back out to Venice and took the European title 2 years later and was award ‘”Fastest Woman”.

Since then she has won 2 World fitness titles and is trained by Mark Jarvis at Muscle Machine gym in Leicester. Mark and Sarah have trained together for almost 15 years. He however has spent the last 3 years on tour with One direction as their official personal trainer. Mark has also trained Kiera Knightly and Christian Slater. Sarah says, 'he is the best trainer you could meet.'