Terry Donovan co-founded Rockstar Games along with the Houser brothers, Sam and Dan. Donovan was the Vice-President of Marketing for Take-Two from June 1999 until December 2006. Donovan was responsible for managing Take-Two and Rockstar Games' marketing, branding and public relations campaigns. Prior to joining Take-Two Interactive, Donovan worked for BMG for five years eventually managing a group of seven labels. Donovan earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Birmingham University in the United Kingdom.

Donovan confirmed that he had moved on from the company, after he took a leave of absence in September 2006 and then decided in December that year that he would not be returning. In January 2007, Take-Two had a replacement for Donovan, recruiting Capcom's European managing director Gary Dale in the position of Rockstar's CEO.

Donovan, like the Houser brothers, seems to be an enthusiast of electronic music, as he mixed the playlist for Rise FM in Grand Theft Auto III.

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