Helen Donovan is a buisness woman who worked for Dreyfuss Enterprises until its CEO Malcolm Dreyfuss shut the company down, leaving all his employees jobless.

She later answered an invitation extended by Dreyfuss and was kidnapped by his assistant, Jobe. It is later revealed Dreyfuss is planning to assemble his own Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, with Helen intended to become the Horseman of Famine.



At the business, Helen was expressing her concern to the board of Dreyfuss Enterprises about the future in Malcolms absence. When Malcolm himself enters the room and starts talking about having being destroyed to become what he needs to be, she and the board talk about getting him help, only to be yelled at and dismissed by their boss.[2]

When the company is shut down, she is seen telling a coworker, as they leave the building, that Malcolm's decision is not out of craziness, but rather pursuing another interest, whatever it may be.[3]

Days pass since the shut down, and Helen receives an invitation to met Dreyfuss. Here he talks to her about how she admires her "hunger" and "famine" of power, and tells her about a role she could have in the future. This is when Jobe kidnaps her. It's later revealed that Malcolm's real purpose was for her to become the her Horseman of Famine, using the balance that feed the Hunger Demon as a catalyzer in her transformation.[4]


Season Four
"Columbia" "In Plain Sight" "Heads of State" "The People vs. Ichabod Crane" "Blood from a Stone"
"Homecoming" "Loco Parentis" "Sick Burn" "Child's Play" "Insatiable"
"The Way of the Gun" "Tomorrow" "Freedom"


  1. It is unknown what happened to Helen after Malcolm Dreyfuss was defeated and the horseman disappeared. ("Freedom")
  2. "Homecoming"
  3. "Child's Play"
  4. "Insatiable"