Reva Unterman is a columnist and author who uses the pen nameReva Mann.
Mann is the granddaughter of the former Chief AshkenaziRabbi of the State of Israel, Isser Yehuda Unterman, and the daughter of Morris Unterman, rabbi of the West End Marble Arch synagogue in London. She was born in London but has lived in Israel since the mid-1980s. She attended a Jewish school in London until the age of ten. After her expulsion from Sinai College, a Jewish boarding school, her father sent her to Queen's College, a non-Jewish upper class high school.
Her autobiographical book, The Rabbi's Daughter: Sex, Drugs and Orthodoxy, describes her teenage experiments with sex and drugs, study at the Or Zion women's yeshiva in Jerusalem, and eventual return to the Orthodox fold.