"Mimi" - Florence was born on February 14, 1934, in Dale, Indiana. She started her career in theater, appearing on Broadway and also starred in the national tour of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!. She moved over to TV, and became The Tonight Show's first female guest host. In 1969 she landed the role that made her famous, Carol Brady on The Brady Bunch TV series. She hosted The Florence Henderson Show on RLTV from 2007-2009. Her role in Bad Grandmas was her last film performance. Florence passed away on November 24, 2016 at the age of 82. 

Florence was considered to be one of the most generous stars in Hollywood. In Los Angeles, New York and all parts of the country, Florence helped raise millions of dollars for various charitable organizations.


"Coralee" – Actress Pam Grier was born in Winston-Salem, NC, one of four children of Gwendolyn Sylvia (Samuels) and Clarence Ransom Grier Jr. Pam has been a major African-American star from the early 1970s. Her career started in 1971, when Roger Corman of New World Pictures launched her with The Big Doll House (1971), and The Big Bird Cage (1972). Her strong role put her into a five-year contract with Samuel Z. Arkoff of American-International Pictures, and she became a leading lady in action films such as Jack Hill's Coffy (1973) and Foxy Brown (1974), the comic strip character Friday Foster (1975) and William Girdler's Sheba, Baby (1975). She continued working with American-International, where she portrayed William Marshall's vampire victim in the Blacula (1972) sequel, Scream Blacula Scream (1973).

During the 1980s she became a regular on Miami Vice (1984). She returned to action as Steven Seagal's partner in Above the Law (1988). Her most famous role of the 1990s was in Jackie Brown (1997), directed by Quentin Tarantino. She occasionally did supporting roles, as in Tim Burton's Mars Attacks! (1996), In Too Deep (1999) and a funny performance in Jawbreaker (1999). She also appeared in John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars (2001) and co-starred with Snoop Dogg in Bones (2001). This role in Bad Grandmas is just the latest in the long and successful career of this beautiful and talented actress.


"Detective Randall McLemore" – Actor/Director/Producer - Randall Batinkoff has worked with some of the best actors and directors in the movie industry over the last three decades. His acting career began at the age of nine. While shopping at a toy store with his mom, an agent came up and asked if he would be interested in auditioning for a commercial. Randall got the job and 50 more by the time he finished high school at Phillips Academy in Massachusetts. During the middle of his freshman year, at Brown University, he got his big break when he was cast as Stan Bobrucz in For Keeps? (1988). He graduated from Brown with a degree in International Relations.

Randall, a New York native, is best known for his roles in School Ties; Christy; As Good As it Gets; Kick Ass and Hefner: Unauthorized as Hugh Hefner. The movie 37: A Final Promise (2014) marked his feature film directorial debut, which he also co-wrote and produced. In Bad Grandmas, he plays the snoopy yet slightly dim detective with a subdued comic charm.


"Harry" - Judge has been in over seventy-five motion picture and television roles and enjoys a 25-year relationship with an international audience of all ages. His films include Stripes, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Ruthless People and Disney's Christmas franchise, The Santa Clause 1, 2 & 3. He has also appeared inBeverly Hills Cop 1, 2, 3 which play continually internationally, making Judge a familiar presence worldwide. Fast Times and Beverly Hills Cop were voted by the American Film Institute as two of the "Top 100 American Comedies."

Judge received an Emmy nomination for his performance as "The Close Talker" on Seinfeld, and his guest star appearances in Seinfeld and Arrested Development received two of the highest ratings on both series. Judge most recently co-starred with Bruce Campbell in the indie comedy Highly Functional, (releasing in 2018) and can be seen in the new TBS comedy series, The Detour, with Jason Jones. In Bad Grandmas, he brings a comic flair to the role of the bad guy.


"Bobbi"– Actor/Director/Teacher - Susie has worked extensively in Regional Theatres, Film, TV & Radio. In St Louis she has worked at The Repertory Theatre, The Shakespeare Festival, Stages, Insight Theatre, Hotcity, Stray Dog and The New Jewish Theatre. She has performed Regionally at The Cincinnati Playhouse in "Voice of the Prairie" & "Inherit the Wind". Most recently, she played Dr. Ruth Westheimer in Becoming Dr. Ruth, in Kansas City and played Alice B. Toklas in "Gertrude Stein and a Companion" at Bluff City Theatre in Hannibal.

She received a 2009 Kevin Kline Award, for Grace and Glorie, at Insight Theatre. Her film credits include Saving Shiloh, Ghost Image, Doubting Tom and Sophie. In Television she has a reoccurring role on NCIS New Orleans. She founded her own company called "Play it Forward", an Acting Studio for kids through adults. She has been a Professor for 27 years in the Conservatory at Webster University. In Bad Grandmas, she plays the target of the con men with great dexterity and comedic energy.


"Virginia " – Sally Eaton is an actress from the St. Louis area. She has B.A. from the Webster University of Theatre Arts, in St. Louis. She has extensive theater experience spanning many years. The film & TV roles she is known for include Gone in the Night (1996) TV series, The Donovans, June (2015) and Bad Grandmas (2017). In Bad Grandmas, her portrayal of Virginia is charmingly authentic and natural as she questions the unsavory actions of the others.


"Ava" Virginia's daughter – Miriam was born in Bradenton, Florida, USA. She is also based in the St. Louis area. She is an actress, known for Days of Our Lives TV series, Brimstone TV series, Bad Grandmas (2017) and Roseanne TV series. She was named a Fulbright Scholar in 2003 and earned a masters degree in criminology at the University of Toronto. In Bad Grandmas, she plays the role of Ava with a sultry charm and natural radiance.


"Jim" the no-good ex-son-in-law - David is a St. Louis based actor, director and producer. He has performed with St. Louis Actors’ Studio, Metro Theater Company, New Jewish Theatre, Max & Louie Productions, Stray Dog Theatre, West End Players, The Orange Girls, Muddy Waters Theatre, St. Louis Shakespeare, Magic Smoking Monkey Theatre, The Midnight Company, The New Theatre, Orthwein Theatre Company and many others. He has appeared in films including Bad Grandmas (2017), Coyote (2014) and Defiance (2002). In addition to many short films, he has also appeared on-camera, and in voice-overs for commercials, educational and industrial films. David was honored with a St. Louis Theater Circle Award in 2013 for portraying Roy Cohn in both parts of Angels in America at Stray Dog Theatre.

He was chosen Best Actor in the 2006 St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project, Riverfront Times Best Actor in 1999, earned numerous Judy Awards over the years from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and was nominated for two Kevin Kline Awards in 2007. He has directed at St. Louis Actors’ Studio, St. Louis Community College at Meramec, The Midnight Company and Orthwein Theatre Company. David has a BA in Speech Communications/Theatre Emphasis from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and has worked in almost every area of the theater.


"William" the jr. police detective - Brian Jun was born on October 21, 1979 in Alton, Illinois, USA. He is a director and writer, known for Steel City (2006), Joint Body (2011) and She Loves Me Not (2013). Graduated from Webster University, BA Film Production in 2001. Invited into the talent program Fox Searchlab after a screening of his student film For Jimmy Brown at the Los Angeles Short Film Festival in October 2001.


"Lisa" Mimi's daughter – This wholesome, Midwestern, middle child was born in Jackson, Michigan, spent her formative years in Texas and later attended high school near Saint Louis, Missouri. She has always attracted attention: as a young soloist dancer, homecoming queen and Illinois' Junior Miss. Her talents eventually led her from her Pre-Medical studies at the University of Notre Dame, to university in France, and eventually to her acting career in New York City. She studied at The American Academy of Dramamtic Arts in NYC while on a dance scholarship at a Broadway studio. Through waiting tables and performing on stages across 3 continents, she earned her first union card. Eventually she settled in Los Angeles, where she dabbled in television, before discovering her love for feature film acting with her debut indie role in The Colony (1995) with John Ritter. She has also appeared in several other features including: Fatal Call, The Accidental Missionary and Marshalls Miracle. Thanks to her good Midwestern work ethic and bubbly personality, this hard working actress enjoys much success in independent films.


"Stan" the mechanic – Jason Allen Wolfe is an actor, known for Buzz Saw (2005), Deadwood Park (2007) and China White Serpentine (2003).


"Store Manager" – Daniel Byington is a St. Louis based producer and actor, known for Bad Grandmas (2017), Running Against Dick (2004) and Ghost Image (2007). He has produced multiple short films and features including Radio Free St. Louis.  He was involved in nearly every aspect of Bad Grandmas from script to screen.


Co-writer, Director, Producer - Srikant is an independent filmmaker originally from  New Delhi, India and is now a resident of St. Louis, Missouri.  He has written, directed, and produced a feature length documentary and several short films, all of which have screened at film festivals.  Srikant co-wrote and produced the feature film Ghost Image(2007), a supernatural thriller, which was distributed in over 60 countries and on Showtime in the US..  Srikant co-produced the feature film Apocalypse and The Beauty Queen, with distribution in Blockbuster and a theatrical release in Spain.  His feature documentary Running Against Dick (aka The American Candidate) (2004), has screened at film festivals across the country, won several awards, and is currently available on Netflix.

“A goofy, yet still kind of dark comedy...” “Florence Henderson drives the comedic elements with a can-do attitude and it works.”

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