Big Bad Behind: Big Bad Mama PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 27 June 2011 17:31

Robbie Lee

Robbie played Angie Dickinson's youngest daughter, Molly. robbie_lee robbie_lee

Robbie was born in 1954. Her godparents were cowboy star Roy Rogers and his wife Dale Evans.

Robbie modeled and appeared in many print ads and television commercials in the early 70s.

She acquired everlasting cult status when she appeared in 1975 in Jack Hill's "Switchblade Sisters" (we will be reviewing this movie VERY soon.) Robbie starred as "Lace" the leader of an all-girl gang.

In the 80s she became a successful voice-over actress, lending her youthful and perky sounding voice to such shows as QBert and Rainbow Brite.

Robbie now lives on a ranch in Southern California with her husband, Michael.


Susan Sennett

Susan played Angie Dickinson's oldest daughter, Billie Jean.

susan_sennett susan_sennettSusan Sennett was born on February 29, 1952 in Los Angeles, California. She grew up in the San Fernando Valley. She attended charm school.

She had a recurring role as perky college student Susie Hamilton in the short-lived sitcom "Ozzie's Girls." Moreover, Sennett made guest appearances on episodes of such TV shows as "The Rookies," "Love, American Style," "Room 222," and "Lucas Tanner."

Susan voluntarily quit acting in the mid 70s because she wasn't comfortable doing racy material (this was apparently not a problem for her during her role in Big Bad Mama, thank God!).

She married noted musician Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills & Nash fame on May 4, 1977 and has had three children with Nash who include writer/actor/director Jackson Nash. Sennett now builds and designs houses and does work with the Children's Storybook Theatre of Hawaii.

(Thanks to IMDB.com for most of the above information.)

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