Florence Agnes Henderson made her acting debut on stage. Her first screen appearance was in the TV-Special ‘General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein’ (1954), followed by the TV-series ‘I Spy’ and TV adaptation of ‘Little Women’ (1958).
Henderson the appeared on the TV-show ‘The United States Steel Hour’ (1957, 1958). After giving a musical performance on ‘Tonight Starring Jack Paar’ (1960), she became the first woman guest-host on ‘The Tonight Show’ (1962), followed by ‘The Today Girl’ (1959-1960).
In 1969, Henderson starred in the starring role as ‘Carol Brady’ in the TV-sitcom ‘The Brady Bunch’ (1969-1974), which went on to become a classic and her role earned her wide recognition. Subsequently, Henderson appeared in many spinoff shows and films, including ‘The Brady Bunch Variety Hour’ (1976-77), ‘The Brady Girls Get Married’ (1981), ‘A Very Brady Christmas’ (1988), and ‘The Brady Bunch Movie’ (1995).
Henderson made her film debut in the film-adaption of operetta ‘Son of Norway’ (1970), and played cameo roles in some movies. She also starred in the comedy-film ‘For Heaven’s Sake’ (2008). Her last film-appearances were in the parody ‘Fifty Shades of Black’ (2016), and the action-comedy ‘Bad Grandmas’ (2017-released posthumously).
Henderson appeared as a panelist on several game-shows, including ‘Hollywood Squares,’ ‘Match Game,’ ‘Password,’ ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’ amongst others. She hosted various cooking shows, including ‘Who’s Cooking with Florence Henderson’ (2013).
Henderson co-hosted the morning talk-show ‘Later Today’ (1999-2000), and the daily talk-show ‘Living Live’ (2007-2009), which was turned into ‘The Florence Henderson Show’ (2007-2009), earning ‘Gracie Award’ (2008) and ‘Emmy’ nomination (2010).
She also participated in the reality series ‘The Surreal Life’ Season-6 (2006). In 2010, she appeared as a contestant in ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season-11, with professional partner Corky Ballas. She lent her voice to ‘Barbara, Cleveland’s childhood nanny’ in ‘The Cleveland Show’ (2012).
The last movie in The Naked Gun film series opens with cop Frank Drebin retiring from his job to devote more time to his personal life. However, he secretly desires to make a comeback. So when his former associates reach out to him seeking his help to catch a bomber who is planning to blow up the Academy Awards, he grabs the opportunity and goes undercover to stop the attack.
This comedy film is based on the characters of a sitcom named The Brady Bunch. However, instead of the 1970s, the characters are now placed in the 1990s, where they seem totally out of place.
Shakes the Clown is a crime comedy drama film which tells the story of an alcoholic clown whose life turns upside down after he is framed for murder. While fleeing from the authorities, he also tries to prove his innocence and save the woman whom he loves from another clown with evil intentions.
Holy Man is a comedy drama film which revolves around an evangelist who is hired to boost the ratings of a home-shopping channel. He is able to turn television home shopping into a religious experience, and soon takes America by the storm, as the sales go up for the first time after several months.
Based on the play of the same name, this musical biography tells the story of Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. At an early age, he disappoints his family by getting married to his cousin Nina. Although he was already living in poverty, his life gets even more complicated, after he starts having an affair with a former schoolmate.
Hannah Steele is a young and inexperienced college student, who meets a wealthy businessman and finds herself attracted to him. However, his sexual practices put a strain on their relationship.