My Spy Movie Review, Cast and Storyline


My Spy is an American Movie with Peter Segal and Jon and Erich Hoeber as the director and writer. The movie stars ex WWE superstar Dave Bautista. The movie is scheduled to be released on August 23, 2019.

My Spy Cast

  • Dave Bautista as JJ
  • Kristen Schaal as Bobbi
  • Ken Jeong as Kim
  • Chloe Coleman as Sophie
  • Greg Bryk as Marquez
  • Parisa Fitz-Henley as Kate
  • Nicola Correia-Damude as Christina
  • Noah Dalton Danby as Todd (as Noah Danby)
  • Laura Cilevitz as Ms. Besser
  • Michelle McLeod as Skating Attendant
  • Vieslav Krystyan as General Gregovich
  • Sukhman Gill as Arab Sheikh
  • Darrin Baker as Dr. Weller
  • Miranda Millar as Disgusted Woman
  • Ali Hassan as Azar
  • Robert Ifedi as Disc Jockey
  • Marcus Cornwall as Boy #2
  • Keller Viaene as Emmy
  • Devere Rogers as Carlos
  • Karina Grzella as Dancer
  • Olivia Dépatie as Selma
  • Adriana Crivici as Disgusted Woman #1
  • Basel Daoud as Hassan
  • Lindsay Mullan as Mom
  • Rakhee Morzaria as Tina
  • Charlie Luborsky as Brad
  • Benjamin Luborsky as Trent
  • Andrew Kinnaird as Boy #1
  • Sofie Michal Maiuri as Girl With Bad Painting

My Spy Storyline

A hardened CIA operative is at the mercy of a 9-year-old kid. When he is on an undercover to surveil her family.


October 5, It was also reported that STX Entertainment had finalized a deal to develop a then-untitled action-comedy film franchise starring Dave Bautista. Bautista was also expected to produce the films alongside Jonathan Meisner with Drew Simon overseeing the project for the studio.


It was announced July 30, 2018, that the first movie in the planned series, now titled My Spy, would be directed by Peter Segal from a screenplay written by Jon and Erich Hoeber. It was announced in October that  Ken Jeong, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Chloe Coleman, and Kristen Schaal had joined the cast of the film.

Produced By

  • Dave Bautista
  • Chris Bender
  • Michael Flynn

executive producer

  • Erich Hoebee
  • Jon Hoeber
  • Jonathan Meisner
  • Richard Mirisch
    Peter Segal