Deborah Puette is an award-winning actress-turned-writer whose first script, the short "Cash for Gold," became a festival favorite. She has since developed that short into a feature by the same name. Her comedy pilot "New Tricks" was selected as a finalist for the Sundance Episodic Story Lab, and she is currently writing another pilot in the family drama genre. Puette's acting credits include projects with Netflix, HBO, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, TVLand, Disney and the Weinstein Co., and her work on stage has won her numerous prestigious awards and nominations.
Struggling to make ends meet, stay sober, and raise her son in the wake of her husband's death from a heroin overdose, GRACE begins to work at a pawn shop owned by an Iranian family with whom she develops an unlikely connection.