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Also Known As: Amy Lysle Smart Died:
Born: March 26, 1976 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Topanga, California, USA Profession: actress, model

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Following her brief career as a model, actress Amy Smart gained almost immediate notice for her supporting turns in the hit teen films "Varsity Blues" (1999) and "Outside Providence" (1999). But it was her more risqué appearance in the teen sex romp "Road Trip" (2000) that exposed the young actress to a wider audience. Though mainly remembered in that film for her topless scene, Smart nonetheless made a name for herself. She used the exposure to her advantage, landing more prominent dramatic roles in features and on television, including "Scotland, PA" (2001) and "The Battle of Shaker Heights" (2003) - the latter of which also included being on "Project Greenlight" (HBO, 2001-03/Bravo, 2004-05; HBO, 2015). Not just another pretty face, Smart managed to avoid being typecast as the blonde-haired bombshell by moving across varied genres. She easily moved from romantic comedies like "Just Friends" (2005) to high-action thrillers like "Crank" (2006), while also shaking things up with the television heist drama "Smith" (CBS, 2006), assuring that Smart would maintain a long career for years to come.

Following her brief career as a model, actress Amy Smart gained almost immediate notice for her supporting turns in the hit teen films "Varsity Blues" (1999) and "Outside Providence" (1999). But it was her more risqué appearance in the teen sex romp "Road Trip" (2000) that exposed the young actress to a wider audience. Though mainly remembered in that film for her topless scene, Smart nonetheless made a name for herself. She used the exposure to her advantage, landing more prominent dramatic roles in features and on television, including "Scotland, PA" (2001) and "The Battle of Shaker Heights" (2003) - the latter of which also included being on "Project Greenlight" (HBO, 2001-03/Bravo, 2004-05; HBO, 2015). Not just another pretty face, Smart managed to avoid being typecast as the blonde-haired bombshell by moving across varied genres. She easily moved from romantic comedies like "Just Friends" (2005) to high-action thrillers like "Crank" (2006), while also shaking things up with the television heist drama "Smith" (CBS, 2006), assuring that Smart would maintain a long career for years to come.

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 Sister Cities (2016)
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 Bad Country (2014)
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 Columbus Circle (2012)
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 Big Fix, The (2011)
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Studied ballet for ten years and enrolled in acting classes when she was 16
1996:
First appearance in a TV-movie, "Seduced by Madness: The Diana Borchardt Story" (NBC)
1997:
First film appearance as the co-pilot for (and friend of) Denise Richards in "Starship Troopers"
1998:
Featured in director Martin Kunert's film "Campfire Tales"
1998:
Appeared in the American horror film "Strangeland"; written by Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider
1999:
Played the girlfriend of a popular football player (James Van Der Beek) in the film "Varsity Blues"
1999:
Featured in "Outside Providence" as the upper-class love interest of main character Dunphy (Shawn Hatosy)
1999:
Cast in a recurring role on "Felicity" (WB) as the love interest of Felicity's former flame Noel
2000:
Had a starring role in the NBC mini-series "The 70s"
2000:
Co-starred in the Todd Phillips' comedy "Road Trip"
2001:
Joined an ensemble cast in "Rat Race"; directed by Jerry Zucker
2003:
Played the love interest to Shia LaBeouf's character in "The Battle of Shaker Heights"
2003:
Landed a recurring role on NBC comedy series "Scrubs"
2004:
Co-starred with Ashton Kutcher in the thriller "The Butterfly Effect"
2004:
Featured in the big screen adaption of the 70's cop series "Starsky & Hutch"
2005:
Cast as the beautiful leading lady in the comedy "Bigger Than the Sky"
2005:
Appeared opposite Ryan Reynolds in the romantic comedy "Just Friends"
2006:
Cast opposite Jason Statham in the action thriller "Crank"
2006:
Played a Las Vegas showgirl on the short-lived CBS drama "Smith"
2008:
Co-starred with Kiefer Sutherland in "Mirrors," a remake of the 2003 South Korean horror film
2009:
Reprised role opposite Jason Statham for the sequel "Crank 2: High Voltage"
2011:
Guest starred on Showtime's "Shameless"
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companion:
Branden Williams. Actor. Have had on-again, off-again relationship since c. 1993.

Family close complete family listing

brother:
Adam Baird Smart. Born on May 8, 1978.

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