Amy Smart

Biography: From an early age, this beauty harbored a desire to perform. By the time her acting career took off, Smart had already studied ballet and found success as a model. After landing a few bit parts in commercials and made-for-TV movies, she made her film debut in 1996's The Last Time I Committed Suicide. On the silver screen, she made an impression as the brainy high-school girlfriend of a quarterback facing the strains of youth in Varsity Blues (1999). Playing a love interest suited her, and she soon appeared as an object of affection in the coming-of-age story Outside Providence (1999). On the small screen, her recurring role on Felicity further exposed her to the teen set, and she used that fame and appeal to win a lead part as a hippie on the NBC miniseries The '70s. Next, she cultivated a sex-symbol status when she portrayed a seductress and went topless for a scene in the comedy Road Trip (2000). Her good looks and girl-next-door charm led to parts in features that centeredFrom an early age, this beauty harbored a desire to perform. By the time her acting career took off, Smart had already studied ballet and found success as a model. After landing a few bit parts in commercials and made-for-TV movies, she made her film debut in 1996's The Last Time I Committed Suicide. On the silver screen, she made an impression as the brainy high-school girlfriend of a quarterback facing the strains of youth in Varsity Blues (1999). Playing a love interest suited her, and she soon appeared as an object of affection in the coming-of-age story Outside Providence (1999). On the small screen, her recurring role on Felicity further exposed her to the teen set, and she used that fame and appeal to win a lead part as a hippie on the NBC miniseries The '70s. Next, she cultivated a sex-symbol status when she portrayed a seductress and went topless for a scene in the comedy Road Trip (2000). Her good looks and girl-next-door charm led to parts in features that centered on male characters vying for her attention in films including The Butterfly Effect (2004), Starsky & Hutch (2004), Just Friends (2005). She won more hearts in a recurring romantic role on Scrubs and then joined the cast of the short-lived crime drama Smith. Though Smith failed to find an audience, she went on to widen her fan base with the 2006 action-packed flick Crank and its 2009 follow-up, Crank 2: High Voltage. Off-screen, she enjoys a long-time relationship with actor Branden Williams, and remains actively involved with environmental causes such as Heal the Bay and The Environmental Media Association. Expand

Amy Smart's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 42
Highest Metascore: 57 Crank
Lowest Metascore: 8 Among Ravens
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 19
  2. Negative: 6 out of 19
19 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
40 13 Minutes Oct 29, 2021 Kim 6.8
46 The Brawler Jan 18, 2019 Linda Wepner tbd
8 Among Ravens Jul 18, 2014 Wendy Conifer 0.9
31 Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club Mar 14, 2014 Principal Cast / Hillary 2.7
57 The Big Fix Dec 2, 2011 Herself / Herself 8.5
tbd Dead Awake Dec 3, 2010 Natalie 9.3
43 Love N' Dancing May 8, 2009 Jessica Donovan 6.1
41 Crank: High Voltage Apr 17, 2009 Eve Lydon 6.6
35 Mirrors Aug 15, 2008 Angela Carson / Angela Carson 8.2
57 Crank Sep 1, 2006 Eve / Eve tbd
40 Peaceful Warrior Jun 2, 2006 Joy 7.6
47 Just Friends Nov 23, 2005 Jamie Palamino 6.6
21 Bigger Than the Sky Feb 18, 2005 Grace Hargrove/Roxanne / Grace Hargrove/Roxanne tbd
55 Starsky & Hutch Mar 5, 2004 Holly 8.3
52 Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! Jan 23, 2004 Nurse Betty / Nurse Betty tbd
30 The Butterfly Effect Jan 23, 2004 Kayleigh / Kayleigh 7.8
33 The Battle of Shaker Heights Aug 22, 2003 Tabby 3.7
49 Scotland, Pa. Feb 8, 2002 Stacy (Hippie #1) 6.6
55 Road Trip May 19, 2000 Beth Wagner 5.0
50 Varsity Blues Jan 15, 1999 Jules Harbor 7.5
tbd The Keeping Hours TBA Amy tbd