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SAW III

SHAWNEE SMITH made her film debut at the age of 12 as a dancer in the musical "Annie.” Just three years later, the South Carolina-born Smith received accolades for her performance in the TV movie "Crime of Innocence” starring Andy Griffith, and also began appearing on regional stages, including co-starring with Richard Dreyfus at the Huntington Hartford Theatre. She also began to win supporting roles in feature films like "Iron Eagle,” "Summer School,” "The Blob,” "Who's Harry Crumb?,” "The Desperate Hours,” and "Leaving Las Vegas.” Smith's television roles include the miniseries "Lucky/Chances,” "The Stand” and "The Shining” and recurring roles on "The Tom Show” and "Becker.” Since appearing in the original SAW, Smith has also been seen in Michael Bay's "The Island.” She is currently shooting the Lifetime movie "Undercover,” in production in Canada.

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