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AMY SMART (Eve) has emerged as one of Hollywood's brightest talents on both the silver screen and on television. 

Amy will also soon be seen in the drama "Life in Flight,” opposite Patrick Wilson. The film focuses on a happily married couple and how an unexpected meeting with a talented urban designer reveals the weak foundation upon which their lives are built and forces them to reassess. 

Amy was last seen in the horror film "Mirrors,” opposite Kiefer Sutherland. The film, directed by Alexandre Aja, is about a mall security guard who becomes wrapped up in a mystery involving a particular department store's mirrors that seem to bring out the worst in people.

In the thriller "Crank,” Smart played opposite Jason Statham, a hit man who goes on a 24-hour rampage with his girlfriend after he discovers that he has been poisoned. Prior to that, Smart co-starred opposite Nick Nolte in the independent film "Peaceful Warrior,” directed by Victor Salva. The film is an on-screen adaptation of Dan Millman's best selling autobiography. 

Smart's additional film credits include New Line Cinema's romantic comedy, "Just Friends,” "The Butterfly Effect,” "Blind Horizon,” "Starsky & Hutch,” "Project Greenlight's Battle of Shaker Heights,” "Rat Race,” "Roadtrip,” "Scotland, PA,” "Outside Providence,” "Varsity Blues,” "Starf*cker,” "Starship Troopers” and "The Last Time I Committed Suicide.”

On television, Smart starred in the John Wells' series "Smith” on CBS, opposite Ray Liotta, Simon Baker and Virginia Madsen. Smart's additional television roles include Noel's love interest on the WB's ‘Felicity” and the NBC miniseries "The 70's.” 

Amy also participates in various non-profit organizations such as Heal the Bay and the Environmental Media Association. 

She currently resides in Los Angeles.


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