AMY SMART (Hillary) Amy Smart has emerged as one of
Hollywood's brightest talents on both the silver screen and on television.
Amy most recently starred in Tylers Perry's The Single Moms Club opposite Nia
Long and the independent feature Whiskey Bay opposite Matt Dillon. In 2012 she
starred opposite Ryan Kwanten and Leslie Bibb in CBS Films' Flight 7500, a
thriller directed by The Grudge helmer Takashi Shimizu. The focus is a group of
passengers who encounter what appears to be a supernatural force while on a
transpacific flight. She is also recurring on the John Wells' series "Shameless"
on Showtime opposite William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum. She recently completed the
ABC Family Christmas Movie "12 Dates of Christmas" in which she stars opposite
Mark-Paul Gosselaar, premiered December 11th.
In 2009, Amy reprised her role in Crank 2: High Voltage, reteaming her with
both Jason Statham and directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine. Previously she
was in the horror film Mirrors opposite Kiefer Sutherland, directed by Alexandre
Amy has been in several high profile projects over her career such as New
Line Cinema's romantic comedy, Just Friends opposite Ryan Reynolds, The
Butterfly Effect opposite Ashton Kutcher and Starsky & Hutch opposite Owen
Wilson and Ben Stiller.
Additional film credits include Crank, Peaceful Warrior, Project Greenlight's
Battle of Shaker Heights, Rat Race, Roadtrip, Outside Providence, Varsity Blues
and Starship Troopers.
On the small screen, Smart previously starred in the John Wells series,
"Smith" on CBS opposite Ray Liotta, Simon Baker and Virginia Madsen. Amy's
additional television roles include "Scrubs", "Felicity" and the NBC miniseries
Amy also participates in various non-profit organizations such as Heal the
Bay and the Environmental Media Association.
She currently resides in Los Angeles.