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Amy Smart
Amy Smart Delux.jpg
Smart in 2013
Amy Lysle Smart

(1976-03-26) March 26, 1976 (age 44)
Years active1996–present
(m. 2011)

Amy Lysle Smart (born (1976-03-26)March 26, 1976) is an American actress.[1][2]

A native of Los Angeles, Smart began her career modeling in Italy and subsequently enrolled in acting school. Her first role in film was in director Martin Kunert's anthology horror film Campfire Tales, followed by a minor part in Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers (1997). She garnered widespread recognition after appearing in the mainstream teen drama Varsity Blues (1999), as well as for her recurring role as Ruby on the television series Felicity (1999–2001). She followed this with a lead in the college sex comedy Road Trip (2000), and co-starred in Jerry Zucker's ensemble comedy Rat Race (2001). She had a lead role opposite Ashton Kutcher in the sci-fi drama The Butterfly Effect (2004).

Smart co-starred with Ryan Reynolds and Anna Faris in 2005's Just Friends, followed by the sports drama Peaceful Warrior (2006). From 2011 to 2012, she had a recurring role as Jasmine Hollander on the series Shameless. She subsequently starred in Tyler Perry's comedy The Single Moms Club (2014).

Life and career

1976–1992: Early life

Smart was born in Los Angeles, California,[3] and raised in Topanga Canyon.[4] Her mother, Judy Lysle (née Carrington), worked at a museum, and her father, John Boden Smart, was a salesman. She studied ballet for 10 years,[5] and graduated from Palisades Charter High School.[6]

1993–2003: Modeling and film beginnings

While modeling in Milan, Italy,[7] Smart met fellow model Ali Larter and the two "became instant friends", according to Larter.[8] In Los Angeles, they took acting classes together.[citation needed]

After appearing in the video for The Lemonheads' It's About Time in 1993, Smart's first film role was in director Martin Kunert's Campfire Tales, followed by a small role as Queenie in the 1996 adaptation of John Updike's short story "A&P". She had a minor role in Paul Verhoeven's science fiction thriller Starship Troopers (1997) as the copilot for (and friend of) Carmen Ibanez (Denise Richards),[9] and a starring role in the miniseries The 70s, playing a young woman from Ohio. In 1999, Smart played the girlfriend of a popular American football player (James Van Der Beek) in the film Varsity Blues, reuniting her with Larter.[10] Also in 1999, she appeared in the film Outside Providence.

From 1999 to 2001 Smart played a recurring character on the series Felicity — Ruby, a former girlfriend of Scott Foley's character. She costarred in the films Road Trip (2000), Rat Race (2001),[11] Starsky & Hutch (2004),[12] and the science fiction drama The Butterfly Effect (2004), playing the childhood friend of Ashton Kutcher's character.

In 2003, Smart had a small role in the American sitcom Scrubs, playing Jamie Moyer (aka "Tasty Coma Wife"), one of main character J.D.'s love interests.[10]

2005–2013: Studio films and television

Smart at the 2008 LA Fashion Week
Smart at the 2008 LA Fashion Week

In 2005, Smart co-starred with Ryan Reynolds in the romantic comedy film Just Friends, playing the high school friend of a previously overweight young man who, years later, returns to her hometown and attempts to confess his love for her. The film was a box office hit, grossing over $50 million worldwide.[13] Also in 2005, she starred as Sarah in the British independent film The Best Man with Seth Green. She also had a lead role in the independent drama Bigger Than the Sky (2005), a loose adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, co-starring with Marcus Thomas, Sean Astin, and Patty Duke.[14]

Smart appeared in the 2006 action thriller film Crank, portraying the girlfriend of the lead character, Chev Chelios (Jason Statham). She reprised the role in the sequel, Crank: High Voltage, released in 2009.[15]

Smart was a regular cast member in the short-lived 2006 CBS television series Smith opposite Ray Liotta and Virginia Madsen, playing a professional burglar.[7] She has also voiced characters in the animated series Robot Chicken, created by Seth Green. Smart appeared as Joy in the 2006 sports drama Peaceful Warrior, starring Scott Mechlowicz and Nick Nolte, about a gymnast whose life changes after an encounter with a spiritual guide.[16] She also starred as Melissa in the 2008 independent horror film Seventh Moon,[17] and had a supporting role opposite Kiefer Sutherland in Alexandre Aja's supernatural thriller Mirrors (2008).[18]

In March 2011, Smart joined the Showtime comedy-drama Shameless as recurring character Jasmine Hollander, a friend of lead Fiona (Emmy Rossum).[19] She continued to guest star in season two. On September 20, 2011, Smart married TV carpenter Carter Oosterhouse from the U.S. cable channel HGTV, in Traverse City, Michigan.[20][21]

2014–present: Television and independent films

In 2014, Smart appeared in the Tyler Perry comedy The Single Moms Club opposite Nia Long and Wendi McLendon-Covey, followed by the thriller Hangman (2015). In 2016, she appeared in a supporting role in the television film Sister Cities (2016), opposite Jacki Weaver, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Alfred Molina.[22] She also appeared in two episodes of the IFC series Maron (2016), portraying Nina, wife of Dave Anthony.[23]

On December 26, 2016, Smart's daughter, Flora, was born via a surrogate; she revealed this publicly in 2017, explaining that she struggled for years trying to conceive, writing: "After years of fertility struggles I give thanks today to our kind, loving surrogate for carrying her."[24]

Personal life

She married television personality Carter Oosterhouse on September 10, 2011, in Traverse City, Michigan.[25][26] They had their first child, Flora Oosterhouse, via surrogate on December 26, 2016.[27]



Year Title Role Director(s) Notes
1996 Her Costly Affair Dee John Patterson Television film
A & P Queenie Bruce Schwartz Short film[28][29]
1997 Campfire Tales Jenny Martin Kunert Segment: "The Hook"
The Last Time I Committed Suicide Jeananne Stephen T. Kay
Starship Troopers Pilot Cadet Stack Lumbreiser Paul Verhoeven
High Voltage Molly Isaac Florentine
1998 How to Make the Cruelest Month Dot Bryant Kip Koenig
Circles Allison Adam Kreutner
Starstruck Tracey Beck John Enborn
Strangeland Angela Stravelli John Pipelow
1999 Varsity Blues Jules Harbor Brian Robbins
Outside Providence Jane Weston Michael Corrente
Brookfield Daly Roberts Arvin Brown Television film
2000 The '70s Christie Shales Peter Werner Television film
Road Trip Beth Wagner Todd Phillips
2001 Scotland, PA Stacy William Morrissette
Rat Race Tracy Faucet Jerry Zucker
2002 Interstate 60 Lynn Linden Bob Gale
2003 National Lampoon's Barely Legal Naomi David Mickey Evans
The Battle of Shaker Heights Tabitha Bowland
Blind Horizon Liz Culpepper Michael Haussman
2004 The Butterfly Effect Kayleigh Miller
Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! Nurse Betty Robert Luketic
Willowbee Burglar George Kenyon Short film
Starsky & Hutch Holly Monk Todd Phillips
2005 A Love Story Girl Spencer Susser Short film
Bigger Than the Sky Grace Hargrove / Roxanne Al Corley
The Best Man Sarah Marie Barker Stefan Schwartz
Just Friends Jamie Palamino Roger Kumble
2006 Peaceful Warrior Joy Victor Salva
Crank Eve Lydon
2008 Life in Flight Catherine Sargent Tracey Hecht
Mirrors Angela Carson Alexandre Aja
Seventh Moon Melissa Eduardo Sánchez
The Meant to Be's Janine Glenn Gordon Caron Television film
2009 Love N' Dancing Jessica Donovan Robert Iscove
Crank: High Voltage Eve Lydon
  • Mark Neveldine
  • Brian Taylor
See Kate Run Katherine Sullivan Dean Parisot Television film
2010 Dead Awake Natalie Omar Naim
The Town Boston Police Department Sergeant Jessica Maclellan Ben Affleck
2011 Mr. Stache Mrs. Stache Jac Schaeffer Short film
House of the Rising Sun Jenny Porter Brian A. Miller
12 Dates of Christmas Kate Stanton James Hayman Television film
The Reunion Nina Cleary Michael Pavone
2012 Columbus Circle Lillian Hart George Gallo
Bad Girls Brandi John Dahl Television film
2013 No Clue Kyra Carl Bessai
2014 The Visitant The Mom Nicholas Peterson Short film
Break Point Heather Jay Karas
Run for Your Life Meredith Redmond Michael Scott Television film
Bad Country Lynn Weiland Chris Brinker
The Single Moms Club Hillary Massey Tyler Perry
Flight 7500 Pia Martin Takashi Shimizu
Among Ravens Wendy Conifer
2015 Zoey to the Max Samantha Jenkins Jim Valdez
Hangman Melissa Adam Mason
2016 All the Way to the Ocean Mom Doug Rowell Short film
Sister Cities Young Mary Baxter Sean Hanish Television film
Patient Seven Mom Nicholas Peterson Segment: "The Visitant"
2017 Apple of My Eye Caroline Andrews Castille Landon
Love at First Glance Mary Landers Kevin Connor Television film
The Keeping Hours Amy Karen Moncrieff
2018 Mississippi Requiem
The Brawler Linda Wepner Ken Kushner
Avengers of Justice: Farce Wars Jean Wonder Jarrett Tarnol
2019 Tyson's Run Eloise Kim Bass


Year Title Role Notes
1999–2001 Felicity Ruby Recurring role
2003 Scrubs Jamie Moyer 3 episodes
2005–2011 Robot Chicken Various voice roles 6 episodes
2006 Smith Annie Main role
2009 Scrubs Jamie Moyer Episode: "My Finale"
2011–2012 Shameless Jasmine Hollander 6 episodes
2012 Men at Work Lisa Episodes: Pilot, "Super Milo"
2014 Justified Allison Brander 9 episodes
2016 Maron Nina 2 episodes
2017 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Karla Wyatt Episode: "Gone Fishin"
2018 MacGyver Dixie/Dawn Episodes: "Mardi Gras Beads+Chair", "Benjamin Franklin + Grey Duffle"
2020 Stargirl Barbara Whitmore Main role

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work Result
2000 Teen Choice Awards Choice Chemistry (with Breckin Meyer) Road Trip Nominated
2004 MTV Movie Awards Best Kiss[30] Starsky & Hutch Won
2009 Teen Choice Awards Choice Music/Dance Actress Love N' Dancing Nominated


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  28. ^ A&P (story)
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