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Amy Lysle Smart is an American TV and film actress and earlier fashion model. On 26 March, 1976 in Topanga, California, U.S. Amy Lysle Smart was born. Her parents name is Judy Lysle Carrington and John Boden Smart. Her height is 1.68 m.

Amy was a comparatively new arrival once she initial gained notice for her supporting roles at intervals the 1999 hit immature films Varsity Blues (1999) and outdoors Providence (1999). In conjunction together with her blonde, carefree CA woman attractiveness, the la native got her begin in TV-movies and created her feature debut in author Kay's The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1997) screened at 1997's Sundance fete aboard Keanu Reeves. She was shortly seen in Paul Verhoeven's big-budget sci-fi auctioneer artificial satellite Troopers (1997) with actor metropolis Van Dien and had a powerful flip at intervals the immensely whole fully totally different, quirkily freelance them because of manufacture the Cruelest Month (1998). At intervals the latter, she contend Dot, the swish golden woman unit seduces the one-time lover of her sister, the troubled protagonist Bell (Clea DuVall). The by-the-numbers horror film fireside Tales (1997) followed in 1997, in conjunction with the regionally chilling however clumsily dead net stalker adventure story, Dee Snider's  Strangeland (1998), written, created and prima the titular Twisted Sister frontman as a insane persona non grata unit meets his victims in net chatrooms.
 Amy reached her widest audience with a co-starring role opposite James Van DerBeek in Brian Robbins' surprise box geographical point hit "Varsity Blues (1999)". The role player contend Jules Harbor, a woman unit longs forever on the such a lot side her very little town's school football-obsessed culture however unit, as sister of the scraped star quarterback (Paul Walker) and girlfriend of his idealistic replacement (Van Der Beek), is tied to that. Her next role was that of Ted Shawn Hatosy's upper-class love interest in archangel Corrente's poignant Nineteen Seventies era comedy "Outside Providence (1999)". Supported Peter Farrelly's novel, the film followed a working-class adolescent boy (Hatosy) sent by his abrasive however crazy father (Alec Baldwin) to a tony school once running into bother reception.
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