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Amy Lysle Smart first debut role performed in film was in “Campfire Tales” which was director, by Martin Kunert.After then, Amy Lysle Smart has appeared in huge number of movies Iike “Road Trip”, “The Butterfly Effect”, ”The Single Moms Club” ,“Just Friends” and “Mirrors”.The couple has been married for over five years now and their relationship is going well. Amy was born on 26 March 1976, in Topanga Canyon, California, USA. She is the daughter of Judy Lysle and John Boden Smart. Currently, there are no desperate rumors regarding her personal and professional life.Previously, she was in a relationship with actor Branden William for a long time. Her mother worked at a museum and her father was a salesman. Her nationality is American and she is of German, English, Irish, Dutch, Swiss-German, and Welsh ethnicity. It seems she is doing best job without harming others and has been a straight person in her life, for which she has not been in any controversy yet.The “Shameless” actress and HGTV personality tied the knot in front of 215 people in Oosterhouse’s hometown of Traverse City, Michigan, where Smart’s parents also live."We feel so excited and blessed to celebrate this happy day with our family and friends," the newlyweds said in a statement. Online, Oosterhouse was very involved with the wedding planning, and the couple had some clever insight when it came to the wedding location.
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(Click here to see all airings of the Lionsgate Smart is perfectly cast here as that girl from high school you could never get over.
Fleshing out a fully formed character from the typical “girlfriend” part, Smart makes Jamie Palamino someone we all want to be more than “just friends” with.
From a small town girl with a dark secret to the ultimate sorority sister to a drug addicted prostitute looking to end it all, Smart brings a depth and believability to each incarnation of Kayleigh Miller, a girl who proves that if you love someone, sometimes you have to set them free.
may get overlooked when talking about the recent Golden Age of Television, but pound for pound, it was one of the most gripping series of the last decade. Instead of immediately being won over by his cavalier charm, Smart’s Alison Brander made him work for it, creating one of the great romances of the show’s history.
A silly comedy with a plethora of broad performances, Smart’s grounded acting gives this movie some heart.