Amy Lysle Smart (born March 26, 1976) is an American actress and former fashion model.
Smart began her career modeling in Italy and subsequently enrolled in acting school. Her first role in film was in director Martin Kunert’s film Campfire Tales. She has since appeared in numerous films, including Varsity Blues (1999), Road Trip (2000), Rat Race (2001), The Butterfly Effect (2004), Just Friends (2005), Mirrors (2008), and Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club (2014).
Her television work includes a recurring role on Felicity (1999–2001). In 2005, Smart co-starred with Ryan Reynolds in the romantic comedy film Just Friends, which had a total domestic box office gross of $32,619,761, and a total worldwide box office of $50,817,598. In 2003, Smart also 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.
In 2005, Smart starred as Sarah in a British independent film called The Best Man. Seth Green was her costar. She also appeared in the 2006 film Crank, portraying the girlfriend of the lead character, Chev Chelios (played by Jason Statham). She reprised the role in the sequel, Crank: High Voltage, released in 2009. Smart was a regular cast member in the short-lived 2006 CBS television series Smith. She also has voiced some characters in the animated series Robot Chicken, created by Seth Green. Smart appeared as Joy in the 2006 movie Peaceful Warrior, starring Scott Mechlowicz and Nick Nolte. She stars as Melissa in the 2008 independent film Seventh Moon. In 2011, Smart joined the Showtime comedy-drama Shameless as the recurring character Jasmine Hollander. She continued to guest star in season two, which began airing January 8, 2012. In 2014, Smart appeared in the Tyler Perry-directed comedy The Single Moms Club opposite Nia Long and Wendi McLendon-Covey, followed by the thriller Hangman (2015). In 2016, she appeared as a guest star in two episodes of Maron (starring and created by Marc Maron). She also appeared in a supporting role in the television film Sister Cities (2016), opposite Jacki Weaver, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Alfred Molina.