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There’s a good chance that if you’re a Hollywood star you’ve probably done something to impress someone in the past, but we’re pretty sure that’s not the case with Amy Smart. Then again, can we really call her a star? Amy is by far one of the most beautiful young actresses in the business today, but she’s yet to be given a breakout role that would define her as a star. Born in 1976 in California, Amy began modeling at the ripe age of thirteen, and landed her first acting role six short years later. Her earlier work was comprised mostly of made-for-TV movies and small roles in features like “Starship Troopers,” before being cast as James Van Der Beek’s love interest in “Varsity Blues.” Amy followed up her work on the film with a recurring role on the television series “Felicity” and the female lead in the NBC miniseries “The 70’s.”

Amy continued to make short appearances in a few popular comedies, and was even given a shot at a different type of role in the psychological thriller “The Butterfly Effect,” but even that wasn’t enough to ensure mainstream attention. It doesn't help when your co-star is Ashton Kutcher either. It’s a mystery as to why the smoking hot blonde has yet to become a bigger name around the industry, but if her upcoming schedule is any indication, she’s ready to blast off.

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Amy has appeared in some of the biggest teen films of the past decade, including "Varsity Blues," "Road Trip," and "Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!," but she really hasn't delivered a breakthrough role. Sure, she cameoed in "Starsky and Hutch," co-starred alongside an all-star cast in "Rat Race," and even played a fairly large part in the psychological thriller "The Butterfly Effect," but we're still waiting for something a little more impressive. By far our favorite Amy appearance is still her three-episode guest spot on "Scrubs."

Amy Says

On acting:
"Well, what is acting but the study of human behavior? And that's so fascinating to me."

On Hollywood:
"I think it's a gift to become a star, to become a celebrity."