R.I.P. Amy Smart’s Career It seems like just yesterday that you were an up-and-coming actress making her way through the ranks of Starship Troopers, Varsity Blues, Outside Providence, and Road Trip but it wasn’t, Amy Smart. It was fifteen years ago. Time flies, right? I mean, not for your career, but for the rest of us. Still, we both arrived here at the same spot to pronounce your career as dead as of 8:20 p.m. on the cold, first Monday in March, the time that you first appeared in a commercial for The Single Moms Club. It is a Tyler Perry movie. Just let that sink in for a moment. You. Are. In. A. Tyler. Perry. Movie. It wasn’t bad enough that you appeared in episodes — plural — of Men at Work. You had to go ahead and put the final nail in your coffin, didn’t you? Well, you had a good albeit short run that peaked unnoticeably during a six-year run as a voice on Robot Chicken. Thanks for the memories and for that scene in Road Trip. You know which one I’m talking about. Tweet About Latest Posts Marcello C. De FeoFounder and CEO at Untied MagazineMarcello De Feo started blogging in 2002 as a way to promote his band and stay in touch with friends back east when he lived in Colorado. Over the years, he has owned and run many blogs, the most notable of which was FlyersFaithful.com. Untied is his most expansive effort to date and he is ecstatic to have so many brilliant writers on board from the get go. Latest posts by Marcello C. De Feo (see all) Fitness Quest: Discussing the Localvore Movement with Holly Crow - 08.18.14 Garfunkel and Oates Tries to Find Its Groove - 08.15.14 Proponents, Opponents Weigh in on the Ice Water Challenge - 08.14.14 March 3, 2014 by Marcello C. De Feo 0 comments 1113 viewson Entertainment, Movies, Television Share this post Facebook Twitter Google plus Pinterest Linkedin Mail this article Print this article Tags: Men at Work, Outside Providence, Road Trip, Robot Chicken, Starship Troopers, The Single Moms Club, Varsity Blues Next: A Bird or A Plane? Whatever. Previous: Will Apple make the same mistake twice?