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Kim Smith
Kim Smith
Kim Smith was born on March 2, 1983 in Houston. A graduate of Permian High School in Odessa, Texas, she is a model and actress known for Catwoman, Van Wilder: Party Liaison and Friday Night Lights.

She got her big break into modeling when she accompanied a friend to a Model Search of America contest. She was changed from a spectator to a competitor by the head of the contest, and soon after signed with Clipse Management of Dallas. Her face and figure have been featured for Victoria's Secret, Mac and Jac, Abercrombie & Fitch, Harper's Bazaar, and Andrew Marc. She also took part in two of Paul Marciano's Guess campaigns in 2000.

Smith has appeared in several music videos, including NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye" and "It's Gonna Be Me", Aerosmith's "Girls of Summer" and Maroon 5's "Wake Up Call". She entered the film business in 2002 with a cameo in Van Wilder as comely coed Casey, and followed with a small role in 2004's Catwoman as model Drina. In 2007, Smith played a recurring role in the television series Friday Night Lights, based on the book of the same name, about her alma mater's Permian High School Panthers football team.

 

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