His growing body of work includes feature films – Restored Me, Street, and 48 Hours to Live, Honey 2; the lead role in the FIFA-released short, Pepsi’s Beats of the Beautiful Game; co-starring/guest roles on Amazon’s Goliath, USA Network’s Benched, NBC’s Shades of Blue, television’s number-one show CBS’s Big Bang Theory and the lead role in an original go90 production for Verizon.
Smart recently has been serving as a guest judge on Univision’s mega-hit show Mira Quien Baila and also served as one of three judges on the second season of the pop-culture reality competition show truTV’s Fake Off.
Starting his career as a professional dancer, Smart’s explosive, high-energy dance skills quickly translated into requests for his stand-out choreography ultimately landing him highly sought after creative director spots for multi-platinum, multiple award-winning artists including Nicki Minaj, Prince Royce, Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, Nick Jonas, Wisin y Yandel and more.
Smart’s early credits included roles on the FOX’s hit phenomenon Glee, How I Met Your Mother, Def Comedy Jam, animation on Dreamwork’s Home, 20 Century Fox’s Rio, Disney’s Step Up: 3D, Dance Flick, McDonalds, T-Mobile, Haagen-Dazs and more.
Born and raised in Orange County, CA, Smart played saxophone – alto, tenor and baritone in Junior High/High School and at the age of 18 he got his first taste of dance – krumping, an offshoot of the hip-hop scene that features exaggerated, aggressive movements and a freestyle spirit. A year later, Smart won a dance contest held by choreographer Debbie Allen and took home a $1,000 cash prize. He continued to hone his skills and became one of the best krump dancers in the world and became part of the world-renowned Tommy the Clown crew performing to sold out crowds worldwide.
Smart currently resides in the greater Los Angeles area and in spare time enjoys boxing/MMA, all forms of outdoor recreational activities including wakeboarding, snowboarding and is an avid motorcycle and car enthusiast.