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Hollywood Actor – Riley Smith
Growing up in the heartland of Iowa, Hollywood seemed like the farthest thing from reality for Cedar Rapids born, Riley Smith. Before the Blonde haired green eyed boy was taller than the corn stocks on his family’s quarter horse ranch, they knew he was destined for success on a larger scale.
Discovered in a mall in his hometown, Riley was urged by a local talent scout, to fly to New York for a model/ Talent competition. The choice to do so, turned out to be a life changing one. There Riley not only picked up a Tommy Hilfiger modeling campaign, but signed with his agent to date, Abby Bluestone, at Innovative Artist. Turning down a college basketball scholarship, Riley stayed in New York, where he quickly began graceing the pages of magazines and billboards through modeling. Using the money he earned, Riley enrolled in a secret passion, acting class.
Only three months into class and in the middle of a succesful run in modeling, Riley was flown to Los Angeles, for a screen test for the 1998 WB pilot “Minor Threat”.
Riley landed his very first tv audition and relocated to LA. The Pilot never made the air, but Riley did. Riley has gone on to do Five Primetime network pilots, more than a dozen guest-starring roles, and three different series. He was on the cast list of Waner Bros. “Eight Legged Freaks”, played Les the “Beautiful Weirdo” in Sony’s “Not Another Teen Movie”, “Johnny Clay” starring opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. and Ed Harris in the Revolution studios released feature “Radio”. And the hot love interest of Ashley Olsen, in Warner Bros. “New York Minute”.
In 2004 he has a recurring role on the Emmy nominated show “Joan of Arcadia”, the WB’s summer hit “Summerland” and NBC’s “Hiawaii”.