Kerr Smith

Kerr Smith

Highest Rated: 64% The Broken Hearts Club (2000)

Lowest Rated: 7% The Forsaken (2001)

Birthday: Mar 9, 1972

Birthplace: Exton, Pennsylvania, USA

An outgoing actor with a penchant for mischief and a strong spontaneous streak, Kerr Smith became a recognizable household face after appearing in a series of popular Gateway Computer commercials and taking on the role of a teen struggling with his sexuality on the popular teen television drama Dawson's Creek. And though he may have been inclined to jump off a cliff or streak unexpectedly in his wild high school days, Smith generally has taken the low-key route since his rise to fame, opting to spend intimate times with close friends over the temptations of hot-property Hollywood nightlife. Born and raised in the Philadelphia suburb of Exton, Smith made his stage debut as Sir Edward Ramsey in a high school production of The King and I. Serving as class president three of four years of his high school career before enrolling in the University of Vermont, the extroverted student spent much of his free time pursuing such sports as baseball and snow skiing. After earning a B.S. in business administration and returning to Exton to start a marketing firm with his father, Smith realized that although he hated the selling aspect of business, he loved the presentations involved. Soon realizing his passion for acting, Smith informed his father that he was selling his truck and using the money to move to New York and pursue an acting career. Winning an Emmy for his performance on the popular television soap opera As the Day Turns was a shot in the arm for the fledgling actor's confidence, and his appearance in the aforementioned Gateway ads in addition to a popular series of Carl's Jr. found his recognition-factor growing. Though he had hesitated to make the move to the West Coast, his desire to pursue a career in prime-time television overcame his fears of being lost in a sea of bartending-aspiring actors and Smith was soon packing his bags for the move to Los Angeles. It wasn't long before the actor hit it off with one of the producers of Dawson's Creek, and Smith was soon cast as Jack McPhee on the WB hit. As a teen faced with accepting his homosexuality, Smith's performance in the series stood out among his many talented co-stars, and it wasn't long before a career in features began to blossom. Following on the heels of such low-budget efforts as Hit and Runway (1999) and The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy (2000), Smith boarded a doomed flight in Final Destination (also 2000) and battled desert vampires in the following year's The Forsaken.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Criticsized William Reynolds 2016
46% Where Hope Grows Mitch Minniear 2015
No Score Yet What an Idiot Actor 2014
No Score Yet An American Girl: Saige Paints The Sky David Copeland 2013
60% My Bloody Valentine 3-D Axel Palmer $51.6M 2009
No Score Yet Cruel Intentions 3 Jason Argyle 2004
No Score Yet Pressure Steve 2002
7% The Forsaken Sean $6.3M 2001
64% The Broken Hearts Club Actor 2000
34% Final Destination Carter Horton 2000
32% Hit and Runway Joey 1999
No Score Yet Kiss and Tell Actor 1996


74% Into The Dark
No Score Yet NCIS: Los Angeles
FBI Special Agent David Ross 2019
86% Riverdale
Mr. Honey 2019
53% Doubt
P.J. Arrington 2017
97% The Fosters
Robert Robert Quinn 2017
94% Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Joseph Bauer Joseph 2016
20% Stalker
John 2015
No Score Yet Criminal Minds
Frank Cowles 2014
No Score Yet NCIS
Jonas Cobb Lt. Jonas Cobb 2011
71% Life Unexpected
Ryan Thomas 2011
60% Eli Stone
Paul Rollins 2009
13% The Forgotten
Patrick Dent 2009
No Score Yet CSI: NY
Drew Bedford 2007
No Score Yet Punk'd
Appearing 2007
63% Justice
Tom Nicholson 2006
No Score Yet CSI: Miami
Matthew Wilton 2005
15% E-Ring
Bobby Wilkerson Bobby 2005
No Score Yet Charmed
Agent Kyle Brody Brody Agent Brody Agt. Kyle Brody 2005
No Score Yet Dawson's Creek
Jack McPhee Director 2003


Carter Horton says: I told you, You were next!

Alex Browning says: So then, it skipped me.

Carter Horton says: So, who's next?

Sean says: Like father, like son.

Nick says: Shit, I hope not. My mom told me my dad was a cross-dressing Marine drill sargeant.

Sean says: Yea, who gave you the right to play god with her life?

Nick says: Hey, this all about survival of the fittest! You don't learn that and you are going to die... or worse...

Sean says: He's been a very bad boy, Nick.

Sean says: So what's your deal, what do you do?

Nick says: As little as possible.

Sean says: yea... but you gotta make money, you work?

Nick says: I cruise, you know. I find something when I need to, kind of like the day to day thing.

Sean says: What about the future? What do you wanna be doing say uh... ten years from now?

Nick says: I don't give a shit... I could be dead tomorrow.

Sean says: Oh fuck! That hit the car!

Carter Horton says: As far as I know, this shit can circle around and get us all again. But for right now, I'm the safest fucker in the world, because you're still NEXT.