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Jean Smart

Jean Smart

United States

Age: 71

Born: 13 Sep, 1951

Known for

In Fargo as Floyd Gerhardtas Floyd Gerhardt

in Fargo
In Watchmen as FBI Agent Laurie Blakeas FBI Agent Laurie Blake

in Watchmen
In Legion as Melanie Birdas Melanie Bird

in Legion
In Mare of Easttown as Helen Faheyas Helen Fahey

in Mare of Easttown

TV Series Starring Jean Smart

Mare of EasttownMare of Easttown
HBO, 2021 | Drama, Crime, Mystery | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

Mare of Easttown follows a small-town Pennsylvania detective who investigates a local murder at a time when her own life is crumbling around her.

HBO Max, 2021 | Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

Explores a dark mentorship that forms between Deborah Vance, a legendary Las Vegas comedian, and an entitled, outcast 25-year-old.

HBO, 2019 | Drama, Action, Mystery, Sci-Fi | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

A group of costumed crimefighters investigate the murder of one of their own in this alternative history series based on the DC Comic graphic novel. The Watchmen is a dark and complex drama that explores themes of power, corruption, and morality in a world where superheroes are seen as outlaws.

FX, 2017 | Drama, Action, Thriller, Sci-Fi | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

David Haller, diagnosed as schizophrenic, struggles with mental illness. But a strange encounter with a patient makes him question his reality. Legion is based on the Marvel comics character, the son of X-Men founder Charles Xavier. The series explores David's powers and his connection to the X-Men universe.

Mr. RobinsonMr. Robinson
NBC, 2015 | Comedy, Teens, Music
Rating: 1/5

A journeyman musician named Robinson becomes a music teacher in a middle school. He teaches kids rock and blues while testing school's rules. Mr. Robinson is a TV series that follows the journey of a music teacher who learns how to navigate the rules of a middle school. He teaches the kids various genres of music while also testing the limits of the school's regulations.

FX, 2014 | Drama, Action, Crime, Mystery | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.6/5

A limited series based on the film, with a new true crime story. Follows new characters in Minnesota and trademark humor and murder. The show Fargo is a 10-episode limited series that is inspired by the film. It follows a new true crime story that is filled with trademark humor, murder, and Minnesota nice.

Samantha Who?Samantha Who?
ABC, 2007 | Comedy, Mystery, Romance | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.2/5

This single-camera comedy introduces us to Samantha "Sam" Newly, a psychiatrist and hit-and-run victim who awakens after being in a coma for eight days, only to find she has amnesia. With no memories of the past, she must rediscover everything about her life and herself by looking for clues from her past.

Kim PossibleKim Possible
Disney, 2002 | Comedy, Family, Teens, Action
Rating: 4.2/5

Kim Possible is a high school student who balances school and fighting super villains. She has a clumsy partner, Ron Stoppable, and a naked mole rat named Rufus to help her out. Ron Stoppable is Kim Possible's wisecracking partner and Rufus is their pet and second best friend. Together, they fight villains and balance high school life.

FOX, 2001 | Drama, Action, Adventure, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

Jack Bauer and his team of CTU agents uncover an assassination plot targeting Presidential nominee David Palmer in this concept drama where each season takes place within one 24 hour period. As Jack tries to prevent the assassination, his troubled teenage daughter suddenly disappears, pushing his already strained marriage to the brink. What will happen in the next 24 hours?

The OblongsThe Oblongs
WB, 2001 | Comedy, Sci-Fi, Adult Cartoons, Animation
Rating: 2.5/5

The Oblongs is a darkly humorous animated series about a family living in a polluted valley, struggling to fit in with the wealthy elite. Their physical deformities are played for laughs, but the show tackles serious issues like social inequality and environmental degradation.

High Society (2005)High Society (2005)
CBS, 1995 | Comedy

The series revolves around two New York City women who acted in an outrageous, campy, and decadent manner. Ellie Walker (Jean Smart) was a successful author of trashy romantic novels, and her best friend and publisher was Dorothy 'Dott' Emerson (Mary McDonnell). Emerson was a divorced mother with a preppie college-aged son, Brendan Emerson (Dan O'Donahue), a College Republican, who rejected the relentless sexual advances of Ellie, but who otherwise appeared to be heterosexual. In the pilot episode, the women's small-town former college friend, Val Brumberg (Faith Prince), arrived and moved in with Dott. At the publishing house, the women worked with a flamboyant gay male secretary named Stephano (Luigi Amodeo) and a sleazy publisher partner named Peter Thomas (David Rasche).

Designing WomenDesigning Women
CBS, 1986 | Comedy
Rating: 3/5

Four smart, stylish women run a successful interior design firm in Atlanta, juggling work, love, and family with humor and heart. As they tackle complex design projects and navigate the ups and downs of their personal lives, these women prove that they can do it all.