A brief about Kevin Smith
Kevin Patrick Smith was born on August 2nd, 1970. He is a renowned American filmmaker, actor, comic book writer, author, and podcaster who came to prominence with his comedy film 'Clerks' in 1994. The character's Jay and Silent Bob have later appeared in Smith's follow-up films including 'Mallrats', 'Chasing Amy', 'Dogma', 'Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back' and 'Clerks II' which were set mainly in his home state of New Jersey. He co-founded his production company, 'View Askew Productions' with Scott Mosier. His film, 'Clerks II' released in 2006 is a sequel to his 1994 film, 'Clerks'. Smith also directed and produced many films such as the comedy film, 'Cop Out' in 2010, the horror film 'Red State' in 2011, and the horror comedy 'Tusk' in 2014. Smith is the owner of a comic book store called, 'Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash' which is located in Red Bank, New Jersey. Kevin Smith also hosts the movie-review television show 'Spoilers'. Smith co-hosts as a podcaster to several shows on his own SModcast Podcast Network, including shows like SModcast, Fatman on Batman, and also the live show, Hollywood Babble-On. Smith is best known for participating in the long, humorous Q&A sessions that are often filmed including, 'An Evening with Kevin Smith'.
#Top365Films #JayandSilentBobStrikeBack FULL REVIEW LINK IN BIO The comic ‘Bluntman and Chronic’ is based on real-life stoners Jay and Silent Bob, so when they get no profit from a big-screen adaptation they set out to wreck the movie. As far as Kevin Smith films go I wouldn’t consider it his best but I do enjoy watching Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back from time to time, mainly due to it being so quotable and entertaining. Sure people might not enjoy it so much due to Jay’s infinite number of F bombs throughout the film, but some of its set pieces and cameos from the likes of Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and even mark Hamill help make the film that much funnier, especially when it pokes fun at itself with a few ‘breaking the fourth wall’ moments as well as a number of in-jokes. #irishcinephile #FilmReview #FilmBlog #MovieBlog #FilmBlogger #MovieBlogger #JasonMewes #KevinSmith #ShannonElizabeth #ElizaDushku #AliLarter #JenniferSchwalbachSmith #JasonLee #WillFerrell
His wife Jennifer Schwalbach Smith
Jennifer Schwalbach Smith was born on April 7th, 1971. Smith is often called as Jennifer Schwalbach and she is an American actress and a former reporter for USA Today. She is also a digital broadcaster. Schwalbach was a reporter for the USA Today. She met her future husband, film director Kevin Smith while she was interviewing him for an assignment. The actress also got a job for a short duration at the MTV channel but quit after she got pregnant with their daughter. In New Jersey, she helped her husband Kevin Smith deal with the drug addiction of his friend Jason Mewes who was living with them. For many years, she was around Mewes' repeated cleanups and breakdowns. Once she even banned him from coming to their house but eventually Mewes got sober. According to Kevin Smith's commentary for the DVD release of his 2001 film, 'Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back', he was in search of someone who would play Missy, one of the female diamond robbers. Jennifer Schwalbach offered to play the role and Smith decided to give her a chance. The couple's daughter, Harley, also appeared at the starting of the film as the infant, Silent Bob. Schwalbach later went on to make cameo appearances in other Smith-related productions such as Jersey Girl and in an episode of the Canadian TV series, 'Degrassi: The Next Generation' in which Kevin Smith appeared in the episode "Goin' Down the Road: Part 1". Schwalbach also played a prostitute in the 2002 film 'Now You Know'. In January 2004, Schwalbach Smith was featured nude, with a Superman look-alike, for the Playboy Magazine's 50th Anniversary Issue. The photograph was taken by her husband. Schwalbach was also the co-director with Malcolm Ingram for 'Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party', which was an extensive 3+ hour documentary on the making of 'Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back'. The film was released at Vulgarthon 2005 in Los Angeles. It was a private film festival hosted by Kevin Smith, and was shown again at Vulgarthon 2006 in Red Bank, New Jersey. In 2006's Clerks II, she played the part of a protagonist Dante Hicks' fiancée, Emma Bunting and also a minor role of Betsy in Smith's 2008 film 'Zack and Miri Make A Porno'. 'Zack and Miri Make a Porno' is a 2008 American romantic sex comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith and starring Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks. Schwalbach appeared in the role of Esther Cooper in Kevin Smith's horror film, 'Red State' and rendered her voice to the Blunt-Girl in 'Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie'. Schwalbach was a co-host for the daily internet radio show titled, 'SMod Co SMorning Show' featured on SModcast Internet Radio (S.I.R) hosted on SModcast.com. She previously co-hosted a show called 'Plus One Per Diem' which was called off later in favor of 'SMod Co SMorning Show'. In 2010, Schwalbach and Kevin Smith began co-hosting a podcast called "Plus One". Born in Newark, New Jersey, Schwalbach married Kevin Smith on April 25, 1999. She got into a relationship with Smith after interviewing him for' USA Today' regarding rumors that he was the true author of 'Good Will Hunting'. Their daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, was born June 26th, 1999. Their daughter was named after the character from Batman. They live in the Hollywood Hills. Schwalbach has been a vegan for most of her life. Her daughter Harley Quinn Smith also appeared in the film, 'Yoga Hosers'. Yoga Hosers is a 2016 American horror comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith. The film was a spin-off of Smith's 2014 horror movie, 'Tusk'. The film stars Johnny Depp alongside his daughter Lily-Rose Depp and Smith's daughter Harley Quinn Smith.
Net worth of the actress
Jennifer Schwalbach Smith has a net worth of $5 million dollars.