Renée Felice Smith
|Renee Felice Smith|
|Born||January 16, 1985|
|Known for||Nell Jones, NCIS: Los Angeles|
Early and personal life
She attended Patchogue-Medford High School on Long Island, New York, as well as the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, minoring in history, Stonestreet Studios Conservatory and the Lee Strasberg Institute.
Renee's first acting job was a national television commercial for Dannon yogurt at age 6.
Smith started off in theatre, having made her debut in Second Stage's Wildflower. She was cast for a sitcom on The CW directed by Amy Sherman-Palladino, tentatively titled "Wyoming", but only a pilot was produced since the project was not picked up by the network. She was then cast to appear as Nell Jones on NCIS: Los Angeles. Initially only planned to be a recurring character, Smith's role was expanded to main character status after impressing the producers with her acting. In 2011, she appeared as a supporting character 'Missy' in Detachment.
In 2012, Renee started in co-creating a children's book series based on her French bulldog, Hugo.
In April 2014, Renee starred as Frankie in Code Academy, a sci-fi production in which young men and women are kept apart until a certain age.
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