Monica Moore Smith


My first appearance occurred on July 27, 1997, in Boca Raton, Florida. I was the fourth child (and fourth daughter) of Samuel M. and Alison Moore Smith. Later, two brothers would join the family.  In 2001, we moved to Utah where I still reside.

I was homeschooled from kindergarten through high school. In high school I attended the music, dance, and theater classes at Pioneer High School for the Performing Arts while continuing my academics at home. I attended Brigham Young University (BYU) on a talent scholarship, majoring in Music Dance Theatre.

As a child, sports were my focus: karate, soccer, softball, swimming…you name it. In junior high I was in my first musical and was hooked. Acting, singing, and dancing—with some modeling on the side—put sports on the back burner. In late 2013, I was seen performing in a musical by a casting director and invited to audition for my first film gig. Film work is a dream come true!

Now I am an actor, singer, model, dancer, and speaker.

Best known for starring as Julie Flinders in the cult classic Saturday’s Warrior, the viral Mormon Message Bullying – Stop It, and myriad other commercials and films, I love my job! In August of 2017, I won 1st place in the music division of CVX’s Next Big YouTuber contest.

A British telly aficionado at heart, a favorite pastime is watching BBC with my mom whilst eating Halo Top or baked Cheetos. Or both.


My Favorites

  • British Telly 20% 20%
  • Ice cream 59% 59%
  • Hip Hop 21% 21%