Kevin Smith’s not a perfect director – that said, he did make Red State – nor the worst film maker in the world – that said, he did make Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back – but one of the most beloved and reviled, depending on which circle you’re in.

He’s a mover and thinker, with his own restaurant, production company, comic books, and everything else nerds like, and he got it all by making a stoner flick about nothing at all. 

From stand-up comedy, to small roles in Daredevil and other forgotten indie flicks like it, Kevin Smith has done it all, but he’s most famous for his small, unique comedies about… well, some of the weirdest and wildest shit around. Clerks, Chasing Amy, Clerks II, Dogma, Tusk... The perfect films to watch with your stoner friends on a too hot afternoon, when the fans are on high, and there’s too much sunlight for you to reasonably go outside. Here’s some facts about the man, his fam, and the films he makes to keep you high.

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Smith was originally supposed to play Randal in Clerks

Kevin smith не was supposed to play Randal in clerks. Smith wrote the role of Randal for himself. But then he realized, hey, making shows and movies is really hard - so he gave himself an easier part. the CRACKED.COM

Source: SlashFilm

Baby Silent Bob

Kevin smith His daughter played baby silent Bob. In Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, the younger Silent Bob - famously played by director Kevin Smith himself - was played by his daughter, Harley. CRACKED.COM

Source: IMDb


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