Smith will be be signing autographs for ticket holders at the theater on Saturday from 6-8 p.m.
Smith is best known as an actress for her roles in the “Saw” horror film series and the CBS sitcom “Becker.”
She grew up in a military family which moved around and she attended North Hollywood High School graduating in 1987.
Smith began her acting career as a child appearing on stage in "A Christmas Carol " and appeared in a stage play with Richard Dreyfuss when she was15.
Smith made her first television appearance in a McDonald's commercial in 1978 and had joined the Screen Actors Guild at age nine.
Her feature film debut was in John Huston's 1982 adaptation of the Broadway musical “Annie.”
At one point in her career, she took several years off to become involved in athletic challenges such as mountain climbing and competing in triathalons.
Her best-known television role was as Linda in the CBS comedy series "Becker" with Ted Danson from 1998-2004.
Smith is no stranger to drama or horror having portrayed Julie Lawry in the 1994 miniseries "The Stand", based on the epic novel by Stephen King.
She also appeared in the adaption of King's novel "The Shining," which was remade into a miniseries. She has also had many appearances on TV shows including "Married With Children" and “The X-Files.”
Smith has been in several horror films including her role as Amanda Young in the "Saw" films.
While she was in most of the films, she was never actually on set in Saw V, as her scenes in that film consisted of file footage.
Ironically, Smith has publicly stated she doesn't like horror films and has a difficult time watching the "Saw" movies herself.
Originally, she turned down the role of Amanda Young because she found it upsetting.
She later changed her mind and the image of her in a trap was used as the film's poster.