Examples of actor in a Sentence
my sister went to drama school to become an actor
Benjamin Franklin was a major actor in many of the events leading up to the founding of our nation.
Recent Examples of actor from the Web
Then 10 plays are chosen with actors from area theatrical groups performing them at the annual Play/Write Showcase, the next one scheduled for May 2018.
Farrell and Kidman prove that there is currently no better pairing of two actors peaking at the same moment.
The event, hosted by actor Idris Elba and aired on ITV1, saw a number of prizes bestowed to numerous individuals, including Best Men and Women's player, and Best Men and Women's coach.
This weekend, actor Adam Sandler appeared on the BBC’s The Graham Norton Show to promote his new film The Meyerowitz Stories.
That is another reflection of the shifting role of central banks, which have morphed into major financial-market actors with powers to redistribute wealth that had traditionally been reserved for politicians.
In this seven-act play by local playwright and actor Darryl Akins, a couple gets together looking for love and happiness — then things get complicated.
Pianist Sharon Lee Kim, violist Emily Onderdonk and pianist/actor Claudia Stevens will each perform solo.
His onstage kiss with Paula Wayne in The Golden Boy in 1964 is said to be the first-ever between back and white actors on a Broadway stage.
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Origin and Etymology of actor
Synonymsimpersonator, mummer, player, thesp, thespian, trouper
Related Wordsbarnstormer, enactor, entertainer, performer; actress, starlet; lead, leading lady, leading man, star; coactor, costar; extra, spear-carrier, supernumerary, walk-on; monologuist (or monologist); prima donna, scene-stealer; double, understudy; comedian, farceur; tragedian, tragedienne; ape, aper, ham, imitator, impressionist, masker, masquerader, mime, mimic, pantomime, pantomimist, personator, poser; buffoon, clown, harlequin, stooge, zany
Near Antonymsbystander, looker-on, observer, onlooker, spectator, watcher; wallflower
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