- political actors
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
There is extensive misuse of your platform by bad actors, yet even serial offenders very rarely face closure of their account.
State elections officials could use the data to track bad actors or detect foreign interference.
The actor, who will star in the upcoming Aquaman film, had been embroiled in previous court proceedings pertaining to her divorce from Johnny.
Tonight Show guest John Mulaney, the stand-up comedian and actor, showed his knack for timing by handing out a gift for the baby, a tiny cardigan, of course.
The 2014 film is about a film actor (Michael Keaton) attempting to give his flagging career a high-culture sheen by producing, writing, directing and starring in a Broadway play.
Facebook is presenting itself to lawmakers as an idealistic company that was too naive to anticipate how bad actors might exploit its platform, echoing remarks Zuckerberg made to reporters in a rare conference call Wednesday.
Lee, who bears a facial resemblance to actor Tobey Maguire, is built similar to Gardner, a stocky 5 foot 10 (Gardner is 5-11) that belies surprising speed.
Chuck McCann, the actor, comedian, and voiceover artist, died of congestive heart failure in Los Angeles on Sunday, reports The Los Angeles Times.
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Origin and Etymology of actor
ACTOR Defined for English Language Learners
: a person who acts in a play, movie, etc.
ACTOR Defined for Kids
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