In the end, they went with the other actor because I was a double threat, Hispanic and disabled.
I remember a specific time in my early-to-mid teens in a cinema where I believed being an actor was a very noble thing.
Stephen Collins is just an actor, of course, and no one should confuse him with a character he played on TV.
In rarer cases, if I may chance a misinterpreted mashup of my own, one can scratch an actress and find an actor.
Egan said he had grown up in the Midwest, aspiring to be an actor.
The actor should not stare straight into the faces of the audience, but look between them.
All these actor cheps know it, so of course 'e'd 'a' known abaht it, too.
Con and I don't feel like going home just yet, and Mrs. Irving has elected to be audience instead of actor.
Could anything be more dull than the life of an actor in a repertory theatre?
But no matter for that; the spectator at a play is more entertained than the actor; and in real life it is much the same.
late 14c., "an overseer, guardian, steward," from Latin actor "an agent or doer," also "theatrical player," from past participle stem of agere (see act (n.)). Mid-15c. as "a doer, maker," also "a plaintiff." Sense of "one who performs in plays" is 1580s, originally applied to both men and women.
An athlete who is good at pretending he has been hurt or fouled; esp, a baseball player who very convincingly mimes the pain of being hit by a pitch