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acting the occupation or profession of an actor. [1/5 definitions]
artiste an artist, esp. a public performer such as a singer, dancer, or actor. [1/2 definitions]
audition a trial performance by an actor, musician, or dancer. [1/5 definitions]
blackface theatrical make-up used to burlesque a black character, as in a minstrel show, or an actor playing such a character. [1/2 definitions]
cameo a minor role usually played by a prominent actor or other famous person, often occupying a single scene of a film. [1/3 definitions]
cast to choose (an actor) for a role in a play or film. [1/18 definitions]
character actor an actor who specializes in supporting roles, esp. in the portrayal of eccentric or distinctive characters.
Charles Chaplin an English-born actor, director, and producer, esp. of U.S. films (b.1889--d.1977).
coactor combined form of actor.
comedian an actor or writer of comic works. [1/3 definitions]
exit in theater, the departure of an actor from the stage. [1/7 definitions]
feature of a film or play, to present (an actor or actors) in a prominent role or roles. [1/9 definitions]
filmography a listing of movies that an actor has appeared in or that a director has directed.
ham2 an actor who calls attention to himself or herself by overacting. [1/3 definitions]
mime an actor who practices this art. [1/6 definitions]
mimic an actor who performs mime. [1/8 definitions]
miscue in the theater, to give an incorrect stage cue to (an actor). [1/6 definitions]
monologue in drama, a speech performed by an actor alone or as if alone on the stage; soliloquy. [1/2 definitions]
movie star a movie actor who has attained celebrity and usu. plays lead roles in movies.
nonactor combined form of actor.
Oprah Winfrey influential U.S. talk-show host, actor, philanthropist, and reputedly the first African-American woman billionaire (b.1954).