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In fact, Luis' bit-part role in Chelsea is a far cry from the one he left behind at the Vicente Calderon, where played a significant role when Atletico Madrid won the La Liga title.
A bit-part role at Anfield will cost him his England place, while a big-money switch to St James' Park is looking increasingly unlikely, so Carroll seems set for at least one more season in the East End, where he proved a big hit last season.
And while some will be disheartened at his loss, you would surely have to say that is a good sale by Everton for what is essentially another bit-part player.
I'd rather play a bit-part now and be a member of a successful side that wins promotion than come into the side now because things start to go against us, play half-a-dozen games and we miss out in May.
But should Tosh be struggling for options up front, Hartson's adamant he won't accept a bit-part.
It has been said that politicians inhabit a parallel universe, which perhaps explains why BBC staff mistook the Welsh First Minister Rhodri Morgan for a bit-part actor in Doctor Who.
The chance to play a part in The Bill came through her agent after bit-part roles in shows like Casualty.
Exploiting the appeal, particularly in Israel, of Steven Spielberg's 1993 film Schindler's List, the artist interviewed bit-part actors about their roles.
The 32-year-old star, who had a bit-part in Richard Curtis's romantic movie, had her handbag stolen from a cafe on the Portobello Road while she was with her baby son.
They could hardly have failed to notice that life in racing stables begins around 6am at the latest, which means that professionals- and this bit-part player is no exception-are usually in bed well before the programme's start-time of 11.
During his boxing career, he took a variety of ``jobs'' - strong-armed collector, bodyguard, bit-part actor and stand-up comedian, among them - before finally becoming what those around might have thought inconceivable: A writer.
But any hard-working actor knows that audition after audition, from walk-on extra to cameo to bit-part, Taft Hartley-ing your way toward getting a SAG card, and then supporting role to starring, isn't just a journey -- there are necessary actions one needs to take "beyond the karmic twists of fate.
The striker was just a bit-part player under Davie Moyes following his move from Rangers in 2012.
The former Stoke City man has been a bit-part player since moving from Burnley in the summer with his eye-catching goals coming for Northern Ireland more than the Terriers.