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Synonyms for actor



Synonyms for actor

a theatrical performer

one who participates

Synonyms for actor

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Individually, the usually impeccable Ontiveros has a few too many actorish moments, while Ferrera always appears spontaneous, smart and truthful in her responses to a world that seems designed to squelch Ana's aspirations but can occasionally offer intoxicating insight and good fortune in the bargain.
That should have been the end of the story but a combination of the headline hungry press and his flamboyant, actorish manner meant that the small fact that he had not actually flown the distance was soon overlooked.
Janney and Jenkins inject a human, smart sensibility, while Efron is an annoyance, and Magaro tends to be actorish.
He says he enjoys drama and comedy equally: "I know this sounds a bit actorish, but for me it is the character that I am playing which is important.
But somehow his affectedly actorish manner always grated on me.
Sole holdover from the production's original incarnation at London's Menier Chocolate Factory and then in the West End, Hanson too often breaks into actorish talk-singing in what seems another odd directorial whim.
At 68 she threw herself into Ken Ludwig's highly actorish farce, Over The Moon, with gusto and infectious enthusiasm.
Rookie thesp's total commitment and absorption of every tic and behavioral detail is astonishing, and never once becomes an exercise in actorish mannerisms.
With his posh actorish voice and prodigious talent to amuse, this working-class Londoner-made-good was one of the most in-demand stars of the '90s.