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Synonyms for show business

those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theater

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Show business legend Bruce Forsyth said: "I agree with him.
The interior for the Alderney style, four-bedroom detached showhome, has been designed by interior design firm Show Business Interiors and reflects the family orientated nature of the development.
She spent more than a decade in show business in the 1920s and '30s, touring in lead roles of shows including "Sally, Irene & Mary" and "The Girl Friend.
In this guide, Rebeck discusses the art of writing for film, television, and theater, along with how to deal with the politics of show business.
Without doubt, gays are discriminated against in show business.
as being good at athletics, music, and show business only, and being incapable of using their brains to create wealth and uplift their standards of living.
If you're a fan of hamburgers, hot rods, Elvis impersonators or business in the Northeast Valley, you might want to attend the Sun Valley Area Chamber of Commerce's Hot August Nights Car Show business mixer Thursday evening.
God Bless America" and "There's No Business Like Show Business," Berlin was an American institution without equal.
The Silver Belles began in 1985 as a way to educate young people about the role of women in show business during the Big Band era.
From 1881 to 1932 vaudeville was the center of American show business, and modern-day vaudevillian Trav S.
From learning what kinds of jobs are out there to learning about agents, auditioning, rules for child actors and working on the side, this is the 'insider's' guide to the industry which should be in the hands and on the minds of any aspiring model or actor before they compete in the show business world.
At $8 per class for each student, that's what we call show business.
The best way to enjoy Alan Schroeder's Celebrity-in-Chief: How Show Business Took Over the White House is to read it the same way one might tackle a can of Planter's Mixed Nuts: rummage around to grab the cashews and leave the filberts alone.
I had stars in my eyes and wanted to follow in my father's show business footsteps.