(redirected from Movie actress)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for actor



Synonyms for actor

a theatrical performer

one who participates

Synonyms for actor

References in periodicals archive ?
Fortunately for the talented Ampil, she won as New Movie Actress of the Year in a tie with the beauty queen.
Apart from bagging the PMPC Movie Actress Award, Calzado gained international recognition when she received the Yakushi Pearl Award for best performer in the 12th Osaka Asian Film Festival held in Japan in March 2017.
Deepika Padukone reached a new career high after the actress was nominated for the 2017 Teen Choice Award for best action movie actress for her role as Serena Unger in xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage.
Other winners at the Los Angeles ceremony included Sandra Bullock as favorite movie actress, "The Big Bang Theory" as favorite network TV comedy and "Grey's Anatomy," which was named favorite network TV drama.
Melissa McCarthy was honored as favorite comedic movie actress, while Adam Sandler was selected as favorite comedic movie actor.
But long Before that, in the 1940s and 1950s, De Carlo was a pinup favorite and successful movie actress.
Woman of the year event: Twilight movie actress Kristen Stewart and inset and, inset,
Favourite Movie Actress went to Miley Cyrus, whilst Johnny Depp scooped the prize for Favourite Movie Actor.
Pattinson, who plays vampire Edward Cullen in the "Twilight" series, was nominated for favorite movie actor and Stewart was nominated for favorite movie actress.
Summary: Iranian authorities prevented a well-known movie actress and a film maker from traveling to the United States because of their activities after a disputed election in June, a newspaper reported Saturday.
Epic) w AS outrageous as Lady Gaga in her dress sense, former magician's assistant, movie actress (she was emo girl Andrea in the St Trinians remake) and wannabe pop burlesque icon Paloma Blomfield gives Amy Winehouse and Duffy a run for their money, songs such as Stone Cold Sober and Smoke & Mirrors shot through with 60s R&B.
Photos feature Pavese, his family, lovers (including American movie actress Constance Dowling), and Piedmont-area haunts.
Italian-born actress Sofia Loren was selected as an extra in Quo Vadis in 1951, launching her career as a movie actress.
MOVIE actress Lindsay Lohan's bad boy Irish dad has turned to God.
Hudson has the theoretically meatier role of mistreated, righteously angry Effie, and for a first-time movie actress with such an important part, she's very good.