- n. Plural form of actor.
“Dramas brought to a close or still in progress are foreshadowed by the sight of such actors as these, not the dramas that are played before the footlights and against a background of painted canvas, but dumb dramas of life, frost-bound dramas that sear hearts like fire, dramas that do not end with the actors lives.”
“This threatens the current production system, where entertainment unions in Hollywood have built an amazing machine to share the profits of the entertainment companies with the line workers in the industry, not just with the name actors but also with the people who work the cameras, build the sets and deliver the food to the set.”
“Promoting economic actors is code for "boot licking one's way to success.”
“Bella was eating a veggie burger, which I found interesting (being a vegetarian myself) … I suppose at least one of the actors is a vegetarian.”
“FROM MTV. COM: The list of iconic film roles that almost went to other actors is a long and continuous one.”
“But more importantly than the merits of the actors is the idea that the Dollhouses are rallying against the Los Angeles branch.”
“As for the Twilight Series, the chemistry between all of the actors is already there.”
“While the suave, sophisticated Anil has been generous enough to claim a title actors normally shy away from, he's also clear about who the gunda is in his next.”
“I mean they interviewed all the actually actors from the film, which what more can you ask for.”
“Sorry Paul, but every one of those actors is Asian ... it's a big continent.”
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