- v. Simple past tense and past participle of co-star.
“Cannavale, who most recently co-starred in Win Win, will recur on the upcoming season of Nurse Jackie as a tough new hospital administrator.”
“On the big screen, she's co-starred in films Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Burlesque and still voices the title character of Gossip Girl.”
“The polar bear will attack after this scene," Oka jokes about the intense fight scene, recalling a mysterious creature on Lost, the series that co-starred O'Quinn and also filmed in Hawaii.”
“Dodds, 41, co-starred as one of Drew Barrymore's evil stepsisters in Ever After: A Cinderella Story.”
“Jon Hamm, who co-starred in Wiig's breakout film Bridesmaids, wrote the piece honoring the Saturday Night Live vet in the magazine.”
“And on Modern Family (9/8c), a game of punkin chunkin settles a few scores in a holiday episode that reunites Book of Mormon Tony nominee Josh Gad with Ty Burrell, who co-starred in the short-lived 2007 sitcom Back to You (from Family creators Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd).”
“Shelton, 37, who recently co-starred in Scream 4, and Flynn, a movie producer, will welcome their second child in the spring.”
“Aside from All My Children, the two have co-starred in Loving and its spin-off, The City.”
“Kemper, best known for her role as Erin on The Office, also co-starred in Bridesmaids earlier this year.”
“Morgan's performance in M*A*S*H, in which he co-starred from 1975 to '83, earned him an Emmy in 1980 as Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.”
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