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- n. Alternative spelling of costar.
- v. Alternative spelling of costar.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to feature as the co-star in a performance.
- intransitive v. to be the co-star in a performance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. one of two actors who are given equal status as stars in a play or film
- v. feature as the co-star in a performance
- v. be the co-star in a performance
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Vartan's Alias co-star, Victor Garber, served as a groomsman.
There, in that venerable West Village venue, paired with Dennis Boutsikaris, her co-star from the short lived production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs, she plays Juliana Smithton, a well-dressed scientist addressing a meeting of doctors in St. Thomas on the subject of pharmaceuticals who loses composure distracted by a girl in a yellow string bikini, a possible vision caused by a brain tumor.
Burton may have referred to his co-star as "Miss Tits", yet his description of their first encounter suggests his true emotions: "She is famine, fire, destruction, and plague, she is the Dark Lady of the Sonnets, the onlie true begetter… Her breasts were apocalyptic, they would topple empires down before they withered… She was lavish.
News you can use: Michael C. Hall enjoyed the party with fellow cast members from Showtime's Dexter, including his wife and co-star, Jennifer Carpenter.
Adding insult to injury: Her former Friends co-star Matt LeBlanc earned a nomination for Episodes.
Also giving heaps of credit to Martindale was co-star Walton Goggins, who, along with series star Timothy Olyphant and guest star Jeremy Davies, also earned a nod on Thursday.
Which leaves us with the stunning Margulies, whose fiercest competition may be Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss — with co-star Hamm, touting their brilliant work on the instant-classic "The Suitcase" episode.
Emma Watson admits her first crush was a Harry Potter co-star
The night before, Bryan Cranston was on the red carpet being photographed with his Emmy-winning co-star Aaron Paul.
Watson, who still hasn't kissed her first crush, co-star Tom Felton, wanted to make sure it was a good kiss for the fans who have invested in the characters through every chapter of the series.