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  • n. Plural form of thesp.


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  • Mixed martial arts fighter Heath Herring is also starring with Latin American thesps Zulay

  • Top-name thesps would clamor for even bit parts in his films.

    Altman Made Pictures His Way

  • A parade of name thesps (Jeff Daniels, Mary-Louise Parker, Treat Williams, Alessandro Nivola) comes on to portray expert witnesses, while Jon Hamm, without having to much change his period look from "Mad Men," plays the defense attorney who ably steers the case being heard by a conservative, fair-minded judge

  • Fox 2000 is looking to place a number of big-name thesps in the smaller roles of the gods.

  • Variety reports that the "thesps" (stop it, Variety) of the SAG have asked "vidgame"


  • Perhaps Williams's most appealing trait in the circumstances is his generosity towards his fellow thesps.

    David Finkle: First Nighter: Robin Williams Broadway-Bows in Rajiv Joseph's Toothless Play

  • It is the kind of production that basically involves gathering up a lorryload of thesps at a loose end, dumping them in a tax-efficient sandy location, giving them a load of helmets to play with and a crash course in High Roman Speak, recording whatever results and scoring any emotional moments with sub-Enya or possibly Enya – it's so hard to tell music.

    TV review: The Untold Tommy Cooper; Ben Hur

  • She also manages to effectively mask her English accent with an amount of success that few of even the best British thesps are able to accomplish.

    WHITEOUT Blu-ray Review –

  • Effectively the supplement to the strange book, it employs the galaxy of British thesps to execute the denizens of Wonderland.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • It's little wonder, then, that thesps cling on to any port in a storm and make some rather bizarre alliances.

    Danny Dyer's revealed he was pals with Pinter. An odd couple, but look at these


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