Actor (noun)

  1. A person who performs in a theatrical play, film, or television show.
  2. A person who plays a role in a performance or production.
  3. A person who acts in a professional capacity.
  4. A person who performs a role or acts in a particular way in real life.
  5. A person who plays a part in an event or situation.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin actor, agent noun from agere "do".

Examples:

  1. He is an experienced actor.
  2. She is an actor who is known for her comedic roles.
  3. He is an actor who has won multiple awards.
  4. The company has hired an actor to play the role of the CEO.
  5. The politician is a skilled actor who can change his position on an issue.
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