screen actor

NOUN
  1. an actor who plays a role in a film
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use screen actor In A Sentence

  • Hollywood also launched him into politics, as president of the Screen Actors Guild, where he helped purge the movie business of what he saw as Communist subversives.
  • The Hollywood Reporter's Todd McCarthy calls Gosling's performance a "bid to enter the iconic ranks of tough, self-possessed American screen actors -- Steve McQueen, Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin. Ryan Gosling turns tough guy for thriller "Drive"
  • The American stage and screen actor who became identified as the rumpled detective title character on "Colombo," which spanned 30 years in primetime U.S. television. The Seattle Times
  • Although he may have seemed a natural screen actor with his light-haired, long-faced romantic looks, he preferred the stage. Times, Sunday Times
  • P.P.S. Full disclosure: I am a proud union member of four unions: the Directors Guild, the Writers Guild, the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA the last two have passed resolutions supporting the workers in Wisconsin. Michael Moore: How I Got to Madison, Wisconsin
  • Ruminating on this unnoted milestone made me consider anew what a unique and gifted screen actor he was. John Farr: Missing Mr. Matthau
  • Things are still tense over at the Screen Actors Guild where a strike is a real possibility. Twilight Lexicon » Twilight and New Moon Movie News
  • Two of the best diamond looks included ravishing Kate Hudson in a long diamond sautoir necklace worn down her back, briolette diamond and baguette diamond drop earrings, a 15.65 carat emerald cut diamond ring, and a diamond cocktail ring all from Cartier and Screen Actor's Guild winner Christina Hendricks from "Mad Men" in rose-cut diamond pendant earrings and a rose-cut diamond ring from Irit Designs. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • Orchestras were no longer needed, along with screen actors who had voices that grated or squeaked.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy