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An actor (male) or actress (female) is a person assumes a role for the purpose of entertaining others, through a [[television]] show, a [[radio]] broadcast, a stage play, or a [[movie]], among others.
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An '''actor''' (male) or '''actress''' (female) is a person assumes a role for the purpose of entertaining others, through a [[television]] show, a [[radio]] broadcast, a stage play, or a [[movie]], among others.
  
Actors are highly respected in American [[popular culture]], and the details of their lives closely scrutinized, to the point of absurdity, by the [[paparazzi]].  By comparison, actors in [[Rome|Roman]] society occupied a very low rung on the social ladder.
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Actors are highly respected in American [[popular culture]], and the details of their lives closely scrutinized, some say to the point of absurdity, by the [[paparazzi]].  By comparison, actors in [[Ancient Rome|Ancient Roman]] society occupied a very low rung on the social ladder.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:31, 4 September 2007

An actor (male) or actress (female) is a person assumes a role for the purpose of entertaining others, through a television show, a radio broadcast, a stage play, or a movie, among others.

Actors are highly respected in American popular culture, and the details of their lives closely scrutinized, some say to the point of absurdity, by the paparazzi. By comparison, actors in Ancient Roman society occupied a very low rung on the social ladder.