An elaboration of the ages-old concept of the actor/singer/waiter, someone who waits tables __for now__, but who has aspirations of breaking into the glamorous worlds of acting or New Media or both!
He keeps going to auditions and sending a resumes to C|Net (http://cnet.com/) because you have to pay your dues.
His credits include being on “Friends” (as an extra), in “ER” (actually, in an ER – he twisted his ankle once; but he counts the x-rays as screen credits), and having been the webmaster of an extensive multimedia interactive website (his hotlist of “Simpsons” links).
exaggeratedly theatrical; affected: a stagy, actorish voice.
a person who in stage plays, motion pictures, television broadcasts, etc. a person who does something; participant. a brother of King Augeas, sometimes believed to be the father, by Molione, of Eurytus and Cteatus. Contemporary Examples The actors perform these scenes for four, sometimes six hour, stints and are “exhausted,” he adds, by the end […]
- Actors' equity association
a labor union for stage actors, founded in 1912 and affiliated with the AFL-CIO.
a short, realistic play, usually in Spanish, that dramatizes the social and economic problems of Chicanos.