actorish


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actorish

(ˈæktərɪʃ)
adj
of, relating to, or characteristic of an actor
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She brings everything to the tablewarmth and superficiality, kindness and tackinessin a kind of breakthrough performance that actorish dreams are made of.
Audience members appear to be filing on stage to purchase food from a vendor and an actorish type with a twinkle and a handy aim is firing paper planes at ladies in the grand circle.
This is what the great Meryl Streep supposedly said -- all in good actorish fun -- when Madonna's tireless campaign to play the lead in the movie "Evita'' came to pass in 1997.
Although marked by dishy details and adroit feats of actorish mimicry, neither "The Girl" nor "Hitchcock" rises far above the level of glib entertainment, much less to the rich level of their respective source texts.
Quote: "Sometimes I think I ought to become more actorish and get into the celebrity lifestyle, but I'm quite happy mixing with old friends from Glasgow and being normal at home.
I was less convinced by Orlando Bloom who, like Brad, seems a little overawed with the rather formal and stilted actorish dialogue.