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show biz

n. Informal
Show business.

show′-biz′, show′biz′ (shō′bĭz′) adj.

show′ biz`

Informal. show business.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: biz - those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theatershow biz - those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theater
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
film industry, movie industry - the entertainment industries involved in producing and distributing movies
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Peer pressure drives other show-biz personalities to try drugs; before they know it, they're hooked.
STAR CHEF: Sophie Montelli, former private chef of show-biz luminaries Rod Stewart, Ed McMahon, Geena Davis and Jerry Weintraub has unveiled her Sophie's Bakery Cafe at 2337 Roscomare Road, Bel-Air.
Quebec singing star Alys Robi has spiralled downward into a mental hospital where she is about to undergo a lobotomy, deemed the only cure for her violent bouts of manic depression Awaiting surgery, Alys recalls the life and meteoric show-biz career that led her to this traumatic moment.
Soon she will meet Betty (Naomi Watts), a corn-fed blond newly arrived in LA to pursue her show-biz dreams.
Part of it is show-biz dancing--hoofer-gypsy stuff.
There, Flik finds an entertaining and motley crew of show-biz bugs who are ultimately--if somewhat begrudgingly--persuaded to come to the aid of their endangered cousins.
A frail and aging Lilia Cuntapay is appealing to her co-workers in the show-biz industry for help to be able to cope with her medical expenses.
And it's Gold, who guides the career of an up-and-coming young actor loosely based on executive producer Mark Wahlberg, who has turned Piven from that reliable guy on ``Ellen,'' ``The Larry Sanders Show'' and a bunch of his childhood friend John Cusack's movies into something of a show-biz legend.
Here and there, as in the introduction with the dancers strolling down the aisles and onto the stage, Patrelle resorted to show-biz devices.
Contrary to a few sports people who'd shun the show-biz world, Striegl is very much open to being in the industry one day and is thrilled about the idea.
Studio City; (818) 766-8311: The West Hollywood night spot now has a full-service Valley venue geared for promoted events and private show-biz parties, plus weekend dance nights.