unstarry

unstarry

(ʌnˈstɑːrɪ)
adj
not resembling or characteristic of a star from the entertainment world: their simple unstarry ways.
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Other things helped - the outfits, marrying Ferris Bueller - - but whenever she was interviewed, SJP came across as unstarry, funny and sweet.
After Batman, Keaton took a series of notably unstarry roles - a tenant from hell opposite Melanie Griffith and Matthew Modine in Pacific Heights, a hammy Dogberry in Kenneth Branagh's Much Ado About Nothing.
Sheeran seems like a nice bloke and his stories are usually down-to-earth and unstarry.
Beau is about as unstarry as it's possible to be and looked terrified when I mentioned the prospect of her winning.
Most Oscar-winning actresses would happily pass driving duties to a stunt double, but the decidedly unstarry Thompson insisted on getting behind the wheel.
He visits Birmingham and talks to ROZ LAWS about ghosts and gay lovers ROSS NOBLE is the most unstarry of stars.
While the showbiz vultures circle above, anticipating a feeding frenzy over rumours of a split with long-term love Johnny Depp, Vanessa has remained remarkably unstarry about the situation.
I remember being struck by how unstarry and self-effacing he was.
The thing that really impressed me is how unstarry he was.