star part

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star part

nruolo principale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Skidder, who had cast her in his mind for the star part in a private, romantic (unspoken) drama in real life.
The actress was amazed to bag the star part in one of the country's biggest shows, beside big names such as Helen George and Judy Parfitt.
The actress was amazed to bag the star part in one of the country's A-biggest shows, beside big names such as Helen George and Judy Parfitt.
Over half admit they feel "deeply disappointed" if their little cherub misses a star part, research reveals.
WATCH out Hollywood luvvies - this budding young Lower Cumberworth actress could be taking all of your jobs after landing a star part in a new feature film.
This year is no different, with Long Run v Kauto Star part five coming to our television screens in March, two-all and all to play for.
And if there's any quibbling among the parents about the star part (okay, so Mary's probably got the edge, but only just) then I shall give them the sharp end of my Maesteg tongue.
But Michelle, 30, has struggled as a solo artist, although she did land a star part in Aida on Broadway and last year played Roxy in Chicago in the West End.
Given's influence in particular cannot be understated, with the Irish star part of the Newcastle side that made it into the Champions League a decade ago.
The last actor taking the star part in Romeo and Juliet had left for panto.
He was also assured that he would be given the freedom to play the star part in a vastly different way from the version made famous by the Israeli actor, Topol.