An actor who attempts to imp–personate actual people for a role, such as in historical and biographical stories. I chose Jamie Foxx for my impersonator actor. In 2004 Jamie stared in the title role of the film “Ray”. This film is a biographical film about the life of Ray Charles. Jamie did so well at portraying Ray Charles that he received an Academy Award for best actor. Personality actor:
An actor whose own personality tends to define all the characters he portrays, so that the actor’s name alone lets audiences know what their screen character will be like. I chose Adam Sandler for my personality actor. Sandler is known for his comedy films such as, “Billy Madison”, “The Water boy”, “Happy Gilmore”, and plenty more films. He brings his own personality to every film is in. people know that when they watch a film with Sandler in it, they will hear eighties rock. Also, Adam uses a lot of the same characters in each movie.
An actor, often with a distinctive screen persona, who is well–known and popular with the movie going public, often to the point that some avid movie fans become deeply curious about the actor’s private life. I chose George Clooney for my star actor. Clooney had been in television since 1978. He got his big break playing Dr. Doug Ross in the series ER. That is when Clooney became recognized and started in his movie career. Since then he has been in numerous films. People Magazine names him the sexiest man alive in 1997 and again in 2006. His relationships are highly publicized and criticized. Fans even wanted to know what kind of pets Clooney favored. I think they were surprised when they found out it was a pig. Wild card:
A term applied to an actor, usually a star, who is difficult to classify as one certain type, an actor who can play a wide variety of characters equally well without becoming typecast. I chose Robert Deniro for my wild card actor. Deniro has played many different characters in his film history. In...
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