The imaginary person that the actor pretends to be on stage.
A character is created by an actor onstage, drawing upon the script created by the playwright. Characters are the agents of the stage action - they come to life at the beginning of the play, and cease to exist at the end.
A "person" in a play, as performed by an actor. Hamlet, Oedipus, Juliet, and Willy Loman are characters. Characters may or may not be based on real people.
an actor's portrayal of someone in a play; "she played the part of Desdemona"
a role, and like any theatrical production, exists independently of the actor
A being with a virtual body in virtual reality. (Walser, 1991) (see Agent, Actor).
a person in a play created by the playwright and represented by an actor.
POV the perceptual position achieved when pretending to be someone or something else.
The personality or part an actor recreates.