A theatrical performer; a stageplayer.
One who assumes a role in any dramatic activity.
unit of the evenemential level of the dialectic component, composed of a semic molecule to which roles are associated.
External entity that needs to exchange information with the system. An actor can represent either a user role or another system.
A performer that has lines to say. Actor can refer to a male performer or generically to both males and females.
For purposes of this book, someone with dramatic or theatrical training who is accustomed to performing in plays or film, usually using a script.
a person who plays the role of a character in a film or a play. In the past, the term "actor" referred exclusively to males whereas female actors were called "actresses." Today the term "actor" is used to refer to both men and women. See also actor star.
a communication role played by a party in the healthcare domain that is involved in providing or consuming information
a dramatic performer
a person, program, or an entity that can fulfil roles to execute, to be responsible for, or to be associated in some way with activities and procedures
a person who acts, or has a role (a part) in a movie , television show, play , or radio show
a person who plays a role in theater or cinema
a person who plays when he works and works when he plays
a role model in the society
a role, not an individual
a role of object or objects outside of a system that interacts directly with it as part of a coherent work unit (a use case)
a role played by a user (i
a role that a user or other agent plays with respect to a system
a set of roles a user can play in a system while interacting with it
a user playing a role with respect to the system
A person who plays a role. The term "actor" can apply to performers of either gender -- an actress or a male actor, but sometimes used only in reference to males.
The person on stage portraying a role in a performance.
Performers that act in tv films and/or on stages.
Man or boy who performs in a stage play. In Shakespeare's time, males acted both male and female parts in a play.
a performer in a play; may be male or female.
The persona that the Player is assuming in the game; remember that in Cinemania!, you are playing an Actor playing a Role.
a gifted individual who has studied the craft of acting in order to portray roles in performances of dramatic literaure.
person or organization that may be the owner of agents that either seek to use Web services or provide Web services. A physical or conceptual entity that can perform actions. Examples: people; companies; machines; running software. An actor can take on (or implement) one or more roles. An actor at one level of abstraction may be viewed as a role at a lower level of abstraction.
An actor is someone or something that interacts with the system. At any moment, an actor assumes a particular role. (eg. graduate student assumes role of instructor)
Someone who performs the role of a character for the audience. A female actor is sometimes called an "Actress," however this term is dated and "actor" now refers to both men and women. Actors can perform characters from a text, such as a play, opera, or comedy sketch. Actors can also perform improvisation, scenes and characters which are not prepared before the performance.
A person, male or female, who performs a role in a play or an entertainment.
An Actor (Male), or Actress (Female), is a person who acts, or plays a role, in a dramatic production. The term commonly refers to someone working in movies, television, live theatre, or radio, and can occasionally denote a street entertainer. Besides playing dramatic roles, actors may also sing or dance or work only on radio or as a voice artist.