Histrion

Definition of Histrion

His´tri`on
n.1.A player.

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actor, actress, Al Jolson, Alec Guinness, Alfred Lunt, Allen, Allen Stewart Konigsberg, Anthony Hopkins, Arthur John Gielgud, Asa Yoelson, Astaire, barnstormer, Baron Olivier of Birghton, Barrymore, Bela Ferenc Blasko, Bela Lugosi, Bing Crosby, Bogart, Booth, Boris Karloff, Bruce Lee, Burbage, Burton, Buster Keaton, Cagney, Cary Grant, character actor, Charles Laughton, Charles Robert Redford, Chevalier, Clark Gable, comedian, Cooper, Coward, Crosby, David Garrick, De Niro, Dean, Depardieu, Douglas Elton Fairbanks, Douglas Fairbanks, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Drew, Dudley Moore, Dudley Stuart John Moore, Duke Wayne, Dustin Hoffman, E. G. Marshall, Edmund Kean, Edward G. Robinson, Edward Goldenberg Robinson, Erich von Stroheim, Eugene Curran Kelly, extra, Fairbanks, Fonda, Francis Albert Sinatra, Frank Cooper, Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, Gable, Garrick, Gary Cooper, Gene Kelly, George C. Scott, George Orson Welles, Gerard Depardieu, Gibson, Gielgud, Grant, Granville-Barker, Guinness, ham, ham actor, Hanks, Harley Granville-Barker, Harold Clayton Lloyd, Harold Lloyd, Harrison, Harry Lillis Crosby, heavy, Heming, Hemminge, Henry Fonda, Herbert Blythe, Hoffman, Hopkins, Howard, Humphrey Bogart, Humphrey DeForest Bogart, ingenue, Jack Lemmon, James Byron Dean, James Cagney, James Dean, James Maitland Stewart, James Mason, James Neville Mason, Jimmy Cagney, Jimmy Stewart, John Barrymore, John Drew, John Heming, John Hemminge, John Uhler, John Wayne, John Wilkes Booth, Jolson, Joseph Francis Keaton, Julius Ullman, Karloff, Kean, Keaton, Kelly, Konstantin Sergeevich Alekseev, Konstantin Sergeyevich Stanislavsky, Konstantin Stanislavsky, Laszlo Lowestein, Laughton, Laurence Olivier, lead, leading man, Lee, Lee Yuen Kam, Lemmon, Leslie Howard, Leslie Howard Stainer, Lionel Barrymore, Lloyd, Lorre, Lugosi, Lunt, Marshall, Martin, Mason, Maurice Barrymore, Maurice Chevalier, Mel Columcille Gerard Gibson, Mel Gibson, mime, mimer, Mitchum, Moore, movie actor, mummer, Newman, Noel Coward, O'Toole, Olivier, Orson Welles, Otis Skinner, pantomimer, pantomimist, Paul Newman, performer, performing artist, Peter Alexander Ustinov, Peter Lorre, Peter O'Toole, Peter Seamus O'Toole, Peter Sellers, plant, play-actor, playactor, player, Poitier, principal, Ralph Richardson, Redford, Reginald Carey Harrison, Rex Harrison, Richard Burbage, Richard Burton, Richardson, Robert De Niro, Robert Mitchum, Robert Redford, Robinson, role player, scene-stealer, Scott, screen actor, Sellers, Sidney Poitier, Sinatra, Sir Alec Guinness, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir Anthony Philip Hopkins, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Sir John Gielgud, Sir Laurence Kerr Olivier, Sir Noel Pierce Coward, Sir Peter Ustinov, Sir Ralph David Richardson, Sir Rex Harrison, Skinner, spear carrier, Spencer Tracy, standby, Stanislavsky, star, Steve Martin, Stewart, Stroheim, supernumerary, thespian, Thomas J. Hanks, Tom Hanks, Tracy, tragedian, Tree, trouper, understudy, upstager, Ustinov, walk-on, Wayne, Welles, William Clark Gable, William Henry Pratt, Woody Allen
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