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in the 1971 film
Lawman, American actor Robert Ryan played the role of the sheriff under the name Cotton Ryan?
Hollywood actress became the first female to ever drive an automobile across the continental Anita King United States alone and whose only companions, according to the Los Angeles Times, were " a "?
rifle and a six shooter in the
1977 film directed by That Obscure Object of Desire Luis Buñuel, the leading role of Conchita is played by two actresses and voiced by a third?
DJ and blues expert also worked at various times as an Mike Raven actor in horror films, a sculptor, a sheep farmer, a presenter of religious TV programmes, and a ballet dancer?
actor , whose film roles include Jonathan Cecil Hercule Poirot's assistant Hastings, has been called "one of the finest upper-class-twits of his era"?
leading men often stand on to make themselves look taller on apple boxes film?
actress role in KaDee Strickland's , she was inspired by The Grudge Jane Fonda's Academy Award-winning performance in the 1971 film ?
World War II, the Czech actor refused to divorce his wife, as a consequence of which they were both imprisoned in a Oldřich Nový German concentration camp?
playwright George Farquhar (pictured) originally planned on an acting career, but gave it up after accidentally wounding a fellow actor severely on stage with a sword?
, the daughter of Shruti Haasan Indian actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika, is a singer turned model who is now also venturing into acting?
actor committed Philip Loeb suicide, an article in the noting his passing commented that "He died of a sickness commonly called ' New York Times the blacklist'."?
after limited success in
film, actor won starring roles in three Patrick McVey television series: , Big Town , and Boots and Saddles ?
actress Matilda Vining was always billed as , her fame greatly eclipsed that of her husband?
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actor of Read Morgan NBC's western television series played The Deputy basketball from 1950 to 1952 for the Kentucky Wildcats?
actor played Tyler MacDuff Billy the Kid in the 1954 film , which inspired the The Boy from Oklahoma Sugarfoot television series?
the mother of
, an Jamila Massey Indian actress and writer, refused to allow her to attend drama school, after the death of her father?
actor wrote the Adam Kennedy screenplay for the Gene Hackman film, , about a convict turned The Domino Principle assassin?
western television actor came out of retirement in 1987 to appear as the Chief Justice in Chris Alcaide Charles Bronson's film ?
Assassination two of the three daughters of the
Louisiana real estate developer and Springhill mayor became Jesse L. Boucher Hollywood actresses?
English actress Lucia Elizabeth Vestris (pictured) took over the in Olympic Theatre 1830, she became the first ever female actor-manager in the history of London theatre?
Irish romantic comedy followed the attempts of an Little White Lie actor to attract the attention of a television presenter by pretending he was a psychiatrist?
Mexican actress s dispute with Leticia Palma' Jorge Negrete led to the end of a career described as "one of the most interesting presences" of the cinema of Mexico?
actors and his sister Peter Helm Anne inherited a large estate from their banker-grandfather in the same month that Peter made his TV debut on CBS's ?
Pete and Gladys the
actor- stuntman broke both heels when he fell from the second floor of a burning building in the filming of the 1949 Paul Stader movie ?
Mighty Joe Young the
actress rejected the offer of a Viviane Romance Hollywood contract in the 1930s preferring to work in French cinema?
Czech actor was involved in one of the oddest Bolek Polívka legal disputes in the history of the Czech Republic?
film crew of actress Revathi's directorial debut was entirely composed of women?
Mitr, My Friend
, the Ramon Zamora Filipino film actor popularly dubbed the " Bruce Lee of the Philippines," won an award imitating Adolf Hitler on the gag show ?
, an Patience Cooper Anglo-Indian actress, was the first to play a double role in an Indian film?
actress appeared in four episodes of Michele Lee without pay when the show suffered a budgeting problem?
actress , who claimed to have information about the Dorothy Kilgallen assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, died under suspicious circumstances?
Brazilian actress was diagnosed with the same illness, Carmen Silva multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, as actor Oswaldo Louzada, who played her husband on the Brazilian telenovela, ?
Canadian actress won a Cara Duff-MacCormick Theatre World Award for her role in , a play about Moonchildren coming of age during the Vietnam War era?
heavyweight boxer recorded nine victories in his first year as a professional, including one over future Joe Baksi actor Jack Palance?
Egyptian actor Omar Sharif's first film role was in the 1954 film ?
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actor and acting teacher is credited with launching the Bryan O'Byrne acting career of Nick Nolte, whom he discovered while coaching Nolte's college roommate?
actor and mime artist , who was often billed as "The Incredible Orlando", continued to perform on stage and in films after becoming totally Jack Birkett blind?
actor , though he still appears in mostly Buck Taylor Western films, is also a prolific artist of the American West?
actor Jeff Bridges credits his mother, , with passing down lessons she learned from acclaimed Dorothy Bridges acting teacher Michael Chekhov to her children?
actor , son of British actor Michael Sellers Peter Sellers, died of the same cause ( heart attack) and date, albeit twenty-six years later, as his father?
actor and broadcaster , who played the son-in-law on Dean Miller CBS's , later bought what became December Bride WMVR-FM radio in his native Ohio?
actor and environmentalist worked to establish the first Ron Hayes Earth Day in 1970 and to preserve the Grand Canyon National Park?
Irish actor is the son of Paudge Behan IRA Chief of Staff Cathal Goulding and Beatrice Behan, the widow of playwright Brendan Behan?
Russian critics considered Armenian actor and poet one of the best Petros Adamian tragedians of the world for his interpretations of and Hamlet ?
transitioned from a moderately successful Joe Shishido melodrama actor into a popular villain and then action star after he underwent plastic surgery to severely enlarge his cheeks?
and Ira Eaker established Allen Zwerdling in 1960, considered the "casting bible" for Back Stage theater performers?
was a prominent movie Léonce Perret director and actor, involved in more than four hundred films from 1909 to 1935?
, an Mahmoud el-Meliguy Egyptian actor famed for his villain film roles, was nicknamed " Marlon Brando of the East"?
NTR Gardens (pictured), which was built in the memory of actor- politician N. T. Rama Rao, was actually a water body until 1994?
, an Elvira Popescu actress, theatre director, and recipient of the Légion d'honneur, was one of four women who inspired Henri Matisse's painting La Blouse Roumaine?
was a Edgar Buchanan dentist before becoming an American actor with a long career in both movies and television, and is probably best remembered as Uncle Joe Carson from the and Petticoat Junction television sitcoms of the Green Acres 1960s?
studio executive , who oversaw the Simon Kornblit release of for Jurassic Park Universal Pictures, became an actor after his retirement?
Scottish actor began his career at age 11 when he was cast in the film Richard Madden , followed by his 1999 role in the Complicity BBC television series ?
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British actress played a Stephanie Beacham nun on American sitcom Sister Kate after playing the glamorous Sable Colby on the drama ?
, the winner of the Barry Coe Golden Globe award for "most promising" actor, missed out on becoming the fourth Cartwright brother on the television series because of reported friction on the set?
was the Christopher Strauli actor recruited to fill the gap left by the early death of Richard Beckinsale when casting the movie version of ? Rising Damp
actor Billy Bob Thornton provides drums and vocals for the country rock band ?
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Question 1: In the ancient Greece and Rome and the [11 ] medieval world, it was considered disgraceful for a woman to go on the stage, and this belief continued right up until the 17th century, when in ________ it was broken.
Question 3: Tony Awards for the theatre (specifically, ________)
Question 4: (Shakespeare's use of [9 ] ________ and wordplay, for example, often has this function of indirect contact.)
Question 5: The gender-neutral term player was common in film in the early days of the ________, but is now generally deemed archaic.
Question 7: ________ and Robin Williams have each appeared in a hit comedy film ( and Tootsie , respectively) in which they played most scenes dressed as a woman. Mrs. Doubtfire
Question 8: ________ for American film and television