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# Clue
1. Expert on lines
2. Barrymore, e.g.
3. Disciple of Thespis
4. Fonda or Lunt, e.g.
5. Expert in asides
6. Caine or Wayne
7. Young or Mature
8. Caine or Cotten
9. Olivier or Gielgud
10. Histrion
11. Olivier or Barrymore
12. Buttons or Knotts
13. Redford or Newman
14. Student of Lee Strasberg
15. Ford, Adams or Grant
16. Histrio
17. One involved inAcross
18. Person in a cast
19. Moss or Morse
20. Gielgud or Olivier
21. Boards walker
22. Plummer, e.g.
23. Reagan was one
24. Gielgud or Guinness
25. Boardwalker?
26. Oscar seeker
27. Globe employee
28. Cotten or Woolley
29. Elmo Lincoln, e.g.
30. Greene or Sheen
31. John Lithgow, for one
32. John Lithgow, e.g.
33. John Drew was one
34. John Lithgow is one
35. Baryshnikov, at times
36. Ben Johnson, for one
37. Nimoy or Nolte
38. Sir Henry Irving, e.g.
39. Forrest or Woods, e.g.
40. Human ham
41. Roscian performer
42. Part of a cast
43. Part man?
44. Lancaster, e.g.
45. Trouper
46. Stage presence?
47. Person with a coach?
48. Washington or Phoenix
49. Lines man?
50. One with a part
51. Cue user
52. Stage coach user, possibly
53. Part filler
54. One in a 10-Across
55. Phoenix or Washington
56. He is aware of the stage that matters to him
57. Someone in a cast
58. Memorizer of lines
59. Part player
60. Puzzle's awardee
61. 9 Across, e.g.
62. Obie contender
63. Walk-on, e.g.
64. Pitt or Penn
65. Part winner
66. Parts expert?
67. Line man?
68. Company member
69. Cage, for one
70. ONE'S JOB IS DELIVERING SOMEONE ELSE'S WORK
71. THEATRICAL PLAYER
72. One with parts
73. Paul Newman, for one
74. Pitt or Depp, e.g.
75. Action may make him laugh or cry?
76. One needing parts
77. Either performer in a two-hander
78. Player on a stage
79. Meryl Streep, to the politically correct
80. SAG member
81. Booth was one
82. Robert De Niro or Al Pacino
83. Robert De Niro, for one
84. Paul Newman, e.g.
85. Irons or Woods, e.g.
86. One expecting a hand, perhaps
87. One may be a ham
88. Stage figure
89. With 44-Across, versatile Hollywood type, or a description of this puzzle's theme
90. Matinee idol, e.g.
91. One with a SAG card
92. One with many parts
93. Seagal or Segal
94. One with multiple personalities?
95. Oldman or Newman
96. Shakespearean performer
97. One who plays at work
98. Pretender on stage
99. Player at work
100. Practiced pretender
101. Guy in a cast
102. Man of many parts?
103. Repertory member
104. Charles Playhouse figure
105. 38-Down member
106. Moonlighting waiter's other job, often
107. One who takes parts
108. Penn or Pitt, e.g.
109. Tony winner, e.g.
110. Reel person?
111. Player on stage
112. One playing a part
113. One may be supporting
114. Audition hopeful
115. Matthew Fox or Peter Coyote
116. Stage __
117. Washington or Ford
118. Emmy contender
119. Pro on camera
120. Gere, for one
121. Kristen Bell or Kristen Stewart
122. One given the part
123. Thespian
124. Juilliard graduate
125. Play participant
126. One in a cast
127. Portrayer
128. He might be in a cast
129. Film performer
130. One on stage
131. One with a role
132. 102 Down recipient
133. 59 Across, for one
134. Performer in a play
135. Tony contender
136. Doesn't support a conspiracy theory?
137. Delays no longer
138. Where the word "Christian" is first used in the Bible
139. Insurance company employees
140. Pretends not to care
141. Stage presentations
142. Romeo and Juliet has five of them
143. Starts malfunctioning
144. Not perform as expected
145. Pulls the trigger, so to speak
146. Emulates Nicholson
147. Lion taming and tightrope walking, for two
148. Fills in for
149. Doesn't sit idly by
150. The "A" of SAG
151. Tyne Daly or Keira Knightley
152. Winters or Somers
153. Periodontists' org.
154. Storied firefighter Red
155. Org. for a periodontist
156. 'It's ('See you then!') --!'
157. Cardinals leader Ryan
158. Pink Floyd "Remember ___"
159. Somebody Bryan
160. It's in the Bible
161. The five of "Hamlet"
162. It's after John
163. Part of the New Testament
164. _____ God (tornados and such)
165. Does summer stock
166. Is in a cast
167. It has its place in the Bible
168. Chekhov specialties
169. Daniel Craig, e.g.
170. Role model?
171. Role seeker
172. Leading man, e.g.
173. Role-player
174. Newman or Oldman
175. Part owner?
176. Cattle call respondent
177. One who's directed
178. Reagan, at one time
179. Script memorizer
180. Lowe or Gere
181. Oldman or Freeman
182. 44-Across, for one
183. Doer
184. Show biz chap
185. ANTA member
186. Ham, for one
187. Mostel, for one
188. Stanislavsky trainee
189. Tony recipient
190. Boards man
191. Ham or bad
192. Character or ham
193. Equity member
194. Ham or Shakespearean
195. John Drew, e.g.
196. Paul Muni, e.g.
197. Olivier, for one
198. Man in a cast
199. One involved in 33 Across
200. John Wilkes Booth, e.g.
201. Group once directed by Lee Strasberg
202. Julius Caesar has five
203. The "A" in S.A.G.
204. Arthur or Monroe, e.g.
205. Taylor or Hayes, e.g.
206. Congressional matters
207. Macbeth quintet
208. Certain Juilliard grad
209. Man of parts
210. Performer
211. Cruise, for one
212. Role player
213. Broadway figure
214. Penn or Pitt
215. Woods or Irons
216. Tony nominee, maybe
217. 3-Down, e.g.
218. All the stage is his world
219. Oscar recipient
220. Method student, e.g.
221. Reagan, in Hollywood
222. Shakespearean performer, e.g.
223. Play boy?
224. Movie star
225. A making actual or really existent.
226. To make actual; to realize in action.
227. Actively.
228. In act or in fact; really; in truth; positively.
229. Someone who plays a character in a movie (5)
230. Company part
231. Oscar contender
232. Participant
233. Cast member
234. Stage presence
235. Part of a company
236. Irons or Woods
237. Lineman?
238. Person in an apron
239. Astin or Martin
240. Booth, e.g.
241. Gibson, e.g.
242. Ford or Hudson
243. South American cowboy (7)
244. Versatile Croat film star
245. Player
246. Member of Equity
247. John Wilkes Booth's calling
248. Candidate for Hollywood
249. Performer rejected corruption around ...
250. Walker of the boards
251. Impersonator
252. Performer in "no" drama
253. Yul Brynner, for instance
254. Paul Kelly, for instance
255. Roger Rico, for instance
256. Croat turned performer
257. "Cattle call" respondent
258. -
259. AFTRA joiner
260. AFTRA member
261. Apt anagram of CO-STAR - S
262. Bacon or Bologna
263. Baldwin or Guinness
264. Bale or Peck
265. Bale e.g.
266. Barrymore e.g.
267. Baryshnikov at times
268. Ben Johnson for one
269. Best ___
270. Bill Paxton or Bill Pullman
271. Biopic worker
272. Boards treader
273. Bob Hope or Jamie Farr
274. Bob Hope often
275. Booth e.g.
276. Booth.
277. Brad Pitt for one
278. Brando e.g.
279. Bridges or Lane e.g.
280. Broadway performer
281. Broadway worker
282. Burt or Hurt e.g.
283. Burton or Taylor e.g.
284. But he plays one on TV
285. Caan job?
286. Cage or Penn
287. Cage for one
288. Cast part
289. Cast party?
290. Casting need
291. Chadwick Boseman was one
292. Clooney or Pitt
293. Colin Firth e.g.
294. Colin Firth for one
295. Company man?
296. Company member?
297. Crawford or Lawford.
298. Cruise or Diesel
299. Cruise e.g.
300. Cruise for one
301. Cue user maybe
302. Curtain call honoree
303. Daniel Craig e.g.
304. David Pirner of Soul Asylum in "Reality Bites"
305. Directed person
306. Dissembler.
307. Doer of deeds
308. Donald Sutherland for one
309. Drew for one
310. Eddie Vedder in "Singles"
311. Either Affleck brother e.g.
312. Elmo Lincoln e.g.
313. Emmy contender maybe
314. Entertainer
315. Entertainer.
316. Equity member.
317. Exponent of an art.
318. Figure on a film set
319. Film star
320. Finney for one.
321. Fonda or Lunt e.g.
322. Ford or Washington
323. Ford Adams or Grant
324. Forrest or Woods e.g.
325. Gary Oldman or Paul Newman
326. Gibson or Paul for example
327. Gibson e.g.
328. Gordon Pinsent or Donald Sutherland e.g.
329. Great pretender
330. Great pretender?
331. Hal Holbrook or Howard Hesseman e.g.
332. Ham e.g.
333. Ham for one
334. Hanks or Irons
335. Hanks or Pitt e.g.
336. Harrison or Grant.
337. He cries on cue
338. He does lines
339. He gets credits
340. He may deliver an aside
341. He may have a coach
342. He may play a part
343. He might play the sticks
344. He plays his part
345. He's not himself often
346. He's on the take?
347. He's part-conscious
348. He's rarely himself
349. Henry Winkler for example
350. Hero or heavy.
351. His parts may be funny or sad
352. Holbrook for one.
353. Hollywood type
354. Hopkins or Hoskins
355. Hudson or Grant.
356. Ice-T notably
357. Irons or Woods e.g.
358. Irons for one
359. James Lipton interviewee
360. John Drew e.g.
361. John Gielgud <P>e.g.<P>
362. John Lithgow e.g.
363. John Lithgow for one
364. John Wilkes Booth was one
365. John Wilkes Booth e.g.
366. Johnny Depp e.g.
367. Jonah Hill or Jake Gyllenhaal
368. Jonah Hill for one
369. Julia Roberts e.g.
370. Kenneth Branagh e.g.
371. Kevin Costner in "Waterworld " for one
372. Kristen Bell or Kristen Stewart (5)
373. Lancaster e.g.
374. Lead e.g.
375. Lead perhaps
376. Leading man e.g.
377. Learner of lines
378. Line producer
379. Lowe or Gere e.g.
380. Made-up person?
381. Man of many parts
382. Man of parts.
383. Man with many parts
384. Many a Tony winner
385. Many a waiter around Hollywood
386. Marlon Brando <P>e.g.
387. Marquee name
388. Matinee idol
389. Matinee idol e.g.
390. Member of Equity.
391. Meryl Streep to the politically correct
392. Method man maybe
393. Method pupil
394. Method student e.g.
395. Moonlighting waiter's other job often
396. Mostel for one
397. Movie VIP
398. Multiple-personality type?
399. Newman or Oldman e.g.
400. Oldman or Newman e.g.
401. Olivier for one
402. Olivier.
403. One appearing in "Avengers: Infinity War"
404. One at an audition
405. One auditioning
406. One concerned with lines
407. One expecting a hand perhaps
408. One featured in a playbill
409. One for whom play means work
410. One for whom work is play?
411. One getting the credit?
412. One given direction
413. One given the part (5)
414. One hoping for a role
415. One in a cast?
416. One in a series
417. One in a series?
418. One in a trailer
419. One making a scene?
420. One may have a set routine
421. One may have only one big part
422. One paid to be others
423. One placed in a cast
424. One pleased with long lines
425. One pleased with long lines?
426. One taking a part
427. One taking cues
428. One treading the boards
429. One who does lines in public
430. One who does lines?
431. One who hardly ever is who he appears to be
432. One who needs direction
433. One who treads the boards
434. One who works at playing
435. One whose line is delivering lines
436. One with a part to play
437. One with a role to play
438. One with a stage coach
439. One with a stunt double perhaps
440. One with billing issues perhaps
441. One working on lines
442. Oscar hopeful
443. Oscar night luminary
444. Oscar nominee
445. Oscar to the best one
446. Outstanding Supporting ___
447. Part man
448. Part taker
449. Participant.
450. Parts collector?
451. Party to a part
452. Paul Muni e.g.
453. Paul Newman e.g.
454. Paul Newman for one
455. Peck e.g.
456. Penn or Pitt e.g.
457. Penn Smith or Pitt e.g.
458. Performer in a film
459. Performer.
460. Performing artist
461. Person cast in a movie
462. Person in a trailer in two senses
463. Person learning lines
464. Person making a scene?
465. Person of parts
466. Person who creates a scene
467. Person who may be made-up?
468. Person who may win a Tony award
469. Person with a line of credit?
470. Person with lines
471. Phoenix or Washington e.g.
472. Phoenix e.g.
473. Piazza or Parks.
474. Pitt or Depp e.g.
475. Play fellow
476. Play group member?
477. Playbill listing
478. Player in a cast
479. Player.
480. Plummer e.g.
481. Power for one
482. Pretender
483. Profession shared by thematic hiders in this puzzle
484. Reagan at one time
485. Reagan in Hollywood
486. Red Skelton for one
487. Rex or Harrison
488. Robert De Niro for one
489. Robert DeNiro for one
490. Robert DeNiro for one
491. Rocker wants to be one after video shoot
492. Role call answerer
493. Role call answerer?
494. Role filler
495. Role player?
496. Roles are his bread
497. Ronald Reagan once
498. SAG-AFTRA member
499. Scenery chewer occasionally
500. Scofield for one.
501. Sellers for instance
502. Set figure
503. Shakespeare was one.
504. Shakespeare at times
505. Shakespearean performer e.g.
506. She's just playing
507. She's just pretending
508. Sir Henry Irving e.g.
509. Sir John Gielgud notably
510. Soap part
511. Sock-and-buskin man.
512. Soliloquy speaker
513. Someone in the picture
514. Someone who might have a stage coach
515. Spencer Tracy for one
516. Stage ___
517. Stage coach user possibly
518. Stage coach?
519. Stage performer
520. Stage personality
521. Stock company member.
522. Stone e.g.
523. Straight man.
524. Theatrical performer
525. Thespian.
526. To whom "break a leg" is said
527. Tom Cruise or John Travolta
528. Tony nominee maybe
529. Tony winner Tony Shalhoub e.g.
530. Tony winner e.g.
531. Tragedian.
532. Treader of the boards
533. Treader of the boards.
534. Tree for one.
535. Troupe member
536. Trouper.
537. Van Dyke or Van Damme
538. Waiter often
539. Walk-on e.g.
540. Walken or Danson e.g.
541. Washington or Ford e.g.
542. Washington or Pitt
543. Washington Ford or Reagan
544. Word after "child" or "method"
545. Word after method or voice
546. Mummer
547. Edmund Gwenn is one
548. Holden or Wayne
549. Ham, e.g.
550. Cruise, e.g.
551. Either of 12-Across, e.g.
552. Washington or Ford, e.g.
553. John Gielgud <P>e.g.<P>
554. Boards walkers
555. The A in SAG
556. Kenneth Branagh e.g.
557. After John
558. Waiter often
559. After John
560. Robert DeNiro, for one
561. Behaves
562. Liv or Liz
563. Spencer Tracy, for one
564. Decrees
565. Ronald Reagan, once
566. Civil order?
567. Caster's selection
568. Express with motions
569. Follower of the Gospels
570. Fred
571. America's Got Talent segments
572. Colin Firth, for one
573. Book of apostolic deeds
574. Flick chick
575. Behave badly
576. Grace Kelly, while a commoner
577. Memorizers of lines
578. Play parts
579. New Testament book
580. Bible book after John
581. Romans preceder
582. Takes steps
583. Genuine
584. Source of the line "Thy money perish with thee"
585. ___ of the Apostles
586. Go on the fritz
587. Shticks
588. Impersonates
589. Doesn't just sit there
590. Follows, as advice
591. Don't ___ surprised
592. Doesn't delay
593. Fifth book of the New Testament
594. Orthodontists' org.
595. Eliot's '-- Bede'
596. Nabokov's longest novel
597. Hersey setting
598. City on the Seyhan
599. Does a thespian's turn
600. Does something
601. Makes a move
602. Circus lineup
603. Deeds
604. Gospels follower
605. Hunt and peck
606. Hamlet has five
607. Hamlet quintet
608. Book before Romans
609. Book that includes the reign of Tiberius
610. Exploits
611. 22 Across filler
612. Leading lady, e.g.
613. Carol
614. Hal Holbrook or Howard Hesseman, e.g.
615. Pantomime
616. Play girl?
617. Walken or Danson, e.g.
618. Hamlet fivesome
619. Plays.
620. Profession of Katharine Cornell.
621. Fifth book of New Testament.
622. Mummer in skirts.
623. Book of the Bible.
624. Kit Cornell.
625. Tragedienne.
626. One of Ezio Pinza's professions.
627. Walker of the boards.
628. What Sarah Churchill, Winston's daughter, is.
629. Nancy Kelly, for instance.
630. Performer in "no" drama.
631. Roger Rico, for instance.
632. Olivia de Havilland.
633. Martyn Green, for instance.
634. Tom Ewell, for instance.
635. Yul Brynner, for instance.
636. Mummer.
637. Start, bit players, walk-ons.
638. Marlon Brando.
639. Member of ANTA.
640. Thespians.
641. Candidate for Hollywood.
642. Character ___.
643. Member of a stock company.
644. Power.
645. Grant and Harrison.
646. Board walker.
647. Mature or Young.
648. Performers.
649. Lee Strasberg pupil.
650. Helen Hayes.
651. Behaves like.
652. Heavies, for example.
653. Heavies, juveniles, etc.
654. Ingenue.
655. Member of 59 Down.
656. Pantomime.
657. Finney, for one.
658. Appears to be.
659. Achievements.
660. Officiates.
661. Holbrook, for one.
662. Scofield, for one.
663. Tree, for one.
664. Members of ANTA.
665. Biblical book.
666. Sellers, for instance
667. 25-Down, for one
668. 6-Across, for one
669. 10-Down, e.g.
670. Lead, e.g.
671. Member of ANTA
672. Marlon Brando
673. Character ___
674. Power
675. Member of a stock company
676. Bit player
677. 48 , for example
678. Board walker
679. Mature or Young
680. Lee Strasberg pupil
681. Bad ___ (dangerous person)
682. Shakespeare was one
683. Juvenile, for example
684. Sock-and-buskin man
685. Stock company member
686. Dissembler
687. Straight man
688. Member of
689. Booth
690. Piazza or Parks
691. Finney, for one
692. Olivier
693. Tragedian
694. Exponent of an art
695. Drew, for one
696. Paul Muni, eg
697. John Drew, eg
698. Barrymore, eg
699. Fonda or Lunt, eg
700. One involved in
701. Morgan Freeman or Al Pacino, e.g.
702. Extra, for one