co-star co-star

Definition(s):

  1. (n) one of two actors who are given equal status as stars in a play or film
  2. (v) feature as the co-star in a performance
  3. (v) be the co-star in a performance

News

  1. Anna Paquin’s 9-Month Old Twins: Names Continue Flower Tradition

    Anna Paquin and “True Blood” co-star/husband Stephen Moyer have worked hard to shield their infant twins from the media glare, and that includes not releasing their names to the public for the first nine months of their lives. At the …
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WebProNews

  2. Drake Bell: Amanda Bynes is 'healthy'

    Just when folks were ready to write Amanda Bynes off as more than a little looney, a former co-star and a record label exec have come to her rescue. In an interview with OK! magazine, Bynes' friend and "Amanda Show" cast mate Drake Bell responded to the criticism swirling around the 27-year-old actress he refers to […]
    on June 12, 2013     Source: CNN

  3. New Co-Star for Cryer?

    Broadway celebrated its best on Sunday as the 67th Annual Tony Awards were hosted in New York's Radio City Music Hall. Among those in attendance was Two and a Half Men actor Jon Cryer, who addressed rumors of the show potentially adding a female co-star.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Fox News

Quotes

  1. "No, I did not call (co-star) TR (Knight) a faggot," Washington said. "Never happened, never happened."
    on Jan 16, 2007 By: Isaiah Washington Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "If it was the right thing, yeah," Jessica said. "I would love to co-star with Justin. I just don't know what the right thing is, though."
    on May 24, 2009 By: Jessica Biel Source: China Daily

  3. "Every co-star I ever work with I'm either having an affair with him, I'm about to get married with him, or having a baby or we absolutely cannot stand each other," Witherspoon, 32, said of gossip reports.
    on Nov 25, 2008 By: Reese Witherspoon Source: AFP

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