Definition of enactor in English:



See enact

  • ‘Soldani replaced Bernini's heavily draped, reclining female figure with the beautiful nude body of the lifeless Christ and added the angels who tenderly cradle him, as enactors of feeling.’
  • ‘The two unlikely and show-stealing turns come in Kris Kristofferson's haunted enactor of justice, and Keira Knightley's burned out piece of emotionally orphaned wreckage.’
  • ‘He appeared in a 1930 production of Shakespeare's Othello, eventually being recognized as the definitive enactor of the tragic Moor.’