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How to sign: a person who participates in or is skilled at some game
Similiar / Same: participant
Within this category: ballplayer, billiard player, bowler, card player, chess player, dart player, football player, golfer, grandmaster, hockey player, lacrosse player, most valuable player, pool player, scorer, seeded player, server, shooter, soccer player, stringer, tennis player, volleyball player
How to sign: a theatrical performer
Within this category: actress, Allen, Astaire, barnstormer, Barrymore, Barrymore, Barrymore, Bogart, Booth, Burbage, Burton, Cagney, character actor, Chevalier, comedian, Cooper, Coward, Crosby, Dean, Depardieu, De Niro, Drew, Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Fonda, Gable, Garrick, Gibson, Gielgud, Grant, Granville-Barker, Guinness, ham, Hanks, Harrison, heavy, Heming, Hoffman, Hopkins, Howard, ingenue, Jolson, Karloff, Kean, Keaton, Kelly, Laughton, leading man, Lee, Lemmon, Lloyd, Lorre, Lugosi, Lunt, Marshall, Martin, Mason, mime, Mitchum, Moore, Newman, O'Toole, Olivier, plant, Poitier, Redford, Richardson, Robinson, scene-stealer, Scott, screen actor, Sellers, Sinatra, Skinner, Stanislavsky, star, Stewart, Stroheim, supernumerary, Tracy, tragedian, Tree, understudy, upstager, Ustinov, walk-on, Wayne, Welles
How to sign: someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
Within this category: accompanist, accordionist, bandsman, bassist, bassoonist, bell ringer, carillonneur, cellist, clarinetist, flutist, guitarist, harmonizer, harpist, harpsichordist, hornist, jazz musician, keyboardist, koto player, lutist, oboist, organist, percussionist, pianist, piper, recorder player, rhythm and blues musician, rocker, saxophonist, singer, sitar player, soloist, trombonist, trumpeter, vibist, violinist, violist