scene-stealer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n scene-stealer an actor who draws more attention than other actors in the same scene "babies are natural scene-stealers"
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Usage


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These are the scene-stealers and show-makers who - while they might not have top billing just yet - keep you coming back to your favorite series week after week.
A surprising scene- stealer at the biennale is the huge model of the Great Wall Commune .
It's not just human stars who have to worry about scene stealers in Hollywood.
Descendants' Scene-Stealer Nick Krause is Latino + George Clooney's Latino Name.
Why We Love The New Normal's Scene Stealer NeNe Leakes.
'Scene- stealer ' John Goodman is all over this fall.
'Game of Thrones' Returns With New Enemies, Old Psychopaths, and One Scene- Stealer .
'Hangover' scene- stealer makes town's most-wanted list.
Descendants' Scene- Stealer Nick Krause is Latino + George Clooney's Latino Name.
The Harvard Crimson, The Social Network's Surprise Scene- Stealer .
Join Central Standard Friday as our movie critics Russ Simmons of KKFI and Fox 4 News, Loey Lockerby of the Kansas City Star, and Eric Melin of Lawrence.com and Scene-Stealers.com discuss the portrayal of alcohol addiction in cinema.
Scene stealers at the Paramount Summer Classic Film Series.
'Scene-stealer' John Goodman is all over this fall.
Fields said, "never act with kids or dogs" because they're scene stealers.
The real scene-stealer at Monday night's outdoor movie in Bryant Park turned out to be Glenn Beck, who told his conservative radio audience Tuesday that angry picnickers harassed his family.
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