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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Cast article)

From Lostpedia

Cast members of Lost. This list includes actors portraying main and leading characters, as well as major recurring roles.

  1. Credited guest actors and actors for all other speaker parts (even if cut in editing) are categorized as Category:Guest stars
  2. Background actors (i.e. extras), stunt doubles, stand-ins, and actors for non-speaking roles (specifically mentioned by the script, but without lines) are categorized as Category:Background

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Marvel Database

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Actor

Actor (Earth-616)
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Real Name
Unknown
Current Alias

Aliases
Nikita Khrushchev, The Red Barbarian, Sir Reginald, Tony Stark (Numerous others whom he has impersonated)

Identity

Alignment

Affiliation
Agent of the the former USSR; Former partner of the Red Barbarian.

Universe

Base Of Operations
Mobile

Characteristics
Gender

Hair

Status
Citizenship

Occupation
Industrial Spy and Saboteur

Origin
Origin
Next to nothing is known of the past of the man known only as the Actor. He was first seen when he appeared before the communist general known as the Red Barbarian.

Creators

First appearance
Appearance of Death

Tales of Suspense #42
(June, 1963)
Tales of Suspense #42
(June, 1963)

Contents

History

Next to nothing was known of the past of the man known only as the Actor. The communist general known as the Red Barbarian had been unsuccessful in obtaining the plans for a disintegrator weapon under construction at Stark Industries. The Actor appeared, posing as Nikita Khrushchev, throwing the Barbarian off guard, but then revealed himself and offered his aid. The Actor further demonstrated his skill in disguise and impersonation, and the Barbarian sent him to replace Tony Stark himself, to gain the plans.

The Actor traveled to the Unites States, and, disguised as Stark, easily entered Stark Industries. There he succeeded in not only obtaining the plans, but in discovering the fact that Stark himself was Iron Man. The Actor decided to keep the identity a secret in case he ever needed an ace in the hole to redeem some blunder. The Actor returned to the USSR and left his agents to terminate the real Tony Stark, who had been sent away on a false meeting. Stark, as Iron Man, overcame the Actor's agents, and forced them to reveal their actions and plans.

Iron Man caught up with the Actor by using a rocket to arrive in the USSR minutes before him. Iron Man ambushed his car, and retook the plans for the Disintegrator. Iron Man then traveled to the Red Barbarian's base, posing as the Actor. Iron Man told the Barbarian that the briefcase was booby-trapped and couldn't be opened for another four hours, and then left, returning to the USA. The real Actor returned to the Red Barbarian, hoping his news of Iron Man's real identity would allow him to be forgiven for failing to gain the plans to the weapon. However, the Red Barbarian saw that the Actor didn't have the plans, and when the Actor said he nothing about the time locked brief case, the Red Barbarian refused to believe the Actor and had him shot as a traitor.

Powers and Abilities

Abilities

  • Impersonation: The Actor was a master of impersonation. He could adjust his own facial structure so that with a little make up and perhaps a wig, he could impersonate almost anyone. He could perform rapid changes, duplicating the appearance of others within a few minutes after seeing only a photograph of that person.
  • Espionage: The Actor was also skilled in espionage, and had some degree of training in armed and unarmed combat. He sometimes worked with other communist spies or soldiers.

    Strength level

The Actor possessed the normal human strength level for a man his age, height, and build who engaged in moderate regular exercise

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

This article is about actors in the Star Trek universe. For actors and actresses who appeared in, or gave voice to, roles in a Star Trek fan productions, see the Actors category.

An actor is a person who performs in a dramatic productions and worked in film, television, theatre, or radio in that capacity.

Jane Whitechapel was an actor and worked in West End, London. In mid-2374, she was part of popular production that took up most of her time. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "No Rest for the Wicked")

External link

Actor article at Memory Alpha, the canon Star Trek wiki.


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Starwars

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An actor was one who acted in a performance, including holodramas and plays. One such play was called Jedi!, in which actor Palleus Chuff portrayed the famous Jedi Master Yoda. Both Tetran Cowell and Garik Loran were famous actors during the Imperial Period. Luke Skywalker once pretended to be an actor impersonating himself while undercover on Corellia.

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