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> By the way, has anybody recognized that acting is your
> quitessential example of imitation. Actors simply
> mimic other people. The coming of method-acting
> increased accuracy of imitation even further.
In most cases acting is not about copying other people it is about
playing situations with your own style. A good actor is like a good
artist not a good copier but a good individualist.
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