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nirao01
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11:53:47 AM May 21st 2014
edited by 121.54.44.94
Just want to confirm. Even those who weren't classically trained for theater but has done a Shakesparian work on the screen qualify here, right? The examples I added are those who I found in the The Other Wiki's list.

KevinKlawitter
12:25:35 PM Jul 2nd 2014
I was wondering something similar. I'm not sure simply appearing in a Shakespeare-based work should automatically qualify one to be considered a "Shakespearean Actor". If that were the case, Jamie Kennedy would be one.

I would recommend the definition be refined to include classical training and/or stage experience (if the latter is applicable).
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