1. Talk Show Host
Talk Show Host
A talk show host is the main presenter and central element of a talk show, and provides the audience with a stable, identifiable figure they can relate to.
A comedian specializes in making people laugh.
3. Tightrope Walker
A tightrope walker specializes in the art of walking or performing acrobatic feats on a suspended rope or wire, often referred to as a tightrope or high wire.
A juggler manipulates objects, typically balls, clubs, rings, or other props, in a visually captivating and coordinated manner.
A filmmaker is involved in the creation of films, a collective term encompassing directors, producers, screenwriters, cinematographers, editors, and other key contributors.
A choreographer creates and designs dance movements, sequences, and routines for performances.
A ventriloquist has the ability to make it appear as though an inanimate object or puppet is speaking.
An actor is a professional performer who portrays a character in a film, television show, play, or other form of entertainment.
A clown uses humor and physical comedy to entertain audiences.
An acrobat specializes in executing a variety of intricate and awe-inspiring physical feats and movements.
11. Piano Accompanist
A piano accompanist specializes in providing musical accompaniment on the piano for other instrumentalists, singers, or ensembles.
12. Circus Performer
Circus performers entertain audiences by showcasing their skills in various acts and performances in a circus.
13. Casting Director
A casting director is responsible for selecting actors, performers, and sometimes crew members for various roles in movies, television shows, theater productions, commercials, and other performing arts projects.
14. Session Musician
A session musician is a professional musician who is hired to perform on recordings, live performances, or other musical projects on a temporary or "session" basis.