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Posted 3 years ago
I don't believe she "acted" in the movie, or did she?
The term "actor" covers everyone whose image or voice appears in a
recognised title. This would include documentary subjects, hosts,
narrators, athletes, or other people not "acting" in the traditional
 They must have received an on-screen credit (i.e. no uncredited performances).
 They must have been credited in the cast
section of the end titles (i.e. no 'background voices' or adr work).
Additional Voice credits are permitted for animated titles or videogames
as long as they are listed within, or immediately after, the main cast
 Adr/looping/background voices must be submitted as Miscellaneous (Other) Crew credits.
When in doubt, send it as a Miscellaneous (Other) Crew credit. Announcer credits for non-fiction titles (game shows, sporting events etc) should be submitted as Miscellaneous (Other) Crew unless they are credited in the cast section of the end titles. If the person is playing the character "Announcer" they should always be listed in cast. Their work must be featured in either the original language version of the film or (for animated titles and videogames) on the USA English-language release (i.e. no dubbing credits).
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