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Definition of "off-screen" []

  • In the real lives of film or television actors, in contrast with the lives of the characters they play (adverb)
  • Occurring in the real lives of film or television actors, in contrast with the lives of the characters they play (adjective)

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Use "off-screen" in a sentence
  • "“This is where I set up my tripod stand and put my camera in it, aiming at Ashlynn,” off-screen, real-life Nick said."
  • "The studios connected him to June Haver and Ann Blyth, but his long, well-publicized relationship with the actress Shelley Winters was quite genuine—as were their engagement and off-screen tiffs."
  • "Online as he went to bat for her off-screen persona."
  • "“This is where I set up my tripod stand and put my camera in it, aiming at Ashlynn,” off-screen, real-life Nick said."