If by ‘actor’ you mean ‘director’

Hal Ashby directed great movies, including “Being There,” “Shampoo,” and “Harold and Maude.” He passed away in 1988, so perhaps the younger generation is unfamiliar with his work. Maybe that’s why the writer for Yahoo! Movies referred to him as an actor — and not just any actor, but “one of the leading actors” of the ’70s:

If by “actor” the writer meant “one who does something, like, oh, say, maybe directs,” then that’s a somewhat accurate description.

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