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But he was captivated by acting after he tried out for a school play.
The audience in this work is captivated, but the laugh track does all the laughing.
Adventure gamers and mystery novel fans will be captivated by this excellent adaptation of Agatha Christie's classic novel," stated President & CEO Richard Wah Kan.
The Champions Tour gives him a chance to keep his competitive juices flowing - and make some good money - but he gave the impression in a telephone interview last week that senior tennis hasn't captivated him so far.
She captivated us when she sang our country's national anthem, and now she's going to captivate us in a different way.
A third of the way in, you find yourself captivated by Hunt, liking him, even admiring him.
In 1995 Lee captivated audiences with his lively adaptation of Jane Austen's "Sense and Sensibility," starring Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman and Hugh Grant.
As captivated corporate professionals make their way to the office, they can now voice their opinion of Dennis Miller's performance as commentator on Monday Night Football.