A spokesperson for British broadcaster ITV said Clooney would appear in a sketch, but would not act in a full Christmas episode.
I played Humphrey Bogart in a Casablanca sketch with my mother, and I played Flo Ziegfeld in a play.
Today we're asking, "If Romney is the Etch a sketch candidate, what toy would President Obama be?"
One can and should argue that playing a character like the one he invented is difficult, even in a five-minute sketch.
As for the artist, the great Turner canvases, his watercolors and his sketch books are never allowed to speak.
I have light enough through this window to sketch by, now and again.
My photo was needed by Mr. Furniss for the purpose of making a sketch.
I think that I could draw a sketch of the lady if you would favour me with a pencil.'
I wish to be at liberty to roam about and sketch or write what I please.
In Fig. 121 is given the sketch of a plough plane with the names of the various parts lettered thereon.
"rough drawing intended to serve as the basis for a finished picture," 1660s, from Dutch schets or Low German skizze, both apparently 17c. artists' borrowings from Italian schizzo "sketch, drawing," which is commonly said to be from Latin *schedius (OED compares schedia "raft," schedium "an extemporaneous poem"), from or related to Greek skhedios "temporary, extemporaneous, done or made off-hand," related to skhema "form, shape, appearance" (see scheme (n.)). But according to Barnhart Italian schizzo is a special use of schizzo "a splash, squirt," from schizzare "to splash or squirt," of uncertain origin.
Extended sense of "brief account" is from 1660s; meaning "short play or performance, usually comic" is from 1789. Sketch-book recorded from 1820. German Skizze, French esquisse, Spanish esquicio are likewise from Italian schizzo.