verb (used without object), co·starred, co·star·ring.
verb (used with object), co·starred, co·star·ring.
Origin of costar
Examples from the Web for co-star
Contemporary Examples of co-star
She said that her co-star, Alfre Woodard, talked to her about it a cocktail party that night.It’s Time to Stop Hating Katherine Heigl
November 17, 2014
He talks about the first sexual encounters he had with a man, a co-star from when he was starring in Rent on Broadway.Choose Your Own Neil Patrick Harris: The Star on ‘Doogie,’ ‘Gone Girl,’ Gay Sex and More
October 10, 2014
Both Sheldon Leonard, who created the show, and Robert Culp, who was his co-star, were socially conscious.A Full-Length Bill Cosby Portrait: From Track Star to Ugly Sweaters
September 24, 2014
The story of how it was orchestrated—by co-star Julianna Margulies, no less—has been endearingly documented.Josh Charles on Life After ‘The Good Wife’ and His Insane Movie ‘Bird People’
September 13, 2014
So, Streep rewrote much of her dialogue, which led to tension with her co-star, Hoffman, who felt she was trying to upstage him.Co-Stars Who Hated Each Other: Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams in 'The Notebook' and More
July 4, 2014