(plural: ‘comedians‘; pronunciation: the letter ‘c’ in this word is pronounced with a ‘k’ sound; female: a woman comedian is spelled “comedienne“, but the pronunciation is almost the same as ‘comedian’ — ‘comedienne‘ — for the pronunciation of ‘comedian’, please click here & for the pronunciation of ‘comedienne’, please click here)
a person who makes others laugh with his/her jokes or actions;
an actor (a professional) in a play (drama), story, film, TV show, etc. who tells or does funny or silly things that make the audience laugh;
a writer who writes stories full of jokes and funny incidents and characters (comedy stories and comedy characters) which make readers laugh a lot;
a foolish person who is not taken seriously by other people;
The true comedian is the one who makes other laugh even when he cries.
RIP Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin was one of the greatest English comedians.
Every story, play and film has one or more comedians that keep the readers/audience in a light spirit.