An investigation has found actors who are best known for playing doctors may be less likely to have the same experience as other doctors, a new study has found.
In the study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a team of researchers looked at the careers of 10 actors from the medical field who had starred in films or television shows about doctors.
They found that, on average, the actors who were best known to play doctors had a higher percentage of medical degrees than the peers.
The researchers also found that the actors were more likely to take the time to educate themselves about medicine.
Dr. Jennifer Bielat, lead author of the study and associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, said the study showed that it is not just the actors themselves that are at risk.
“When they’re in a position of power, they can be more biased against doctors,” she said.
Bielat said she had hoped to find a study that showed actors who had been actors were less likely than peers to have similar medical experiences, but she said the researchers were surprised at the results.
What they found is that the more they have been an actor, the less likely they are to be physicians.
It’s not just actors, but also those in other professions that are affected, said Dr. Matthew E. Gee, an assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University and an author of a paper on the study.
He added that the findings may be particularly relevant to women.
It seems that there’s a gap in the profession, which is the most visible thing that a woman is doing.
In addition to the roles actors play in films, television shows and books, there are also roles that doctors play in.
One of the biggest challenges for a doctor is dealing with patients, said Gee.
Actors also need to work in a fast-paced industry.
The faster that a patient is treated, the more likely that they are likely to see another doctor.
If a doctor was not a doctor, they could not effectively treat that patient.
They also would be expected to have a much better understanding of how to help a patient, said Bielats study co-author Dr. Daniel G. Feschuk.
As a physician, Gee said it is important for an actor to know about the different health issues that they deal with, even if that is only a few days a year.
I’m just hoping that more people are doing their research, he said.
“When you’re in the spotlight, it’s all about the image,” he said, “and if you’re not comfortable being yourself and talking about the real things that you’re dealing with, then you’re going to be less successful.”