When I was little, being an actor is a attractive career for me: you could shrink your experience quantum by acting as others in the play. Also, it's your job to be pretty and health for audiences, generally, more beautiful you are, more popular you are. I really envy that.
However, when I grew older, a question occurred about this prefer job in my mind: why good actors still couldn't live happily though their characters in the film have wisdom and smart. Moreover, as a teenager, you could be taught to grow up as a girl with confidence and responsibility by a great female character in a television series, but the actress herself may live a life totally opposite of her character's.
Why could the audiences watching the show be influenced more than the actors playing the show?
I think the answer may be that the show is not the same for the two. The films, television series are made ready for audiences, they are a masterpiece in continuos videos. But for the actors, they act in discrete way for each sense, though their emotions and facial expressions are true in that moment, it's more powerful for audiences who watching it as a continuous trajectory.
So I am rational to admire the work of the actors and the actors themselves.