Watched movies by actor

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When you are on a particular actor / actress page, is it possible so see which movies you have seen with him / her ?
I can't seem to find it immediately so I think it's not possible (yet ?).
Regards from Belgium.
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But it seems not to be a good idea if I read quickly through it ?
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My 2 cents: if a feature of watched movies is implemented, then what you request here should be available through the same process.
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This feature already exists.  Please look on the right hand side of any /name/ page on the IMDb desktop site; towards the bottom you will see a box labelled "How Much Have You Seen?" where you can click on the link to see the data. 

For example, on https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0428065/ the link leads to https://www.imdb.com/seen/nm0428065/ and then you can further customise this to, say, movies only as an actress @ https://www.imdb.com/seen/nm0428065-actress-movie/ 
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Thanks for your answer, I never saw that "How Much Have You Seen" link, thanks for this.
But it looks like it's not working :p 
I have seen "Rogue One" with her, but when I click on the "What Have You Seen" link" it says I have seen 0% of her work... see image here below
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Hi, Smirnof103. Well, which rating did you assign to Rogue One?
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Hi again, Smirnof103
Whenever you share a personal opinion, it's for you to decide how much to be specific. But when you need a helpful advice from others, please be as much informative as you can - it is for your benefit.

It is very good to have a describing screenshot from an asking person, but not good to see it close to unreadable. The Paperclip and Rack settings may be enough for your every-day use, but they produce thumbnail quality that is hard to interpret for other people.

Anyway, there are two recognizable details on the screenshot: zero in 'seen', and the green checkmark. The latter means that movie is in your watchlist - you have marked it to watch in future. It seems you've never rated (1-10) that movie.

If you have reasons for non-rating a movie that you have seen, there is an additional option to mark it as "seen". The whole process is discribed in the very first link I provided for you when this topic started.

If respecting people whom you ask for a help, it would be great for you to be more attentive (may be not so quick) when reading all the above, plus the topic linked.
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@Jeorj Euler : no rating, but my question was about movies I have seen where a particular artist features in. Not from a rated movie. So I have to rate the movie ?
@MAthePA: If you click on the image, isn't it big enough ? Teh green checkmark, that's for adding a movie to your WATCHlist, so I presume that's the list of movies I have watch... or did I really understood this incorrectly ? :p The thing you describes should be called a "wishlist" or a "to watchlist"...
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Hm, now the screenshot appear to be clickable and it is really of good quality. So, as we both see, it is good for all of us to be attentive. I was not extra-attentive to try one more click after it did not work from the first time. You are not attentive to read and take into account the rest of things.

Your personal knowledge of English helps you to create as many definitions for the list as you wish, but it is totally explained above and in the extra-link what the "watchlist" really means on IMDb as creators intended it to serve users needs.

PS: and for your further attention:
This topic is marked as "Answered" at the same day when you started it. The mark means that here your really have the right answer for your question, no matter was it mine or others. You have the answer and the way to solve your needs, further it's up to you to hear and understand or not even try to. Good luck.
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