2. Movie star
3. College composition teacher
4. B, I guess. As far as "real world" jobs, it's probably about as close as I'll get to total job satisfaction. I like teaching, I love the autonomy and the fact that at this point, I really only work a few days a week. I like teaching at this level, because I don't have to baby my students.
It's not enough to be truly fulfiling on its own, though. It's still my day job. I am beginning to think I will always have a "day job" and "the job I really wish I could do."
5. Actor/musician/voiceover artist. I have experience in all three fields, though not at the level to make anything happen.
6. Not sure how to break through to the next level. If I felt like doing everything I possibly could, working 24/7 to make it happen would get me where I want to be, I'd have no problem doing it. But these are all fields that EVERYONE wants to be in, and you can work your butt off and land jobs that still won't pay you. Often, you're almost paying them for the "experience" and privilege of doing it. I also suffer from a lack of confidence at times.