key, star, top

The star performer of the game was Holly, who scored 26 points.

accomplished, consummate (formal), fine, gifted, good, great, high-class (BrE), impressive (esp. BrE), outstanding, skilled, solid, standout, stellar, talented, top-notch (esp. BrE), virtuoso, world-class (esp. BrE)
experienced, seasoned, veteran

She's a seasoned concert performer.

legendary, well-known
featured, guest
amateur, professional
circus, drag, jazz, musical, stage, street, television (esp. BrE), vaudeville

The president was a polished television performer.

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