Almost all actors have to work in an ordinary job alongside acting throughout their lives, as they need to pay their rent, bills, general expenses, etc. It's rare for any actor to get more then ten days' paid acting work a year, and most of that's in small roles in small productions, with very little pay.
Even the few actors who make a lot of money and are very well known have to keep auditioning, get their taxes done, taking masterclasses, learning lines, learning new skills, etc.
And most actors have families and friends, like everyone else.
Acting is just their job - they also have private lives.
They cook, they do housework, they mend things, they have other interests and hobbies. They go to the gym, they go on vacations, they visit new places, play with their kids, go shopping and so on.