How to refer to current active actor in a textbox?

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I know that \N[] and \P[] return you the actor name in the number and party order, but how could we refer to the currently active actor?
Like for example, if Reid casts a fireball in battle, I want him to say a quote "I am casting Fire" with the text box displaying Reid's name. Then, if Casey casts fireball, I want her to say a quote "Let me warm things up" with the text box displaying Casey's name.
I am thinking that to make a quote for a skill we will have to call a common event, but I don't know how to distinguish which actor is calling the comment event (the caster of fireball in my example).
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