Yes. In DDD an aggregate contains an aggregate root which is an entity, and one or more other objects which themselves may be both value objects and other entities (chapter 6 in Evans' blue book). How many entities as opposed to value objects your aggregates contain should depend entirely on the needs of your domain.
Your actors and CQRS aggregates do not need to map 1:1 to your domain aggregates. Instead consider what you need in terms of concurrency and where you want your transactional boundaries to be. A too granular actor system may suffer from large messaging overhead and be difficult to reason about, whereas one that is not granular enough may be too slow doing too many tasks sequentially or not be cohesive enough.
At the coarse end you can have actors that act as a service managing multiple aggregate roots, you can let each actor represent the aggregate root entity, and at the fine end, delegate responsibility in your aggregate to multiple actors.