I'll try to keep it simple...
No. What you do and what you have done -- and what you are doing now -- do not identify you. You are not what you do and you are not what you have done.
A simple question to explain this is:
Changing your clothes -- is something I assume that you do.
1. 'Who' were you and what were you -- before you changed your clothes?
2. 'Who' are you and what are you -- with the clothes that you now have on? (Assuming you have clothes on).
3. Now... take your clothes off and get naked... and now that you are naked, ask yourself 'if' who you are and what you are -- is the same -- as who you were and what you were -- before you got naked?
4. Now... get dressed again -- but, get dressed in different clothes than the one's you took off. And, ask yourself -- "is who and what I am now, with these clothes on -- the same as 'who and what' I was when I was naked? And, ask...
5. Is 'who I am' and 'what I am' the same -- or different -- in these clothes that I now have on -- or am I someone else, and something else, because I changed clothes?
You need to answer those questions to prepare yourself for the final question -- which is the 'defining' question that will answer your original question:
The question is: "who were you -- and what were you" -- WHILE -- you were changing clothes? Is 'who you are -- and what you are' while you were changing your clothes -- different -- than who and what you are now that you're no longer changing clothes?