Screen Actors Guild Awards Winners

Summary

The SAG Awards ceremony -- the only televised awards ceremony in the industry that focuses only on performers -- was held at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center on Sunday, January 27th. No one movie or TV show ruled the day, though NBC's 30 Rock took home both Comedy Acting awards and Steven Spielberg's Lincoln earned honors for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor. Click through for the full results! Back to Article

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William H.

William Howell

You clearly didn't see flight

Jan 28 - 12:17 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

You clearly didn't see Django.

Jan 28 - 01:50 PM

William H.

William Howell

that is not the point of the award

Jan 28 - 12:18 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

No Django in the best supporting actor category? That is funny. Remind me to never start caring about the SAG awards.

Jan 28 - 01:49 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

You clearly didn't see Django.

Jan 28 - 01:50 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

Why is everyone nominating Alan Arkin? I have nothing against the dude, but his performance in Argo was NOT award worthy. You are telling me Alan Arkin deserved that spot over Leo or Christoph Waltz? Forgive my french, but that is some muthafuckin' bullshit!!!

Jan 28 - 01:52 PM

Jake Estes

Jake Estes

You are correct sir. It is a travesty that Dicaprio wasn't nominated. Arkin barely had 10 minutes of screen time in Argo!

Jan 28 - 07:18 PM

Olivia Iswara

Olivia Iswara

Totally agree on that! Alan Arkin's performance wasn't award worthy at all. Even John Goodman was a more worthy candidate from the same movie (although DiCaprio, Waltz and Jackson's performances in Django beats the hell out of it)

Jan 29 - 05:53 AM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

Her performance was the only reason I didn't entirely hate Les Mis.

Jan 28 - 01:53 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

over other actors who deserved it more than him...

Jan 28 - 01:53 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Come on now Gage, that's kind of Tommy Lee's Schtick. Tommy Lee Winning it big for the Fugitive over Dicaprio in Who's eating Gilbert Grape. Compared to that incident last night is no outrage at all.

Jan 28 - 06:00 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

"What's Eating Gilbert Grape", but I knew what you meant. "Who's eating Gilbert's Grape" is probably a porno.

Jan 31 - 08:28 PM

Olivia Iswara

Olivia Iswara

Tommy Lee was the more deserving out of the other nominees at sag. I might say differently if any of the Django supporting cast was nominated.

Jan 29 - 05:55 AM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

End of Watch was good, but 2012 was a strong field for films.

Jan 28 - 01:54 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

Seems like a joke to me!

Jan 28 - 01:54 PM

Connor Vallecillo

Connor Vallecillo

Tate Donovan (I spelled that wrong) was the voice of Hercules, Victor Garber was Mr. Andrews in Titanic and Jennifer Garner's boss on Allies (he also wed Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner), and Kyle Chandler was on the TV show Friday Night Lights which he won an Emmy for, he was the dad in Super 8, and he was in Zero Dark Thirty.

Jan 28 - 02:34 PM

General Wiz

Carlos Flores

Wow, Argo has momentum. I though it was done when Ben was snubbed for best director, but now...

Jan 28 - 02:42 PM

Trey M.

Trey Marksberry

One nomination that surprised me, yet I believe was deserved, was Javier Bardem for supporting actor. He was very good. I think Alan Arkin and Robert De Niro shouldn't be on there and both should be replaced by Leonardo Dicaprio and Christoph waltz.

Jan 28 - 02:52 PM

Jónas Haux

Jónas Haux

One actress won an Oscar for a five minutes performance.

Jan 28 - 03:44 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

I think the shortest performance that was ever nominated was Actress Playing Denzel Washington's Mom in American Gangster. it's literally between 45 and 90 seconds but Wow what a performance.

Jan 28 - 05:58 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

I think the shortest performance that was ever nominated was Actress Playing Denzel Washington's Mom in American Gangster. it's literally between 45 and 90 seconds but Wow what a performance.

Jan 28 - 05:58 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Come on now Gage, that's kind of Tommy Lee's Schtick. Tommy Lee Winning it big for the Fugitive over Dicaprio in Who's eating Gilbert Grape. Compared to that incident last night is no outrage at all.

Jan 28 - 06:00 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

"What's Eating Gilbert Grape", but I knew what you meant. "Who's eating Gilbert's Grape" is probably a porno.

Jan 31 - 08:28 PM

Trey M.

Trey Marksberry

It was good, but being good wasn't enough this year unluckily. As the guy above me said, it was a very strong year, so in order to be nominated it had to be great. But no doubt, Gyllenhaal and Pena should definitely be acknowledged for their performances!

Jan 28 - 06:36 PM

Guido Montini

Guido Montini

I love seeing Jennifer Lawrence winning, but although Argo is my "Picture of the year", i don't think it has a better cast than Lincoln or Silver Linings Playbook

Jan 28 - 07:00 PM

Olivia Iswara

Olivia Iswara

I agree. Though Lincoln is my picture of the year.

Jan 29 - 06:00 AM

Jake Estes

Jake Estes

You are correct sir. It is a travesty that Dicaprio wasn't nominated. Arkin barely had 10 minutes of screen time in Argo!

Jan 28 - 07:18 PM

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