The 29th Screen Actors Guild Awards were held on Sunday, steaming on Netflix’s YouTube channel, as well as on Twitter and Facebook.
The film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” walked away as the big winner of the evening – breaking records to become the biggest film winner in the history of the SAGs by sweeping nearly every category. Brendan Fraser earned best actor honors for his work in “The Whale,” while ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ co-stars Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan won for Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor in a Movie, respectively.
In the television categories, the sitcom “Abbott Elementary” won the best TV comedy ensemble statue, while “The White Lotus” took home the best TV drama ensemble honor. Ozark’s Jason Bateman won for Best Actor in a Drama Series, and Jennifer Coolidge won Best Actress in a Drama Series for The White Lotus. Jean Smart earned the trophy for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for Hacks and Jeremy Allen White earned the honor for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for The Bear. Jessica Chastain won the statuette for Best Actress in a TV Movie or Limited Series for George & Tammy and Sam Elliott was named Best Actor in a TV Movie or Limited Series for 1883.
Andrew Garfield presented the ‘SAG Life Achievement Award’ to his ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ co-star Sally Field. Field earned nine SAG nominations throughout her career and won one for outstanding performance in a drama series in 2009 for “Brothers & Sisters.”
For the full list of winners, head to www.sagawards.org.
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