Many of the winners at Saturday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards seemed very familiar. That’s probably because most of them won a Golden Globe just one week earlier.
For starters, Jeff Bridges won the Screen Actors Guild award for best actor for his role as an aging musician in Crazy Heart while Sandra Bullock won the SAG award for best actress for her portrayal of the real-life adoptive mother of a young man who goes on to become an NFL player in The Blind Side. And you guessed it, they both won the best actor and actress honors at the Golden Globes for just a week earlier.
In the best supporting actor and actress categories, Christopher Waltz repeated his Golden Globe win with a SAG for his role as a Nazi in Inglourious Basterds. While Mo’Nique’s portrayal of an abusive mother in Precious earned her a SAG and Golden Globe as well.
The Globe for best actor in a TV drama went to Michael C Hall of Dexter as did the SAG in the same category. Julianna Margulies won best actress in a drama honors at both awards ceremonies for her hit series The Good Wife as well.
Kevin Bacon won both a SAG and Golden Globe for best actor in a TV movie or miniseries for the HBO drama Taking Chance while Drew Barrymore won for best actress in TV movie or miniseries for Grey Gardens.
Alec Baldwin of 30 Rock was also a double winner for best actor in a comedy series.
And finally, Glee and Mad Men also received a SAG and a Golden Globe for best comedy series/cast and best drama/cast respectively.
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