Here’s The Screen Actor’s Guild Award Winners!

January 28th, 2008 // 2 Comments

The Cohen Brother’s cowboy chase movie “No Country For Old Men” won best cast in a motion picture last night at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards. They were presented with the award by Tom Cruise. The awards were held last night at the Shrine Auditorium in LA, without any picketing from the currently striking Writer’s Guild. The WGA had signed a waiver for them. Other winners included the cast of “The Sopranos” for outstanding ensemble in a drama series, with both James Gandolfini and Edie Falco winning for Best Actor/Actress in a drama series. No one wants to let that show go, huh? Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin picked up awards for acting in a comedy series. Tina cracked everyone up by remarking that “I want to thank anyone in the Screen Actors Guild for considering me an actor at all.” And for the movies, Javier Bardem won best supporting for his psycho dutchboy haircut role in “No Country For Old Men” and Ruby Dee won for “American Gangster”. The lead actress trophy went to Julie Christie for her role as a woman with Alzheimer’s Disease in “Away From Her”. And Daniel Day-Lewis won lead actor for playing the intense oil baron in “There Will Be Blood”. Day-Lewis movingly dedicated his trophy to Heath Ledger, who died last week. And thanks go to the Writer’s Guild for letting the awards happen, because I know I wasn’t the only one jonesin’ for awkward acceptance speeches and hideous gownage.

Photos: Getty Images

18 more photos from the Screen Actors Guild Awards featuring Tom Cruise, Daniel Day Lewis, Steve Carrell, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Julie Christie, Kate Hudson, Matthew McConaughey, Javier Bardem, Debra Messing, Edie Falco, Tina Fey, Ruby Dee, Viggo Mortinsen and James Gandolfini are after the jump.

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Photos: Getty Images

By J. Harvey


  2. Granger

    So why was Kate Hudson there again? Oh yes, because she’s SUCH an amazing actress who has contributed greatly to the art with her many varied and Oscar-worthy roles. Nothing to do with the fact that she’s Goldie Hawn’s daughter and a tiny, cute blonde, to boot.

    God, I hate Hollywood.

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