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Screen Actors Guild awards winners in full

Last night over in Hollywood, the 2017 Screen Actors Guild awards were dished out. The awards were fairly spread out – Denzel Washington picked up the Male Actor award for Fences, while Emma Stone was awarded the Female Actor gong for La La Land. Mahershala Ali won Supporting Actor for Moonlight, while Viola Davis won Supporting Female Actor for Fences.

The Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture went to the cast of true story Hidden Figures, while Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series went to Netflix’s Stranger Things.

John Lithgow and Claire Foy picked up the two main awards in the drama TV lead categories for The Crown, while William H. Macy and Julia Louis-Dreyfus won in the comedy categories for Shameless and Veep. Bryan Cranston and Sarah Paulson bagged Best Lead Actors in a Limited Series for All The Way and American Crime Story
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SAG Awards 2017: Who Won the TV Awards?

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Were there any surprises at this year's SAG Awards?

Check out all of the winners in the TV categories, below, and tell us if you're surprised by those chosen to take home a statue.

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

Stranger Things (Netflix)

Millie Bobby Brown / Eleven

Cara Buono / Karen Wheeler

Joe Chrest / Ted Wheeler

Natalia Dyer / Nancy Wheeler

David Harbour / Jim Hopper

Charlie Heaton / Jonathan Byers

Joe Keery / Steve Harrington

Gaten Matarazzo / Dustin Henderson

Caleb McLaughlin / Lucas Sinclair

Matthew Modine / Dr. Martin Brenner

Rob Morgan / Officer Powell

John Paul Reynolds / Officer Callahan

Winona Ryder / Joyce Byers

Noah Schnapp / Will Byers

Mark Steger / The Monster

Finn Wolfhard / Mike Wheeler

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

Claire Foy / Queen Elizabeth II – “The Crown” (Netflix)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

John Lithgow / Winston Churchill – “The Crown” (Netflix)

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SAG Awards: ‘Skyfall’, ‘Game Of Thrones’ Win Best Film, TV Stunt Ensemble

Stunt teams from Skyfall and Game of Thrones have won this year’s SAG Award for Outstanding Action Performances by Film and Television Stunt Ensembles. SAG Awards Committee Chair JoBeth Williams and committee member Scott Bakula announced the award from the red carpet at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards and were webcast on tntdrama.com, tbs.com and People.com which will be streaming until 5 Pm Pt / 8 Pm Et. The Stunt Ensemble Honors recognize recognize stunt performers and coordinators. Nominees were chosen by their film and television nominating committees and were announced December 12, 2012. The recipients are: Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture Skyfall (Columbia Pictures) Hussain Abdullah Arsha Aghdasi Mahsa Ahmadi Gillian Aldam Lucy Allen Scott Armstrong Gary Arthurs Amir Badri Lee Bagley Cody Banta Carly Barnes Lloyd Bass Nikki Berwick Mustafa Beyter Dani Biernat Nellie Burroughes Michael Byrch Annabel Canaven Justo Usin Carrera
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Final ‘Harry Potter’ Movie And HBO’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ Win SAG Stunt Awards

Los Angeles (Jan. 29, 2012) – The stunt performers and coordinators from “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” and “Game of Thrones” are recipients of this year’s Screen Actors Guild Honors for Outstanding Action Performances by Film and Television Stunt Ensembles, it was announced today from the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet by Screen Actors Guild Awards Committee Chair JoBeth Williams and Awards Committee Member Scott Bakula. Screen Actors Guild’s Stunt Ensemble Honors commend work within the stunt community during 2011 and recognize stunt performers and coordinators. Nominees that were chosen by their respective SAG Awards film and television nominating committees — each consisting of 2,100 SAG members from around the country, randomly selected anew each year — were announced on Dec. 14, 2011. Balloting procedures to choose the final recipients were sent to the nearly 100,000 eligible voting members of Screen Actors Guild on Dec. 30. Voting closed on Friday, Jan. 27 at noon Pt.
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