Mahershala Ali can make SAG history with another Best Supporting Actor win

Mahershala Ali can make SAG history with another Best Supporting Actor win
In January, Frances McDormand entered the Screen Actors Guild Awards record books when she became the first person to win Best Actress more than once, adding a statuette for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” to go with her one for “Fargo” (1996). That left Best Supporting Actor as the only one of the four individual acting categories without a repeat champ — Daniel Day-Lewis has won Best Actor three times and Kate Winslet has won Best Supporting Actress twice, if you’re wondering — but it might finally see a familiar face at the podium this season.

Mahershala Ali has risen to first place in our combined SAG odds, as “Green Book” racks up Audience Award after Audience Award. A second victory would come just two years after his first, for “Moonlight” (2016), and would also make him the first person with a 2-for-2 record in the category.

Ali’s first SAG was an
See full article at Gold Derby »

Similar News


Recently Viewed