Mahershala Ali just did something that’s never been done before at the SAG Awards

Mahershala Ali just did something that’s never been done before at the SAG Awards
Mahershala Ali has entered the Screen Actors Guild Awards record books. With his supporting actor victory for “Green Book” on Sunday, he is the first person to win the category twice.

Ali, of course, snagged his first SAG Award two years ago for “Moonlight” en route to the Best Supporting Actor Oscar, and also nabbed an ensemble win for “Hidden Figures” that night as well. Before Sunday, supporting actor was the last of the four individual acting category not to have a repeat winner.

See What do the Screen Actors Guild Awards wins (and losses) mean for the Academy Awards?

Last year, Frances McDormand got a bookend lead actress statuette for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” to go with her first win for “Fargo” (1996). While she ultimately won the Best Actress Oscar for “The Reader” (2008), Kate Winslet has two supporting SAG Awards for that and “Sense and Sensibility” (1995). And Daniel Day-Lewis
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