SAG Awards Honor Modern Family, Julianna Marguiles and More

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The Screen Actors Guild Honored the best in movies and television this evening, with the major winners in the latter category including:

  • Male Actor Drama Series: Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire
  • Female Actor Drama Series: Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
  • Outstanding Ensemble Drama Series: Boardwalk Empire
  • Outstanding Ensemble Comedy Series: Modern Family
  • Male Actor Comedy Series: Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
  • Female Actor Comedy Series: Betty White, Hot in Cleveland
SAG Winner

Said White on stage, following her surprising victory: "I must say this is the biggest surprise I've ever had in this business. There wasn't a prayer. I am so lucky."

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Michael C Hall should have won award. He's a totally awesome actor.
And Dexter is a fantastic show. So many shows are on geared toward the teens and younger 20 set. Gossip Girls? Wives of NY? That stuff and reality shows are garbage,

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I am so happy to hear about Betty White winning, she just gets better and better. Watched her on the special Hallmart Movie last night..heck, can't remember the title but think it was 'A Valentine Lost', or something like that. It starred Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt. They did a wonderful job and I was crying so hard at the end. Reminded me of how afraid I was that my boyfriend wouldn't return home from Viet Nam, I was lucky, he came home safely, so many others didn't. Also congrats go out to Alec too.