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14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

(winners will be highlighted in blue)

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Theatrical Motion Pictures

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

George Clooney

Michael Clayton in "Michael Clayton"

(Warner Bros. Pictures)

Daniel Day-Lewis

Daniel Plainview in "There Will Be Blood"

(Paramount Vantage)

Ryan Gosling

Lars Lindstrom in "Lars And The Real Girl"

(Sidney Kimmel Entertainment)

Emile Hirsch

Christopher McCandless in "Into the Wild"

(Paramount Vantage)

Viggo Mortensen

Nikolai in "Eastern Promises"

(Focus Features)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Cate Blanchett

Queen Elizabeth I in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"

(Universal Pictures)

Julie Christie

Fiona in "Away From Her"

(Lionsgate)

Marion Cotillard

Edith Piaf in "La Vie en rose"

(Picturehouse)

Angelina Jolie

Mariane Pearl in "A Mighty Heart"

(Paramount Vantage)

Ellen Page

Juno MacGuff in "Juno"

(Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

Casey Affleck

Robert Ford in "The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford"

(Warner Bros. Pictures)

Javier Bardem

Anton Chigurh in "No Country for Old Men"

(Miramax Films)

Hal Holbrook

Ron Franz in "Into the Wild"

(Paramount Vantage)

Tommy Lee Jones

Ed Tom Bell in "No Country for Old Men"

(Miramax Films)

Tom Wilkinson

Arthur Edens in "Michael Clayton"

(Warner Bros. Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

Cate Blanchett

Jude in "I'm Not There"

(The Weinstein Company)

Ruby Dee

Mama Lucas in "American Gangster"

(Universal Pictures)

Catherine Keener

Jan Burres in "Into the Wild"

(Paramount Vantage)

Amy Ryan

Helene McCready in "Gone Baby Gone"

(Miramax Films)

Tilda Swinton

Karen Crowder in "Michael Clayton"

(Warner Bros. Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

"3:10 to Yuma"

(Lionsgate)

Christian Bale ~ Dan Evans

Russell Crowe ~ Ben Wade

Peter Fonda ~ Byron McElroy

Dallas Roberts ~ Grayson Butterfield

Vinessa Shaw ~ Emmy Roberts

Ben Foster ~ Charlie Prince

Alan Tudyk ~ Doc Potter

Logan Lerman ~ Will Evans

"American Gangster"

(Universal Pictures)

Armand Assante ~ Dominic Cattano

Josh Brolin ~ Detective Trupo

Russell Crowe ~ Richie Roberts

Ruby Dee ~ Mama Lucas

Chiwetel Ejiofor ~ Huey Lucas

Idris Elba ~ Tango

Cuba Gooding, Jr. ~ Nicky Barnes

Carla Gugino ~ Laurie Roberts

John Hawkes ~ Freddie Spearman

Ted Levine ~ Lou Toback

Joe Morton ~ Charlie Williams

Lymari Nadal ~ Eva

John Ortiz ~ Javier J. Rivera

Rza ~ Moses Jones

Yul Vazquez ~ Alfonse Abruzzo

Denzel Washington ~ Frank Lucas

"Hairspray"

(New Line Cinema)

Nikki Blonsky ~ Tracy Turnblad

Amanda Bynes ~ Penny Pingleton

Paul Dooley ~ Mr. Spritzer

Zac Efron ~ Link Larkin

Allison Janney ~ Prudy Pingleton

Elijah Kelley ~ Seaweed

James Marsden ~ Corny Collins

Michelle Pfeiffer ~ Velma Von Tussle

Queen Latifah ~ Motormouth Maybelle

Brittany Snow ~ Amber Von Tussle

Jerry Stiller ~ Mr. French

John Travolta ~ Edna Turnblad

Christopher Walken ~ Wilbur Turnblad

"Into the Wild"

(Paramount Vantage)

Brian Dierker ~ Rainey

Marcia Gay Harden ~ Billie McCandless

Emile Hirsch ~ Chris McCandless

Hal Holbrook ~ Ron Franz

William Hurt ~ Walt McCandless

Catherine Keener ~ Jan Burres

Jena Malone ~ Carine McCandless

Kristen Stewart ~ Tracy Tatro

Vince Vaughn ~ Wayne Westerberg

"No Country for Old Men"

(Miramax Films)

Javier Bardem ~ Anton Chigurh

Josh Brolin ~ Llewelyn Moss

Garret Dillahunt ~ Wendell

Tess Harper ~ Loretta Bell

Woody Harrelson ~ Carson Wells

Tommy Lee Jones ~ Ed Tom Bell

Kelly Macdonald ~ Carla Jean Moss

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture

"300" (Warner Bros.)

"The Bourne Ultimatum" ~ (Universal)

"I Am Legend" ~ (Warner Bros.)

"The Kingdom" ~ (Universal)

"Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End" ~ (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

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Primetime Television

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Michael Keaton

James Jesus Angleton in "The Company"

(TNT)

Kevin Kline

Jacques in "As You Like It"

(HBO)

Oliver Platt

George Steinbrenner in "The Bronx is Burning"

(ESPN)

Sam Shepard

Frank Whiteley in "Ruffian"

(ABC)

John Turturro

Billy Martin in "The Bronx is Burning"

(ESPN)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Ellen Burstyn

Posey Benetto in "Mitch Albom

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'No Country' Takes Top SAG Honors

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Supporting Actor Winner Javier Bardem for

the film, 'No Country for Old Men'

LOS ANGELES, California -- "No Country for Old Men" emerged as the Oscars favorite Sunday by taking top honors for overall cast along with Javier Bardem's Supporting Actor prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the lone gathering of A-list stars in an awards season hobbled by the writers strike.

Bardem had kind words for Joel and Ethan Coen, who directed "No Country for Old Men" and adapted the screenplay from Cormac McCarthy's novel. "Thank you, guys, for hiring me, and thank you for taking the hard work of choosing the good takes," Bardem said.

The native of Spain won the same honor at the Golden Globes, and has been universally praised for his chilling role as a relentless killer tracking a fortune in missing drug money. "This is Javier Bardem's 497th award," said co-star Josh Brolin in the acceptance speech for the film's cast prize, the equivalent of best picture honors. "It's sad, sad for the rest of us."

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Daniel Day-Lewis and Julie Christie took Best Lead Film Acting Honors

Past Oscar winners Daniel Day-Lewis of "There Will Be Blood" and Julie Christie of "Away From Her" won the lead-acting honors, also giving them a boost to win the same trophies at the Academy Awards on February 24. Day-Lewis dedicated his win to Heath Ledger, the 28-year-old Australian actor who was found dead in his Manhattan loft last week.

"In 'Brokeback Mountain,' he was unique, he was perfect," said Day-Lewis, already an Oscar winner for "My Left Foot." "That scene in the trailer at the end of the film is as moving as anything I think I've ever seen."

Two weeks after the glam-free Golden Globes "news conference," the presence Sunday night of blue-chip Hollywood stars such as presenter Tom Cruise, a pregnant Cate Blanchett, and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie (in a flowing, is-she-or-isn't-she dress that did little to quell twins rumors) reminded that the SAGs may stand as the highlight of Hollywood's film-honors season, if the writers strike undermines the Oscars, that is.

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Supporting Actress Ruby Dee beams at her

Actor for 'American Gangster'

But the SAG show itself was generally free of labor talk, with only Christie addressing the matter openly among the winners. "It's lovely to receive an award from your own union," she said, "especially at a time when we're being so forcefully reminded how important unions are."

Actors bid fond farewell to one of TV's most-acclaimed series ever as "The Sopranos" swept the dramatic categories, grabbing the lead-acting honors for James Gandolfini and Edie Falco and, minutes later, the overall cast award.

Ruby Dee won Supporting Actress for "American Gangster." She shared fond thoughts of her late husband and frequent acting partner, Ossie Davis, who died in 2005. "I accept it also for my husband Ossie," the 83-year-old Dee said, "because he's working on things up there."

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Lead Actress Edie Falco with her two statues

for her role as 'The Sopranos' matriarch

Though its last episode aired several months ago, "The Sopranos" grabbed all three TV drama categories to open the ceremony. "Ten years . . . I wish for everybody in every walk of life, but particularly for actors, to have the opportunity to have a work experience like I have had with my family here," Falco said. "You're not supposed to get this attached because it's a transient business. I have fallen in love with these people and I don't know how you walk away from that."

Minutes before, Gandolfini took the first trophy of the night in a star-studded ceremony . . . something of an anomaly in this strike-hobbled awards season. "This is our last official act as Sopranos together," Gandolfini said. "Here's to you guys. Thank you very much. It's been 10 years. It's been an honor. That's all I can say."

For comedy series, Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey were the Lead Acting winners for "30 Rock," while "The Office" won for Best Ensemble. The guild's first-ever prizes for Best Stunt Ensemble went to "The Bourne Ultimatum" for films and "24" for TV before the ceremony began.

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Lead Actor James Gandolfini took home two Actors

for his role as Tony Soprano in 'The Sopranos'

Normally a lesser cousin to the Golden Globes and Oscars, the SAG Awards could end up being the biggest celebration this time around: The swanky Globes were canceled because of a strike by the Writers Guild of America, which refused to let its members work on the show, and the fate of the Oscars on February 24 is in question because of the same labor quarrel.

Not so for the SAG honors. The actors union has been steadfast in support of striking writers, who in turn gave their blessing to the SAG ceremony. Instead of the debacle for the Globes, which were curtailed to a star-free news conference after actors and filmmakers made it clear they would not cross writers' picket lines, the SAG ceremony came off with a full complement of Hollywood A-listers.

"We're really proud of the solidarity we've built with the Writers Guild," said Alan Rosenberg, SAG president. "Our members have understood that and taken it to heart. I was really moved by their decision not to go to the Golden Globes, our nominees. It's tough times, but it's been gratifying, as well."

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Lead Actress Tina Fey won for '30 Rock'

Backstage, Tina Fey said the writers strike leaves "30 Rock" at risk since the show is a critical success but not necessarily a huge hit with viewers. "We are exactly the kind of show that's put in jeopardy by the strike," Fey said.

The obligatory package of clips to honor stars who died in the past year took on more immediacy, ending with a moment from "Brokeback Mountain" featuring Ledger. The cause of his death had not yet been determined.

The guild presented its Life Achievement award to Charles Durning, whose credits include "The Sting," "Tootsie" and "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" "There's nothing more gratifying than having an achievement award from one's peers," Durning said. "Over 50 years ago, I had the honor of working with some of the best actors, directors and writers in our industry. It's been a dream come true."

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Life Achievement Recipient Charles Durning

On Saturday, "No Country for Old Men" won top honors at the Directors Guild of America Awards for the Coen brothers; the winner there usually goes on to take home the directing Oscar.

As with the Golden Globes, the Writers Guild has made it clear that its members would not be allowed to work on the Oscars. While stars generally have said they would skip the show rather than cross picket lines, Oscar organizers insist their telecast will take place as scheduled.

Amy Ryan, a SAG and Oscar Supporting Actress nominee for "Gone Baby Gone," said at the Directors Guild Awards that she would not cross a picket line to attend the Oscars. "I hope it ends but, more, I hope the writers get their due," Ryan said. "I think that, at the end of the day, is more important than a party. But I really hope it works out because I'd like to go to the party."

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14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

(winners will be highlighted in blue)

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Theatrical Motion Picture Winners

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

Daniel Day-Lewis

Daniel Plainview in "There Will Be Blood"

(Paramount Vantage)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Julie Christie

Fiona in "Away From Her"

(Lionsgate)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

Javier Bardem

Anton Chigurh in "No Country for Old Men"

(Miramax Films)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

Ruby Dee

Mama Lucas in "American Gangster"

(Universal Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

"No Country for Old Men"

(Miramax Films)

Javier Bardem ~ Anton Chigurh

Josh Brolin ~ Llewelyn Moss

Garret Dillahunt ~ Wendell

Tess Harper ~ Loretta Bell

Woody Harrelson ~ Carson Wells

Tommy Lee Jones ~ Ed Tom Bell

Kelly Macdonald ~ Carla Jean Moss

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture

"The Bourne Ultimatum" ~ (Universal)

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Primetime Television Winners

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Kevin Kline

Jacques in "As You Like It"

(HBO)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Queen Latifah

Ana in "Life Support"

(HBO)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

James Gandolfini

Tony Soprano in "The Sopranos"

(HBO)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

Edie Falco

Carmela Soprano in "The Sopranos"

(HBO)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Alec Baldwin

Jack Donaghy in "30 Rock"

(NBC)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

Tina Fey

Liz Lemon in "30 Rock"

(NBC)

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

"The Sopranos"

(HBO)

Gregory Antonacci ~ Butch DeConcini

Lorraine Bracco ~ Dr. Jennifer Melfi

Edie Falco ~ Carmela Soprano

James Gandolfini ~ Tony Soprano

Dan Grimaldi ~ Patsy Parisi

Robert Iler ~ Anthony Soprano, Jr.

Michael Imperioli ~ Christopher Moltisanti

Arthur Nascarella ~ Carlo Gervasi

Steven R. Schirripa ~ Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri

Matt Servitto ~ Agent Dwight Harris

Jamie Lynn Sigler ~ Meadow Soprano

Tony Sirico ~ Paulie 'Walnuts' Gaultieri

Aida Turturro ~ Janice Soprano

Steven Van Zandt ~ Silvio Dante

Frank Vincent ~ Phil Leotardo

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

"The Office"

(NBC)

Leslie David Baker ~ Stanley Hudson

Brian Baumgartner ~ Kevin Malone

Creed Bratton ~ Creed

Steve Carell ~ Michael Scott

Jenna Fischer ~ Pam Beesly

Kate Flannery ~ Meredith Palmer

Ed Helms ~ Andrew Bernard

Mindy Kaling ~ Kelly Kapoor

Angela Kinsey ~ Angela Martin

John Krasinski ~ Jim Halpert

Paul Lieberstein ~ Toby Flenderson

B.J. Novak ~ Ryan Howard

Oscar Nunez ~ Oscar Martinez

Phyllis Smith ~ Phyllis Lapin

Rainn Wilson ~ Dwight Schrute

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series

"24" ~ (Fox)

Screen Actors Guild Awards 43rd Annual Life Achievement Award

Charles Durning

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