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SAG Awards: ‘Argo,’ Jennifer Lawrence, Daniel Day-Lewis win
First Published Jan 27 2013 08:21 pm • Last Updated Jan 28 2013 10:25 am

Los Angeles • The CIA thriller "Argo" continues to steamroll through awards season, winning the top honor for overall cast performance at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

SAG’s lead-acting honors Sunday went to Jennifer Lawrence won for her role as a troubled widow in a shaky new relationship in the lost-souls romance "Silver Linings Playbook" and Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln in the Civil War epic "Lincoln."

At a glance

Complete list of winners at 19th annual SAG Awards

MOVIES

Actor » Daniel Day-Lewis, “Lincoln”

Actress » Jennifer Lawrence, “Silver Linings Playbook”

Supporting actor » Tommy Lee Jones, “Lincoln”

Supporting actress » Anne Hathaway, “Les Miserables”

Cast » “Argo”

Stunt ensemble » “Skyfall”

TELEVISION

Actor in a movie or miniseries » Kevin Costner “Hatfields & McCoys”

Actress in a movie or miniseries » Julianne Moore, “Game Change”

Actor in a drama series » Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”

Actress in a drama series » Claire Danes, “Homeland”

Actor in a comedy series » Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock”

Actress in a comedy series » Tina Fey, “30 Rock”

Drama series cast » “Downton Abbey”

Comedy series cast » “Modern Family”

Stunt ensemble » “Game of Thrones”

Life Achievement » Dick Van Dyke

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The supporting film awards Sunday went to Anne Hathaway of "Les Miserables" and Tommy Lee Jones of "Lincoln."

"It occurred to me — it was an actor that murdered Abraham Lincoln," said Day-Lewis, a solid front-runner to join an exclusive list of three-time acting Oscar winners. "And therefore, somehow it is only so fitting that every now and then an actor tries to bring him back to life again."

The SAG cast win came a day after "Argo" claimed the top honor from the Producers Guild of America, whose winner often goes on to claim best picture at the Academy Awards. "Argo" also was a surprise victor two weeks ago at the Golden Globes, where it won best drama and director for Ben Affleck.

The award momentum positions "Argo" for a rare feat at the Feb. 24 Oscars, where it could become just the fourth film in 85 years to be named best picture without a nomination for its director.

"To me this has nothing to do with me, it has to do with the incredible people who were in this movie," said Affleck, who also stars in "Argo" and accepted the SAG prize alongside his cast.

It was a brisk, businesslike and fairly bland evening as the actors union handed out honors to a predictable lineup of winners who generally had triumphed at earlier Hollywood ceremonies or past SAG shows.

"Now I have this naked statue that means some of you even voted for me, and that is an indescribable feeling," "Silver Linings" star Lawrence said after explaining she earned her SAG card at age 14 by filming a spot for MTV.

Hathaway won for her role as a doomed single mother forced into prostitution in the adaptation of the stage musical based on Victor Hugo’s epic novel. Her win came over four past Oscar recipients — Sally Field, Helen Hunt, Nicole Kidman and Maggie Smith.


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"I’m just thrilled I have dental," Hathaway said. "I got my SAG card when I was 14. It felt like the beginning of the world. I have loved every single minute of my life as an actor. ... Thank you for nominating me alongside incredible women and incredible performances."

Jones, who was not at the show, won for his turn as abolitionist firebrand Thaddeus Stevens in the Civil War epic. The win improves his odds to become a two-time Academy Award winner. He previously won a supporting-actor Oscar for "The Fugitive."

On the television side, with "30 Rock" ending its run, its stars Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin won the SAG awards for best comedy performers. It was Baldwin’s seventh-straight win, while Fey earned her fifth SAG prize.

"Oh, my God. It’s ridiculous," Baldwin said. "It’s the end of our show, which is sad. Everybody is sad about that. It was the greatest experience I’ve ever had."

Fey gave a plug for the show’s finale airing Thursday, noting that it’s up against "The Big Bang Theory."

"Just tape ‘The Big Bang Theory’ for once, for crying out loud," Fey said.

"Modern Family" won for best overall cast in a TV comedy show. Accepting for the cast, "Modern Family" co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson offered thanks to the makers of "30 Rock" and another departing series, "The Office," saying "you all have set the comedy bar so high."

Ferguson joked that if the "30 Rock" or "The Office" stars need jobs, they should contact the "Modern Family" casting director.

The TV drama acting awards went to Claire Danes of "Homeland" and Bryan Cranston of "Breaking Bad."

"It is so good to be bad," Cranston said.

"Downton Abbey" won the TV drama cast award.

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