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Complete List of SAG Award Winners, 'No Country' Still Oscar Favorite

Steve Carell introduced the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday evening by saying: "Good evening everyone and welcome to the most glamorous and exciting evening in the history of the world." That may be bit of a stretch, but certainly was the most glamorous awards night we've had so far in this strike-stricken season of the film and television world.

'No Country for Old Men' did the expected and emerged as the Oscars favorite by taking top honors for overall cast along with Javier Bardem's supporting-actor prize. It has earned eight nominations for the upcoming awards.

Meanwhile, British-born actor Day-Lewis was crowned best actor for his performance as a tyrannical oil prospector in 'There Will Be Blood', and Julie Christie earned the best actress for playing an Alzheimer's sufferer in 'Away From Her.' Day-Lewis dedicated his award to Heath Ledger, adding: "That scene in the trailer at the end of the 'Brokeback Mountain' is as moving as anything I think I've ever seen."

Take a look at the full list below, broken down separately for Movies and Television:

MOVIES:

Lead actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, 'There Will Be Blood.'
Lead Actress: Julie Christie, 'Away From Her.'
Supporting actor: Javier Bardem, 'No Country for Old Men.'
Supporting actress: Ruby Dee, 'American Gangster.'
Ensemble Cast: 'No Country for Old Men.'
Stunt ensemble: 'The Bourne Ultimatum.'

TELEVISION:

Actor (movie or miniseries): Kevin Kline, 'As You Like It.'
Actress (movie or miniseries): Queen Latifah, 'Life Support.'
Actor (drama series): James Gandolfini, 'The Sopranos.'
Actress (drama series): Edie Falco, 'The Sopranos.'
Actor (comedy series): Alec Baldwin, '30 Rock.'
Actress (comedy series): Tina Fey, '30 Rock.'
Drama series cast: 'The Sopranos.'
Comedy series cast: 'The Office.'
Stunt ensemble: '24.'

January 28, 2008 |




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