17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Winners: 'The King's Speech' Entire Cast, Colin Firth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale, Melissa Leo

LOS ANGELES — The 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® for outstanding performances in 2010 are underway tonight. Of the top industry accolades presented to performers, only the Screen Actors Guild Awards are selected solely by actors’ peers. The entire active membership of the Guild across the country, approximately 100,000 actors, voted on all categories:

THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

THE KING’S SPEECH (The Weinstein Company)
ANTHONY ANDREWS / Stanley Baldwin
HELENA BONHAM CARTER / Queen Elizabeth
JENNIFER EHLE / Myrtle Logue
COLIN FIRTH / King George VI
MICHAEL GAMBON / King George V
DEREK JACOBI / Archbishop Cosmo Lang
GUY PEARCE / King Edward VIII
GEOFFREY RUSH / Lionel Logue
TIMOTHY SPALL / Winston Churchill

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

COLIN FIRTH / King George VI – THE KING’S SPEECH (The Weinstein Company)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

NATALIE PORTMAN / Nina Sayers – BLACK SWAN (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

CHRISTIAN BALE / Dicky Eklund – THE FIGHTER (Paramount Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

MELISSA LEO / Alice Ward – THE FIGHTER (Paramount Pictures)

PRIMETIME TELEVISION

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

BOARDWALK EMPIRE (HBO)
STEVE BUSCEMI / Nucky Thompson
DABNEY COLEMAN / Commodore Louis Kaestner
PAZ DE LA HUERTA / Lucy Danzinger
STEPHEN GRAHAM / Al Capone
ANTHONY LACIURA / Eddie Kessler
KELLY MACDONALD / Margaret Schroeder
GRETCHEN MOL / Gillian Darmody
ALESKA PALLADINO / Angela Darmody
VINCENT PIAZZA / Lucky Luciano
MICHAEL PITT / Jimmy Darmody
MICHAEL SHANNON / Agent Nelson Van Alden
PAUL SPARKS / Mickey Doyle
MICHAEL STUHLBARG / Arnold Rothstein
SHEA WHIGHAM / Sheriff Elias Thompson

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

STEVE BUSCEMI / Nucky Thompson – BOARDWALK EMPIRE (HBO)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

JULIANNA MARGULIES / Alicia Florrick – THE GOOD WIFE (CBS) 

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

MODERN FAMILY (ABC)
JULIE BOWEN / Claire Dunphy
TY BURRELL / Phil Dunphy
JESSE TYLER FERGUSON / Mitchell Pritchett
NOLAN GOULD / Luke Dunphy
SARAH HYLAND / Haley Dunphy
ED O’NEILL / Jay Pritchett
RICO RODRIGUEZ / Manny Delgado
ERIC STONESTREET / Cameron Tucker
SOFIA VERGARA / Gloria Delgado-Pritchett
ARIEL WINTER / Alex Dunphy

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

ALEC BALDWIN / Jack Donaghy – 30 ROCK (NBC) 

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

BETTY WHITE / Elka Ostrovsky – HOT IN CLEVELAND (TV Land) 

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

AL PACINO / Jack Kevorkian – YOU DON’T KNOW JACK (HBO) 

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

CLAIRE DANES / Temple Grandin – TEMPLE GRANDIN (HBO)

FILM AND TELEVISION STUNT ENSEMBLES

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture

INCEPTION (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Danny Le Boyer, Andy Bradshaw, Richard L. Bucher, Allison Caetano, Bruce Cain, Tom Cohan, Eliza Coleman, George Cottie, Steve DeCastro, Jake Dewitt, Wade Eastwood, Rick English, Roel Filma, Mark Fichera, Marie Fink, Steve Griffin, Bobby Hanlon, Adam Hart, Logan Holladay, Sy Hollands, Gary Hoptrough, Jason Hunjan, Stephen Izzi, Terry Jackson, Ruth Jenkins, Luke Kearney, Jess King, Nito Larioza, Maurice Lee, Terry J. Leonard, James Lew, Michael Li, Diana R. Lupo, Rick Miller, Steve Oeding, Monte Perlin, Norbert Phillips, Andy Pilgrim, Mark Rayner, Rex J. Reddick, Simon Rhee, Tracey Rugglero, Brandon Sebek, Diz Sharpe, Gunther Simon, Paul Sklar, Marvin Stewart-Campbell, John Street, Tom Struthers, Melissa R. Stubbs, Mens-Sana Tamakloe, Philip Tan, Marlow Warrington-Mattei, Chrissy Weathersby, Jim Wilkey, Brent Woolsey, Harry Wowchuk, Richard Wu, Ryan Young
 
Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series

TRUE BLOOD (HBO)
Nick Brandon, Charlie Brewer, Kevin Derr, Crystal Dyson, Mike Gains, Jack Gill, Jason Gray, Oliver Kelly, Mike Massa, Heidi Pascoe, Ben Scott, Matt Taylor, Mark Wagner

LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Screen Actors Guild Awards 47th Annual Life Achievement Award
Ernest Borgnine

  1. The show is boring.

    But so is the Pro-Bowl. Pushing the Pro Bowl before the Super Bowl has proved a terrible idea because they’re all playing soft!

    Boooo!

    1. Again?

      This is Boardwalk’s first year of SAG Award eligibility.

      If you’re referring to that larcenous cabal of griftmongers whose show is produced by Dick Clark and which appears each year on NBC, it doesn’t count.

    1. I absolutely agree. It’s so sad because she’s got so much potential. I absolutely adored her in Cider House Rules — so sad she doesn’t have it together, because Paz is super talented.

  2. I’m so happy for Betty White and Modern Family! I would have liked to have seen someone different win for 30 Rock, considering Baldwin has won 5 times in a row. Not at all thrilled with Boardwalk Empire wins…

    1. In my opinion, I really believe that Hamm is getting robbed. I was bored by Buscemi for the majority of the season. It wasn’t until later on he started bringing the gusto to make Nucky dimensional. To me, it felt as if the supporting cast to BE was what was holding Buscemi up. Hamm did a spectacular job the ENTIRE season — the arc was clear and he gave further texture to Draper more than ever.

      But, it is what it is…

      p.s. – I am an avid Boardwalk viewer, and I adore the show — I just really think this should have been Hamm’s year to win.

  3. It doesn’t matter if the pro bowl is b4 the super bowl neither the steelers nor the packers have any players in it. Its always been a boring game.

    1. Why! She’s a real icon! Been at it for years and she does a magnificent job. She’s given her entire life to entertainment.

  4. Boardwalk Empire is an incredible show and deserves that award. I’m blown away that the best show won. And Buscemi!!!!! That guy has worked tirelessly his entire career giving great performances in every medium. So glad to see him get his due. Huge Modern Family fan.

  5. The performances in the King’s Speech were truly phenomenal. I really hope there is a way Geoffrey Rush can sneak in a Best S. Actor win at the Oscars. He was, to me, even more astounding than Firth in the film. Great, great acting by among the most talented thesps we have today.

      1. John Hawkes is always spectacular. I’m glad he’s getting the recognition he deserves. Phenomenal.

    1. I have to agree with you. The ensemble piece of work by the actors in the Kings Speech is spectacular and shows finesse. Geoffrey Rush is a magnificent Australian actor and bolstered Firth’s performance in this one. He is a gracious and generous master of his craft who does his ‘thing’ with such ability and ease.

      He receives accolades from all corners of the Globe, but still, almost appears an under appreciated, under rated actor. Maybe because he does everything so quietly, almost humbly and that in itself blows you away as a viewer. No headlines, no tantrums and dramas behind the scenes, just one awesome deliverer of some fancy foot work.

      It would be great to see him holding the statue.

  6. Once again no surprises — except for the kings speech but that wasn’t that much of a shocker — should have been the fighter of the kids are alright. Anyways, this is gonna be the most predicatable oscars ever. Please everyone go see Nicole kidman in rabbit hole — you think natalie portman is good — she runs circles around her.

    1. Order is being restored to the universe. The Fighter, overrated as a movie, is getting the awards it should — in ACTING.

      The writing of The Fighter sucked. The movie overall was average to good but NOT better than The King’s Speech, True Grit or Inception which is why the only award The Fighter is taking home on Oscar night is Best Supporting Actress and maybe Best Supporting Actor (provided, that is, that Geoffrey Rush doesn’t upset Bale!)

      It won’t get a screenwriting award. It won’t get a directing award. It won’t get best picture.

      Long live THE KING (and The King’s Speech)

  7. So over Portman and Black Swan. Jennifer Lawrence deserves the accolades. Quite a few of the current crop of young actresses could have done with Portman did in Black Swan but ZI highly doubt they could do what Jennifer did in Winter’s Bone.

    1. I’m not so sure just any young actress could have pulled off what Portman did with Black Swan, and I felt she was fantastic, but I too liked Jennifer Lawrence for this category.

  8. The TV awards were so solid. Boardwalk has changed the face of drama and Modern family is just phenomenal. Love that Kings Speech won. What a beautiful film. Social Network is terrific as well. Happy to see two such well made films in the same year considering how stupid movies have become.

  9. Question:

    Does anyone know why Aaron Eckhart has been shut out for “Rabbit Hole” this entire season? I find it interesting that he’s not getting any recognition for it whatsoever…

  10. Some of these awards seeme to be driven by band wagon. Common if you have seen all the worthy best actress performances, there’s no way you can say that Portman deserves all these awards. Why do these awards always end up being so predictable. Where is the love for Helena, Amy, or even a norm for Sam Rockwell.

  11. I love me some Betty White, but did she seriously beat Edie Falco, Jane Lynch, Tina Fey, and Sofia Vergara as the BEST COMEDIC ACTRESS!? I can’t help to think that was more of a “sympathy” vote due to that whole “everyone love Betty White” campaign. I get that she’s a legend, but seriously?!

    And the fact that they started the show with best dramatic actor and series was totally uncalled for. It left no suspense or excitement for the rest of the show.

    I noticed that they did this at the Globes 2 weeks ago where they started out with “high profile/heavy” awards. I don’t like it.

    1. Atleast Betty White is on a comedy. I’m sorry but Lynch’s act on Glee is SO TIRED. Falco’s show isn’t even a comedy. Fey has been showered with awards. I would have loved if Sofia won but Betty was my 2nd choice!

      1. Ditto to every word you wrote. I am so sick of Lynch’s one-trick dog and pony show that I can no longer bear to watch. Vergara is incredibly good on MF (great delivery). But I love me some Betty White. Her skill and timing are still impeccable after all these decades, so I am very pleased that she won. Nothing wrong with showing some reverence for talent mixed with longevity.

  12. The King’s Speech has officially taken The Social Network’s gusto in one weekend. I am extremely upset. If TSN doesn’t win, I hope The Fighter pulls an upset over The King’s Speech.

  13. Winter’s Bone, where da meth is HOMEGROWN!
    A movie so stupid it should be made into a sitcom, like Cos… Das Cosby Show! “I don’t know where he’s at, and I ain’t gonna go asking after him neither.”

  14. Glad for some of the winners, but I wished Bening would have taken Best Actress over Portman; however Bening has won before and no actress has won twice in this category before.

    1. It really is a shame. Bening and for that matter Williams, Kidman, and Lawrence all gave tremendous natural performances. That race should be far more competitive that it’s been. Portman was fine but I hated her film. So gimmicky and trashy.

      Why even have all these awards shows if they give them out to the same people show after show?

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