SAG Awards

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SAG-AFTRA Launches App to Allow Actors to Privately Report Incidents of Sexual Harassment
SAG-AFTRA has launched a new app and website for members to report sexual harassment they've experienced or witnessed
Kaley Cuoco's Makeup Artist Reveals She Had to Cover Up Star's Cupping Bruises for 2021 SAG Awards 
Kaley Cuoco was nominated for two awards for her role in The Flight Attendant 
Michael Keaton Breaks SAG Awards Record with The Trial of the Chicago 7 Ensemble Victory
Keaton became the first actor to win the SAG Award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture three times, after winning for 2014's Birdman and 2015's Spotlight
All the Details Behind Viola Davis' 'Spectacular and Subtly Quirky' 2021 SAG Awards Dress
The SAG Award winner has been wearing bold colors throughout award season to give "motivation and hope towards a better future"
Jason Sudeikis Makes a Feminist Statement with His 2021 SAG Awards Sweater
The Ted Lasso winner wore a navy blue Gucci wool embossed with the feminist mantra "MY BODY MY CHOICE" in capital letters
Helen Mirren Recalls Having a 'Bit of a Meeting with a Bear' While Quarantining in Nevada
Helen Mirren said during the 2021 SAG Awards that she told the animal, " 'You naughty bear, go on. Go away!' And he did"
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Congratulations! All of the First-Time Winners at the 2021 Screen Actors Guild Awards
From father-son duo Daniel and Eugene Levy to Minari's Youn Yuh-jung, these stars took home their very first Screen Actors Guild Awards this year 
Jason Bateman Dedicates 2021 SAG Award to Healthcare Workers and Scientists amid COVID
The Ozark star bested fellow nominees Sterling K. Brown, Josh O'Connor, Bob Odenkirk and Regé-Jean Page for outstanding performance by a male actor in a drama series

Minari's Youn Yuh-jung Endears Fellow Nominees as She Wins SAG Award for Best Supporting Actress 

The nominees were Maria Bakalova, Youn Yuh-jung, Olivia Colman, Glenn Close, and Helena Zengel