The 2013 SAG Awards: Wins for Modern Family and Downton Abbey

Show business's most adored pretenders gathered together last night to tell each other how great they look in fancy outfits for the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, and you'll only be surprised by the winners if you recently suffered severe head trauma and lapsed into amnesia.

The cast of ABC's Modern Family took home the Saggie for Comedy Ensemble—their third win in a row in that category. The only win that can be considered a surprise was Downton Abbey's prize for Drama Ensemble over actor's nirvana Homeland.

In the drama acting categories, Homeland's Claire Danes and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston won for their respective sexes; meanwhile, 30 Rock's Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey continued their dominance of the comedy leads categories. Baldwin has won seven straight Best Comedy Actor SAG Awards as Hollywood continues to fear angry profanity-laden phone calls should he not win. Fey picked up her fifth.

In the miniseries department, Kevin Costner won for Hatfields & McCoys and Julianne Moore won for Game Change.

In the film categories, Argo won best ensemble, and Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln) and Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook) won for leads.


Drama EnsembleDownton Abbey
Comedy EnsembleModern Family
Drama ActorBryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Drama ActressClaire Danes, Homeland
Comedy ActorAlec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Comedy ActressTina Fey, 30 Rock
Miniseries ActorKevin Costner, Hatfields & McCoys
Miniseries ActressJulianne Moore, Game Change

Congratulations to all the winners! Losers, it's time to give up on the dream and get a real job.

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