SAG Award Winners: Plummer, White, Modern Family
BY Neal Broverman
January 29 2012 10:00 PM ET
Christopher Plummer took home a Screen Actors Guild award on Sunday for his role as a man coming out late in life in Beginners, while Modern Family's cast collected a SAG for best television comedy ensemble.
Plummer, 82, also won a Golden Globe for his performance as Hal, a man embracing his true self in his senior years. Read more about Beginners here.
“It’s like being lit by the Holy Grail, thank you, thank you, thank you,” Plummer told the crowd at Los Angeles's Shrine Auditorium.
Meanwhile, Modern Family, with its gay dads played by Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, took home the award for TV's best comedic television cast. Stonestreet was nominated for best actor in a comedy series, but lost to 30 Rock's Alec Baldwin. Fan favorite Betty White won best actress in a comedy series for her role on Hot in Cleveland. Jessica Lange was named best actress in a television drama for her role on Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story. Click here to see more of the winners.
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