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Black Girls Rock! Viola Davis & Uzo Aduba Make History With Their Lead Role Wins At The SAG Awards

Viola Davis And Uzo Aduba Win SAG Awards Viola Davis and Uzo Aduba made history Sunday when the two talented actresses nabbed SAG Awards for their lead roles respectively in “How To Get Away With Murder” and “Orange Is The

Viola Davis Singles Out Daughter During SAG Awards Speech

She was thrilled to conquer the Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series category at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards last night (January 25) and Viola Davis made sure she mentioned her daughter has been an inspiration...Show More Summary

Watch: Viola Davis accepts SAG award and talks diversity in Hollywood

At the Screen Actors Guild Awards last year, Viola Davis won the title of outstanding lead actress in a drama and gave this great speech on diversity and representation in Hollywood, thanking the creators of How to Get Away With Murder for believing that a “sexualized, messy, mysterious woman could be a 49-year-old, dark-skinned, African-American woman who looks like […]

‘Mommy, Can You Put Me In The Story?': The Beauty Of Viola Davis’ SAG Award Victory

"Thank you for thinking that a sexualized, messy, mysterious woman could be a 49-year-old, dark-skinned African-American woman who looks like me." The post ‘Mommy, Can You Put Me In The Story?': The Beauty Of Viola Davis’ SAG Award Victory appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Uzo Aduba And Viola Davis Were A Breath Of Fresh Air At The SAG Awards

The SAG Awards were last night, and you probably watched them if you’re a major awards-show junkie. If not, you missed out on two really incredible speeches by Uzo Aduba and Viola Davis, who won in each of their categories. Their speeches were free of the typical faux humility and breathless “What, me? An award?! [...]

Viola Davis Praises TV Diversity in Emotional SAG Award Speech

Let it be known that Viola Davis kills speeches in real life, too. Read more...

Viola Davis Gives an Emotional Acceptance Speech at SAG Awards 2015 (Video)

Viola Davis gets very emotional as she gives an acceptance speech on stage at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday (January 25) in Los Angeles. The 49-year-old actress won the Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series prize for her work on How to Get [...]

The Best Looks From the SAG Awards Red Carpet

After a long list of recent snubs for other accolades, women of color were recognized at last night’s SAG Awards: Orange Is the New Black’s Uzo Aduba won for best actress in a comedy series, and Viola Davis took home the award for best actress in a drama series for her performance... More »

SAG Winners Include ‘Birdman,’ Viola Davis, and Frances McDormand; Check out Full List

Of all of the film award ceremonies, the SAG Awards — at least insofar as performance goes — are… Read More

SAG Awards 2015: Viola Davis on diversity: 'We want to see ourselves'

When Viola Davis went onstage Sunday during the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards to accept her award for female actor in a drama series, the 49-year-old African American actress couldn't hide the emotion.

Viola Davis Gives Another Beautiful Speech At The SAG Awards, Should Give All Speeches Ever

She didn't just get up on stage, thank a few people we've never heard of, and tell her kids to go to bed. Just like at the People's Choice Awards earlier this month, she had some meaningful words to say about race, beauty and age in Hollywood. Show More Summary

SAG Awards: The Complete 2015 Winners List

The 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were held last night in at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, with "Birdman," "Downton Abbey" and "Orange Is the New Black" taking home the top honors. Uzo Aduba and Viola Davis made SAG history with both lead actress awards given out to African-American actors.

Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne & Viola Davis 2015 SAG Awards Winners (Complete List)

Last night the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were held. Julianne Moore added to her mantle with another statuette, as did ‘The Theory of Everything’ star Eddie Redmayne. ‘ If these two don’t win at the Academy Awards, they’re going to be considered upsets! How To Get Away With Murder’ star Viola Davis also […]

Viola Davis SAG Awards Speech Earns Standing Ovation: Why?

Viola Davis brought the audience to its feet with a moving and powerful acceptance speech at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night. Viola Davis SAG Awards Acceptance Speech 2015 If you watch How to Get Away With Murder online, you know that Davis was a most deserving winner for the lead role. Show More Summary

Who Looked More Bangin? Lupita Nyong’o, Viola Davis Paula Patton & More Hit The 2015 SAG Awards Red Carpet

Lupita Nyong’o, Viola Davis, Paula Patton Attend 2015 SAG Awards The 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards were held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles over the weekend and a handful of Hollyweird faces hit the red carpet before maki...

Viola Davis Stresses the Need For More "Real Women" on TV and in Movies

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Viola Davis is no stranger to playing strong female characters like Annalise on How to Get Away With Murder, but Hollywood could still use a lot more diversity when it comes to leading ladies. After making a powerful acceptance speech...Show More Summary

Viola Davis Calls Out Racist Typecasting In Hollywood During SAG Speech: ‘Put Me In The Story’

Viola Davis just made another stride in a career that has been quickly gaining speed over the last few years. She accepted the Screen Actors Guild award for Best Actress in a Dramatic Series for her role as defense law professor Annalise Keating on How To Get Away With Murder. Show More Summary

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