Squid and Coda Win at the 2022 SAG Awards

The 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards are down tonight, and when it comes to the winners, history is made.

Valerie McConne/AFP via Getty Images

Troy Kotsur became the first deaf actor to win Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role, for his (in my opinion, outstanding) performance in fine drama koda.

Frederick J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images

That’s not all: the main cast koda It also won the first prize for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture – the first time a team made up of mostly deaf actors has won the award.

Emma McIntyre/Getty Images WarnerMedia

With three wins (including outstanding kinetic performance as a stunt squad), Netflix He hits squid game It became the first Korean TV show And the The first foreign language TV series to win the SAG Awards.

No set Juhan / Netflix / Courtesy Everett

Lee Jung-jae won an Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama…

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Warner Media

…HoYeon Jung won Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series.

Matt Winkelmayer/Getty Images for WarnerMedia

And with her victory West side storyAriana Debus became the first Latina woman to receive an award for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role—as well as the first gay woman of color to do so.

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Warner Media

Check out the full list of winners here – And congratulations to everyone who made history tonight!

See also  SXSW is heading to London in 2025

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *