The 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards are down tonight, and when it comes to the winners, history is made.
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.
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.
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.
Lee Jung-jae won an Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama…
…HoYeon Jung won Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series.
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.
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