Sterling K. Brown I just did something on Sunday that just Steve Carell I was able to do it before him: he won two SAG awards for film and television sets on the same night. It's the kind of thing I'd think would happen most often, however, these two artists with one foot on TV and the other in the movie are the only ones who achieve this incredibly rare record.
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Brown won his two victories at the 2019 ceremony for his work on "Black Panther" and "This Is Us." It was the second year in a row that he won in the NBC drama, which also awarded him an individual performance award in 2018. He competed for the main drama actor once again this year and again in 2017, when he was also ready for his performance in the limited series "The People v. OJ Simpson".
Carell's double victories came at the 2007 ceremony, when he prevailed to star in "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Office." That same year, he obtained a nomination as a comedy actor for the NBC comedy, which he contended again in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 (he received offers together in those same years). On the side of the film, Carell has been nominated for his leading role in "Foxcatcher" (2014), his turn of support in "Battle of the Sexes" (2017) and as a member of "The Big Short" (2015) ).
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Here are some of the protagonists who came close to achieving this rare achievement:
Only last year Peter Dinklage won as part of the ensemble "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" and was nominated twice for "Game of Thrones", as an individual and as part of the cast.
Bryan Cranston He took home trophies as an individual for "Breaking Bad" the same year he was recognized for his joint work in the movie "Argo" (2012). Although the AMC series was nominated for the main prize, it was surpbaded by "Downton Abby"; the following year, he won both for the team and for Cranston.
John Slattery They similarly won the nominations for double sets at the 2016 ceremony, one for "Mad Men" and the other for "Spotlight" (2015). While he won on the side of the film, that year he lost the television award to "Downton Abby," although he prevailed in 2009 and 2010.
Jack Huston He also received a double nomination in 2014, losing his drama offer for "Boardwalk Empire" to "Breaking Bad" but winning for "American Hustle" (2013). The HBO drama previously dominated the category in 2011 and 2012 (Huston only won the last year).
"Downton Abby" star Penelope Wilton He received his first overall prize for the series at the 2013 ceremony, the same year he competed on the side of the film for "The best exotic exotic marigold hotel" (2012). He went with a prize, however, since "Hotel" was defeated by the eventual Oscar winner "Argo" (2012).
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