Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS

And now the other awards

January 28, 2008|Stephanie Lysaght | Times Staff Writer

Stunning as she was in her Oscar de la Renta, Debra Messing looked nervous while reading the teleprompter. What happened to loose and kooky Grace Adler? It's anybody's guess. Here are more highs and lows from the Screen Actors Guild Awards:

Best Mobster Makeover: James Gandolfini

He looked svelte(r) and refreshed, with an attractive stubble/beard hybrid and a sleek white tie as he accepted the award for best male actor in a drama series for "The Sopranos."

Method Acting Award: Vanessa Williams

Oozing sensuality, with a killer outfit and poise to spare, Williams was a dead ringer for the character she plays -- Wilhelmina Slater -- on "Ugly Betty."

Worst Awards Show Etiquette 1: Casey Affleck

Did you really need to chew gum on the Red Carpet? And during the show?

Worst Awards Show Etiquette 2: Justin Chambers

Chambers, we know that the "Grey's Anatomy" kids are the cool kids, but what was with the sunglasses? Until Nicholson is penning his own "Bucket List," nobody else gets to sport shades inside.

Most Underappreciated: Tina Fey

When she won the award for best actress in a comedy series, Fey thanked Alec Baldwin, saying that watching him act with her was "like watching Fred Astaire dance with a hatrack." Yes, Fey was the hatrack. Funny, right? So why no laughs, SAG-gers?

Happiest Not to Be Wearing a Mumu Award: Kate Flannery

She may play a dowdy drunk on "The Office," but at the SAG awards, Kate Flannery (a.k.a. Meredith Palmer) was anything but frumpy in a cleavage-baring gold number.

Prettiest: Kate Beckinsale

No joke here. Just, wow.

--

stephanie.lysaght@latimes.com.

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Articles
|
|
|