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Stars out for Screen Actors Guild awards

Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet picks up another film award, this time from the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) in Los Angeles. She won best supporting actress for her performance in The Reader, also starring Ralph Fiennes.

Dev Patel, Irrfan Khan, Freida Pinto and Anil Kapoor from Slumdog Millionaire

Also picking up more awards were the cast of Slumdog Millionaire. Dev Patel, Irrfan Khan, Freida Pinto and Anil Kapoor won the SAG's top prize of best cast, the same as best film at other award ceremonies.

Hugh Laurie

In the TV categories, British actor Hugh Laurie won best actor in a drama series for House. He said: "I actually had $100 (73) on James Spader (from Boston Legal). This is just not my night."

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin won the prize for outstanding performance by a male actor in a comedy series for his role in 30 Rock. The TV show won three prizes overall with Tina Fey winning the female comedy award.

Teri Hatcher

Teri Hatcher from Desperate Housewives turned up to the awards in a flowing white dress. Another top award went to the late Heath Ledger. He was best supporting actor award for the Joker in Batman.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

Meryl Streep edged out Angelina Jolie (Changeling), Melissa Leo (Frozen River), Kate Winslet (Revolutionary Road) and Anne Hathaway (Rachel Getting Married) to win best actress for Doubt.

Mickey Rourke

The Wrestler star Mickey Rourke also mingled with the stars at the Hollywood ceremony. The 52-year-old stars as has-been professional wrestler Randy "The Ram" Robinson in his latest film.

Keifer Sutherland

24 actor Kiefer Sutherland strutted the red carpet for the 15th annual awards ceremony. He is currently reprising his role in season seven of the hit TV series.

Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes presented Sean Penn with the best actor award for his role as a gay rights activist in the movie Milk. The film follows the life of Harvey Milk, the first gay man to be elected to US public office.

Penelope Cruz

Penelope Cruz dazzled the crowd as she arrived at this year's LA ceremony. She recently received an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress in Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona.




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