Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston Wins SAG Award for Best Actor

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On Sunday, the Screen Actors Guild announced the winners for the 19th annual SAG awards, and Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston was honored with a win for Outstanding Male Actor in a Drama Series. In addition, Cranston and the cast of Argo won the award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. “It is so good to be bad,” Cranston said, accepting the Male Actor award. In his speech, he thanked Vince Gilligan for writing what Cranston called the role of his career.

Cranston faced formidable competition in the Male Actor category: Also nominated were Boardwalk Empire‘s Steve Buscemi, The Newsroom‘s Jeff Daniels, Homeland‘s Damien Lewis and Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm.

Click here to read an interview with Bryan Cranston for Season 5.

For more info on the SAG Awards, go to the official website.

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