SAG Awards 2017: Backstage interviews with the film and TV winners

Gold Derby was backstage in the Shrine Auditorium press room Sunday evening where SAG Awards 2017 winners were taking questions from the media from around the world. These behind-the-scenes videos from TNT feature the film and TV champions as they took the stage to celebrate their victories. Click on any name below to watch each interview.

SAG Awards 2017: Complete list of winners

Bryan Cranston, winner of Best TV Movie/Limited Series Actor for “All the Way”

Viola Davis, winner of Best Film Supporting Actress for “Fences”

Claire Foy and John Lithgow, winners of Best TV Drama Actress and Actor for “The Crown”

“Hidden Figures” cast, winner of Best Film Ensemble

William H. Macy, winner of Best TV Comedy Actor for “Shameless”

“Orange is the New Black” cast, winner of Best TV Comedy Ensemble. Two more groups backstage here and here

Sarah Paulson, winner of Best TV Movie/Limited Series Actress for “The People v. O.J. Simpson”

Emma Stone, winner of Best Film Actress for “La La Land”

“Stranger Things” cast, winner of Best TV Drama Series. One more backstage group here

Lily Tomlin, recipient of the Life Achievement Award

Denzel Washington, winner of Best Film Actor for “Fences”

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Presenters at the SAG Awards in film categories on Sunday were Jonah Hill, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, John Krasinski, and Brie Larson. Television category presenters were Riz Ahmed, Millie Bobby Brown, Sophia Bush, Common, Michelle Dockery, Salma Hayek, Rashida Jones, Ashton Kutcher, John Legend, James Marsden, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Gina Rodriguez, Alia Shawkat, Finn Wolfhard, and Steven Yeun. The life achievement award was presented to Lily Tomlin by Dolly Parton.

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