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Grownup Stars Shine at the 2013 SAG Awards

Daniel Day-Lewis and Julianne Moore are just two of the Screen Actors Guild winners

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    Julianne Moore

    The McCain-Palin ticket lost the 2008 presidential race, but Julianne Moore, 50, keeps winning for her portrayal of Sarah Palin in the HBO movie Game Change. The SAG award is her third, having won an Emmy and Golden Globe as well.

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    Daniel Day-Lewis

    He's already won a Golden Globe for playing Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln. At the SAG Awards, Daniel Day-Lewis, 55, landed another best actor award, perhaps improving his already high odds of winning an Oscar in February.

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    The Cast of 'Argo'

    Led by Ben Affleck, 40, the film's star/director (second from right), the cast of Argo took home the movie ensemble award, which may make the drama about Americans hiding in the Canadian Embassy during the Iran hostage crisis a contender for Oscar’s best picture.

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    Dick Van Dyke + Arlene Silver

    A star of the big screen, small screen and stage too, Dick Van Dyke, 87, with his wife, make-up artist Arlene Silver, 41, was given the Screen Actors Guild lifetime achievement award.

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    Alfre Woodard

    Nominated for portraying Ouiser Boudreaux in Lifetime’s version of Steel Magnolias, Alfre Woodard, 60, stands out in a lime green Vivienne Westwood.

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    Phyllis Logan + Alfred Molina

    Downton Abbey's Phyllis Logan, 57, was shocked when the popular British series won for best ensemble. “Shut the French door!” she said as presenter Alfred Molina, 59, handed over the statue. Cast members soon joined her on stage.

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    Alec Baldwin + Hilaria Thomas

    Alec Baldwin, 54, walked the red carpet with wife Hilaria Thomas, 28, whom he called his “prize in life” as he accepted his latest career prize, best actor in a TV comedy, for 30 Rock.

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    Tina Fey

    Upon winning best actress in a comedy for 30 Rock, the series she created, Tina Fey, 42, used her acceptance speech to tout the comedy's Jan. 31 finale, telling people to watch her show and tape The Big Bang Theory, which airs at the same time.

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    Jessica Lange

    Last year, Jessica Lange, 63, won both Golden Globe and SAG best actress honors for FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum. She was nominated again this year for the same role and awards but didn't win.

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    Anne Hathaway + Hugh Jackman

    Hugh Jackman, 44, nominated as best actor for Les Misérables, received admiration from his winning costar Anne Hathaway, 30, as they walked the red carpet before the show.

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    Sally Field

    Nominated for her performance as Mary Todd Lincoln, Sally Field, 66, had fun with Lincoln costar Daniel Day-Lewis. As they introduced the movie, they traded reading glasses like any old married couple.

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    Nicole Kidman

    A double nominee for both TV and movie performances (Hemingway & Gellhorn and The Paperboy, respectively), Nicole Kidman, 45, opened the show but took home no awards.

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    Bryan Cranston + Robin Dearden

    Bryan Cranston, 56, with his wife, actress Robin Dearden, 49, shouted "It’s good to be bad!" when he won best actor in a television drama for AMC’s Breaking Bad. (He also received a SAG award for being part of Argo's winning cast.) 

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    Julianna Margulies

    Nominated for her starring role in CBS’s The Good Wife, Julianna Margulies, 46, was stunning in a Chado Ralph Rucci gown.

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    Jon Hamm + Jennifer Westfeldt

    Don Draper had a new do! Jon Hamm, 41, who plays the 60s ad man on AMC’s Mad Men, attended with longtime love Jennifer Westfeldt, 42.

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    John Slattery

    Mad Men boss John Slattery, 50, was nominated as part of the show’s cast, and made a sartorially smart entrance on the red carpet

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    Helen Hunt

    Shimmering in a platinum Romona Keveza gown, Helen Hunt, who turns 50 in June, was nominated as a lead actress for The Sessions.

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    Viola Davis

    The Help's Viola Davis, 47, no stranger to the red carpet herself (she's a two-time Tony winner), wore aqua Monique Lhullier for her presenter duties at the 2013 SAG Awards.  

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