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The 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards

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The 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards

This year, the SAG awards were in person and sporting a list of covid precautions as long as the list of awards. Will Smith's "CODA," a drama about a deaf family, took top honors in an unexpected win, with "Squid Game" and "Ted Lasso" also winning big.

It's a small world, after all. Several vital moments highlighted the value these writers and actors provide beyond entertainment.

  • Squid Game is the first non-English language show to be nominated and won multiple awards.
  • CODA stars the only deaf Oscar winner and tells a story of "Children of deaf adults" with humor and care.
  • Star of "Succession" Brian Cox used his time to urge people to remember Ukraine's president was a comic. It is time for artists of all kinds to make a shift in the world.

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