‘Mare of Easttown’: Rare SAG Awards sweep with wins for Kate Winslet and Evan Peters?

‘Mare of Easttown’: Rare SAG Awards sweep with wins for Kate Winslet and Evan Peters?
Mare of Easttown” had a good night(Mare) at the Emmys, winning three acting prizes for Kate Winslet, Julianne Nicholson and Evan Peters. And while the HBO hit can’t pull another hat trick at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, it can be the rare show to sweep the limited series/TV movie actress and actor categories.

In the 27-year history of the SAG Awards, just five shows have won both categories. “Angels in America” first achieved it in 2004 with Meryl Streep and Al Pacino. In 2007, “Elizabeth I” duo Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons triumphed. Two years after that, Laura Linney and Paul Giamatti won for “John Adams.” After a nine-year drought, “Big Little Lies” went 2 for 2 with Nicole Kidman and Alexander “The Tall Dude from ‘True Blood'” Skarsgard in 2018. The most recent victorious pair was Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell for “Fosse/Verdon” in 2020, with the latter winning in an upset.
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