The 2005 Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominees Announced

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Nominations for the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® for outstanding performances in 2004 in five film and eight primetime television categories were announced this morning in Los Angeles at the Pacific Design Center’s SilverScreen Theater.

Screen Actors Guild President Melissa Gilbert introduced Rosario Dawson and James Denton, who announced the nominees for this year’s Actors®.

We have included the complete list of nominees below:

THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
Don Cheadle / Hotel Rwanda – Paul Rusesabagina
Johnny Depp / Finding Neverland – Sir James Matthew Barrie
Leonardo DiCaprio / The Aviator – Howard Hughes
Jamie Foxx / RayRay – Charles
Paul Giamatti / Sideways – Miles

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
Annette Bening / Being Julia – Julia Lambert
Catalina Sandino Moreno / Maria Full of Grace – Maria
Imelda Staunton / Vera Drake – Vera
Hilary Swank / Million Dollary Baby – Maggie
Kate Winslet / Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – Clementine Kruczynski

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
Thomas Haden Church / Sideways – Jack
Jamie Foxx / Collateral – Max
Morgan Freeman / Million Dollary Baby – Scrap
James Garner / The Notebook – Duke
Freddie Highmore / Finding Neverland – Peter Llewelyn Davies

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Cate Blanchett / The Aviator – Katharine Hepburn
Cloris Leachman / Spanglish – Evelyn
Laura Linney / Kinsey – Clara McMillen
Virginia Madsen / Sideways – Maya
Sophie Okonedo / Hotel Rwanda – Tatiana Rusesabagina

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
The Aviator
Alan Alda – Senator Ralph Owen Brewster
Alec Baldwin – Julian Trippe
Kate Beckinsale – Ava Gardner
Cate Blanchett – Katharine Hepburn
Leonardo DiCaprio – Howard Hughes
Ian Holm – Professor Fitz
Danny Huston – Jack Frye
Jude Law – Errol Flynn
John C. Reilly – Noah Dietrich
Gwen Stefani – Jean Harlow

Finding Neverland
Julie Christie – Mrs. Emma Du Maurier
Johnny Depp – Sir James Matthew Barrie
Freddie Highmore – Peter Llewelyn Davies
Dustin Hoffman – Charles Frohman
Radha Mitchell – Mary Ansell Barrie
Joe Prospero – Jack Llewelyn Davies
Nick Roud – George Llewelyn Davies
Luke Spill – Michael Llewelyn Davies
Kate Winslet – Sylvia Llewelyn Davies

Hotel Rwanda
Don Cheadle – Paul Rusesabagina
Nick Nolte – Colonel Oliver
Sophie Okonedo – Tatiana Rusesabagina
Joaquin Phoenix – Jack Daglish

Million Dollary Baby
Clint Eastwood – Frankie
Morgan Freeman – Scrap
Hilary Swank – Maggie

Ray
Aunjanue Ellis – Mary Ann Fisher
Jamie Foxx – Ray Charles
Terrence Dashon Howard – Gossie McGee
Regina King – Margie Hendricks
Harry Lennix – Joe Adams
Clifton Powell – Jeff Brown
Larenz Tate – Quincy Jones
Kerry Washington – Della Bea Robinson

Sideways
Thomas Haden Church – Jack
Paul Giamatti – Miles
Virginia Madsen – Maya
Sandra Oh – Stephanie

PRIMETIME TELEVISION

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Jamie Foxx / REDEMPTION – Stanley ‘Tookie’ Williams F/X
William H. Macy / THE WOOL CAP – Gigot TNT
Barry Pepper / 3: THE DALE EARNHARDT STORY – Dale Earnhardt ESPN
Geoffrey Rush / THE LIFE AND DEATH OF PETER SELLERS – Peter Sellers HBO
Jon Voight / MITCH ALBOM’S THE FIVE PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HEAVEN – Eddie ABC

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Glenn Close / THE LION IN WINTER – Eleanor Of Aquitaine Showtime
Patricia Heaton / NEIL SIMON’S THE GOODBYE GIRL – Paula McFadden TNT
Keke Palmer / THE WOOL CAP – Lou TNT
Hilary Swank / IRON JAWED ANGELS – Alice Paul HBO
Charlize Theron / THE LIFE AND DEATH OF PETER SELLERS – Britt Ekland HBO

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
Hank Azaria / HUFF – Dr. Craig “Huff” Huffstodt Showtime
James Gandolfini / THE SOPRANOS -Tony Soprano HBO
Anthony LaPaglia / WITHOUT A TRACE – Jack Malone CBS
Jerry Orbach / LAW & ORDER – Detective Lennie Briscoe NBC
Kiefer Sutherland / 24 – Jack Bauer FOX

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Drea De Matteo / THE SOPRANOS – Adriana La Cerva HBO
Edie Falco / THE SOPRANOS – Carmela Soprano HBO
Jennifer Garner / ALIAS – Sydney Bristow ABC
Allison Janney / THE WEST WING – C.J. Cregg NBC
Christine Lahti / JACK & BOBBY – Grace McCallister The WB

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Jason Bateman / ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT – Michael Bluth FOX
Sean Hayes / WILL & GRACE – Jack McFarland NBC
Ray Romano / EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND – Raymond Barone CBS
Tony Shalhoub / MONK – Adrian Monk USA
Charlie Sheen / TWO AND A HALF MEN – Charlie Harper CBS

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Teri Hatcher / DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES – Susan Mayer ABC
Patricia Heaton / EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND – Debra Barone CBS
Megan Mullally / WILL & GRACE – Karen Walker NBC
Sarah Jessica Parker / SEX AND THE CITY – Carrie Bradshaw HBO
Doris Roberts / EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND – Marie Barone CBS

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

24 – FOX
Reiko Aylesworth – Michelle Dessler
Carlos Bernard – Tony Almeida
Elisha Cuthbert – Kimberly Bauer
James Badge Dale – Chase Edmunds
Joaquim De Almeida – Roman Salazar
Dennis Haysbert – David Palmer
Mary Lynn Rajskub – Chloe O’Brien
Paul Schulze – Ryan Chappelle
Kiefer Sutherland – Jack Bauer

CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION – CBS
Gary Dourdan – Warrick Brown
George Eads – Nick Stokes
Jorja Fox – Sara Sidle
Paul Guilfoyle – Jim Brass
Robert David Hall – Dr. Robbins
Marg Helgenberger – Catherine Willows
William Petersen – Gil Grissom
Eric Szmanda – Greg Sanders

SIX FEET UNDER – HBO
Lauren Ambrose – Claire Fisher
Frances Conroy – Ruth Fisher
James Cromwell – George Sibley
Idalis de Leon – Sophia
Peter Facinelli – Jimmy
Ben Foster – Russell Corwin
Sprague Grayden – Anita
Rachel Griffiths – Brenda Chenowith
Michael C. Hall – David Fisher
Peter Krause – Nate Fisher
Justina Machado – Vanessa Diaz
Freddy Rodriguez – Federico Diaz
Mathew ST Patrick – Keith Charles
Mena Suvari – Edie
Justin Theroux – Joe

THE SOPRANOS – HBO
Lorraine Bracco – Dr. Jennifer Melfi
Steve Buscemi – Tony Blundetto
Dominic Chianese – Corrado “Junior” Soprano
Vincent Curatola – Johnny “Sack” Sacramoni
Drea De Matteo – Adriana La Cerva
Jamie-Lynn Discala – Meadow Soprano
Edie Falco – Carmela Soprano
James Gandolfini – Tony Soprano
Robert Iler – Anthony Soprano, Jr.
Michael Imperioli – Christopher Moltisanti
Steven R. Schirripa – Bobby “Bacala” Baccilieri
Tony Sirico – Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri
Aida Turturro – Janice Soprano
Steven Van Zandt – Silvio Dante
John Ventimiglia Artie Bucco

THE WEST WING – NBC
Stockard Channing – Dr. Abigail Bartlet
Kristin Chenoweth – Annabeth Schott
Dulé Hill – Charlie Young
Allison Janney – C.J. Cregg
Joshua Malina – Will Bailey
Mary McCormack – Kate Harper
Janel Moloney – Donna Moss
Richard Schiff – Toby Ziegler
Martin Sheen – Pres. Josiah Bartlet
John Spencer – Leo McGarry
Lily Tomlin – Debbie Fiderer
Bradley Whitford – Josh Lyman

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT – FOX
Will Arnett – George Oscar Bluth II (Gob)
Jason Bateman – Michael Bluth
Michael Cera – George-Michael Bluth
David Cross – Tobias Fünke
Portia de Rossi – Lindsay Bluth Fünke
Tony Hale – Buster Bluth
Alia Shawkat – Maeby Fünke
Jeffrey Tambor – George Bluth, Sr.
Jessica Walter – Lucille Bluth

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES – ABC
Andrea Bowen – Julie Mayer
Ricardo Antonio – Carlos Solis
Marcia Cross – Bree Van De Kamp
Steven Culp – Rex Van De Kamp
James Denton – Mike Delfino
Teri Hatcher – Susan Mayer
Felicity Huffman – Lynette Scavo
Cody Kasch – Zach Young
Eva Longoria – Gabrielle Solis
Jesse Metcalfe – John the Gardener
Mark Moses – Paul Young
Nicollette Sheridan – Edie Britt
Brenda Strong – Mary Alice Young

EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND – CBS
Peter Boyle – Frank Barone
Brad Garrett – Robert Barone
Patricia Heaton – Debra Barone
Monica Horan – Amy McDougal-Barone
Doris Roberts – Marie Barone
Ray Romano – Raymond Barone
Madylin Sweeten – Ally Barone

SEX AND THE CITY – HBO
Kim Cattrall – Samantha Jones
Kristin Davis – Charlotte York
Cynthia Nixon – Miranda Hobbes
Sarah Jessica Parker – Carrie Bradshaw

WILL & GRACE – NBC
Sean Hayes – Jack McFarland
Eric McCormack – Will Truman
Debra Messing – Grace Adler
Megan Mullally – Karen Walker

Screen Actors Guild Awards 41st Annual Life Achievement Award
James Garner

Jamie Foxx owns this year’s SAG Awards where his four nominations alone prove how far he has come and coming in just behind him is Hilary Swank with three total nominations as both of them cross over from the Motion Picture categories into Primetime Television.

Once again Sideways proves its dominance on the award circuit by pulling in the largest number of nominations with four, closely followed by Finding Neverland, Hotel Rwanda, Million Dollar Baby and The Aviator, all with three. On the Primetime Television side of things “The Sopranos” leads the way with four total noms followed by “Will & Grace” and “Everybody Loves Raymond” with three and a large group with two total nominations.

As for the studios Miramax leads the way with six total Motion Picture noms followed closely by Fox Searchlight, while on the Primetime side HBO continues its yearly dominance as it pulled in a total of 10 noms with CBS and NBC following with seven and six noms respectively.

Screen Actors Guild will honor its own at its 11th Annual Awards ceremonies on Saturday, February 5, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center, televised nationally on Turner Network Television (TNT) at 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT, and 6 p.m. MT.

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