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Best: Bryan Cranston finally wins...twice
He's won three Primetime Emmy Awards, but before tonight Bryan Cranston had never been recognized by his peers for his critically acclaimed work on "Breaking Bad." Moreover, SAG had been very late to the party on Cranston. He'd already won two of those Emmys before he even received his first SAG nod for "Bad" in 2010. This year, Cranston surprised beating prohibitive favorites Damian Lewis ("Homeland"), Jon Hamm ("Mad Men") or two-time winner Steve Buscemi ("Boardwalk Empire"). When "Breaking Bad" lost the TV drama series ensemble honor to "Downton Abbey" Cranston probably assumed his night was over. Instead, "Argo" stunned in the best film ensemble category and Cranston now has two SAG awards to put on his increasingly crowded mantle. Not a bad night for the Hollywood veteran.